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From Diplomat Artist Buzz
At a time in history of enormous challenges – man-made, environmental, & beyond our control — sacrifice for the common good calls for dedication to the cause of peace & shared goals with humanity. – MORE – including Youngblood’s 1967 hit “Get Together”
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From Diplomat Artist Buzz & Susan Sacirbey
So, where have we come in a year and a half to reject taboos, end discrimination, and further education providing adequate heath care for albinos who may suffer vision problems and susceptibility to infection including sunburn and skin cancers? Sadly we fail. — Read MORE —
 
By, Susan Sacirbey via Diplomat Artist Buzz
Sustainability and our future await. UNSG Ban Ki-moon underscored that the “Summit is not an end point, but a turning point.” (–Read MORE –)
By Susan Sacirbey via DiplomatArtist.com
To shape a different global future in a world facing unprecedented humanitarian challenges — (130 million people in desperate need to survive) — relief activists and celebrities joined UNSG, Ban Ki-moon and the President of Turkey for this seminal two-day summit. — Read MORE —
 
From Diplomat Artist Buzz: This week, the UN released stamps promoting the rights of the LGBT community globally, at a time when members of such community are persecuted, prosecuted or even executed in more than a mere minority of states. — MORE —
 
By, Susan Sacirbey via Diplomat Artist Buzz
The year of his birth was 1884, and at less than one year of age, John James Mates, my grandfather of Irish-Catholic heritage, sailed to America and into the Pennsylvania coal region.– What does this mean for 2015? — More —

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Elections in Myanmar, (Burma) are scheduled for 8 November, 2015. But will they reflect true democratic reforms, or will results be a continued mirror of injustice, hatred, and discrimination against the Muslim Rohingya minority and the Christian Kachin minority?
Read MORE in our previous blogs on the subject. –
http://diplomatartist.com/will-myanmar-elections-on-8-november-reflect-continued-hate/