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The Misconception About Feminism
By, Montclair Student Diplomat Brianna Deleon via Huffington Post
Feminism is a movement to establish equal economical, social, political rights for women. Feminism is for men & women. Feminists fight to close the wage gap. Feminists want women to feel safe against harassment & domestic violence. Feminism is not a dirty word. We need feminism. – Read MORE —
By, Montclair Student Diplomat, Jennifer Posada via Huffington Post
Ultimately, celebrities have the power to open up a conversation & spread the word through social media platforms. This allows for young people to be more involved in such a monumental event like the presidential election. –Read MORE–
By, Meghan Carney, Montclair Student Diplomat, as published in Huffington Post
Wars are fought for many reasons, some clearly defined, others more obscure. Death is inevitable in combat, but the deaths of innocent bystanders shouldn’t be; unfortunately, it’s the reality of violent warfare. –More —
 
From Diplomat Artist Buzz: Having survived captivity & sexual violence, they must not be met with further stigmatization but nurtured & healed by their families, communities, & world at large. — Read More —
From Diplomat Artist Buzz: Fond memories of a mid-1960’s TV and Oscar movie icon as well as champion of mental health. R.I.P. — More —
From Diplomat Artist: Brianna Deleon, Montclair Student Diplomat, addresses actor & feminist Emma Watson, a UN Goodwill Ambassador, & her fight towards equality with her organic Twitter campaign ‪#‎HeForShe‬ to promote equal rights & gender equality. — Read MORE —
 
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
Social network Facebook has evolved into large groups where people from diverse demographics & geography come together as online communities, global town halls. Some of these communities could be gatherings of sports fans, music’s big & rising artists, human rights & animal rights activists. — MORE —

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From Diplomat Artist Buzz: To what extent though, could also the risk be coming from too much regulation and implicit efforts to control/censor substance as well as manage efficiency? –MORE–
http://diplomatartist.com/does-globe-need-more-radiocommunication-regulations/

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By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
An early leader in employing social media, the United Nations heralded January 30, 2015 as Social Media Day. The event was probably of many to come where digital-diplomacy is addressed in practice & theory.
http://diplomatartist.com/un-holds-first-ever-social-media…/

If you’re reading this, you’re using one of the many social networking sites available. Join in the discussion with author Tsahai General, ‪#‎StudentDiplomat‬ at Montclair State University, & see her personal sample study of the dominance of this communication tool and how it impacts your life everyday. Susan Sacirbey

http://diplomatartist.com/technological-dependency/2-550x300