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    August 11, 2014
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    “Who run the world? Kat.” - Beyoncé Knowles 

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    July 28, 2014
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    STAND Statement on the Israel/Gaza Conflict

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    July 24, 2014
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    This post was written by Francesca Freeman, STAND's new Midwest Regional Organizer for the 2014-2015 school year. Francesca is a rising senior at the University of Chicago.

    When asked what freedom meant to him, Ayoub Gamaradine Abakar, a Darfurian refugee living in a refugee camp in Chad, replied that “freedom means to me there can be peace in the country, security fully, stability between people and equality in different places.”

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    This post was written by Jake Ramirez, STAND's Communication Coordinator. Jake is a rising junior at the University of Arizona. 

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    July 17, 2014
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    This post was written by STAND's Policy Coordinator, Roberta Barnett. Roberta is a junior at Columbia University. 

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    July 17, 2014
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    This post was written by STAND's Policy Intern Rosie Berman. Rosie is a junior at Clark University where she studies Political Science and Holocaust and Genocide Studies. 

    Burma

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    July 15, 2014
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    This post was written by Luke Kubacki, STAND's Campaigns Coordinator. Luke is a rising junior at Ohio University.

    If there is one central idea that sums up my college experience so far, it would be this: everything is more complicated than I first thought.

    Some examples.

    “So I need to take 12 more classes from political science, African area studies, and anthropology to graduate.” Pause. “It’s more complicated than that.”

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    July 09, 2014
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    This post was written by STAND's Policy Intern Rosie Berman. Rosie is a junior at Clark University where she studies Political Science and Holocaust and Genocide Studies. 

    Burma

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    July 08, 2014
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    This post was written by STAND's Policy Intern Rosie Berman. Rosie is a rising junior at Clark University where she studies Political Science and Holocaust and Genocide Studies. These views do not necessarily represent the views of STAND.

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    July 02, 2014
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    This post was written by STAND's Policy Intern Rosie Berman. Rosie is a rising junior at Clark University where she studies Political Science and Holocaust and Genocide Studies. 

    Burma

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