Gusi Peace Prize

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  • A Short Story : The Story Of Gu Xiaobai

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    “Gu Xiaobai, get over here!” In the sky, it can be seen that a man is being chased by another man with a katana. “Damn it damn it damn it! Zhu Rong, if I knew you were going to betray me, I would have let Hu San destroy your soul that day!” Lin Fan said with an enraged tone. Gu Xiaobai was a cultivation master that lived for more than 10,000 years. He was the Supreme Master of the 9 Dragon Continent. He also had a best friend named Zhu Rong, a person that Lin Fan saved almost 9000 years

  • Malala Yousafzai on Education

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    basic right for every person. Malala, born July twelfth, nineteen ninety-seven is an activist for girls education. She was shot at just fifteen years old as a result of her life as an activist. Malala was nominated for the twenty-thirteen Nobel Peace Prize, but she did not win it. Many people have mixed feelings about the outcome of her nomination for the prestigious award. Malala believes that education is the basic right of boys and girls, men and women everywhere. The controversy which surrounds

  • Clara Barton and the American Red Cross

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    Clara Barton and the American Red Cross Clara Barton was born on December 25, 1821 in Oxford, Massachusetts. Clara was the youngest of five children in a middle class family. She was educated at home until the age of fifteen, when Clara began teaching school herself. Though Clara Barton is probably most known for establishing the Red Cross, she only had two years of medical experience before the war. Clara gained this experience by taking care of her invalid (a person made weak by injury

  • The Rigoberta Menchu Controversy

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    autobiography, but that is not what it is meant to be. Menchú wrote the book as a testimony of her people's lives to be a voice for her people and show the world what is going on. There was a lot of controversy about whether Rigoberta deserved the Nobel Peace Prize, and if this book should be taught to students. There are allegations that she fabricated a lot of the story. People say that the book is not an accurate portrayal of her life. Considering that Menchú said, "I'd like to stress that it's not only

  • Alfred Nobel And The Nobel Peace Prize

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    When the word “peace” comes to mind, one usually thinks about tranquility or absent from violence but when learning about Alfred Nobel, one learns that the products he invented were far from “peaceful” in some eyes. The Nobel Peace Prize was created because Nobel left in his will that his fortune was to be given as awards in the areas of: peace, chemistry, physiology, and literature. Alfred Nobel himself started with nothing and ended with a large fortune, and as for The Nobel Peace Prize, it has evolved

  • The Birth Of Agnes Born

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    she believed that “the greatest destroyer of peace today is abortion.” (Blaisdell 209) Mother Teresa was a woman who loved and cared deeply for the ones in need who had forgotten what it was to love and care for them. She spent most of her life helping the poor in both spirit and money. Because of her contributions to the world, Mother Teresa has been awarded with several awards including the well-known Nobel Peace Prize in 1971. The Nobel Peace Prize dates back to the death of Alfred Nobel who’s

  • Analysis Of. Eliot 's ' The Four Quartets ' And `` The Waste Land ``

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    (Journey of Magi). These hardships lead Eliot into a condition of breakdown, which was filled by his wife Vivien 's ailment. "For his lifetime of poetic innovation, Eliot won the Order of Merit and the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1948." ( Editors) T.S. Eliot was awarded with Nobel Prize in Literature for his outstanding contribution to present day poetry. III. Literary Movement T.S. Eliot is one of the most well known poets of the Antebellum Period, for his contributions and impact in the

  • A Brief Note On Malala Yousafzai And Religious Fanaticism And Oppression

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    History has taught us that strong men rise against religious fanaticism and oppression, however we rarely hear about women leading the charge for their beliefs and identities. However, when we heard the news of an incredibly young voice thundering across the world crying out for attention for her right to an education, a new chapter in history was made. Amazingly, this is from a region known for religious fanaticism, persecutions and ostracizing for mundane women’s rights. She spoke out for her right

  • Malala Yousafzai Is Not An Average Teenager

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    Essay on I Am Malala As part of the Noble Committee, it has come to my understanding that the time has come to award the winner(s) of the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize. There have been many people who have earned the prize from brave activist, Martin Luther King Jr., to faithful, hard-working Mother Teresa. In order to be awarded with this prize, our committee believes that the candidate has to make the world a better place while exhibiting the traits of wisdom, experience, and ambition. This year,

  • Malal We Must Tell Girls Their Voices

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    Malala: “We must tell girls their voices are important.” This quote was spoken by a seventeen year old girl named Malala Yousafzai. Malala was born on July 12, 1997 in Mingora, the largest city in the Swat Valley in Pakistan. When Malala was ten, the Taliban began to take control over the Swat Valley. The girls were banned from going to school and most cultural activities were prohibited. Suicide attacks happened all over the city and the Taliban used proper education for girls, the main focus