Cherinet Hariffo (born June 2, 2001) is an Ethiopian Children advocate, Human right Advocate, and Youth Ambassador. Born in Ethiopia , Moyale ,Hawassa he was involved in United nation Youth Program and several local Advocacy program from a young age. Having moved to the United States in 2019, Cherinet continued with his Advocacy campaign.
Cherinet first witnessed the effects of a humanitarian crisis while living in a refugee camp in Kenya.In (2014) His town was war-torn , an experience He later credited with having brought Him a greater understanding of the world. Upon his migration to the United. States Cherinet contacted the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) for information on international trouble spots.To learn more about the conditions in these areas, He began visiting United Nations Offices. around the United States.In July 2019, He went on his first field visit, an 3-day visit to The United Nation in New York. He later expressed hi shock at what he had witnessed.
In the following months, Cherinet returned to New York for two weeks and met with Unicef USA where He was involved in Children advocacy To the United States Congress In response to an international UNICEF emergency.
There's a safe way to date right now and yes, it includes masks.
While some people would rather opt out of dating altogether during the pandemic so they don't have to wear a mask on a first date, others are choosing to listen to both guidelines and their heart in order to find love during the time of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Should you be one of the individuals welcoming romance right now, there are pandemic-approved dates you can go on that still adhere to guidelines (and yes, you'll have to wear a mask).
I'm sure we've all heard about or watched the newest Netflix film "Cuties". Shrouded in controversy, the film follows an 11-year old Senegalese girl Amy who is trying to find balance within her culture and her desire to be "just one of the girls". After happening upon another girl in her apartment building dancing suggestively, she discovers the dance group self named The Cuties, a group of popular girls in her school determined to be the winners of a big dance contest. I won't spoil the film, so we can leave the synopsis there.
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The real way to "man up" is to acknowledge the downfalls in unjust societal norms.
In our patriarchal society, men hide from their feelings, but toxic masculinity is literally killing men. They swallow the pain and move on so that they can look, feel, and act "tough."
But, strength is derived from asking for help and voicing your struggle and, trust me, working on your mental health is one hell of a struggle. The real way to "man up" is to acknowledge the downfalls in unjust societal norms. Mental health problems do not mean that a man is weak, they are neurologically-based disorders that require professional treatment.
By Amman Zia
Shirts. Blouses. Jeans. Sweatpants. Handbags. Jewelry. Watches. Shoes. Fashion Industries are known for their bargaining prices with fantastic quality. Fast Fashion, in particular, is defined as clothing manufactured at a high speed, that is eventually sold at low prices. Such examples of fast fashion are H&M, Forever 21, Fashion Nova, etc. Despite the fact that these companies may have good reviews, there is a disturbing truth hidden in most of these corporations. A truth that is a real eye-opener and is appalling.
The younger generation of voters is so crucial to the upcoming election because our vote is going to shape the world that we are about to enter as adults.
When I ask my friends if they are voting this term most of them respond with "no" followed by an explanation of "I don't care enough," "It doesn't affect me," or "I don't keep up with politics," etc. I get it, as a college student I know that there are many other things to be concerned about like school, relationships, work, and friends. I also understand that keeping up with politics can seem like trying to keep up with an over-exaggerated reality show that has way too many seasons. Not to mention most news stations and websites are biased so it's hard to decipher if what you hear is true or fake.
However, despite all of this annoyance, as the next generation of Americans, we have to remember that we owe it to ourselves, our families, and to our futures to care.
As if online classes and this semester are not confusing enough, Ohio State's isolation procedure will give you something else to stress about.
"This is the office of student life at The Ohio State University, I am calling with an urgent message for you, please give us a call back once you receive this message."
I'm Hispanic And Latina But Let's Be Honest — America's Hispanic Holidays Aren't For Hispanics Or Latinos
Because, let's be honest: these holidays aren't meant for Hispanics or Latinos.
"Do you have big parties on Cinco de Mayo?"
Philly rapper Privaledge reveals what it was like to release three EP's within the same year, and gives advice to upcoming rappers about making it in the rap game.
As we mourn Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, let us look back on the most iconic moments of her career that have changed life in America as well as life for women everywhere.
News broke that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has sadly passed away. Here are five of her most iconic quotes that will live on forever!
Once, Bazzi wrote "Conversations With Myself." I think about that twice a year.
If I'm being honest, it's been a little hard for me to write this week. I feel like I know what I want to say but I can't quite articulate it, so I'm just going to make a list of things that have been on my mind this week.