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It’s Your Future
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It’s Your Future

When I was 18, politics seemed boring. I didn’t go and vote, I didn’t pay attention. I didn’t really care at what age people got their pension, That seemed ages away I was just starting out. I really had no

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FIGHT KYA HAI – MEDIA/POLITICIANS VERSION | PSEUD-SAYER | HINDI RAP | हिंदी रैप
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FIGHT KYA HAI – MEDIA/POLITICIANS VERSION | PSEUD-SAYER | HINDI RAP | हिंदी रैप

What’s the problem? What’s the problem, brother? Who cares? You need to find your own way Everyone is talking about fake news nowadays, but let’s talk about the real ones The ones who sell truth for money The ones who

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Spoken World | Democracy
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Spoken World | Democracy

Democracy is a process. That you see Transparency Accountability Advocacy Legitamacy Elections, free and fair To cast a ballot to care about the issues that move you Let me give you a few Education Safety Inclusion Peace Jobs Without confusion

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“PRESIDENTIAL POETRY SLAM” — A Bad Lip Reading of the Second Presidential Debate
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“PRESIDENTIAL POETRY SLAM” — A Bad Lip Reading of the Second Presidential Debate

*** You can turn these captions off and on using the CC button below We return now to the Presidential Poetry Slam and Q&A This is “Bird’s Eye” There was always parts of birds in our ice cream Such as

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Poetry, Democracy & the Hope of Sounds | Diane Raptosh | TEDxBoise
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Poetry, Democracy & the Hope of Sounds | Diane Raptosh | TEDxBoise

Translator: Janet Paton Reviewer: Tanya Cushman Hello everybody, poetry lovers all of you. I know. It’s so great to be here. So, I’m the granddaughter of Sicilian peasants. My maternal grandfather, Giuseppe Cardinale, would read an English dictionary at night,

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ELIF SHAFAK | TURKEY AND THE LOSS OF DEMOCRACY | 2017
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ELIF SHAFAK | TURKEY AND THE LOSS OF DEMOCRACY | 2017

I come from a land where words feel very heavy. I think every Turkish writer, journalist, novelist, poet, or academic knows that words can get one into trouble. We do know that because of a poem, a novel, a short

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Christopher Courtley – “Acquainted With The Night” by Robert Frost
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Christopher Courtley – “Acquainted With The Night” by Robert Frost

I have been one acquainted with the night. I have walked out in rain – and back in rain. I have outwalked the furthest city light. I have looked down the saddest city lane. I have passed by the watchman

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Maa by Manav Kaul | E 04 | Hindi Poetry | Terribly Tiny Tales | Mother’s Day
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Maa by Manav Kaul | E 04 | Hindi Poetry | Terribly Tiny Tales | Mother’s Day

“I’m moving to Mumbai” I told Maa, one day. Maa made me sit next to her and traced the lines on my palm. “Arey!”, she exclaimed. There was a nip in the air, a comforting sun looked over us. We

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