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Slavery And Racism
On September 30th, 2016, Posted by admin No Comments

“Slavery was not born of racism; rather racism was the consequence of slavery” When Eric Williams said that racism was a consequence and not a predecessor of slavery, he started a debate on these subjects: Racism and Slavery, and their antecedents. There are plenty of evidences offered by proponents of both the sides of the […]

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Gay Tourism
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Several works have defined gay tourism as a type of ‘niche tourism’. Niche markets gained a lot of prominence during the 20th century, as well as in the early 21st century. The move to popularize niche tourism was with a view to differentiate certain areas as distinct from the mass markets. Gays could enter these […]

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Advertising Is Manipulative
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Outline In today’s cut throat competition companies often use aggressive advertising to push their products in the market. My essay will discuss ways and techniques in which advertising is used as a medium to push products thereby making it manipulative in most cases. Introduction With the advent of new products and technology, consumers are becoming […]

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The Causes, Effects, And Solutions Of AIDS In Nigeria
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The Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome otherwise called AIDS is undoubtedly a threatening disease in Nigeria inspite of the fact that some people will believe it is a myth meant to scare people from enjoying themselves. However, medical practitioners have confirmed that AIDS is actually present in Nigeria. There are still controversies about how AIDS developed […]

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Understanding Bullies
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What exactly makes bullies behave the way they do? They beat, fight, curse, insult, ridicule, and embarrass others to make themselves feel superior. I have seen many movies where people no better or worse than I am being bullied. Being very emotional, I can feel the pain of the characters in those movies. I have […]

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Extracurricular Activities: Scaffolds For Inspiration
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“All work and no play make Jack a dull boy,” goes a popular dictum, inculcated into our hearts, minds and wellbeing, from the cradle to the grave. This underscores the potency of the interplay between the ardent realistic practice of academic and extra-academic activities towards a well developed end point. Educational philosophy is very clear […]

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Let Us Protect Elephants
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Poaching can be defined as illegal hunting, killing or capturing of wild animals. Elephants are the most poached animals, elephants poaching involves some humans and their actions which are in the greatest complex chain, that is; – The elephant hunted by poachers for tusks which are taken to the market where buyers can use them […]

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Revisiting the Malaise of Professional Begging: Time to Get John Work
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I was left dumbfounded, when a shabbily dressed, but healthy-looking young man, introduced himself to me as John, and spoke Queen’s English while soliciting alms from me at the entrance gate of Jedeji Market. Professional beggars abound at the entrance gate of Jedeji Market, but John’s presence caught my attention, as his grammatical construction left […]

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