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Saving The World, One Life At A Time

Social media may have changed the world, but it’s also made campaigning to make at least one life better a genuine reality, writes Shira Sebban. I recently started an online crowd fund to help the families of two Vietnamese citizens, sentenced to jail for trying to seek asylum in Australia. Between them, they have five [...] The post Saving The World, One Life At A Time appeared first on New Matilda.
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