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Equality or Affirmative Action?
I think that ‘equality’ should start with the marginalized accepting that they are indeed ‘unequal’ and pursue inclusion as opposed to equality. 

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The human brain is easily tricked by repetitive exposure, a lie told too many times begins to look like truth, an advert seen too often eventually hits home, and a behavior seen often in popular music videos and television dramas eventually becomes tolerable, and finally acceptable.

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Here are my Top 4 Kenyan Fashion Bloggers

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The Vatican: from an Infantile Democracy, Yes! The Vatican has a democratic History, but 'Rome was not built in a day"

The Catholic Church does not pretend to be a debating society; the Pope does not count votes on matters of doctrine and faith. The bottom line remains essentially the same for the largest Christian Denomination: according to canon law, final decision-making authority still rests exclusively with the pastor on the parish level, exclusively with the bishop on the diocesan level, and exclusively with the pope and his administrative bureaucracy on the international level. In effect, the Catholic Church is in political form, closer to a hierocracy (a holy caste) than to a democracy (the entire holy people of God)
Contemporary Catholicism probably witnessed its biggest challenge to this order during Pope Paul VI reign occasioned mainly by Vatican's response to increasing public pressure over the church's stand on birth control. 'Dignitatis humanae' - "Declaration of Religious Freedom," in 1965 by Vatican Council II was the Catholic's church reaction to increasing public concern over Catholic laity not having regular participation in the decisions of the church. Interestingly however, the document articulated and defended the rights of people as citizens of the state and participants in civil society. As regards the church's own governance of itself, Vatican II renewed the ancient proclamation that the church is the whole "People of God"-laity as well as clergy, bishops as well as the pope-and issued decrees (in the Revised Code of Canon Law, which was published in 1983) leading to the establishment of consultative bodies, such as parish councils and diocesan synods.
In case there was any doubt that Vatican II did not significantly check the momentum of ultramontanism in the modern church, Pope Paul VI dispelled it in 1968 when he rejected the majority report of a commission of bishops, theologians, and laity he had established for the purpose of reviewing the teaching on birth control. When the commission recommended that the church relax the ban on artificial birth control, Paul VI disbanded the commission, considered their recommendations, and then did just the opposite. His subsequent encyclical, Humanae vitae, reinforced the ban, with the pope claiming that he could not allow the commission to reverse the tradition of the church.

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I finally made the blog after a series of technical issues.
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