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Bio I Rise Inspires are teachers who design unique diaries and journals📓to inspire and motivate. Buy all our products direct from the website ❤️💛💚

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image by I Rise Inspires (@iriseinspires) with caption : "Everything is for a reason. It all leads to the greater good though it can be tough to see that during those rough times" - 1824078910657630726
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Everything is for a reason. It all leads to the greater good though it can be tough to see that during those rough times. ❤️💛💚 #❤️💛💚

image by I Rise Inspires (@iriseinspires) with caption : "For REAL. When you’re trying to live good but those that fraternise with the darkness keep trying to infiltrate your lig" - 1819066008875601487
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For REAL. When you’re trying to live good but those that fraternise with the darkness keep trying to infiltrate your light....... Repost @fewarechosen 💎

image by I Rise Inspires (@iriseinspires) with caption : "Parents, family members, teachers, neighbours... our children are TOO important. Stay with them through the rough and ge" - 1818994601932332020
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Parents, family members, teachers, neighbours... our children are TOO important. Stay with them through the rough and get them to the smooth. I have too many testimonies to prove this true. Thank you @nataliecdtomlinson @nataliecdtomlinson with @get_repost ・・・

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Quamari’s One Love Memorial Festival Sunday 22 July 2018 Time: 12-7pm Roundwood Park Annex Harlesden NW10 ❤️💛💚 ❤️ #❤️💛💚

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Oi oiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! Morning! Vibes! ❤️💛💚 @proudjamaicans with @get_repost ・・・ When dancehall clash was nothing but art ,Fun and vibes. 🇯🇲✊✊🇯🇲🇯🇲 Icons Big up @grunggaadzilla @kingbeenieman

image by I Rise Inspires (@iriseinspires) with caption : "The wickedness of some people will never fail to shock me. Every time I am reminded of this story I 😢 for those children" - 1813002874696084536
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The wickedness of some people will never fail to shock me. Every time I am reminded of this story I 😢 for those children @uncolonial_history with @get_repost ・・・ Daisy Kadibil, an Aboriginal Australian, was about 8 years old and living in the vast, sparsely populated Outback in the early 1930s when her country’s government forcibly separated her from her parents and sent her to a resettlement camp hundreds of miles away. . Her removal had been ordered under an Australian assimilation policy that sought to absorb Aboriginal people into the country’s white society by taking children from their families and indoctrinating them in the ways of that dominant culture (that of European colonizers). . Daisy was taken from her home in Jigalong, an Indigenous community in the Pilbara region in northwestern Australia, where she had grown up. A sister, Molly, and a cousin, Gracie, were also seized, and all three girls were sent to an Indigenous settlement near the Moore River, just north of Perth, the nearest city, about 800 miles to the south. . There, longing for their homelands, they sought to escape. In 1931 they succeeded, embarking on foot on a treacherous nine-week trek north across rough terrain and using as their guide a barbed-wire fence that had been built to keep rabbits away from pastureland — an astonishing feat that inspired a book and the acclaimed 2002 Australian movie “Rabbit-Proof Fence.” . Ms. Kadibil, the last remaining of the three, died on March 30 in South Hedland, Western Australia. She was 95. Her death, which was not widely publicized at the time, was confirmed by a grandson, Darryl Jones, who said she had dementia. . The girls were among thousands of Aboriginal Australian children forcibly removed from their families and transported to settlement camps hundreds of miles away. Once in the camps, they were taught the customs of white Australian society, and were forbidden to speak their native language. . The assimilation policy started in the early 1900s and lasted into the early ’70s. “Daisy’s remarkable story is an indelible part of the history of the Shire of East Pilbara,” said Lynne Craigie, president of the shire.

image by I Rise Inspires (@iriseinspires) with caption : "@akalamusic we are so proud of you. We are also grateful for you and your unrelenting support for our community. You not" - 1808663720474487061
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@akalamusic we are so proud of you. We are also grateful for you and your unrelenting support for our community. You not only stand up but you speak our truth. Blessings to you from @iriseinspires this is a well deserved accolade. You prove that you don’t have to go to university to be a real academic. Well done king 👑 @theblackmagicnetwork with @get_repost ・・・ Congratulations to @akalamusic who is now officially ‘Dr Akala’ now as He received an honorary ‘Dr Of The Arts’ from Oxford Brooke's University yesterday.

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Mood! This is EVERYTHING! ❤️💛💚 @iamtanishathomas with ・・・ Woke up feeling like THIS!! 💃🏾♥️ GET IT Girls!! @prettybigmovement #❤️💛💛

image by I Rise Inspires (@iriseinspires) with caption : "Trust me... be more confident in your abilities. Don’t second guess yourself. It took me a long time to recognise this. " - 1808346579065938802
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Trust me... be more confident in your abilities. Don’t second guess yourself. It took me a long time to recognise this. But I did ❤️💛💚 Repost @bossbabe.inc #❤️💛💚

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Top 13 reasons for self harm amongst young people: Number 13- ends with access to info on mental health Our children are struggling in schools in a system which does not differentiate. One expectation for all...Hence increasing rates of mental health issues arising in young children.