speakout


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speakout

(ˈspiːkˌaʊt)
n
a firm or brave statement of one's beliefs
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The WhatsApp group is called Speakout and is operational.
"Personnel also have access to the Army confidential helpline, SpeakOut, and the Samaritans helpline "All personnel receive annual diversity and inclusivity training and are taught what constitutes unacceptable behaviour and how to report it.
She started her business in early 2015 as a charity initiative done under Weddings Speakout group on Facebook.
Established under Engro's SpeakOut, the company expects that through the system employees, suppliers and contractors will abide by Engro's standards of business conduct and speak out about any concerns that they may have regarding business ethics, safety, environmental performance, harassment and other employment-related matters.
But I would like them to speakout if they truly have feelings about something, which I think they do, and they can't do it, and that's too bad.
Sequence Board Game, Word War, Scrabble, Speakout game with mouthpiece challenge
I was thinking about John Richmond's email (Speakout, May/June 2017) and his calling the killing of animals immoral.
But, according to an insider, Randy thought it was necessary to speakout about their separation for the sake of his sister.
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon Speakout - 6 p.m.
Common Dreams: 9/10/2014) is associated with War Times and is a long-time activist in international solidarity, peace, racial justice and labor movements and works at SpeakOut, offers logical reasoning against the US involvement:
The powerful surprise makes Na'em speakout loud in Na'emian, calling the name of Mr.
Hotel Elefant, a New York-based ensemble, will perform several compositions by Iranian composer Sahba Aminikia in its September concert "speakOUT" in New York.