speakout


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speakout

(ˈspiːkˌaʊt)
n
a firm or brave statement of one's beliefs
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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.
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.
Reflecting on the years spent at the NSW Immigrant Women's Speakout Association in the nineties, the traditional gestures of activism underlined our collective community-based work towards political and social change.
King also energized hundreds attending the SpeakOut Illinois Conference January 31 in Lombard, Illinois.
And he admits to two regrets: one that he didn't speakout in the 1984-85 miners' strike over the lack of a strike ballot, and the second that a decision to keep tax-and-spend plans quiet until the 1992 election campaign started backfired.
This is why it is so important for us--the entire small-business community--to speakout in favor of common-sense in lawmaking--not just on tax issues, but all issues that impact us as small-business owners.
Culminating our peace and gender workshops was "Women Speak Out: Peace in 2007," commonly known as "the speakout.
These included organising a speakout on HIV/AIDS exploitation on World AIDS Day (1 December) in 2000 and developing actions around sex worker harassment in St Kilda in conjunction with sex worker organisations.