Anne Squared

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Humanity, INTY

Humanity… referring to the “human race” was first recorded in the mid-15th century. Its roots are in both Old French and Latin. Both root languages include mankind/humankind in origin, and collectively include the concepts of kindness, giving, all life on earth, refinement (referring to how one is raised), as well as pity. (Old French, humanité, umanité and Latin, humanitatem, date to the late 14th century. (Source:   “You must […]

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#BringBackOurGirls 100 days later

Originally posted on the brixton housewife:
Over the past 100 days I have: pottered in my garden. tweeted. helped my husband lay new flooring. written school reports. protested for Palestine. bitched with friends. received flowers. been overdrawn. attended a street festival. laid in the sunshine. argued with loved ones. bought new artwork. laughed. witnessed the dashed hopes and dreams of a nation. taught Zumba to my class. cried. received callaloo…

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