Kermit’s Cup of Tea: Friday Findings

 

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Happy Friday, friends! I hope everyone had a relatively wonderful week. With everything that’s been going on, it feels like a great time for a little break from school and a few distractions from the real world. In no particular order, here are four of my favorite finds from the week. Get ready to laugh, celebrate, and learn:
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Kermit Says: Safely March for Justice

 

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With the end of one presidential administration and the beginning of another, stress, anxiety, fear, and frustration are at an all-time political high. While some will choose to process this transition by themselves or with loved ones, others plan to take it to the streets and protest in various marches all around the world. According to a USA Today poll, “an estimated 1 million people plan to demonstrate in all 50 states and 32 countries.” This weekend’s main event, the Women’s March on Washington, is anticipating at least 200,000 individuals alone! Whether their focus is women’s rights, immigration, education, or any number of other causes, people are banding together this weekend, in particular, to march for social justice and civil rights.

 

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Kermit’s Cup of Tea: Friday Findings

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Happy Friday, friends! I don’t know about you, but I’m absolutely jumping for joy since we’ve finally made it to the end of another pretty long week. The week before Thanksgiving break and after elections has, at times, felt pretty unbearable, and yet here we are. Cheers to the weekend and another Friday Finding countdown!

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