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The Immigration History of the United States of America

Immigration. It’s been the defining characteristic of America since before our country even began, so it’s important to remind ourselves of our rich history…of where we all came from to create this one-of-a-kind melting pot of people that is the… Continue Reading

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EF Toronto, Ontario, Canada – Info Video

EF Toronto, Ontario, Canada – Info Video

Welcome to Canada, the second largest country in the world, stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean and all the way up to the Arctic Ocean. Its biggest and most cosmopolitan city is Toronto, Ontario, with 5 million people… Continue Reading

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DIY Clothes Life Hacks – 10 DIY Ideas

DIY Clothes Life Hacks – 10 DIY Ideas

In this video there i’ll show you 10 epic diy clothes ideas which will transform your closet from plain and boring to absolutely stunning and unique!!! Hey, where did you get your clothes? You mean these amazing shoes, my shorts… Continue Reading

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Buses and Weird Reading Programs | British VS American VS Canadian

Buses and Weird Reading Programs | British VS American VS Canadian

– Hi everyone, welcome to the channel. We have a lot of guests here today, can you introduce yourselves? – Hi, I’m Elle Mills. – Canadian. What have we got, Jessie? – I’m Jessie Page and I’m American. – From… Continue Reading

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CASE Chats: Karen Clune, US Agency for International Development (USAID)

CASE Chats: Karen Clune, US Agency for International Development (USAID)

(bell tolling) – [Narrator] This is Duke University. – Working with global health innovators, they face a lot of challenges when scaling. You know, their regulatory approval, the culture, thinking about the end user, just the introduction strategies, the market,… Continue Reading

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Brewstew – Summer Vacation

Brewstew – Summer Vacation

Alright, it’s the last day of school, before summer break Everybody’s screwing off for the last few hours of the school year Your teacher’s sitting there and smokin’ a cigarette She’s pissed off, she’s gonna lose the paycheck for the… Continue Reading

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Michael Mitchell “Canada in my Pocket”

Michael Mitchell “Canada in my Pocket”

I’ve got Canada in my pocket, a little bit of history A penny and a nickel and a quarter and a dime mean a lot to you and me It’s more than pocket money, they’re the symbols of our land… Continue Reading

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I Don’t Like My Parents Because They Don’t Accept Who I Am

I Don’t Like My Parents Because They Don’t Accept Who I Am

I never really liked my parents. We butted heads on everything from political to religious beliefs. I consider myself an atheist and very liberal and I am also unapologetically gay. My parents are rather conservative Muslims and are also extremely… Continue Reading