Feminization Of Poverty Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Top 9 Quotes About Feminization Of Poverty

#1. Children, together with women, constitute 90 percent of all refugee populations on the planet as well as the vast majority of those living in absolute poverty: the 'feminization of poverty' means that children are poor, too, since most parenting is done by mothers. - Author: Robin Morgan
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#2. His jest shall savour but a shallow wit, when thousands more weep than did laugh it. - Author: William Shakespeare
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#3. Lust is like a robin attacking his reflection in a pane of glass again and again. - Author: Leslie Daniels
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#4. I've known countless people who were reservoirs of learning, yet never had a thought. - Author: Wilson Mizner
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#5. Suddenly there were no Xhosas or Zulus, no Indians or Africans, no rightists or leftists, no religious or political leaders; we were all nationalists and patriots bound together by a love of our common history our culture, our country, and our people. - Author: Nelson Mandela
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#6. Gratuitous cruelty borders on the pathological, psychotic and that becomes uninteresting because there is no choice. - Author: Constantin Stanislavski
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#7. Abortion is defended today as a means of ensuring the equality and independence of women, and as a solution to the problems of single parenting, child abuse, and the feminization of poverty. - Author: Robert Casey
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#8. The proportion of men must be reduced to and maintained at approximately 10% of the human race. - Author: Sally Miller Gearhart
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#9. In my family, we seem to have a tortured history of not saying what we ought to and not meaning what we do. - Author: Jodi Picoult
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