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Africa, Google, and Memes: WE CARE MORE ABOUTTHINGS BURIED IN THE GROUND IG: @CONSCIOUSVIBRANCY THAN THE REOPLE ONIT Diamond miners who work in small-scale mining – panning or digging for diamonds – produce about 15% of the world’s diamonds. But their wages do not reflect the value of their work. -- An estimated one million diamond diggers in Africa earn less than a dollar a day. This unlivable wage is below the extreme poverty line. As a result, hundreds of thousands of miners lack basic necessities such as running water and sanitation. Hunger, illiteracy, and infant mortality are commonplace. Even within developing countries, diamond mining communities are often the most impoverished. -- Besides being grossly underpaid, many diamond miners work in extremely dangerous conditions. Small-scale diamond mining is often conducted without training or expertise. Miners may lack safety equipment and the proper tools. They can easily die or be injured in landslides, mine collapses, and other accidents. -- Diamond mining also contributes to public health problems. The sex trade thrives in many diamond mining towns, leading to the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Environmental devastation resulting from diamond mining is another cause of disease. In Sierra Leone, miners have littered the landscape with thousands of abandoned mining pits. These pits fill with stagnant rainwater, become infested with mosquitoes, and serve as breeding grounds for malaria. -- "People were created to be loved. Things were created to be used. The reason why the world is in chaos, is because things are being loved and people are being used." Consciousvibrancy Article: https:-www.brilliantearth.com-conflict-diamond-child-labor-?abv=81&utm_expid=1332916-304.hM-ctAR5RFOOfJL5tFLcng.1&utm_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.ca%2F
Africa, Google, and Memes: WE CARE MORE ABOUTTHINGS
 BURIED IN THE GROUND
 IG: @CONSCIOUSVIBRANCY
 THAN THE REOPLE ONIT
Diamond miners who work in small-scale mining – panning or digging for diamonds – produce about 15% of the world’s diamonds. But their wages do not reflect the value of their work. -- An estimated one million diamond diggers in Africa earn less than a dollar a day. This unlivable wage is below the extreme poverty line. As a result, hundreds of thousands of miners lack basic necessities such as running water and sanitation. Hunger, illiteracy, and infant mortality are commonplace. Even within developing countries, diamond mining communities are often the most impoverished. -- Besides being grossly underpaid, many diamond miners work in extremely dangerous conditions. Small-scale diamond mining is often conducted without training or expertise. Miners may lack safety equipment and the proper tools. They can easily die or be injured in landslides, mine collapses, and other accidents. -- Diamond mining also contributes to public health problems. The sex trade thrives in many diamond mining towns, leading to the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Environmental devastation resulting from diamond mining is another cause of disease. In Sierra Leone, miners have littered the landscape with thousands of abandoned mining pits. These pits fill with stagnant rainwater, become infested with mosquitoes, and serve as breeding grounds for malaria. -- "People were created to be loved. Things were created to be used. The reason why the world is in chaos, is because things are being loved and people are being used." Consciousvibrancy Article: https:-www.brilliantearth.com-conflict-diamond-child-labor-?abv=81&utm_expid=1332916-304.hM-ctAR5RFOOfJL5tFLcng.1&utm_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.ca%2F

Diamond miners who work in small-scale mining – panning or digging for diamonds – produce about 15% of the world’s diamonds. But their wages...

Africa, Future, and Life: in ne an in her I see Semalia in heerace and Zimbabwe in her waist I see congo in her thighs and Ghana in her hips e Senegal in her hair and Nigeria in her lips see Rwanda in her walk and Kenya n her dance Isee Uganda in her grace and Liberia in her smile l see Sierra Leone in her will and Mali In her pose... I see Africa in her heart She is Algeria in the afternoon, Angola in the light of the moon, Benin when she is talking, Botswana when she is walking, Burkina Faso in her brain, her revolutionary mind inspired by Sankara's works, Burundi is her rhythm, Cabo Verde shines out of her skin, Cameroon is in her melanin, Central African Republic is her heart Chakra, Chad is where she found herself, still and deep like the largest lake, Comoros in her blood, Congo nourishes her being, you can see congo gives her health, CΓ΄te d'Ivoire gave her wealth, Djibouti is her humility, you can see it in her smile, Egypt in her thinking, Kemet is in her history, Guinea is in her caring embrace, her love for life and her knowledge of taste, Eritrea in her resistance to those who oppress, also in her style and finesse, Ethiopia created her beauty, Gabon in her grace, Gambia in her spirituality her exuberance and vitality, Ghana made her the Queen of Queens, Kenya gave her fertility, also creativity and even more ability, You can see Lesotho in her brilliance, keeps her soft and yet still militant, Liberia flows off her shoulders like water over boulders, she has the wisdom of those older, the unity she brings came from Libya, so did her interdependence, she is diverse like Madagascar, but still connected to our future, she is pretty special like Malawi, you can hear it in her voice, her musicality came from Mali and spread across the globe, so did her ability to write with significance, she has agricultural intellect, Mauritania raised her warrior spirit, she is all colours throughout her goddess like figure, you can see Mauritius in her compassion, her architecture must be Moroccan, she is pure elegance bringing Mozambique with her presence, she has the complexion of Namibia and is complete but not conceited, Flowing Niger from her soul, and Nigeria is in her hips, her lips and her eyes, She is breathtaking like Rwanda, the mystery of Sao Tome and Principe lives in her touch, the inspiration of Senegal passes from her to all those she greets, she is paradise like the Seychelles, her struggle produced diamonds of perfection like Sierra Leone, She is the joy of Somalia, πŸ‘‡πŸΎ more below chakabars
Africa, Future, and Life: in
 ne
 an in her
 I see Semalia in heerace and Zimbabwe
 in her waist
 I see congo in her thighs and Ghana in
 her hips
 e Senegal in her hair and Nigeria
 in her lips
 see Rwanda in her walk and Kenya
 n her dance
 Isee Uganda in her grace and Liberia
 in her smile
 l see Sierra Leone in her will and Mali
 In her pose... I see Africa in her heart
She is Algeria in the afternoon, Angola in the light of the moon, Benin when she is talking, Botswana when she is walking, Burkina Faso in her brain, her revolutionary mind inspired by Sankara's works, Burundi is her rhythm, Cabo Verde shines out of her skin, Cameroon is in her melanin, Central African Republic is her heart Chakra, Chad is where she found herself, still and deep like the largest lake, Comoros in her blood, Congo nourishes her being, you can see congo gives her health, CΓ΄te d'Ivoire gave her wealth, Djibouti is her humility, you can see it in her smile, Egypt in her thinking, Kemet is in her history, Guinea is in her caring embrace, her love for life and her knowledge of taste, Eritrea in her resistance to those who oppress, also in her style and finesse, Ethiopia created her beauty, Gabon in her grace, Gambia in her spirituality her exuberance and vitality, Ghana made her the Queen of Queens, Kenya gave her fertility, also creativity and even more ability, You can see Lesotho in her brilliance, keeps her soft and yet still militant, Liberia flows off her shoulders like water over boulders, she has the wisdom of those older, the unity she brings came from Libya, so did her interdependence, she is diverse like Madagascar, but still connected to our future, she is pretty special like Malawi, you can hear it in her voice, her musicality came from Mali and spread across the globe, so did her ability to write with significance, she has agricultural intellect, Mauritania raised her warrior spirit, she is all colours throughout her goddess like figure, you can see Mauritius in her compassion, her architecture must be Moroccan, she is pure elegance bringing Mozambique with her presence, she has the complexion of Namibia and is complete but not conceited, Flowing Niger from her soul, and Nigeria is in her hips, her lips and her eyes, She is breathtaking like Rwanda, the mystery of Sao Tome and Principe lives in her touch, the inspiration of Senegal passes from her to all those she greets, she is paradise like the Seychelles, her struggle produced diamonds of perfection like Sierra Leone, She is the joy of Somalia, πŸ‘‡πŸΎ more below chakabars

She is Algeria in the afternoon, Angola in the light of the moon, Benin when she is talking, Botswana when she is walking, Burkina Faso in h...