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Slashing the budgets that protect our environment, health, education, and societal safety nets serve to enrich his fellow political profiteers but hurt the rest of us immediately.
In other words, all black women are capable of being trailblazing rock stars, who manage to play by their own rules and cross over the borderline of societal barriers.
Some of them had been crushed by societal forces, some were lonely for their own reasons, some probably only seemed lonely and were perfectly fine.
While breastfeeding in public is legal in most states, societal stigmas still discourage it.)
Variety noted the film's nods to current market and societal trends.
The online survey conducted in February took the pulse of nearly 900 Interactive attendees and found that 61 percent of respondents believe the tech industry is better equipped to find solutions to societal ills than the government is.
Schumer is thrilled to be amidst her idols, but confused at their willingness to acquiesce in the face of societal pressure.
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Definition of societal for English Language Learners
: of or relating to society
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