View of the Week (May 2017 M-End Edition): #GlobalCitizen Reflects Upon the Month...

As May 2017 draws to a close, we wanted to feature this courtesy of the team at Global Citizen on how ordinary faces make a profound difference as we look to June:

The Global Citizen Guide to Education
May 31, 2017 
Here are the top stories that Global Citizen readers loved to read this month.
Why You Should Absolutely Never Drink Bottled Water
Still drinking bottled water? Here are 10 cringe-worthy facts about the industry that will convince you to kick the bottle for good.
Yes, Slavery Still Exists
Believe it or not, there are more slaves today than any other time in history – and these five countries are by far the worst offenders.
Helen Mirren Just Gave the Best Speech of the Year
Proving that she is truly the queen, Helen Mirren gave this moving – and hilarious – speech about feminism at Tulane University.
Bill Gates Just Dropped Some Life-Changing Advice
The businessman and philanthropist knows a thing or two about success – and it looks a lot different than you might think.
This Girl Scout Faced Off With a Neo-Nazi
Instead of shying away, this brave girl looked in the face of hatred, stood up for her community, and immediately became the world’s newest hero.
These 12 Photos Will Restore Your Faith in Humanity
After an attack that killed more than 20, the people of Manchester proved to the world once again that acts of terror will not tear people apart.
This Controversial Radio Host Was Finally Fired
After calling for a “final solution” after the Manchester attack, invoking language used by Hitler during the Holocaust, this host was fired from her weekly radio show.
Children Everywhere Deserve an Education
More than 263 million children around the world are missing out on school – not getting the skills they need to succeed. Tell G20 leaders to support education for everyone.
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