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DEFIANT SELFIE SNAPS Kloe Kares for homeless wom- en. Be like Kloe. Dance music united against cancer Brave Woman Shows Fist Of De- fiance Against Nazis 9-year-old Khloe Thompson, has been sewing du- rable bags together and filling them with essentials like toothpaste, sanitary products, for homeless women in her community. She calls them her 'Kare Bags'. She has created a charity called 'Khloe Ka- res' and is supported by her GoFundMe page and her family. The sweet little girl, said "I believe that love is a blessing, and that's why I love to do things for other people, and help people in need." She has so far raised $3,600 out of her $10,000 fundraising goal in a matter of weeks. She's hoping to continue her acts of kindness with bags for men and a toy drive for children in group homes A brave black woman, 42-year-old Tess Asplund, raised her fist in defiance alone as hundreds of neo-Nazis marched through a Swedish town. She was praised for her bravery after this picture of her went viral. Even Harry Potter author JK Rowl- ing expressed her feelings about Tess on twitter by saying 'You are magnificent.' Ms Aslpund said 'I was so angry' and that it was just an 'impulsive' ac- tion towards the rally taking place which included 300 members of the Nordic Resistance Movement in Borlange. What a powerful woman. Masquerave shook Troxy and all for a good cause. The party went off with Faithless, Groove Ar- mada's Tom Findlay, Craig David, Jamie XX and more took to the stage for a right good party. The Masquerave was in support of One For The Boys, a group dedicated to helping men step up and talk about cancer. BEER RINGS THAT FEED FISH, NOT STRANGLE THEM Young Muslim stands up to anti-Islamic preachers in the most Western way possible. Saltwater Brewery in Florida has designed new beer ring holders that are harmless to our planet. The new rings are made from the by-products from beer like barley and wheat making them safe for consumption by animals and even humans. In addition to being safe to eat, the rings will also be 100% biodegradable - so if nothing's biting they'll decompose anyway. I'll drink to that! They released a trial batch in April and now plan to roll it out across all of their products. At the moment the production of the rings is more money than the bog-standard plastic ones. But Saltwater Brewery say as the technology develops and if more companies get on board the cost will fall. They're the first brewery in the world to implement this new initiative and they hope that the big companies will follow suit. We hope they do to, the positive effect these will have on marine life is innumerable. More It was the third Muslim expo in Antwerp this May, a huge lifestyle fair for Muslims with stalls, panels and performances. The far right Belguim group, Vlaams Belang took this as an opportunity to preach against Muslims with 40 of them protesting outside the event holding placards with messages like 'No Mosques' and 'Stop Islam'. Zakia Belkin, a Belgian Muslim decided that the best way to fight hate is - selfies. The 22 year old gatecrashed their party and took a number of selfies in front of the protesters. Pouting, showing the peace sign and looking generally happy, this young women stole the show. Speaking to Mashable France she said "It was all a coincidence, nothing was planned, I didn't even know there was a demonstration! In doing this non-violent action, I wanted to send a positive message and show these people that Muslims are peaceful people." More @Guestlist GOOD STUFF 4 ISSUE 87 / 2016 NEWS A new initiative from a small brewery will have a huge impact in the ocean WORLD NEWS

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