At Bremerton (Washington) High School, students have taken control of the language they hear in the halls by choosing to hold their tongues. The student-generated program Dare Not To Swear! asks pledges to give up inappropriate words to expand their vocabulary and their minds. With community support, the campaign has proven to be an even greater success than its creators had hoped. At more than a thousand members, this program suggests that students can be as bothered by swearing as their teachers. And they can be even more effective in reducing it! Included: See how two schools tackled the tough.
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Early life. Gabriela Silang (March 19, 1731 September 20, 1763 born Maria Josefa Gabriela Cario, was born in Barangay Caniogan, Santa, Ilocos Sur to a Spanish Ilocano father Anselmo Cario, a trader who ferried his wares from Vigan to Abra along the Abra River and a descendant of Ignacio Cario, the first Galician from Spain to arrive in Candon, Ilocos Sur in late 17th century).