The Sachse Historical Society holds an annual meeting

Storage and the realities of running a history museum during a pandemic were topics of discussion at the annual meeting of the Sachse Historical Society. After holding its annual meeting on Zoom a year ago, the Sachse Historical Society held an in-person annual meeting on Sunday, March 6 at Chase …

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– Ehusani: Faith Merchant as activistTHISDAYLIVE

editorMarch 12, 2022 4:16 a.m. UPDATING ELUCIDATIONS BY OKEY IKECHUKWU He once banned a governor from entering his church because the governor had violated the lateness rule. He was later to calmly explain that the rules were clear from the start, that they were repeatedly explained to everyone, and that …

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TSAREV: Beware of Russian disinformation

Breadcrumb Links Columnists Canada All of our political parties should be united to help end Russian aggression and protect Canada’s political institutions from disinformation and destabilization. Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during a joint news conference with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev following their talks at the Kremlin in Moscow, February …

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Kalev Stoicescu: When will Ukraine and the West file their claims? | Opinion

Vladimir Putin’s regime continues to issue ultimatums. The hate speech of the Kremlin propaganda machine has become extraordinarily garish. The art of lying on the administrative level goes beyond the achievements of the Stalin era. The onslaught of weapons of mass procrastination (trolls, fake news and accusations, etc.) is in …

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Kim Reeder: Lee County Humane Society to host Bark In The Park | Columnists

Lee County Humane Society, in partnership with Auburn Parks and Recreation, would like to invite you to the annual Bark In The Park celebration. This free event celebrates responsible dog ownership and will be held Saturday, March 19, 2022 at Kiesel Park from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. This free …

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BAUER: Now that we’re facing crippling energy costs and talking about “World War III,” will American voters get serious? | texasinsider

Trying to control the temperature 100 years from now, while crushing our economy and making the nation dependent on the oil of the foreign enemy – is simply insane. By Gary Bauer WASHINGTON, DC (Texas Insider Report) – It’s obvious to the American people – 70% of Americans support increasing …

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Franklin County Historical Society opens new digs | Local News

Wednesday, March 2 was long overdue for Franklin County Historical Society board members. Since October, they have been working to relocate and house their collection in their new museum located at 300 E. Locust St. in downtown Union. They finally opened their doors to the public on Wednesday. The museum …

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Don Samuels will oppose Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar

The Federal Election Commission filing shows Samuels registered his campaign as “Neighbors for Samuels” on March 8. MINNEAPOLIS — A new filing with the Federal Election Commission shows that Don Samuels, a longtime community activist and former Minneapolis City Council member, has registered with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) to …

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MSNBC’s Chuck Todd: Voters who believe Putin wouldn’t have invaded Ukraine under Trump aren’t based on ‘logic’

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! MSNBC anchor Chuck Todd has suggested that voters are wrong to believe that Russian President Vladimir Putin would not have invaded Ukraine if President Trump was still in office. As Russia launches its attacks on Ukraine, many of President Biden’s critics have …

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Leinster Rugby | Irish Cancer Society and Leinster Rugby announce charity partnership

Leinster Rugby have announced the Irish Cancer Society as their final charity partner for the 2021/22 season under the Charity Affiliate Scheme which first launched in November 2020. Like last season, Leinster Rugby will again work with a new charity each month in the hope of raising the profile of …

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Writer, playwright, activist Lorene Cary

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — West Philly native Lorene Cary goes by many titles — she’s a bestselling author, playwright, mother, and lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania. Not just during Women’s History Month in March, but nearly 365 days a year, she uses her art to preserve stories, especially black …

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After the verbal fight, Covington dominates Masvidal on the mat

After a quick exchange of punches to open the main event final round at UFC 272, welterweight contender Colby Covington advanced on Jorge Masvidal, bulldozed him into the fence and dragged on the canvas. Some people at the sold-out T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas booed Covington for holding back the …

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Merson wowed by 22-year-old Chelsea player against Burnley

Paul Merson was blown away by Chelsea player Reece James’ first goal in a 4-0 win over Burnley this afternoon. After a calm first half, the Blues came alive in the second half to score four goals answered, picking up three Premier League points on Saturday. James, 22, was the …

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FD Choral Society unites for music | News, Sports, Jobs

– Messenger photo by Kelby Wingert The Fort Dodge Choral Society rehearses at Grace Lutheran Church Thursday night. Fort Dodge Choral Society will present “Together Again For The First Time” a celebration of famous musical partnerships, at 3 p.m. today at Trinity United Methodist Church, 828 N. 25th St. The …

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‘Winning Time’: When the NBA went pop

The Lakers helped transform the NBA from a fringe sports league into a titan, which set the stage for Jordan and, later, Kobe Bryant to help make the game a global phenomenon. As McKay said, the Lakers “changed the fashion, the music, the way people behaved, the way they talked.” …

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The American culture war is turning into a real war-war | Thomas Zimmer

AAmerica is divided. It’s not new. But the authoritarian leader of the Kremlin deciding to invade a Democratic neighbor — it’s the kind of international crisis that traditionally might have inspired a closing of ranks: putting aside differences, letting domestic squabbles rest. But the conservatives obviously got out of the …

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Stromae’s new album tackles mental health and misogyny while avoiding culture wars

The famous Belgian singer-songwriter Stromae has released his third album Multitudemaking a long-awaited return to the international music scene after an eight-year hiatus. Known for hits such as “Alors on danse”, “Papaoutai” and “Formidable”, Stromae (real name Paul Van Haver; stage name is a variant of “Maestro”) is one of …

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Frontline heroes sing with the New York Choral Society this spring

The New York Choral Society, New York’s pioneering symphonic choir exploring unique collaboration and dynamic repertoire, announces its return to live performance with Love in Action, April 2 at the New York Society for Ethical Culture. A concert of choral music that brings together the work of eight contemporary American …

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Thai democracy activists pledge to fight ‘tyranny’ in Ukraine

BANGKOK, March 3 (Reuters) – Remote Thailand might not seem like an obvious place for recruits to Ukraine’s efforts to raise an international force of volunteers to defend against the Russian invasion. But for former Thai Air Force conscript turned political activist Chanaphong “Ball” Phongpai, the cause is a natural …

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Texas delivers a mixed message to the left

Although they fell short of their ultimate goal on Tuesday, the Progressives can still claim a significant turnaround after losing races across the country in 2021. “There were some high profile losses last year. Starting the 2022 mid-terms with a progressive favorite and a win out of Texas is hugely …

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‘Faith Ringgold: American People’ finally pays its contribution to the artist

His most famous efforts in this regard are his narrative quilts – in effect, paintings on quilted fabric – which relay both real and fictional aspects of his life and memories, as well as allusions to black history. and women. The quilts cover a wide range of both political and …

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Grant makes Mississippi Historical Society annual meeting free to the public: event to be held in Hattiesburg

Tue 03/01/2022 – 13:19 | From: David Tisdale The Mississippi Historical Society, with the support of a grant from the Mississippi Humanities Council, opens its annual meeting free to the public on Friday, March 11. The program will take place at the Historic Eureka School Museum at 410 E. 6and …

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Ukrainian activist berates Boris Johnson for Russia’s response | Boris Johnson

A Ukrainian activist has challenged Boris Johnson over the UK’s failure to impose swift sanctions on Russians residing in London, during an emotional intervention at a press conference in Poland. Daria Kaleniuk, executive director of the Anti-Corruption Action Center, also lobbied Johnson over NATO countries’ collective refusal to impose a …

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Is Irish rugby rediscovering a joie de vivre?

I REMEMBER visiting my late grandmother in the hospital once when I was about 12 years old. I saw a sign taped to the wall of the nurses’ station that said “Smiles are contagious” and featured a funny monkey grinning from ear to ear. This message has stayed with me …

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Historical Society recalls Warren grad | News, Sports, Jobs

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article was submitted as part of the Trumbull County Historical Society‘s efforts to raise awareness of local Black history as part of Black History Month. On this final day of Black History Month, let’s take a moment and celebrate one of Warren G. Harding’s best-known …

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Letter to the Editor: Perspectives on Ukraine

Editor: President Trump was impeached following a phone call to President Zelensky and President Biden was accused of orchestrating a corrupt fee-for-service scheme with one of Ukraine’s largest energy companies, Burisma. I recommend people listen to the entire Trump-Zelenky phone call and also show some curiosity about alleged Biden-Burisma corruption. …

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The Cleveland Museum of Art studies America’s racial history through powerful works by modern and contemporary black artists

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Museum of Art, once a bastion of contemporary art conservatism, is bravely engaging the rising culture wars over America’s race history in the best possible way, exhibiting works powerful black artists rooted in this history. The museum’s new exhibit, “Currents and Constellations: Black Art in …

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CPAC focuses on cultural grievances and Trump

ORLANDO, Fla. — Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has shocked and angered much of the world. President Biden has announced a new Supreme Court nomination that is unlikely to receive any significant Republican support. But at the Conservative Political Action Conference, the annual gathering of right-wing American politics, world-shaking news seemed …

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Royal LePage Parksville-Qualicum Beach Realty donates $11,100 to Haven Society – Parksville Qualicum Beach News

Last year, Royal LePage Parksville-Qualicum Beach Realty successfully held fundraisers for an area women’s shelter despite challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Led by Team Susan Forrest, they were able to hold a bottle drive and garage sale that raised a total of $11,174.40. The beneficiary of Royal Lepage’s efforts …

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Last prayers for Deep Sidhu saw 6th mass mobilization of Sikhs in 10 years | News Ludhiana

JALANDHAR: Actor-turned-activist Deep Sidhu’s massive antim ardas (last prayers) rally in Fatehgarh Sahib on Thursday was the sixth major mass mobilization in Punjab in the past 10 years with Sikhs at its center. There are striking similarities between the first, which also happened around the same time just after the …

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Rangers winners and losers from a huge night at Ibrox

Rangers achieved a hugely significant result as they knocked tournament favorites Borussia Dortmund out of the Europa League last night. The 2-2 draw inside a raucous Ibrox finished the job after the exhilarating 4-2 win in Germany, allowing Gers to face Red Star Belgrade after the draw earlier in the …

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Good Samaritan Society Named One of America’s Top Employers

February 24, 2022 Contact:Tess HedrickSanford Health Media Relations605-366-2432 / [email protected] SIOUX FALLS, SD – Forbes The magazine named The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society one of America’s Best Midsize Employers for 2022. According to Forbes, 60,000 Americans working for companies with at least 1,000 employees were surveyed by market research …

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The iconoclastic feminist scholar-activist | The Guardian Nigeria News

Bell Hooks, a pioneering African-American college activist, recently died of kidney failure at the age of 69. She has published 40 books, mostly on the intersection of gender, race, and class. Hooks was a versatile writer and incisive essayist who also wrote about psychology, pedagogy, art, music, and spirituality. A …

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Biden DOJ scuttles Trump China crackdown amid criticism from left and CCP | News

JBiden’s Justice Department announced on Wednesday it would end a Trump-era initiative to crack down on Chinese economic espionage after a year of criticism from some fellow Democrats, hundreds of professors in university, left-wing activists and the Chinese Communist Party. Party itself. The China Initiative, which also sought to address …

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The GOP can be the party of Trumpism without Trump

There, across from me, in suburban Cincinnati, sat the voice of Trump Country. Gary Abernathy doesn’t officially hold the title, but he’s held the position since Donald Trump was elected president in 2016. The former West Virginia GOP official and aide to Rob Portman was an early caller for the …

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The Society Will Host a Program – Smithfield Times

The Surry County Historical Society quarterly program will take place at 7 p.m. on March 14 at the Surry Parks and Rec Center. Everyone is welcome to participate in this free and informative program. In addition, the Historical Society will hold an open house from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. …

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Putin’s distortion of Ukraine’s history sets the stage for new operations

President Vladimir Putin made extensive references to Russian, Soviet and post-Communist czarist history on Monday in a speech that sought to justify the Kremlin’s second territorial dismemberment of Ukraine since 2014. The speech was notable for its distortions of this history and for a number of glaring omissions. facts surrounding …

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TOM LEONARD: Why does America’s most smug newspaper have such a pathological aversion to Britain?

The hot-headed reporter for the latest edition of Serial, the hit American ‘true crime’ podcast run by The New York Times, can hardly contain his fury at Britain’s rampant racism and Islamophobia. When his fellow presenter urges him to stop yelling at anyone who disagrees with him, he retorts, “I …

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Why would the left opposition be better than the current government?

February 21, 2022 – The centre-left opposition parties’ demand in the Croatian parliament on Monday for an early election and the Bridge party’s initiative for the dissolution of parliament received a lukewarm response from right-wing parties. “Croatian sovereignists are of the opinion that there should be a radical reshuffle of …

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The Humane Society is ready for National Adoption Week

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – The Humane Society of El Paso and PetSmart Charities are teaming up to bring adoptable pets to PetSmart located in The Fountains at Farah in support of National Adoption Week, which takes will run from February 28 to March 6, 2022. Officials say that, each …

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Sanjay Raut – A blue-eyed boy from Balasaheb to Protector of Thackeray

Shiv Sena leader and MP Sanjay Raut Until 2019, Raut was one of the top leaders of the BJP alliance. Suddenly the image changed and he was constantly attacked by the alliance and now by the opposition. In November 2019, following the Maharashtra Assembly elections, there was a dispute between …

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Advocacy for a more inclusive, dynamic and democratic university

UNITED STATES What Universities Owe Democracy by Ronald Daniels is published by Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. ISBN 9781421442693. Ronald J Daniels makes four recommendations that he says will shape America’s universities and colleges for graduate students who understand and care about democratic processes — and reconfigure universities …

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The historical society will screen a film on the history of Canton

To coincide with its town’s 201st anniversary, the Canton Historical Society plans to present the first public screening of the film “Canton, Maine: A Small Town with a Rich History.” The screening will take place from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, February 26 in the society building at 25 …

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Appeal to the United States to defend the release of Rusesabagina

Paul Rusesabagina is a hero in every sense of the word. Then manager of the Hôtel des Mille Collines, Rusesabagina saved more than 1,000 lives during the 1994 Rwandan genocide. the movie “Hotel Rwanda”. In the years since the release of “Hotel Rwanda”, Rusesabagina received the Presidential Medal of Freedom …

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Jeremy Corbyn’s legacy wiped out: Keir Starmer to ‘slaughter’ far-left politicians | Politics | News

The Labor leader is due to deliver a series of speeches in which he will set out his position on a number of key issues. The announcements are the next step in the MP for Holborn and St Pancras’ plan to make the party eligible for the next election. From …

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Arrested Coutts protesters say they were provoked by the RCMP

Breadcrumb Links Local News The RCMP described the threat against its officers as ‘real and organized’ Publication date : February 17, 2022 • 1 hour ago • 5 minute read • 6 comments Protesters listen to Premier Jason Kenney at the roadblock on Highway 4 out of Milk River toward …

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Recipe: Vitamin Sea & Civil Society Tropical Envy

Exclusive to subscribers This juicy double IPA collaboration between Vitamin Sea and civil society has become one of our top 20 beers of 2021. We are grateful to Vitamin Sea founder Dino Funari for sharing this homemade recipe. “Tropical Envy is a great double dry-hopped double IPA with Citra, Galaxy, …

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Eastside Chicano Tierra co-founder Steve Salas has died

Steve Salas, founding member of pioneering Eastside rock band Tierra and early Chicano rights activist, has died at 69. Salas, who died Thursday, had been battling myeloma for two years and recently contracted COVID-19, his family said. The musician was predeceased by his brother Rudy, the singer and co-founder of …

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Manchester United linked with summer transfer of Ajax winger Antony

Erik Ten Hag is the manager many Manchester United fans want at Old Trafford next season and beyond. The Mail reports that he is also Ralf Rangnick’s recommended choice. While this is by no means a done deal, there are other businesses to be had beyond the manager, with a …

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Reviews | There’s a reason Trump loves truckers

The former president is not alone. “I hope truckers come to America,” said Sen. Rand Paul, Republican of Kentucky, told the Daily Signal, a conservative site. “Civil disobedience is an age-old tradition in our country, from slavery to civil rights, etc. Peacefully protesting, cluttering things up, making people think about …

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The Hofstra Bread Society is booming — The Hofstra Chronicle

Adam Flash/The Hofstra Chronicle For members of the Hofstra Bread Society, baking bread is bread work. The club, currently led by the Stuart and Nancy Rabinowitz Honors College, focuses on anything and everything related to bread, from baking it to discussing its wider societal impacts. “Bread is such a unique …

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What the GOP Meant When It Called Jan. 6 “Legitimate Political Speech”

Here’s a look at how fake voters figured into Trump’s effort and why the National Republican Party’s claim that they were engaging in “legitimate political speech” is more telling than it first appears. departure. Who are the GOP’s “false voters”? Ahead of each November presidential election, the two parties spend …

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Journalist’s Notebook: Why the 2022 midterms could mirror the 2010 bloodbath for Democrats

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Former President Obama was a toxic commodity heading into the 2010 election. Obama and his party took over Obamacare 12 years ago. The House also approved a controversial climate policy bill. And as a result, the Commander-in-Chief has mostly sat on the …

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Big Tech’s crack pipe cover-up

A throwaway campaign item in an otherwise innocuous spending package exposed one way the Biden administration and the Democratic Party view “racial equity.” the Free Washington Beacon revealed a week ago the Department of Health and Human Services would distribute free crack pipes to drug users to promote hygiene and …

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Black Women in Politics Kick Off Oakland East Bay Democratic Club’s Black History Month Event

Congresswoman Barbara Lee (CA-13) applauded the United States Mint for beginning shipments of the first coins in the American Women’s Quarters (AWQ) program, beginning with the Maya Angelou Quarter on Monday. The Mint implemented the new four-year program authorized by the Circulating Collector Coins Overhaul Act of 2020, bipartisan legislation …

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Dry winter drains reservoirs and ruins crops in Spain and Portugal

ACEREDO, Spain (AP) — Roofs sticking out of the water have become commonplace every summer at the Lindoso Reservoir in northwestern Spain. In particularly dry years, parts would appear of the ancient village of Aceredo, submerged three decades ago when a hydroelectric dam flooded the valley. But never before had …

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The display of white power on the Woodstock village green is quickly running out of steam

A dozen white supremacists staged a protest in the town square of Woodstock on Friday, Feb. 11, holding a “White Lives Matter New York” banner and waving signs with slogans such as “Anti-racist = Anti-white” and “Stop WhiteGuilt”. But their protests were short-lived. (Photo by Dion Ogust) The group wore …

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Technology and society: Thinking a little more about the pros and cons of the Internet | Opinion

In previous articles I have mentioned some of the pros and cons of social media and while it is true that social media is dominating the internet, that is only part of it. What got me thinking about this was an article, “Covid Has Exposed Problems in How Scientists Share …

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When Students Walk Out in Protest, Here’s What Admins Should Do

When students said they would come out of their Iowa City schools to call for action on climate change, then-superintendent Stephen Murley didn’t panic or call on principals to lock the doors. . Instead, the district coordinated with local police to block traffic at busy intersections along the planned route …

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High energy prices are rocking European businesses and homes | Economic news

By AYSE WIETING and SUZAN FRASER, Associated Press ISTANBUL (AP) — Mehmet Bogday says his jaw dropped when he saw his electricity bill — it was more than the rent he pays for his Istanbul restaurant selling traditional Turkish wraps, and more than double of what he paid a month …

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Casting Society of America changes name and unveils new logo – Deadline

The Casting Society of America thinks globally. The group celebrates its 40th anniversary with a name change that reflects the expansion of its ranks to include casting professionals living and working around the world. Meet the Casting Society and check out their new logo above. “By removing America from our …

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FRANK FUREDI: Does this image prove that schools are turning into anti-conservative indoctrination factories?

The picture in the Daily Mail yesterday was truly disturbing. As an educator for 45 years, I would be hard pressed to find anything as shocking as this photo of a scowling elementary school student in front of a whiteboard on which the words ‘lie’, ‘selfish’ and ‘distrust’ ” were …

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Teddy’s Bucket List: North Myrtle Beach Humane Society, dog with cancer shares special bond

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) – An elderly dog ​​with terminal cancer at the Humane Society of North Myrtle Beach is living out his final days in style. Teddy was abandoned and has been at the Humane Society of North Myrtle Beach since July. “We arrived one morning, heard barking …

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Teenager’s death fuels Palestinian Authority corruption charges | News from the occupied West Bank

Ramallah, occupied West Bank – The death of a 16-year-old cancer patient from the besieged Gaza Strip after being refused admission to a hospital in the occupied West Bank has revived accusations of ‘favouritism’ and mismanagement against the Palestinian Authority (PA ). Saleem Nawati was transferred to the West Bank …

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The Mask Debate – The New York Times

The real problem, according to this view, is that the United States has done too little to protect people from Covid; if exaggerating the individual risk can reduce the collective risk of Covid, isn’t that a good thing? There is some logic in this line of thinking, as the United …

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Reviews | Why the vaccinated are so angry at the unvaccinated

After all these years, New York remains America’s first gateway to the world — a status that brings many good things, but also makes it a place where new variants of the coronavirus can spread quickly. The good news is that the city seems to have withstood the backing away …

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Danbury Mad Hatter Society receives $5,900 grant, among other area highlights

Allison Amaya, a sophomore at Bethel High School, has won U.S. Senator Chris Murphy’s sixth annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Essay Challenge for the 5th Congressional District. Senator Murphy received more than 2,200 registrations from elementary, middle and high school students from across Connecticut. Fifteen winning essays were …

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Like athletes, business leaders are changing the way they approach social issues

In “The Last Dance,” the 1998 Chicago Bulls documentary miniseries that gave viewers in the spring of 2020 a weekly dose of sports the pandemic had taken away, Michael Jordan revealed his unforgettable line on Republican shoes was a joke. His words came during a Senate race between incumbent North …

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Tunisian leader seeks to dissolve country’s highest judiciary

TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — Tunisia’s president announced a plan to dissolve the national judiciary, which is suspected of corruption and mishandling of sensitive political affairs, local media reported Sunday. President Kais Saied’s decision to dissolve the Superior Council of the Judiciary comes as Tunisians celebrated on Sunday the ninth anniversary …

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Has The View lost sight of its identity as a hotbed of fiery discussion? | American television

Stuck between Let’s Make A Deal and General Hospital in the United States daytime television ratings is The View, a venerable and sometimes controversial forum for gossip, banter and political debate. For some, it is an inspired cultural phenomenon; for others an embarrassing mess. Sometimes both. Anyway, it’s been around …

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Banning books stifles curiosity and ultimately puts society at risk

Over the past few weeks, hundreds of books have been challenged, banned or have been the subject of proposals to be removed from schools, curricula and libraries across the country. They have been deemed “controversial” for various reasons. Some say they contain “objectionable language”, are “too sexually explicit”, or are …

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Companies face new pressure from shareholders and regulators to disclose policies and political contributions | Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

Take away food Activist shareholders are increasing pressure on companies to disclose their political spending and their lobbying and trade association activities. In 2021, a record 40% of shareholder proposals regarding corporate political activities were adopted, a year after a previous record was set at 20%. The SEC is considering …

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ANDREW NEIL: I’m afraid Boris Johnson can’t ‘fly away’ any longer

Any Tory MPs still clinging to the idea that Boris Johnson can change – that he can preside over an adult-led 10 Downing Street operation and a government with serious purpose, direction and focus – must have finally been disillusioned of this error. by the events of this week. His …

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People of Color in Milwaukee Must Unite for Fair Representation

This is a response to an opinion piece by Janan Najeeb who erroneously characterized the Latinx struggle for fair maps and equal representation in Milwaukee as a threat to Muslim voting rights or representation (“Muslims in Milwaukee just want to be represented fairly by the Common Council”, 30 January). The …

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National Audubon Society appoints new climate vice president

(February 1, 2022) – The National Audubon Society has named Sarah Rose as its next Vice President of Climate. The role will coordinate policy, conservation and science teams in support of the organization’s broader strategy to address the impact of climate on birds and the places they need to survive. …

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At the Beijing Olympics, the question of freedom of expression hangs over the athletes

BEIJING — The conversation at the Wukesong Sports Center has veered dangerously from the growth and speed of women’s hockey to the issue of political statements at the Olympics. Hilary Knight, who was finishing practice ahead of her fourth Olympic appearance for the United States, stopped, looked around and chose …

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Texas National Butterfly Center Closes Due to Right-wing Harassment: NPR

The entrance to the National Butterfly Center on January 15, 2019 in Mission, Texas. Suzanne Cordeiro/AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Suzanne Cordeiro/AFP via Getty Images The entrance to the National Butterfly Center on January 15, 2019 in Mission, Texas. Suzanne Cordeiro/AFP via Getty Images Butterflies won’t fly …

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Candy Apples for the Siouxland Humane Society

SIOUX CITY (KTIV) — The Siouxland Humane Society is once again selling handmade double chocolate caramel apples. Volunteers are hard at work assembling the treats this week. This is a fundraiser to help pay for their pet care costs. “We receive thousands of animals every year and we receive no …

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DWAC Stock: Why the Trump Media SPAC deal will be approved

President Donald Trump announced in December that his Truth Social platform, owned by Trump Media & Technology, would launch in the first quarter, then Reuters reported that Truth Social would debut in February. Following this latest report, Digital World Acquisition Company (NASDAQ:DWAC) the stock soared. Source: Joseph Sohm / Shutterstock.com …

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Japanese parliament adopts resolution on human rights in China | world news

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s parliament on Tuesday passed a resolution on the “grave human rights situation” in China and called on Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s government to take action to address the situation, as The Beijing Winter Olympics are just days away. Japan has already announced that it will not …

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Historical Society exhibit brings the Victorian era to North Fork, portrait of Judge Allen Smith unveiled

“Inventing Childhood” is on display at the Suffolk County Historical Society in Riverhead until April. (Credit: Melissa Azofefifa) The daily update is a briefing on what’s happening across the North Fork. Get the daily update straight to your inbox every weekday morning by signing up to our newsletter. Here are …

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Hating GW is not a personality trait – The GW Hatchet

During the disastrous period of the University’s president, Thomas LeBlanc, student activism adopted a posture of opposition and contempt towards LeBlanc and his missteps. Now that the dust has settled and his successor is in place, it’s a good time to make an uncomfortable point – much of the talk …

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Trump urges fans to boycott DirecTV ‘crazy leftists’ after company says it’s scrapping OAN

Former President Donald Trump ripped AT&T and called on his fans to boycott the telecommunications giant in a statement on Sunday after its television provider DirecTV announced it would drop One America News Network. He also lambasted Comcast – the parent company of NBC News, which he called “Con-cast” – …

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The Internet has given rise to the “cancellation of the TOC culture”

Yet it is packed, purity – of mind, body, planet – does not exist. “There is no primordial state to which we could wish to return, no Eden which we have desecrated, no pretoxic body which we could discover through enough chia seeds and kombucha”, writes the Canadian philosopher Alexis …

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Booker Laureate Bernardine Evaristo will talk about her new memoir, Manifesto, for U of C’s online event

Breadcrumb Links Books Publication date : January 29, 2022 • 41 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation Author Bernardin Evaristo. Courtesy of Blue Flower Arts. .jpg Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through …

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An idea whose time has come

The usual right-wing bloggers and noisemakers are throwing tantrums over President Joe Biden’s intention to appoint a black American woman to replace Justice Stephen Breyer on the United States Supreme Court. Their predictable complaints are both laughable and hypocritical. Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson accuses Biden of obviously giving up …

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The Royal Philharmonic Society launches this year’s edition of the Young Classical Writers Prize

(Photo credit: RPS) The UK based company Royal Philharmonic Society (RPS) is now accepting entries for this year’s edition of its Young Classical Writers Award. The award was established in 2021 and is in memory of Gerald Larner, a British music critic and writer who has written for publications including …

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Autonomous GPs

In business law, there is a concept called the principal-agent relationship. In this relationship, the principal authorizes a person to be an agent, and the agent represents and acts on behalf of the principal. As a first-generation low-income student (FGLI), I believe that the aforementioned concept of business law clearly …

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OUR VIEWPOINT: A politician’s guide to undermining public education | Opinion

Suppose you were looking to divert money from public schools to private schools, how could you go about doing this? You would probably start with scare tactics to weaken trust in public education. You would warn parents that their children are being indoctrinated by leftist teachers or programs educating innocent …

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Explained: What is the controversy over Tipu Sultan in Mumbai?

Mysore King Tipu Sultan is at the center of a controversy in Mumbai with the BJP claiming that Congress leader and Mumbai Suburbs Minister Aslam Shaikh is considering naming a playground in the Muslim-dominated locality of Malwani after the 17th century ruler. What led to the BJP protest in Malwani? …

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Rome Historical Society’s ‘Griffiss Experience’ video series set to take off and share memories

The Historical Society of Rome has announced the release of a new video series called The Griffiss Experience. Throughout the year, the company will post four videos on YouTube, featuring community members and their memories of Griffiss Air Force Base. The Rome Historical Society has been a partner of the …

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“Cyberpartisan” Hack Belarusian Railway to Disrupt Russian Construction | Belarus

Cyber ​​activists opposed to Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko claim to have broken into the state railways’ computer system and threatened to cripple trains bringing Russian troops and artillery to the country for a potential attack on Ukraine. Their goals include freeing political prisoners, withdrawing Russian soldiers from Belarus and preventing …

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Liverpool risk slamming Spurs’ £46m bid for Luis Diaz

Liverpool could face criticism from fans as Tottenham Hotspur push for Luis Diaz. Spurs’ offer isn’t exactly massive. It looks like Liverpool might be missing Luis Diaz after all. There have been reports linking the two for some time, with Journal de Noticias claiming in November that the Reds like …

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Death of a right-wing Brazilian philosopher, provocateur

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Olavo de Carvalho, a leading figure in Brazil’s conservative movement celebrated by worshipers and hated by critics, has died, according to a statement posted Tuesday on his official Twitter profile. He was 74 years old. De Carvalho died Monday night in Virginia, where he had …

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Menace II Society Script Supervisor, Community Activist Was 71 – The Hollywood Reporter

Jill Gurr, a veteran script supervisor who founded the nonprofit Create Now which matches entertainment industry mentors with at-risk youth, has died. She was 71 years old. Gurr died Jan. 13 in her sleep in her Hollywood apartment of an unknown cause, said Brandon Dean Johnson, CEO of Create Now. …

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Chris Kreider’s hat trick helps Rangers win 7-3 over Coyotes

Chris Kreider had a hat trick to define his career–high with 29 goals, tied for the NHL lead, and the New York Rangers scored six unanswered to beat the Arizona Coyotes 7-3 on Saturday night for their eighth victory in 11 games. Rangers defenseman Jacob Trouba scored twice as New …

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Farmers’ protest in Spain highlights rural concerns | Economic news

MADRID (AP) — Farmers, cattle herders, hunters and opposition supporters descended on the Spanish capital of Madrid on Sunday to protest against the environmental and economic policies of Spain’s center-left government which they say , harm rural communities. Sunday’s protest was organized by Alma Rural 2021, a platform representing more …

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The Joplin Humane Society welcomes its new volunteers | KSNF/KODE

JOPLIN, Mo. – The Joplin Humane Society welcomes its new group of volunteers. They are now able to help the shelter in its daily operations. “We want to give volunteers all the skills they will need to be successful. Skills on how to stay safe, how to interact with animals …

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How a trans, non-binary punk band is reinventing political music – University Times

Cancer fears, transphobia and an encounter with the police as a black trans person. This convergence of unfortunate events was the start of a trans and non-binary punk band, You Guys Suck Like Real Hard. Shut up. Thank you. – known as YGSLRHSTFUT to shorten it. Artists often have strong …

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DeAngelo leads Hurricanes to 6-3 win over Rangers | Sports News

By BOB SUTTON, Associated Press RALEIGH, NC (AP) — Tony DeAngelo didn’t miss an opportunity to show his former team what he’s been up to this season. DeAngelo had a goal and two assists as the Carolina Hurricanes beat the New York Rangers 6-3 on Friday night. “It was obviously …

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Guardian and Observer charity appeal for climate justice tops £1m | Society

The generous readers of Guardian and Observer have raised over £1million for four charities fighting for climate justice and working with communities badly affected by climate-induced extreme weather events. A late increase in donations, coupled with a four-day extension, helped push the 2021 charity appeal to £1,005,000 before it closed …

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“Right”: the fallout from the dispute between the NUS and the CISA

UTSSA will not renew its partnership with CISA (Council of International Students Australia) in an escalation of disputes between student unions across Australia and the organization. In December last year, NUS severed ties with CISA over a soured relationship described by then-General Secretary Param Mahal as an “unsuccessful” partnership. Others …

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Emmanuel Macron fills up on Europe

On the eve of Emmanuel Macron’s remarks to the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, on Wednesday, rumors swirled that some of the parliamentary groups would reshuffle their speakers to use their time in the podium to criticize the French president. The rumors weren’t wrong. What is usually a formality for …

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Could Silvio Berlusconi return as Italy’s next president?

Silvio Berlusconi gestures before a 2016 soccer match between his AC Milan and SS Lazio in Milan, Italy. Marco Luzzani | Getty Images Italy is about to begin the process of electing a new president, with a number of old faces among the contenders, including former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi. …

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Kentucky Humane Society receives $15,000 donation

Two dogs, Ethan and Travolta, were rescued from death almost exactly one year apart. The donation came from the sale of dog treats created in Ethan’s honor. LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Ethan the dog, whose story of triumph captured the hearts of the Louisville community last year, just celebrated another milestone. …

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A car-free London is within reach | Hirra Khan Adeogun

LLast Friday everyone living in London was told to avoid strenuous physical activity. An area of ​​intense high pressure meant that pollutants were being captured in the air, rather than being carried away as usual. The government predicted that the highest level of pollution – band 10 – would be …

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Who is the King of Florida? Tensions rise between Trump and Ron DeSantis

For months, former President Donald J. Trump quietly grumbled with friends and visitors to his Palm Beach mansion about a rival Republican power center in another Florida mansion, about 400 miles north. Governor Ron DeSantis, a man Mr. Trump believes has put on the map, has acted much less like …

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Reviews | Will Biden lose the fight for the right to vote?

Is there a path to 60 votes? Yuval Levin, opinion writer and director of constitutional studies at the American Enterprise Institute, thinks so. Both parties, he argues, should be able to set aside concerns about voter suppression and voter fraud — issues “that barely exist,” he says — to deal …

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A sustainable source that benefits climate, industry and society – EURACTIV.com

As the world battles climate change, it is imperative that all elements of society, from governments to businesses to citizens, work together. In Japan, this principle is deeply rooted. It even has a name: “Sanpo Yoshi”, a centuries-old Japanese theory that a business can and should benefit society as a …

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