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Alston takes on 2 challengers in Sumter District 1 School Board race

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second in a series of nine Sumter School District seats to be elected in November. Each week leading up to Election Day, The Sumter Item will analyze a district (also called a zone) race and interview candidates on the ballot. All applicants will be contacted. …

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Cangrade announces patent for removing bias in hiring AI

WATERTOWN, Mass., Sept. 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cangrade, a bias-free recruiting and talent management solution, was recently granted patent 11429859 for its breakthrough process for mitigating and removing biases from artificial intelligence (AI). With Cangrade, organizations can confidently remove bias from their talent selection decisions and accurately predict candidate …

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Critical Illness Insurance Market Set to Fly High in Coming Years – InsuranceNewsNet

New Jersey, United States — (SBWIRE) — 09/10/2022 — The latest published critical illness insurance market research assessed the future growth potential of Critical illness insurance market and provides useful information and statistics on the structure and size of the market. The report aims to provide market insights and strategic …

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Illinois 13th Congressional District Abortion Candidates

Illinois 13th congressional district candidates Nikki Budzinski (D) and Regan Deering (R). Provided Candidates for Illinois’ 13th congressional district shared their plans Thursday on what action they would take — and not take — on abortion if elected in November. The newly drawn 13th congressional district includes parts of St. …

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The road to reform for the Nigerian economy – GIS Reports

The next Nigerian government will inherit several daunting challenges, and it is not yet clear whether abundant resources will translate into growth. Inflation in Nigeria soared after rising energy costs following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. ©Getty Images × In a word Under President Buhari, the Nigerian economy has declined Ethnic …

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a century-old report on race in Chicago

This month marks the centennial of “The Negro In Chicago,” a blue ribbon commission’s report on a race riot that plunged the city into four days of murderous anarchy in 1919. A dozen civic leaders – half black and half white – were tasked with finding the roots of the …

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Warren, NJ school board fails to pass new health program

WARREN TOWNSHIP — Another local school board voted to ignore updated state education standards, as board members deadlocked over whether to approve a new curriculum for health and physical education for 2022-2023. At Monday’s meeting, an attorney for the Warren Township School Board discussed the potential consequences the district could …

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Are Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping the same? – PRIO Blogs

Democracy and the separation of powers are in decline. In many countries, individuals have taken all the power into their own hands. This is particularly true for Russia and China. Vladimir Putin used his power to invade Ukraine. Recently, Xi Jinping practiced the encirclement of Taiwan. Could Xi be …

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AP courses could clash with laws that target critical race theory

Scientific theories to justify racism. Laws and Supreme Court decisions that denied equal rights to black people. The imperialist view that the Anglo-Saxons were called by God to civilize the “savages” of the world. These topics could all sound like material from a course on systemic racism or critical race …

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African-American Roundtable: Community Members Deserve Direct Power Over Public Resources | WUWM 89.7 FM

Milwaukee County and the City of Milwaukee will pass budgets for 2023 in the coming months. According to the City of Milwaukee’s website, the legal deadline for passing the budget is Nov. 14. The grassroots African American Roundtable (AART) group advocates for a community-centered, community-driven approach to budget deliberations. city.milwaukee.gov …

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New report identifies local housing policy solutions that

Washington, DC, Aug. 23, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — As overall housing availability and affordability plummet at a record pace across the United States, millions of renters face skyrocketing rents, to unhealthy living conditions and the threat of eviction. A new report from CityHealth, an initiative of the Beaumont Foundation and …

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DEI Charter a welcome introduction for the industry

PETALING JAYA: The World Federation of Advertisers (WFA), of which the Malaysian Association of Advertisers (MAA) is a member, officially presented the Diversity, Equality and Inclusion (DEI) Charter for Change at recent Cannes Lions held in France. The objective of the charter is to lead concrete actions and improve the …

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Rantz: Seattle equity movement punishes white men for pushing race-based marijuana licensing

The Seattle City Council and Mayor are upset that too many “cannabis businesses are predominantly owned by white males.” They have a plan to tackle the problem in the name of “cannabis fairness”. The council says white men operate 87% of the city’s pot shops. This statistic is supposed to …

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American Genocide and Bigotry Shaped Nazi Race Law

Hitler’s American Model by Yale Law School professor James Whitman is a 220-page bombshell. This reading should be compulsory in all high schools. It tells the story of how German lawyers studied American law, culture, and history to develop the legal foundations of German fascism. There is only one hero …

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New Jersey proceedings are ‘overloaded’ in environmental justice rule

A draft of landmark environmental justice rules has New Jersey manufacturers and labor groups saying too many community members would be considered overwhelmed by pollution. For environmental justice advocates, that’s the point. In five public hearings in July, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection heard criticism and praise for …

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Doug Lodder: How to Prevent the Economic Climate from Deepening the Digital Divide: Broadband Breakfast

One good thing has come out of the pandemic: Politicians across America have finally recognized that internet access in 2022 isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity. And Congress stepped in and passed the bipartisan Infrastructure, Investment, and Jobs Act, devoting more money than ever to closing the digital divide. The …

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Keep your foot on the accelerator for clinical trial diversity

The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered rapid innovation and adoption of new methodologies and practices in clinical trials. It also allowed the world to see the difficulty of ensuring diversity and access to these trials – a challenge we have faced for many years. Biopharmaceutical innovators, life science technology companies, and …

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Craig Settles: If You Can’t Offer Free Internet, Consider Telehealth: Broadband Breakfast

vice president Kamala Harris personally rallied state governors – “everyone is on deck” to enroll more homes in the Federal Communications Commission’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). This Friday, the FCC will likely authorize a $100 million grant program to help boost the numbers. The White House went online nationwide to …

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Black hair bias laws are spreading, including in a handful of red states

The days of employers treating black hairstyles and textures as unprofessional may be coming to an end, as laws banning race-based hair discrimination spread rapidly among states and a federal proposal awaits action. of the Senate. Massachusetts became the latest state to pass a version of the CROWN Act with …

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Modernize to survive | VentureBeat

Couldn’t attend Transform 2022? Discover all the summit sessions now in our on-demand library! Look here. The race for technological modernization is now a race for survival. That’s why, according to a new study from Infosys, 70-90% of the legacy systems that exist today will be modernized within five years. …

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What can national and local authorities do in the face of climate change?

Comment this story Comment In the coming weeks, the California government is expected to release regulations requiring all new cars sold in the state to be electric or zero-emissions by 2035. The regulations would be the first of their kind in the United States. Gas-powered cars accounted for 41% of …

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OP-ED | The new political catchphrase: “parents’ rights”

BARTH KECK As we approach the Connecticut primaries on August 9, the political rhetoric is heating up. In addition to the abundant television commercials, I have noticed increasingly popular language that has been thrown around by many Republican candidates discussing education: parental rights, parental choiceor a variation thereof. “In order …

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Advocate IL Schools Should Adopt Restorative Justice Policies / Public News Service

The start of the fall semester is fast approaching for Illinois students. As children return to class, an advocate urges school administrators to consider alternatives to traditional disciplinary action. Michelle Day, founder and CEO of Nehemiah Trinity Rising, a nonprofit that helps organizations create and implement restorative justice practices, has …

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Rep. Andy Biggs unveils bill to block Czar’s funding of Biden’s global stocks

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! FIRST ON FOX: Rep. Andy Biggs on Tuesday unveiled legislation prohibiting the White House from using taxpayer dollars to fund “woke” initiatives overseas. Biggs, R-Arizona, said the bill was needed to stop President Biden from forcing other countries to adopt the Democratic …

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Samsung is still slipping behind TSMC in the race to manufacture chips

When Samsung Electronics declared it would become the world’s leading chip-making foundry, it did so with the confidence one would expect from South Korea’s largest company. However, three years later, arch-rival Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co captured a larger market share, prompting Samsung to replace several executives. Samsung said on June …

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Maryland Congressional Delegation Members Announce $95 Million in Federal Funding for Broadband Expansion

July 15, 2022 Federal funding is provided through the Capital Projects Fund, established by the American Rescue Plan Today, U.S. Senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin and Congressmen Steny H. Hoyer, Dutch Ruppersberger, John Sarbanes, Kweisi Mfume, Anthony G. Brown, Jamie B. Raskin and David Trone (all D-Md. ) …

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Oxfordshire: Firefighters rush to the scene of a ‘large pile of mud’ fire

Firefighters rushed to the scene of a large mudpile fire this afternoon. Crews from Eynsham Fire Station and Wheatley Fire Station rushed to the scene of the blaze to discover a large pile of burning mud. Firefighters acted quickly on the blaze, which was in the open air in Charlton …

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Foster Parents Wanted in Allen County

LIMA — Right now in Allen County, children are waiting for a safe and happy home. The two main reasons they are in need are parental domestic violence and substance abuse. The system is full. There are 39 children placed in 18 foster families. That’s why Children’s Services has organized …

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Racial healing tops agenda as Episcopalians converge on Baltimore for their 80th churchwide convention – Baltimore Sun

Racial reconciliation and healing will be key issues on the agenda this week when a major religious denomination brings its national convention to Baltimore. About 120 bishops and more than 1,200 clergy and parishioners will converge on the Baltimore Convention Center on Friday for the 80th annual general convention of …

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Our verdict on Ferrari’s baffling Leclerc strategy

Ferrari’s Formula 1 title hopeful Charles Leclerc gained six points over Max Verstappen in the British Grand Prix – but also had to beg for team orders behind slower team-mate Carlos Sainz and was left on old tires for a late restart in the lead. So while Sainz won on …

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After the Uvalde shoot, tech companies are touting their solutions. But do they work? | Technology

After the mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, an all-too-familiar question arose: how do we stop such a horror from happening again? A handful of companies said they had technology solutions that could help. Among them was the drone company Axon, which promoted a remote Taser device …

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Dallas Approves Map Keeping Most Council District Lines Intact

Dallas council members on Monday unanimously approved an updated map of the city’s district boundaries that will last for a decade. They only had three days left to do so. The council had until Wednesday to approve the new district boundaries, otherwise the version recommended by the redistricting commission would …

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Ofsted reveals state of childcare – exceptional progress to vulnerable child with razor blades

Children’s homes and childcare services have been in the spotlight in recent weeks. There are calls to cut back on the “obscene” profits made by private companies that earn millions caring for vulnerable children. In May, we reported that Birmingham Children’s Trust chief executive Andy Couldrick blasted the ‘unacceptable’ way …

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Fact check 5 claims in the Supreme Court’s final decision on Roe v. wade

Ending 50 years of federally protected abortion access, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled June 6-3 to overturn Roe v. Wade, giving states back the power to set their own laws. “The Constitution makes no express reference to the right to obtain an abortion…” the June 24 ruling said. “We are …

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5 Potential Pitfalls for NIL Collectives to Avoid in College Sports | Fisher Phillips

Nearly a year has passed since the NCAA’s unprecedented adoption of its interim policy removing longstanding restrictions on student-athletes who wish to cash in on their name, image and likeness (NIL). Since then, countless sponsorship, marketing and other financial opportunities for student-athletes – at all levels of college sport – …

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👨🏿‍🚀 TechCabal Daily – Uber cares

UBER LAUNCHES APP UPDATES FOR DRIVERS AND PASSENGERS Uber is accelerating the features its Kenyan drivers can access. The global ridesharing company will introduce new app features for drivers. One will allow Uber drivers to choose a route or neighborhood where they want to operate, and another will allow passengers …

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Will Palin return to DC? A look at how his campaign style aligns with and differs from Trump’s | Columnists

Sarah Palin came out on top in last weekend’s primary to replace longtime Alaska congressman Don Young (who died in March). She now qualifies for the general election scheduled for August 16. Palin’s 2008 vice presidential campaign heralded the ascendancy of the populist wing of the Republican Party. His campaign …

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Position of the Manusher Jonno Foundation on the Anti-Discrimination Bill

The fundamental mandate of the Manusher Jonno Foundation (MJF) is to address issues of marginality and exclusion in the country. Since 2004, the MJF, with the support of UKaid, has been working with the Dalit/Harijan community to empower them to claim their rights themselves from service providers and gain access …

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AMA adopts new policy linking poverty-level wages to health problems

CHICAGO — With one in 10 people in the United States living in poverty and with many working people unable to afford the essentials they need to stay healthy, the American Medical Association (AMA) today adopted a policy at the annual meeting of its House of Delegates affirming that poverty …

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Presidential campaign must not reduce debate to cheap sentiments of religion and ethnicity – Lukman

Salisu Mohd Lukman June 11 (THEWILL) – National Vice President, northwest of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Salihu Mohd Lukman, has warned that for the country to move forward, the 2023 presidential campaigns must not reduce important debates to sentimental considerations of ethnicity and religion. The former chief executive …

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How gun violence affects a child’s health

Pediatricians affiliated with the Miller School of Medicine and the Mailman Center for Child Development discuss the effects of gun violence on the health of children and adolescents. In the United States, more than one-third of children live in homes where guns are present, reports the American Academy of Pediatrics …

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LA Releases Finalized LA River Master Plan –

Los Angeles County unveiled its latest Los Angeles River Master Plan in May, which the County Board of Supervisors will vote on June 14. The plan aims to improve water quality, increase wildlife habitat and biodiversity, and create equitable access to parks. | Photo courtesy of LARiver.org AFTER nearly 30 …

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Love Without Words: The Silent Narrative of Heartstopper

CW: abuse, racism Among the Many Interesting Moments From Netflix’s Latest Big Hit Heart stroke, the one that I found particularly revealing about the texture of the series is in the last episode, when the two protagonists Nick (Kit Conner) and Charlie (Joe Locke) are seated next to Alice Oseman …

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66 runners started a 100 mile race in Maine. Only 19 finished.

Early in the morning of May 14, a group of 78 runners stood in the parking lot of Androscoggin Riverlands State Park in Turner. Twelve of those runners were preparing for a 20-mile loop as the first of five runners from the relay teams competing that day. The other 66 …

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Women of the world call for peace – scheerpost.com

These women are all leading in new ways, showing us a path to peace and disarmament. They call on us to wake up and unite to remove nuclear weapons from the face of the Earth. Presented May 10, 2022 by Women Transforming Our Nuclear Legacy, a coalition of women leaders …

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Black students and teachers say Buffalo attacks show need to teach about race

Placeholder while loading article actions Ever since 10 black people were massacred in her hometown of Buffalo simply for being black, Sophia Howard-Johnson can’t stop thinking about this quote from author Rachel Cargle: “White feelings should never be held in held in higher esteem than black lives. Howard-Johnson, a black …

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Madison Cawthorn concedes in NC-11 congressional race

HENDERSONVILLE A barrage of scandals appeared to cost Rep. Madison Cawthorn her seat on Tuesday, as State Senator Chuck Edwards narrowly led the incumbent to the Republican nomination in the western district of North Carolina that l sent to Congress two years ago. Cawthorn left his campaign headquarters in Hendersonville …

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Global Online Clothing Rental Market Demand and Analysis by Major Manufacturers 2022-2030

The Online Clothing Rental Market size was valued at USD 1.39 Billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 3.13 Billion by 2030 growing at a CAGR of 8.9% from 2022 to 2030. online allows people to rent clothes for a certain period from a huge collection of clothes. …

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Federal health tech leaders want to mine data for greater fairness

Designing a technology infrastructure with its target communities in mind increases the chances that these groups will adopt it. This, in turn, promotes greater equity in health care systems – a recurring message at last week’s 22nd ACT-IAC Health Innovation Summit. The Biden administration has repeatedly called for equity considerations …

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Vettel and Schumacher diplomatic on a “chaotic” shunt at the end of the race

It was on lap 53 of the first-ever Miami Grand Prix when friends and compatriots Mick Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel collided as they battled for 9th place, ending their chances of finishing in the points. And while both drivers were frustrated at not finishing in the top 10, each didn’t …

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What is the recently convened Arria Formula meeting at the UNSC?

The Arria Formula Forum has enabled non-members of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to engage in dialogue with UNSC member states since 1992, first institutionalized by UNSC Chairman Ambassador Diego Arria. During the Venezuelan presidency of the Council in March 1992, Ambassador Arria was contacted by Fra Joko Zovko, …

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Remembering Lois Greene, “woman warrior” who fought racial injustice and raised a multiracial family

Lois Greene. Courtesy of the Greene family Lois Amy Chase Greene passed away peacefully on November 10, 2021, at the age of 76 at Kaiser Hospital, Antioch, California. His sons, Jordan and Zack, were by his side. Lois and Ron wedding invitation. Courtesy of the Greene family Lois was born …

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A new Sri Lanka, or more of the old? – The Island

by Uditha Devapriya What happens to a mass uprising when it loses its radical potential? He loses direction, focus and the will to continue. The protests unfolding in the country have crossed ethnic and social divides, unifying disparate classes and groups that once waged war on each other. A middle-class …

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‘Racial equity’ is a ‘central principle’ in allocating US bailout funds at state and local levels: US Treasury

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! The US Treasury has made ‘promoting racial equity’ a ‘central principle’ in its decision-making on spending billions of dollars in state and local aid from the 2021 US Bailout Act (ARP) of President Biden. After Biden signed the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief …

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Utah GOP Delegate Still Hoping for Abortion, Family Values ​​Platform Adjustments | News, Sports, Jobs

Harrison Epstein, Daily Herald Delegates await the start of the Republican State Convention at the Mountain American Convention Center in Sandy on Saturday, April 23, 2022. MARRIOTT-SLATERVILLE — Bob McEntee’s proposals to change the Utah Republican Party’s platform on abortion and family values ​​may have fallen through …

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Slovenians vote in a tight race between populists and liberals

LJUBLJANA, Slovenia (AP) — Slovenians cast their ballots Sunday in parliamentary elections expected to be a close race between Prime Minister Janez Jansa’s ruling right-wing populist party and opposition Green Liberals in the politically divided nation of LJUBLJANA. ‘European Union. About 1.7 million voters will choose from a range of …

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Soludo, Uzodimma, Ikpeazu, others preach peace, unity at Easter | The Guardian Nigeria News

• Declare security urgency now, Nnamani tells FG Anambra State Governor Charles Soludo marked his 30 days in office yesterday, warning criminals and other undesirable elements in society to choose between war or peace. Soludo assured that the state will continue to thrive on the trajectory of growth, peace and …

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Why They Love To Hate ‘The Kashmir Files’

For anyone who thought that the partition and subsequent adoption of a democratic Constitution had somehow settled the debate over the idea of ​​India, as something defined by the values ​​of “civic constitutionalism”, such as the described recently a former vice president of India, the recent success of the film …

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HGTV orders six new series for 2022-2023 programming slate – Deadline

HGTV is expanding its lineup for its 2022-2023 programming slate with the greenlight of six new series. According to HGTV, the new content will feature “time-sensitive renovation projects, a wider range of renovation and design budgets, more diverse personalities, globally inspired design perspectives, and a compelling story about a couple …

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Greitens case at center of St. Louis prosecutor’s review

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The 2018 lawsuit against Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens played a pivotal role in his eventual resignation. Now questions about St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner’s handling of the case are putting his career in jeopardy, even as Greitens attempts to make a political comeback. Gardner faces …

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Hopes clash in race for new District 5

The new Congressional District 5 has candidates lining up to face an incumbent from another district who has more than a decade of experience on Capitol Hill. Some Turlock residents will decide on a representative with groups of voters from different parts of California. The east side of Turlock and …

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‘I couldn’t say no’: Selendy Gay co-founder’s Afghanistan rescue effort

A girl sits outside a bakery in the crowd with Afghan women waiting to receive bread in Kabul, Afghanistan January 31, 2022. REUTERS/Ali Khara Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register (Reuters) – When Jennifer Selendy heard about the plight of hundreds of at-risk girls in Kabul, Afghanistan, …

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Ricky Bluthenthal announced as recipient of 2022 Distinguished Social Science Graduate Award

Ricky Bluthenthal (Merrill ’86, history and sociology)—pioneer, advocate and champion of health equity and social justice for disadvantaged and marginalized groups—was named the recipient of the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Award in Social Sciences. The Distinguished Alumni Award in Social Sciences is awarded annually to graduates of the division whose careers …

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UConn Women’s Basketball vs. South Carolina in an NCAA Championship Game

MINNEAPOLIS — The UConn women’s basketball team will play its 12th national championship game and first since 2016 against South Carolina on Sunday night. The game will hold a mirror up to the Huskies and Gamecocks – a direct comparison of how each team has grown since facing each other …

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When ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ Made Jewish Oscar History

In 1948, when the film version of her story, “Gentleman’s Agreement,” won the Best Picture Oscar, Laura Z. Hobson was a 47-year-old divorced Jewish single mother living in Manhattan. The success of “Gentleman’s Agreement,” which was serialized in Cosmopolitan in 1946, published by Simon & Schuster in 1947, and produced …

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Judge blocks lawyers’ anti-bias rule, finds threat to free speech

(Reuters) – A federal judge in Pennsylvania on Thursday again blocked the state’s passage of an anti-harassment and discrimination professional rule for lawyers, backed by the American Bar Association, ruling it threatens the rights freedom of expression for lawyers. In a 78-page ruling, U.S. District Judge Chad Kenney in Philadelphia …

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Group mobilizes support for Igbo Extraction Chairman – Blueprint Newspapers Limited

A group under the aegis of the Peoples Democratic Party Coalition has rallied support for a Nigerian president of Igbo descent in 2023. Chief Emeka Kalu, the group’s national coordinator, said in a statement that the prose work “Animal Farm” composed by George Orwell was political literature that exposed the …

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Paper Orphans: Giving a Voice to Children Stolen for Illicit Adoption

Comics artist Lisa Wool-Rim Sjöblom was in her thirties when she learned she was a “paper orphan”. Born in South Korea, and taken to an orphanage before being adopted into a Swedish family at the age of 2, Sjöblom was separated from her mother due to her single status. Poverty, …

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The global Holter Monitor Market https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/ip-telephony-market-A12276 was valued at USD 452.32 Million in 2020, growing at a CAGR of 9.56% over the forecast period ( 2022

PUNE, India, March 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — According to the Absolute Markets Insights report, the product segment has dominated the Holter monitor market and is expected to maintain its dominance over the forecast period. The growth of this segment can be attributed to the adoption of advanced technologies to increase …

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EU adopts sweeping legal protections for Ukrainian refugees, as UN warns of racial discrimination at borders – JURIST

The European Union voted unanimously on Friday to introduce a broad range of legal protections for refugees fleeing war in Ukraine – an announcement that follows accusations of racial discrimination against refugees of color by EU officials. UN and human rights activists. According to the United Nations High Commissioner for …

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Adoption of a difficult national local language in a politically polarized Ghana – KNUST Lecturer

Ghana’s adoption of a local dialect as its official language may not come about due to the country’s political division. The allegiance of the two main political parties, the New Patriotic Party and the National Democratic Congress, to a particular ethnic group can hinder the processes of official acceptance of …

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Paxton, Bush head to runoff in Texas GOP attorney general primary

The race for the Republican attorney general nomination in Texas is heading to a second round. Incumbent Attorney General Ken Paxton and State Lands Commissioner George P. Bush were forced into a runoff after neither candidate got 50% of the vote in Tuesday’s primary. The other Republican candidates, former state …

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Circus of off-road entertainment coming to NASCAR in Austin

A high-flying dog circus, medieval-style showdowns, pig races and other off-road fun are all coming to town for NASCAR race weekend at Circuit of the Americas this spring. While the drivers lining up for the EchoPark Grand Prix Automobile Triple Weekend (March 25-27 at Circuit of the Americas) will remain …

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Russia steps up censorship campaign and pressures tech giants

As Russia attacks Ukraine, authorities in Moscow are stepping up a campaign of censorship in the country by crushing some of the world’s biggest tech companies. Last week, Russian authorities warned Google, Meta, Apple, Twitter, TikTok and others that they had until the end of this month to comply with …

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Moab to Host Nation’s First-Ever Single-Track Bikejor Race | get out and go

The first-ever singletrack bikejor race in the United States will take place in Moab the weekend of March 5. Wait—bikejor? Imagine a dog sled race on dry land, with one mountain bike instead of a sled and two dogs instead of 16. The “Western Singletrack Trail Dog Challenge” will be …

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South Korea’s presidential race puts misogyny in the spotlight

For years, South Korean women made slow but steady progress in the workplace as they faced an entrenched culture of male chauvinism and harassment. But this extremely tight presidential race, which culminates on March 9, has exposed the fragility of what has been won. Top conservative candidate Yoon Suk Yeol …

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Let’s go to Brandon’s origin, explained: How a NASCAR interview unintentionally sparked anti-Joe Biden expression

Brandon Brown won his first NASCAR Xfinity Series race in October 2021. He finished first in the race, his 114th on the circuit, and was understandably thrilled. “Oh my god, this is a dream come true!” Brown cried out during his post-race interview on NBC. Brown probably expected this to …

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Georgian parents and teachers at the end of their tether to limit talk of race

“There’s room in my classroom – whether you’re moderate, conservative or liberal – to engage in debate, engage in disagreement,” said Aireane Montgomery, who teaches a high school ethnic studies course at public schools across the country. Gwinnet County. Attempts to curb racial discussions are misguided, she said, because classrooms …

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Tony Evers’ State of the State address pushes tax refund plan

MADISON — Democratic Gov. Tony Evers announced during his state of the state address on Tuesday that he is extending the University of Wisconsin tuition freeze for another year. As he prepares for re-election, the first-term governor also said he would call a special session to pressure Republicans who control …

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How the ocean could be key to carbon-capturing technologies to fight climate change

The ocean covers more than 70% of the planet. And unfortunately, it is rapidly acidifying thanks to harmful carbon dioxide emissions emitted from industrial smokestacks, the exhaust pipes of gas-guzzling vehicles and other modern technologies, and then absorbed by seawater. About 22 million tons of carbon dioxide end up in …

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Massachusetts college program calls on white students and professors to be ‘co-conspirators’ in ‘racial justice’

The University of Massachusetts-Amherst is running a program for white students to become “co-conspirators” for racial justice, and will take time to deal with “white sentiments.” “White Allies Against Racism: How to be a co-conspirator for racial justice”, is a program organized this spring by the University of Massachusetts Amherst …

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We must remain vigilant against attempts to colonize the Indian mind

Dear Editor, There is a booklet circulating on the Internet called “One Guyana: Extracts from Glimpses of a Global Life” by Shridath Ramphal. The link: http://sirshridathramphal.com/domain/index.htm The “One Guyana” ideology is promoted by the PPP government as a model for the future of our country and sees our diversity of …

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A Less Recognized Cause of Our Underdevelopment | Print edition

Views) : Two days ago, the country celebrated 74 years since independence. For most of the country’s 22 million people, it was not a day of celebration. They experience serious economic difficulties, are deprived of the essentials to live and are not sure of their means of subsistence. Third World …

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The Winter Olympics, a complex homecoming for the Chinese diaspora

BEIJING (AP) — When Madison Chock looks out here in the Chinese capital, the U.S. Olympic ice dancer sees glimpses of herself. “Every time I’m on the bus, I look out and study the city and imagine my roots are here, my ancestors are here,” says Chock, whose father is …

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Washington football team changed names as commanders

“Color is a powerful measure of loyalty and an indicator of a brand,” O’Hara said. The team colors are “unique, and that’s what they are,” he said. He said the Commanders name is consistent with the large military presence in and around Washington, DC, although O’Hara said the name sounded …

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NOTICE: HB 1747 provides a pathway to keep families together

by Jamerika Haynes-Lewis At 50, Shrounda Selivanoff saw herself doing a lot of things. Most recently, she became director of public policy for the Children’s Home Society of Washington (CHSW). This is in addition to his work as a community advocate for children and families. However, raising a newborn was …

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Petition by Abkhaz NGOs against Russian law on foreign agents – Civil.ge

More than 350 Abkhaz activists and ordinary citizens have filed a petition against the upcoming Foreign Agents Law, pushed by Moscow as part of its 2020 deal with Sokhimi on a joint socio-economic agenda. The plain-language petition, addressed to Kremlin-backed Abkhazian leader Aslan Bzhania, ‘Prime Minister’ Alexander Ankvab and President …

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5 Takeaways from the Next District Leader Survey

As the search for San Francisco Unified’s next superintendent is underway, the firm hired to help find the next school leader surveyed nearly 2,000 people across the city to get feedback on the district and what they are waiting for their next leader. The search is urgent, with current superintendent …

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Social innovation based on collaboration between government and non-governmental organizations in the COVID-19 crisis: evidence from Iran | Infectious diseases of poverty

Innovation is a necessity of civilization. The new circle of global development in the present era is witnessing broad innovation-based competition for access to scarce and limited resources that secure the path for long-term and sustainable growth of society. Applying the word innovation to a phenomenon assumes that its appearance …

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People of color with COVID get monoclonal antibodies less often

Over the past two years of the pandemic, there have been deep racial and ethnic disparities, with some communities of color having COVID hospitalization and death rates more than double those of other groups of people. Now, a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests that there …

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The best books and podcasts for gay parents

For the last year or so, my partner and I have been scouring the internet to find everything we can about gay parenting, and I’m not going to lie – it’s not exactly that simple. It can be extremely frustrating to dig so much to find basic information and stories …

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Why 2022 is the year of pay transparency

The days of pay transparency as a taboo subject are numbered. Open sharing of employee wages may soon become the norm in businesses large and small as employers seek to create more equitable workplaces where people in comparable roles receive similar wages. That’s according to LinkedIn’s annual list of big …

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World Bank assesses first 2022 Canadian dollar sustainability bond

Studying abroad comes with many challenges, which can be difficult for international students to deal with. With the rapid increase in study abroad, the establishment of unity has become vital in the education system. Diversity transcends differences in culture, race, ethnic group, etc. While unity in diversity apparently refers to …

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Female physicians more likely to adopt telehealth early

A study published last week in JAMA network open found that although the vast majority of physicians in a large regional health system had made the transition to include virtual care in their practice by December 2020, some were more likely to be early adopters than others . Researchers at …

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UN resolution is welcome initiative

The adoption of UN Security Council Resolution 2615 should serve as a respite for the Taliban in their quest to consolidate their position by ensuring good governance and addressing US / EU and US concerns. other important capitals. The resolution grants a one-year exemption for “humanitarian assistance and other activities …

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Shree expands its international presence with two new stores in the United Arab Emirates: Sheetal Kapoor –

In conversation with Woman’s Era, Ms. Sheetal Kapoor, Co-Managing Director, SHR Lifestyle Pvt. LTD. talk about their brand Shree — The Indian Avatar and their journey to success. How did the SHREE brand come about? Could you please share your journey and experience to success? We have identified a lack …

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EU works to amend genocide denial law responsible for Bosnia crisis | Bosnia and herzegovina

Senior EU officials are working behind the scenes to “correct” a new law in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) that criminalizes denial of the massacre of 8,000 Muslims in Srebrenica, after privately concluding that it risked rekindling a new regional conflict. Milorad Dodik, the Serbian member of BiH’s tripartite leadership, has …

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Dabur sows ‘real’ seeds for a healthy snack

The leading juice brand has now added chia and pumpkin seeds to its portfolio. With this, it aims to bring millennials and Generation Z into its fold. A few years ago, the Indian food industry witnessed a new trend where consumers suddenly realized that the indigenous crops grown in India, …

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FG seeks partnership with private sector to accelerate SDGs | The Guardian Nigeria News

The federal government called for a partnership with the private sector to create innovative technology hubs that would help the country meet the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. The Minister of State, Budget and National Planning, Prince Clem Agba, made the call yesterday during the United …

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What students learned over a year from a more diverse curriculum in Manchester schools

The regime’s first anniversary sparked calls for further reform. A year ago a Manchester MP supported a more diverse program for local schools A project to diversify the Manchester schools curriculum marks its first anniversary. Register to our ManchesterWorld Today newsletter Newsletter cut through the noise One in three schools …

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Luzerne County Council faces busy agenda in addition to budget passage

In addition to passing a 2022 budget, Luzerne County Council is due to vote tonight to fill a vacant seat on the director search committee, close legal fees in a dispute involving the district attorney’s seat, and decide on a lease related to the settlement of another lawsuit. It is …

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The pseudo-Uighur court – CGTN

Editor’s Note: Alfred de Zayas is professor of international law at the Geneva School of Diplomacy and was United Nations independent expert on the promotion of a democratic and equitable international order 2012-18. He is the author of ten books, including “Building a Just World Order”. The article reflects the …

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Trucks Catch Up in Autonomous Vehicle Race, Auto News, ET Auto

In the year to December 6, total investment activity in autonomous logistics vehicles quintupled to $ 6.5 billion, from $ 1.3 billion in the same period in 2020 , according to the PitchBook starter data platform. By Nick Carey and Paul Lienert OXFORD: We’d all be spinning around in the …

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Poor critical communication | Coeur d’Alene Press

The Idaho education official said there was a communication problem when she told local Republicans that the Coeur d’Alene school district was one of the “worst offenders” in the city. teaching of critical race theory. State Superintendent of Education Sherri Ybarra made the comment during a 15-minute presentation Nov. 23 …

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ASUN Endorses University of Nebraska Anti-Racial and Racial Equity Plan

The students passed the bill unanimously December 2, 2021 12:34 P.M. LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – The UNL student government has unanimously approved a bill that would support and pass the University’s new racial equity plan. The plan was created to address the inequalities that Blacks, Browns and Indigenous people faced. …

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The Tour de France champion narrowly misses the Turkey Trot podium

Runners will be forgiven if they missed it. Nestled among those who wear felt turkey hats, the guy dressed up as a bottle of wine (I see you, Matt Villano, Democratic press contributor), 47 dogs, a goat and two cats who lined up for leading the very festive Turkey Trot …

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For most of my life, I didn’t feel like a “real Asian”. Everything has changed this year.

Growing up, I never thought about being adopted. This is something that happened a long time ago and is why I don’t look like my white parents, but that’s about it. It’s the missing piece of the puzzle that puts others at ease. It’s the fact that I stashed it …

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The NHS racing body is committed to avoiding general terms such as ‘BAME’

An independent body set up by the NHS to tackle health inequalities has formally pledged never to use general acronyms such as ‘BAME’ after receiving comments that they are not representative. The NHS Race and Health Observatory launched a four-week consultation with the public in July on how best to …

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