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Alumni Alliance for Freedom of Expression Tackles ‘Culture Cancellation’

Several groups of alumni are forming a collective alliance to defend academic freedom and mobilize others to fight for freedom of expression, which they say is “under attack”. The Alliance for Freedom of Expression Alumni, launched by groups of alumni of the Freedom of Expression of Cornell University, Davidson College, Princeton University, University of Virginia and University of Washington and ...

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Waukesha School District Suppresses Speech from LGBTQ Students

The Waukesha School District faces a potential lawsuit on top of another. The district is already facing a lawsuit for failing to protect students from COVID-19. Now it might be walk on First Amendment, the rights to freedom of expression too. A grassroots organization called Alliance for Education in Waukesha is organizing a petition against the superintendent and starting the ...

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“We are not machines”: Hollywood workers ready to strike for better conditions | American unions

At the start of the pandemic, Hollywood productions came to a screeching halt, leaving many workers out of work before things started to pick up with Covid-19 safety protocols in place. Since then, Hollywood workers say they have worked long hours and endured increased workloads, including mind-boggling work due to social distancing; wearing and distributing personal protective equipment during long ...

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shadow minister criticizes Kathleen Stock for being the administrator of the LGB Alliance | transgender

The shadow Minister for Equalities has entered into controversy over Sussex philosophy professor Kathleen Stock, criticizing the academic’s role as administrator of an activist group accused of campaigning against trans. Stock has sparked protests against his views on gender identification and was the victim of a poster campaign on the University of Brighton campus last week that accused him of ...

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Fallout Continues Gruden’s Resignation via Email |

The NFL has no plans to make public the hundreds of thousands of emails it received in connection with an investigation into the Washington Football Club, some of which led to the resignation of the Las Vegas coach. Raiders Jon Gruden. “Based on the documents we reviewed, we did not identify anything that should be reported to club or league ...

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Kennedy Center strikes deal with Stage Crew Union, avoiding strike – NBC4 Washington

The show will continue to Kennedy Center. The center reached an agreement with a union representing part of the crew and machinists, thus avoiding a strike. The union ratified the deal on Saturday. The new three-year agreement covers issues such as compensation and benefits. According to a press release from Local 22 of the International Alliance of Theater Workers (IATSE), ...

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Fritz Pollard Alliance responds to Jon Gruden’s comment

LAS VEGAS – The head of the Fritz Pollard Alliance, a watchdog group that advocates for diversity in the NFL, said Jon Gruden’s remark in 2011 about players’ union leader DeMaurice Smith was indicative of racism on many levels. professional sport. Rod Graves, the Alliance’s executive director, also hinted at the search for discipline for Gruden. A Wall Street Journal ...

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EXPLAINER: Why are the elections in Iraq important to the world?

BAGHDAD – Sunday’s Iraqi elections present enormous challenges: the Iraqi economy has been battered by years of conflict, rampant corruption and, most recently, the coronavirus pandemic. State institutions are failing, the country’s infrastructure is collapsing. Powerful paramilitary groups increasingly threaten state authority, and hundreds of thousands of people remain displaced after years of war against ISIS. While few Iraqis expect ...

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African Union to start talks with WHO on malaria vaccine deployment on continent

A logo is pictured outside a World Health Organization (WHO) building during a board meeting on the update on the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Geneva, Switzerland, April 6, 2021. REUTERS / Denis Balibouse / File Photo NAIROBI, Oct. 7 (Reuters) – Africa will begin talks with the World Health Organization to get the continent’s first approved malaria vaccine as ...

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