Marion’s social justice activists call for action and unity

The Marion Alliance for Racial Equity hosted its first event of the year, focusing on the theme of unity Caleb mccullough Jul 17, 2021 7:20 PM Marion Alliance for Racial Equity co-founder Janessa Carr speaks at a Marion Unity rally at the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection on Saturday. The rally was organized by the Marion Alliance for Racial Equity. ...

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Arlington County Board of Directors unanimously votes to rename Lee Highway

At a board meeting on Saturday, the Arlington County board of directors voted unanimously to rename Lee Highway to Langston Boulevard, named after abolitionist John Mercer Langston. Arlington County officials voted unanimously on Saturday to rename Lee Highway to Langston Boulevard, named after abolitionist John Mercer Langston. Langston was also the first Dean of Howard University Law School. The highway ...

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Stop treating hobbies as a productivity hack

Christopher Anderson / Magnum As Europe recovered from World War II, philosopher Josef Pieper wondered about leisure. “A time like the present,” he admitted, “seems at all times not to be a time to talk about leisure. We are engaged in rebuilding a house, and our hands are full. But such paybacks, according to Pieper, were also an opportunity for ...

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Couple run a mobile ax throwing business

HOMEWORTH – Got an ax to tune? Maybe Traci and Scott Finnegin can help. The Homeworth couple run a mobile ax throwing business that brings the activity popular at fairs, festivals, parties and corporate events in Alliance and surrounding areas for ages 18 and up. After:Find your core target at the Cantonese All American Ax Throwing They discovered ax throwing ...

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BPaL treatment remains effective against tuberculosis, according to Zenix trial by TB Alliance

Read the article The results of the study were presented ahead of the oral presentation of the abstract at the 11th IASHIV Scientific Conference next week. The TB Alliance’s ZeNix trial in South Africa and Eastern Europe aimed to reduce linezolid exposure and optimize a 6-month treatment plan. ZeNix, a Phase III clinical trial conducted at 11 sites in Georgia, ...

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Inge Hoffmann | Obituaries | Gloucester timetable

Inge Schneier Hoffmann May 16, 2021 Cambridge – Inge Schneier Hoffmann died on May 16 at her longtime home on Washington Avenue in Cambridge, MA. She was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1929, the only child of her Jewish parents, Joseph and Szerina Schneier, who immigrated to the United States at the age of 11, after the annexation of Austria ...

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Thursday: Surveillance, climate package, network manipulation, end of fleet & Windows 365

While an expert opinion criticizes “spyware against students” in the supervision of online digital exams, the EU climate package is also criticized for its phasing out of fossil fuels. Meanwhile, many civil rights organizations have agreed on a “People’s Declaration” and call for an end to “manipulative machines” on the Internet. Twitter is shutting down its self-destructive tweets called “Fleets,” ...

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17 Nominated for the Fernando Award

17 nominees for the Fernando Award | San Fernando Valley Business Journal Wednesday July 14, 2021 The Fernando Prize Foundation on Wednesday announced 17 nominees for this year’s Fernando Prize. “This is one of the largest and most diverse candidate pools in Fernando’s history,” said Fernando Award Foundation co-chairs Mark Levinson and Pegi Matsuda. “It shows that despite the challenges ...

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Home care workers demand better jobs.

More than 200 home care workers, advocates and partners gathered in Federal Square yesterday afternoon for the #CareIsEssential rally. They demanded better union jobs with decent wages. They also stressed the urgency of prioritizing an industry led by women of color in stimulus packages. At a press conference held before the rally, US Democratic representatives Robin Kelly and Jan Schakowsky ...

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