Take action on food justice | CTV News – CTV News Toronto

Take action on food justice | CTV News – CTV News Toronto

Take action on food justice | CTV News  CTV News Toronto

new children’s book addresses issue of school attendance | Dubuque

new children’s book addresses issue of school attendance | Dubuque

new children’s book addresses issue of school attendance | Dubuque | kwwl.com We recognize you are attempting to access this website from a country belonging to the European Economic Area (EEA) including the EU which enforces the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and therefore access cannot be granted at this time. For any issues, contact … Read more

Toronto celebrates 50 years of Ismaili Muslim community in the city

Toronto celebrates 50 years of Ismaili Muslim community in the city

Sheherazade Hirji during a ceremony honouring the Aga Khan’s contributions to the city, at the Ismaili Centre, on Sept. 25.Cole Burston/The Globe and Mail She has been a lawyer, a manager of philanthropic foundations and a diplomat in Afghanistan, but Sheherazade Hirji has not forgotten that late afternoon nearly 50 years ago when she was … Read more

The U.S. Is Running Short of Land for Housing

The U.S. Is Running Short of Land for Housing

In the Sunbelt, the hottest commodity isn’t oil, copper or gold. It is land. And rancher Robert Thomas has plenty of it. Mr. Thomas’s family owns about 11,000 acres of ranchland northeast of Tampa, Fla. His grandfather, who owned newspapers and ran a minerals-exploration business, bought much of it for 10 cents an acre in … Read more

Community libraries that lend things promote neighbourhood sharing and reduced consumption

Community libraries that lend things promote neighbourhood sharing and reduced consumption

Two new community initiatives offering the opportunity to borrow everything from chainsaws to party supplies are aiming to reduce waste and bring back the tradition of neighbourhood sharing. At the Tools ‘n’ Things Library in Leederville, Perth, the local community can bypass the hardware store and simply borrow the things they might need around the … Read more

Book review: ‘Lido Shuffle’ | Community

Book review: ‘Lido Shuffle’ | Community

Book review: ‘Lido Shuffle’ | Community | bgdailynews.com We recognize you are attempting to access this website from a country belonging to the European Economic Area (EEA) including the EU which enforces the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and therefore access cannot be granted at this time. For any issues, call 270-781-1700.

As Migrant Buses Take Thousands North, Some Embrace Free Ride

As Migrant Buses Take Thousands North, Some Embrace Free Ride

Three days after Yordalis Bermudez crossed the Rio Grande into Texas, she and her family faced the same daunting question thousands of migrants do each day: what to do next. “I didn’t have any idea where I was going to go,” said the 22-year-old Venezuelan native, who arrived with her husband and infant son. Ms. … Read more

Is LA for all? Los Angeles government launches an anti-hate campaign – Annenberg Media

Is LA for all? Los Angeles government launches an anti-hate campaign – Annenberg Media

Executive director of the Civil + Human rights and Equity Department Capri Maddox speaks on the importance of recognizing all of the diverse communities of Los Angeles and gives ways that you can take part in this campaign. A USC Adjunct Professor and journalist talks about the history of anti-Asian hate crimes in Los Angeles … Read more

Is LA for all? Los Angeles government launches an anti-hate campaign – Annenberg Media

Is LA for all? Los Angeles government launches an anti-hate campaign – Annenberg Media

Executive director of the Civil + Human rights and Equity Department Capri Maddox speaks on the importance of recognizing all of the diverse communities of Los Angeles and gives ways that you can take part in this campaign. A USC Adjunct Professor and journalist talks about the history of anti-Asian hate crimes in Los Angeles … Read more

Hong Kong Responds on ‘Seditious’ Children’s Books

Hong Kong Responds on ‘Seditious’ Children’s Books

Sept. 21, 2022 1:22 pm ET Children’s books are pictured during a news conference after five people were arrested on suspicion of conspiring to publish ‘seditious material’ with the intent of inciting public hatred towards the government among children, in Hong Kong, July 22, 2021. Photo: TYRONE SIU/REUTERS We strongly condemn the unfounded criticisms in … Read more