Commission launches ‘CharactHer’ campaign to empower all talents in the film and media industries – EU Reporter

President of the Republic of Senegal, His Excellency Macky Sall, welcomes the support of Team Europe and other partners, including the United States and the World Bank Group, in the construction in Senegal of a facility for manufacturing vaccines against COVID-19 and other endemic diseasesPresident of the Republic…

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Christian Motivational Speaker Starts Bank in Response to the Rise of Cancel Culture in the Private Sector – The Jewish Voice

By: Ella Kietlinska & Joshua Philipp Nick Vujicic, a motivational speaker who traveled the world through his organization to speak to millions about his Christian faith, became a co-founder of a pro-life bank after he was kicked out of his bank, a false article was published about him,…

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Reassuringly expensive: top fashion labels bid to lure elite back – The Guardian

Top designers are moving even more upmarket and hoicking their prices in an attempt to make up for losses during the pandemic, it has emerged. The strategy cashes in on a surging demand for luxury from the super-rich, many of whom have grown even wealthier during the pandemic.The…

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Former teacher remains devoted to Mexican American studies – Spectrum News

SAN ANTONIO — Celinda De La Fuente is as West San Antonio as they get, and it’s because life took her family to most of the West Side neighborhoods.  “I didn’t know how - quote unquote - bad it was, I would never call it ghetto, I would never use…

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Non-financial issues gaining importance among shareholders – The Daily Gazette


General Electric Co. got a thumbs-up last month from groups pushing for management support for so-called ESG issues at big, publicly traded companies. ESG is shorthand for environmental/social/governance – non-financial criteria that prospective investors may weigh for a company’s position on, say, climate change, racial justice and executive…

Interview with Erika Sanzi From Parents Defending Education –


I interviewed Erika Sanzi, Director of Outreach, from a group called Parents Defending Education.  Parents Defending Education:”is a national grassroots organization working to reclaim our schools from activists imposing harmful agendas. Through network and coalition building, investigative reporting, litigation, and engagement on local, state, and national policies, we are…

Allegra Chen-Carrel Explores How Groups Can Co-Exist Peacefully – State of the Planet


As a biracial individual, Allegra Chen-Carrel has long been interested in the relationships between people belonging to different ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic groups. Allegra Chen-Carrel is the program manager for the Sustaining Peace Project at Columbia University’s Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict, and Complexity. Chen-Carrel joined the Earth…

Adirondack Diversity Initiative director: ‘It’s about justice, love — and feeling you belong’ –


SARANAC LAKE, N.Y. – After a challenging and at times controversial start, Nicky Hylton-Paterson said recently she’s finally feeling a sense of belonging as a Black woman in the Adirondacks.Born in Jamaica and relocating here from the Bronx in 2019, Hylton-Patterson accepted the job as executive director of…