Monthly Archives: September 2021

How has COVID-19 derailed the fight against diseases of poverty?

By Imraan Valodia, Dean of the Faculty of Business, Law and Management and Director of the Southern Center for Inequality Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand The COVID-19 pandemic has worsened global inequalities. The world’s poor have borne the brunt of national lockdowns and will struggle to recover, and …

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Opinion: cancer survivor denounces “toxic positivity”

Six years later, Bowler is the author of a remarkable and earth-shattering new book, filled with the wisdom she gained during this heartbreaking journey. In “No Cure for Being Human (And Other Truths I Need to Hear)”, she reflects on the epidemic of denial that causes so many of us …

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Luna Community College and Mesalands Community College Announce Interest in Collaborative Shared Services for Higher Education | KAMR

SANTA FE, NM (KAMR / KCIT) – Two more colleges in New Mexico have announced their interest in joining the Collaborative for Higher Education Shared Services, or CHESS. Luna Community College in Las Vegas, NM, and Mesalands Community College, in Tucumcari, are exploring the possibility of joining the nonprofit, CHESS …

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Kenya Moore on Dancing with the Stars, Split: RHOA

Bravo Insider Exclusivity! Create a free profile to get unlimited access to exclusive videos, sweepstakes and more! Register for free to view Kenya Moore has faced its fair share of ups and downs over the years, including her recent divorce from Marc Daly, with whom she shares her 2-year-old daughter, …

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Owner / breeder Miller brings Covid vaccine to Africa

Where others see insurmountable challenges, Johnathan Miller sees opportunities. This is what led him to serve as president of the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation, where he worked to help cut the slaughter pipeline and provide a safe and humane retirement to hundreds of equine retirees. That is why, in 2004, he …

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The voice of the community:

Our small town of Rohnert Park experienced a tragedy last week that no one wants to experience. Condolences to the family during their period of mourning. Suicide is the second leading cause of death among young people aged 10 to 19 in the United States, and rates of youth suicide …

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Downstream Ramblings: the heart and soul of the community | New

COCHRANTON – Traces of yellow and orange have started to appear on the trees, an unofficial announcement that fall is upon us. This annual event will soon reflect the magnificent transformation of the landscape. Few of us are not eager to enjoy these customs associated with the fall harvest. Before …

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Half of Kenya’s unemployed give up looking for work

Economy Half of Kenya’s unemployed give up looking for work Thursday, September 30, 2021 Graduates line up for job interviews. PHOTO FILE | NMG By CHARLES MWANIKIMore from this author Summary The majority of those who left employment are aged 20 to 24 with 363,018, followed by 25-29 with 232,146. …

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Biden Appoints Global HIV / AIDS Coordinator, Adds Members To Team

WASHINGTON – With the goal of defeating HIV by 2025 nationally and pledging to redouble efforts to fight the disease globally, President Joe Biden has put in place officials to make that happen. The White House kicked off the week with the announcement that John Nkengasong, who was a senior …

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Where you will – and will not – need to show proof of vaccination in PEI.

Prince Edward Island’s Vax Pass policy goes into effect on October 5, which means some businesses, services and events are required to verify a person’s proof of vaccination to gain access to their location or facility. their environment. Children under 12 are exempt as they are not currently eligible to …

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