Violência contra a mulher comigo!

” Nem sempre uma mulher pode negociar”. Muitas ainda se deparam com essa realidade conflitante que é a violência. O medo e silêncio nos sequestra de quem somos.

A violência não têm hora marcada. Ela não tem cor de preferência, nem escolhe classe social. Ela simplesmente se apadrinha no medo.

Violência faz vítimas.

Não se cale. Denuncie!

Marii Freire Pereira VEM comigo!

Imagem. basta -de-violência

Santarém, Pá, 26 de fevereiro de 2021

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Maszakan. A city that blends Portuguese and Moroccan culture… –

The ancient city of Mazakan, now known as al-Jadida, was built and fortified by the Portuguese, who created a group of fortified and fenced houses as a fortified colony of the Atlantic coast at the beginning of the 16th century, but was later restored by the Moroccans in 1769.

Its strategic location played a major role in raising its value, as it is located on the road to land trade towards India and the Middle East, so it was taken as a port of great ships and the portuguese fleet, from which grain, livestock, leather and tissues are transported, and a series of legends about its discovery have woven a range of geometric shapes that belong to it.

Source: Maszakan. A city that blends Portuguese and Moroccan culture… –

Report: Race, housing insecurity, and COVID-19 are connected – Generocity Philly

(From CLS’ report “COVID-19’s Impact on Race and Housing Security Across Philadelphia: Philadelphia Renters Report”)

Community Legal Services of Philadelphia (CLS) commissioned COVID-19’s Impact on Race and Housing Security Across Philadelphia: Philadelphia Renters Report to identify to what extent Black and other communities of color which are experiencing high rates of COVID-19 are experiencing, or at risk of, eviction and other forms of housing instability.

43% of those surveyed lost employment due to COVID-19, and nearly 60% have lost income (or hours worked) since the pandemic began. Generocity asked Rasheedah Phillips, CLS’s managing attorney of housing policy, what else the city needs to do to aid vulnerable residents.

Source: Report: Race, housing insecurity, and COVID-19 are connected – Generocity Philly

Honeydew dusk


Birds whistle goodbye tunes
For sleep demands submission
Light lingers, fades
A honeydew dusk
Hinting a purplish hammock
That cradles the stars
As clouds sway with unborn tears
Earth below thirsts

Waking moon quivers
In her flight actoss a black brocade
Taking a vow to shine the night
Fireflies spark a velvety horizon
Nuzzling a honeydew dusk..

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Sustainable aviation fuel is the only way forward if we want to keep flying | Paul Callister and Robert McLachlan


The targets envisioned by the Paris Agreement leave no room for fossil fuelled commercial aviation by 2050

Aviation is an important part of the global economy; until Covid-19, it was responsible for 2.8% of global CO2 emissions. In New Zealand, aviation is responsible for an even higher percentage of CO2 emissions, the figure having doubled since 1990 to 13% in 2018. The country’s geographic isolation, transport system, international tourist industry, and globally dispersed families have all contributed to the jump in growth and will make reducing emissions a challenge.

But New Zealand has signed up to net zero emissions by 2050 and enacted the Zero Carbon Act, which aims to implement policies that will limit the global average temperature increase to 1.5C, in line with the Paris Agreement.

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How TikTok Helped a Finnish Baked Feta Pasta Go Viral – The New York Times

Anne Saxelby, the founder and co-owner of Saxelby Cheesemongers, in New York City, was so surprised when a supplier told her that a recipe on the popular video app TikTok had whipped up such a demand for feta that she wouldn’t get her weekly shipment of the cheese.

Ms. Saxelby and her feta maker — Narragansett Creamery, a small Rhode Island dairy — had been swept up in the video recipe phenomenon known as baked feta pasta. It’s an exceedingly easy, extremely creamy oven-baked pasta sauce made with a whole block of feta cheese nestled into a pint of cherry tomatoes, with olive oil, chiles and garlic.