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Meet the 2024 Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholars Cohort
Meet the five remarkable students named to the Class of 2024 cohort of Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholars at American University.
Source: Meet the 2024 Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholars Cohort
Exclusive: Emel Mathlouthi’s Latest Album is a Heartfelt Plea to the World | Vogue Arabia
Team Lioness: the Kenyan women rangers risking their lives for wildlife | Environment | The Guardian
Team Lioness, a patrol unit among 76 rangers from the local Maa community. Their job is to protect wildlife from poaching, trafficking in bushmeat and human-wildlife conflict.
“I risk my life to spare their life [wildlife],” says Amleset, who is on a regular 20km patrol to visit the local community, tracking and recording GPS coordinates of wildlife sightings, as well as threats like snares or any suspicious activity along the way.
“I grew up here with wildlife as our friends. We are thriving together. The water point, we share together with wildlife. The grass we use to herd the cattle, [we] herd together with wildlife,” she says.
Eunice Mantei, 20, says: “You know before, us females in our community we were seen as a weak point. In our society we are not recognised, our worth is just to give birth and take care of the children. But now we have been recognised.
“We are working in the same field like men … Our families depend on us, [whereas] before they used to depend on men solely. Now … I can use my salary to educate my younger brother … to give my mother good health and raise the standard of my family. That feeling of being recognised drives me to be a female ranger.”
Source: Team Lioness: the Kenyan women rangers risking their lives for wildlife | Environment | The Guardian
Indigenous Americans had contact with Polynesians 800 years ago, DNA reveals | World news | The Guardian
Whether peoples from what is today Colombia or Ecuador drifted thousands of kilometres to tiny islands in the middle of the Pacific, or whether seafaring Polynesians sailed upwind to South America and then back again, is still unknown. But what is certain, according to a study in Nature, is that it took place hundreds of years before Europeans set foot in either region, and left individuals scattered across what became French Polynesia with signature traces of the New World in their DNA.
Source: Indigenous Americans had contact with Polynesians 800 years ago, DNA reveals | World news | The Guardian
Monument For Traitors – Gulf South Free Press
Lincoln basically founded the Republican Party…..and now the GOP is defending the very traitors that Lincoln had to face……why is this? Plus it is pointed out that many of our earlier presidents owned slaves……yes they did but not one of them fought in a war against the USA…..
There is nothing left to say……traitors do not deserve monuments or admiration or some “patriotic” nonsense…
It is simple….they were traitors….PERIOD!
Inoreader – Dakota Access Pipeline to Shut Down Pending Review, Federal Judge Rules
The ruling, a victory for the Native American and environmentalist groups who oppose the pipeline, said that it must be emptied of oil by Aug. 5.
Source: Inoreader – Dakota Access Pipeline to Shut Down Pending Review, Federal Judge Rules
Mimi Writes…….: July 4, 2020 ~ Which Flag Will You Wave?
First, I have to focus on surviving. I can’t speak for you, but I’m waving a flag for humanity too. That we will SEE what’s important so that we can finally cross this bridge whole and in one piece – truly free. It starts with me. Wearing my mask. Washing my hands. Staying home. Listening to doctors and scientists. Doing my own research. Listening to my healthcare team. Being careful. Doing my best. Loving my neighbor as myself. Source: Mimi Writes…….: July 4, 2020 ~ Which Flag Will You Wave?
Opinion | Soledad O’Brien on the Racism Faced by Journalists of Color – The New York Times
We refuse to be benched or tainted as activists or deemed incapable of objectivity, while white reporters are hailed for their “perspective” on stories.
It’s been 52 years since the Kerner Commission declared: “The press has too long basked in a white world, looking out of it, if at all, with white men’s eyes and a white perspective. That is no longer good enough.” You don’t get another 52 years. Time’s up on hiring and promoting and giving us voice. We can’t stand it anymore. I’m optimistic that the public will agree.
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