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Opinion: Black Lives Matter Is Democracy in Action

Seshat Mack, a student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and a leader of the Black Youth Project 100’s New York chapter, explained to me that the campaign, called Housing Over Monitoring and Eviction, has relied heavily on local leadership — in particular, black New Yorkers who live in public housing. Continue reading the main story In Chicago, one of the most segregated cities in the country, an “expanded sanctuary” campaign has brought together black people and Latino immigrants to demand an end to punitive practices like the city’s gang database. Activists have argued that the criteria for inclusion is vague and that people often don’t know they’re on the list. A lead organizer in that campaign, Maxx Boykin, underscores the importance of “building trust between people and organizations,” which can happen only on the local level. The fight to end cash bail was bolstered by Mama’s Bail Out Day, a campaign that is the brainchild of the Atlanta organizer Mary Hooks, a director of Southerners on New Ground, a queer social-justice organization. The organizers raised over $1 million to bail out more than 100 low-income black women on Mother’s Day this year. The Movement for Black Lives umbrella group oversaw the effort by pulling in local bail-reform groups […]

Wood & metal treehouse is a modern gem nestled among the trees

This gorgeous one-bedroom dwelling stands in a small clearing of trees in Cape Town, South Africa. […]

City of Tomorrow from 1923 has a great green roof

There are some very good ideas in this vision that we could consider using today. […]

Where is Zika most likely to occur in the US?

In the hope of enhancing prevention methods, researchers have predicted potential Zika hot spots in the continental United States. […]

Watching – Calle J. Brookes

Watching PAVAD: FBI Romantic Suspense, 1 Calle J. Brookes Genre: Suspense Publish Date: April 13, 2012 Publisher: Calle J. Brookes Seller: Smashwords People who preyed on those weaker and more defenseless than themselves deserved whatever punishment was thrown at them. That thought drove Dr. Georgia Dennis in every decision she made, personal and professional. A profiler with the Complex Crimes Unit of the FBI, she was tired of being second-guessed by her boss Michael “Hell” Hellbrook. Once they caught the sociopath responsible for stoning teenaged girls, she was gone from Hellbrook’s team faster than the ink could dry on the transfer papers. Georgia and Hellbrook are hot on the trail of a sadistic killer targeting women and girls with brown hair and brown eyes—women with a striking resemblance to Georgia. Hellbrook will do anything to protect his team, even the woman he never wanted on it in the first place. By keeping her at his side, he grows closer to her until the flame between them erupts and consumes them both. As they get deeper involved with the case and with each other, they do not realize someone else is watching, someone whose descent into madness threatens everyone around them. Is this watcher their killer, or someone much closer? PAVAD: PREVENTION & ANALYSIS OF VIOLENT ACTS DIVISION: PAVAD—the Prevention & Analysis of Violent Acts Division—is a special directorate of the FBI located in St. Louis. PAVAD was formed by Edward Dennis to combat today’s modern crimes in a modern nation. PAVAD consists of only the best of the FBI’s best, and addresses cases involving everything from kidnapping, money-laundering, extortion, all the way up to RICO violations. […]

2016 Missouri Medical Marijuana Vote in Judges Hands

Missouri is my home state and particularly dear to me. I would love more than anything to see this state get a medical marijuana law passed, as passage of a law like this in a state in the middle of America’s heartland could do wonders for Cannabis law reform on the federal level. This week The post 2016 Missouri Medical Marijuana Vote in Judges Hands appeared first on The Weed Blog. […]

Zika virus found in tears

The ironically poetic findings come as researchers are trying to understand why the virus is spreading at such an unusually quick rate. […]