The New Yorker Arundhati Roy: ‘The pandemic is a portal’ The novelist on how coronavirus threatens India — and what the country, and the world, should do next © AP Who can use the term “gone viral” now without shuddering a little? Who can look at anything any more — a door handle, a cardboard […]
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Pinterest TRAUMA & CHILDREN IN FOSTER CARE: A COMPREHENSIVE OVERVIEW This article is from Volume 5, Issue 4 of Forensic Scholars Today, a quarterly publication featuring topics from the world of forensic mental health. Click to view or save a PDF of this article. Child abuse is a global epidemic, distressing millions of children across […]
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We took to the streets of Wall Street in southern Manhattan in New York City, and we had a large group of believers all ready to reach the lost. Follow along on our adventures. Thanks for subscribing to the channel!
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One of the biggest scares today is the word– “GLOBAL”. Why? The global trend of events continue to muster into outrages surprises. Maybe the dark, greedy cabal globalist are aiming to undermine everyone with fear to gain full control over people worldwide. Who are the globalists? The fallen judicial systems, corporations, scientists, politicians, business investors, […]
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Jon Bon Jovi Opens JBJ Soul Kitchen at Rutgers Newark By KAYLA RIVAS (2020) Newark, NJ — Jon Bon Jovi and wife, Dorothea, opened their first JBJ Soul Kitchen on a college campus at Rutgers University-Newark to address college students’ struggles with food insecurity. The Rutgers University-Newark campus marks the third location in New Jersey for JBJ Soul Kitchens after […]
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‘Castaways’ in motor homes feel stranded on society’s fringe A man stands outside his battered trailer along Broadway in an unincorporated section of southern L.A. County. Shortly afterward, he was arrested for outstanding warrants and his home was towed away.(Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times) Volunteers clean up homeless camp infested with garbage. Image source […]
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(Ally Foster, New York Post) “30 Warning Signs That You Are Dealing With Someone Evil” Many people like to believe that they are a good judge of character, but sadly, that’s not always the case. There’s nothing worse than finding out that someone you thought you could trust is apparently nothing like what you believed them […]
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Coming home to find your house unexpectedly empty can leave you with a lot of alone time for your mind to wander.. youtube.com.
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Luisa Tam If you think millennials are a lazy, entitled and commitment-phobic crowd of youngsters incapable of growing up, you are not alone. People like to moan and groan about millennials and are quick to pass harsh judgment and stereotype this so-called Generation Y. But let’s not lose sight of the real story and ignore […]
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Image: http://video.newyorker.com The vagabond ecosystem is changing thanks to cellphones, Wi-Fi, Craigslist and Google Maps.MICHAEL PORTUGALOn Reddit, he’s /u/huckstah, an administrator on /r/vagabond, a subreddit with nearly 10,000 members—many of them identify as “homeless”—who trade skills and stories. On “the road and the rails,” he’s Huck, and even after we speak twice by cellphone, he […]
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