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The Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Perfect Venue for Your Event
By Boby · 2 weeks ago
Introduction: Organizing an event brings a mix of anticipation and stress, a whirlwind of excitement and anxiety. One of the most critical decisions you'll make during the planning process is choosing the perfect venue. The ...
Tailing Dam Failures: Looming Threat, Devastating Consequences
By Gemma Ellithorn · 1 month ago
A Tailing dam is a large structure, with walls typically built from earth, clay, and rock to form a large pond or lake. They are used for storing waste liquids left over from leach mining ...
EMPOWERING LIVES WITH HOPE & MERCY FOUNDATION
By Hope And Mercy Foundation · 3 weeks ago
At the Hope & Mercy Foundation, our mission is simple yet profound: to bring hope, mercy, and transformative change to the lives of those in need. Our foundation is built on the principles of compassion, ...
Race Relations in America
By Larry Farmer · 4 weeks ago
Race Relations in America Early in Obama’s first administration it seemed as if race relations in America were entering a new, positive phase. I was teaching at Trinity High School, and we had an evening ...
Demystifying Local Law 11: Understanding Compliance Requirements for Building Owners
By Isla Hall · 1 month ago
Local Law 11, also known as the Facade Inspection Safety Program (FISP), is a critical regulation in New York City aimed at ensuring the safety and integrity of building facades. Compliance with Local Law 11 ...
Deadly shooting in Jacksonville Beach
By Laura Gump · 1 month ago
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JACKSONVILLE, Fla. –Jacksonville police are investigating shooting incident at Jacksonville Beach Prompts Investigation and Questioning Jacksonville, FL - August 6, 2023 - The Jacksonville Sheriff's Department is currently conducting a thorough investigation ...
How the Manhattan D.A. is changing Politics in America
By Dr. J. E. James, Phd, Jd, Llm · 1 month ago
The Manhattan District Attorney's office has been the center of attention in the political world recently, and for good reason. The DA's decision to investigate and potentially prosecute former President Donald Trump and his businesses ...
The Somkhele Community fight against against coal mining expansion: voices from the frontline
By Sifundo Dlakude · 2 months ago
The Somkhele Community fight against Tendele Coal Mining expansion: voices from the frontline For decades, coal has been both a blessing and a curse for the community. While providing jobs and economic stability, it has ...
How Corruption is Destroying Development in Africa
By Ray Klanderman · 3 months ago
Economies plagued by a significant degree of corruption, characterized by the abuse of power through financial or authoritative means to attain specific objectives in unlawful, deceitful, or unjust manners, lack the ability to thrive as ...
Fighting for Equality: The Empowering Legacy of Women in MMA
By Sumiko Nakano · 3 months ago
In celebration of International Women's Day on March 8th, it's fitting to shine a spotlight on the remarkable journey of female warriors in the realm of mixed martial arts (MMA). This special day, dedicated to ...
What Happens if Houthi vs US Led Operations takes another turn involving Russia and China? Regional wide impact.
By Dalab, Ahmed · 3 months ago
What Happens if Houthi vs US Led Operations takes another turn involving Russia and China? Regional wide impact. Overall, terrorist organizations like Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and Somali pirates stand to benefit from the ...
Why America Needs More Moderate Republicans
By Joseph Toney · 4 months ago
America is a nation founded on the principles of democracy and diversity, where differing opinions and perspectives are meant to contribute to a vibrant political landscape. Unfortunately, in recent years, the political climate has become ...
What Don't Fellow Eginiran's Know About Project 9G
By Niroy Gabtec Eginira · 4 months ago
The Nigerian High Performance Artist and Convener of Youthful Inclusive Leadership and Governance, Emmanuel Chike Gabriel visited the state house in Abuja around November of last year to notify President Tinubu through his Chief of ...
The 2023 Survey of Public Perceptions of the Disabled - Supplement
By Robin Akins · 6 months ago
"No one cares about disabled people because people aren't educated enough about us." Sounds harsh. However, it's just one of many answers from our 2023 disability survey that gives insight into the present state of ...
Highlights from IMX 2023: A Milestone For Global Music Industry Collaboration
By Roy Chen · 5 months ago
SHANGHAI, January 08, 2024 – The 3rd annual International Music Expo (IMX) concluded on a triumphant note, running from October 19th to November 10th, 2023. This year’s event united hundreds of industry professionals and musicians ...
Nuke in Da Boyz kills thousands
By Donna Jindstadt · 5 months ago
On January 4, at around 9:50 AM, a nuclear bomb was dropped on the border between Duoville and El Goblino which has killed an estimated 50,000 people. This is due to the raging conflict between ...
From Importer To Exporter: The Shifting Geopolitics Of U.S. Energy Policy
By Alexander Hoogsteyn · 5 months ago
The United States has undergone a remarkable transformation in recent years, reshaping its energy landscape from a net importer to a net exporter. This shift has profound implications for the country’s foreign policy, especially when ...
The Dark Side of Globalization: Inequality, Conflict, and the Struggle for Resources
By Soheil Hassani · 6 months ago
The article is about the issue of globalization and the problems and inequalities it creates, with a particular focus on the issue of war. It explores how globalization has led to cultural clashes and discusses ...
Are Implicit Biases Underlying Negative Impressions of the Disabled?
By Robin Akins · 7 months ago
Implicit Biases Role in Negative Perceptions of the Disabled Implicit biases greatly influence an individual’s perceptions. Such biases are underlying attitudes and associations. These biases have a significant impact on the behavior towards different social ...
Implicit Biases: What They Are and Why They Are Important
By Robin Akins · 7 months ago
Did you know that unconscious prejudice impacts as much as 95 percent of the population? We tend to trust people who look, act, and believe the same way we do, and you may be aware ...