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“I’m not alone”: survivors organize against sexual violence in Colombia | Sexual violence

Children are now playing football on the pitch where the lives of El Salado residents have completely changed. In February 2000, around 450 paramilitary fighters stormed this small Colombian town. They forced people to leave their homes to go to the field and started drumming and drinking alcohol stolen from …

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Biden, Schumer Work Quickly to Confirm Judges and Counter Trump’s Overhaul of Federal Judiciary

The push comes after former President Donald Trump, together with then Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, appointed more than 200 federal justices and three Supreme Court justices during his tenure. Federal judges are appointed for life and serve long after a president leaves office. Six months after Biden’s presidency began, …

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Improving outcomes and addressing health disparities in cancer care

Through Marissa Fors, LCSW, OSW-C, C-ASWCM, CCM Cancer patients face many barriers to care, including financial, psychosocial, and practical barriers. Health disparities also prevent patients from receiving optimal treatment. To be an effective case manager, healthcare professionals must have a clear understanding of the definition of this role, the overall …

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American parishes strive to bring Catholics back to Mass in person

Washington DC – Simply lifting the dispensation from the obligation of Sunday Mass as the coronavirus pandemic eases will not be enough to get Catholics to return to church, and some dioceses and Catholics are actively working to bring people back. “Just opening our doors and waiting for people to …

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Child Tax Credit Fourth Stimulus Check and Live Updates: Is It Happening in July? Eligibility, how much, opt-out, tax refund …

RP push child tax credit Lawmakers pushing for a permanent extension of extended credit vowed at an online press conference earlier this week to continue to pressure the IRS and get the word out to those who need it. “We are worried – we want people to know that,said U.S. …

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Despite multiple amputations, Sandra Davila remains positive and shares her story to help others – Riverside, CA

Corpus Christi, Texas – Sandra Davila was hospitalized last June. “I had a fever, aches, chills, and of course it was the peak of the coronavirus, so I thought that could be it,” she said. However, it was strep, not COVID-19, that caused her symptoms. Bacteria entered the bloodstream and …

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Support Groups – Fort Bragg Advocate-News

Please send announcements to events@advocate-news.com. All phone numbers are area code 707 unless otherwise noted. AA (Alcoholics Anonymous): 877-546-9286. Al-Anon: All conference call meetings: Al-Anon Parents Sunday, 7 p.m. 1-503-300-6851, Conf. Code 628355. Monday Fort Bragg Al-Anon, noon, 1-651-369-9478, Conf. Code: 559765. Wednesday Mendocino Al-Anon, 6:30 p.m. 1-651-369-9478. Conf. Code …

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Over 60? Stop ruining your brain doing this

You’ve probably seen that Hallmark card that says something like, “You don’t get older, you get better!” But the idea isn’t just a molasses feeling, you can actually make it happen, especially in terms of brain health. Science has discovered that there are specific steps you can take to keep …

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LGBTQ in China Deplore ‘Dark Day’ After Social Media Crackdown | Censorship news

Chengdu, China – A week ago without warning, WeChat, a popular social media platform in China, permanently suspended the official accounts of more than a dozen university LGBTQ groups, sparking new debate over the country’s already threatened community . The suspensions have widely affected groups almost entirely led by students, …

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Saudi Research & Media Group Announces Transformation Strategy Focused on Platform Expansion and International Partnerships into Five New Verticals

DUBAI: While gender stereotypes like “standing man” are universal, cultural and societal norms add an extra layer of complexity to men’s mental health and their willingness to seek help. The Men’s Health Forum, a charity that researches and advocates for men’s health in the UK, points out that 12.5% ​​of …

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