Virginia Humanities Council announces scholarships for HBCU fellows

Scholars of color affiliated with Virginia State University and other historically black colleges and universities will be able to apply for scholarships in the humanities through a grant announced by the state’s humanities council on Friday. According to a statement from Virginia Humanities, the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation’s $ 500,000 …

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More services are needed for victims of domestic violence

LIHU’E – There are not enough services in Kaua’i for victims of domestic violence, according to the program officials concerned. Kaua’i YWCA Executive Director Renae Hamilton-Cambeilh said one of the biggest barriers for victims of domestic violence is the lack of affordable housing. “There are resources that we can help …

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‘Kenyan Christian Queer’ is a powerful departure from despair

Ugandan LGBT refugees pose in a protected section of Kakuma refugee camp in northwest Kenya (Photo by Sally Hayden / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images) Adriaan Van Klinken is a leading voice in LGBTI studies, with a particular focus on the role of religion, particularly African Christianity. Through …

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Research Institute aims to bring various “new storytellers” to the digital stock market | Nebraska today

The University of Nebraska – Lincoln is preparing to welcome 23 emerging scholars from institutions serving minorities to an intensive interdisciplinary institute that will explore the platforms, tools, designs and ethical issues surrounding digital humanities projects in ethnic studies. “New Storytellers: The Research Institute for Digital Ethnic Studies” will begin …

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Richmond Public Library: X and Y Chromosome Variation Awareness Month

The X and Y chromosome variations are genetic disorders. They affect growth and development and cause permanent disease which results in impaired ability of an individual to learn and delayed development of the central nervous system and body condition. Every day, 20 children in the United States will be born …

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Dr Zlabinger of York selected as Andrew W. Mellon Fellow – York College / CUNY

Mellon TLH Fellows collaborate to develop “active, creative and participatory learning practices and educational research”. They work together to share and develop active, creative and participatory learning practices and educational research designed to engage our CUNY students and help ensure their success in and beyond the classroom. Mellon TLH Fellows …

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Central Alberta group supports survivors of LGBTQ sexual violence – Red Deer Advocate

New support groups for members of the LGBTQ community recovering from sexual violence are now available in Red Deer. The Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Center has partnered with the Red Deer Queer Community Association to provide virtual support groups for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, interrogators, two-spirited youth and …

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Casualty launches two new stars ahead of 35th birthday

Victim announced that Osi Okerafor (Death in paradise) and Elinor Lawless (Doctors) join the BBC One medical drama as Alternate Registrar Matthew and Consultant Stevie, respectively. Okerafor’s character Matthew makes his debut this month and has “a history of practicing medicine in hot spots around the world and a deep …

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Studies Show Increase in Local College Graduates Despite Student Financial Challenges – News is My Business

The education of a nonprofit Excelencia research organization on college education in Puerto Rico reveals that the total number of university degrees awarded has increased by 40%, from 31,469 to 44,137 in the past two decades , despite the fact that students are not economical. I did. Grant aid allows …

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Muslim Mental Health Initiative promotes inclusive mental health services

Daily File Illustration by Emma Ruck A lack of representation in the mental health services provided by Northwestern prompted a group of students to launch the Muslim Mental Health Initiative, advocating for more resources on campus. As a Muslim student on campus, Weinberg junior Fizzah Jaffer recalls going through a …

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