Grant to finance documentaries on Macedonian cemetery, Johns Creek

JOHNS CREEK, GA – Several members of the Johns Creek Student Leadership Class of 2023 will become Documentary Personalities in the coming year thanks to a recently awarded grant in Georgia Humanities. Student Leadership Johns Creek worked with the Johns Creek Historical Society and Mercer University to apply for the …

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Parkinson’s support group to meet in person on Thursday, June 17

DAILY Al-Anon and Alateen: Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Al-Anon meetings will be held virtually until further notice. For more information and links to local meetings, visit https://wilmingtonncal-anon.org/, email wilmingtonais@gmail.com or call 910-338-9059. For national information, https://al-anon.org/. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): 24 hour response service. Meets daily; call for time …

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A critique of the Apostles of Change

Review: Apostles of change Radical Latino politics, religious professions and the struggle to save the neighborhood By Felipe Hinojosa University of Texas Press Buy on Bookshop.org We remember the 1960s and early 1970s as a time of rapid social change, boundless optimism, and passionate activism. But some stories from that …

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Carter G. Woodson Lycecum to Host Online Public Lectures at the Institute on Black History Teaching – The Parthenon

Marshall’s Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum invites the tri-state community to attend two special lectures during his Institute on Black History Teaching, one celebrating Juneteenth, the other recalling the role important played by Woodson and others in the struggle to educate African Americans. The conferences will take place on Saturday …

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BritBox’s summer lineup includes newly acquired “Luther” with Idris Elba

The BBC BritBox service presented its summer list which involves new acquisitions like Luther will arrive on the streaming service in July. The psychological thriller series stars Golden Globe winner Idris Elba as a maverick detective working for the Serious Crime Unit. The streamer will also receive the Sean Bean …

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Eight Best Miami Gay Pride Events 2021

^ I support Local Community Journalism Support Miami’s independent voice and help keep the future of The New Times free. It’s been a tough year for LGBTQ + people already. On the first day of the pride month, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed Florida’s Fairness in Women’s Sport Act place. …

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Psychiatry Must Get Right With God

At the start of the pandemic, economist Jeanet Bentzen of the University of Copenhagen looked at Google searches for the word “prayer” in 95 countries. She identified that they had reached an unprecedented global high in March 2020, and that the increases have occurred alongside the number of COVID-19 cases …

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General education and majors in the humanities

A few weeks ago, Chad Orzel said on Twitter that just like colleges have science classes for non-majors, they should have humanities classes for non-majors. The idea was that many humanities courses are taught at a level that involves specialization, which can deter people who do not plan to specialize. …

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NOTICE: What is a life worth? | Notice

When you think about looking at drug addiction as a medical problem, the question of morality comes out of the equation – of course, you would be helping someone die. But why not someone who dies of an overdose? The Jones County Sheriff’s Department made its third Narcan stop two …

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