16 Ways to Celebrate Black History Month Around DC

Photograph by Dan Swartz. There is a lot Ways to celebrate Black History Month around DC: Expand your spirit with a lecture on Afrofuturism, attend a powerful choir concert, or cook Gullah Geechee-style crab-fried rice while learning about the culture of Africa. South. Here are some ideas on how you …

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Facebook bans “sexual” emojis

San Francisco: Facebook and Instagram have banned the use of “sex” emojis such as eggplant and peach on their platforms. The guidelines state that taboo emojis cannot be used to represent sexual activity and that naked body parts cannot be covered in playful symbols. This decision aims to suppress sexual …

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US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate Urges Family Of Navy Veteran With Mesothelioma To Rather Than Roll The Dice On Compensation – Please Call Karst von Oiste Lawyer Erik Karst For The Best results – they could exceed $ 1,000,000

WASHINGTON, November 19, 2020 / PRNewswire / – The U.S. Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate says, “We urge the wife or adult son-daughter of a Navy veteran who has just been diagnosed with mesothelioma not to start ordering ‘free’ booklets, kits, guides, calculators and all. the other nonsense on the internet, …

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New National Foundation for Infectious Diseases survey highlights need to build confidence in COVID-19 and influenza vaccines among communities of color

“In the midst of the pandemic, we must continue to focus on increasing vaccination rates among those at higher risk of serious complications, including black adults, many of whom have chronic health conditions that put them at risk. at greater risk, “said Patricia N. Whitley-Williams, MD, President of NFID and …

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Get to know the prairie chickens – AgriNews

The Get to Know the Prairie Chickens program will take place on April 2 at 10 a.m. The great Prairie Chicken is a prairie bird known for its unique spring courtship ritual. This program will discuss the life history of prairie chickens and the work that maintained populations in Illinois. …

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