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The Importance of Letting Out Emotions – My Brain’s Not Broken

The Importance of Letting Out Emotions – My Brain's Not Broken

I remember when I was a kid I heard the term “bottle it up” often when it came to dealing with life’s problems. It’s been a while since I’ve heard it (thanks to friends and family for not taking this approach too often) but it has stuck with me over the years. One of the…

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64 Inspirational Business Quotes for Positive & Uplifting Motivation

Business Motivational Quotes

I was looking all over the internet for business motivational quotes and I couldn’t find any…so this post came to life! As you know, starting a business is not easy and being successful is even more difficult. Many of us have dreams of business, entrepreneurship and financial freedom but the road to get there can…

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Looking at the impact of COVID-19, racism on young Black adults in Quebec – Montreal

Board votes to remove school resource officers from Guelph’s public schools

According to new research released Thursday, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the tragic death of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement that followed have had a profound effect on young Black anglophones in Quebec. McGill University psychologist Dr. Richard Koestner, the author of one of the studies, has spent the last year exploring how…

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The Daring Life and Art of Pioneering Plant Ecologist Edith Clements – Brain Pickings

The Daring Life and Art of Pioneering Plant Ecologist Edith Clements – Brain Pickings

“There is one book that I would rather have produced than all my novels,” Willa Cather rued in her most candid interview about creativity. That book was Rocky Mountain Flowers: An Illustrated Guide For Plant-Lovers and Plant-Users (public library | public domain) by the pioneering plant ecologist and botanical artist Edith Clements (1874–1971). Wildflowers from…

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Leeds city council probes parkin so it can warn school children of its links to the slave trade

The authority is looking into how the traditional ginger cake from Northern England historically includes ingredients, such as sugar, that are 'gained through the triangular slave trade', according to a report (file photo)

Yorkshire puddings! Leeds city council probes local sweet treat parkin so it can warn school children of its links to the slave trade… because it is made with SUGAR Council probing how cake included ingredients that were gained via slave trade It will also review how products such as Yorkshire Tea ‘are reliant on global…

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Bristol schoolchildren will get new book on history of the slave trade in city

Schoolchildren will learn more about Bristol's involvement in the transatlantic slave trade with a new textbook created by teachers and historians. Pictured: Assistant vice principal of Fairfield High School Cashan Campbell, who said that it is important for all students to understand that Black History is not just about slavery

Schoolchildren will learn more about Bristol’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade with a new textbook created by teachers and historians.  It comes after last year’s Black Lives Matter protests and the toppling of the Edward Colston statue.  Eight history teachers in Bristol worked together with Bristol museums and historians to research and write the…

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Suspect arrested for murder of 19-year-old man in Seattle’s CHOP zone last year

Marcel Long, 19

A man has been arrested for murder a year after the fatal shooting of a 19-year-old man during last year’s Black Lives Matter protests in Seattle’s temporary Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP) zone. Lorenzo ‘Lil Renz’ Anderson was shot dead on June 20, 2020 in the six-block area of Seattle that had been taken over by protesters following…

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