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The Fight Against Human Trafficking Is the One That Must Be Won

On December 29, 2017, President Trump issued a proclamation: January 2018 is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Started by President Obama in 2010, this initiative has served to raise awareness about this crime against humanity. Show More Summary

Lawyer Things to Do for National Slavery and Human Trafficking Awareness Day

Since 2010, the month of January has been designated as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, and in 2007, January 11 was declared as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Awareness Day. If you have any doubts that human trafficking and slavery are still problems, there's plenty of information......

January Is Thyroid Awareness Month

Mount Sinai Doctors Stress Importance of Early Detection and Announce Expansion of Thyroid Services in NYC

Our far flung correspondents: food and water in winter

During National Blue Jay Awareness Month, it’s important to consider whether we’re using best practices in providing food and water in our backyards, to make sure our Blue Jays and all the other birds in our avian communities are safe. Show More Summary

Southern Charm Cast Is Asked To “Tone Down Social Media” To Prevent Spoilers; Thomas Ravenel Was Allegedly Asked To Provide “Dramatic Ending” To Season

Before we know it, we will be blessed with a brand new season of Southern Charm. Obviously the seasons are filmed months before they air, so the fans are already aware of some major plot points. Cameran Eubanks is now a mother. Craig Conover and Naomie Olindo ended their relationship. Show More Summary

Recognizing National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month

There are an estimated 25 million victims of human trafficking throughout the world. To raise awareness of this major issue and the United States’ efforts to address it, President Donald J.

Paul Sorvino on Harvey Weinstein: I'll Kill the Motherf--ker!

If you've been anywhere near the internet in the past three months, then you're no doubt aware of the shocking public disgrace that is the Harvey Weinstein sex scandals. At this point, there are so many accusations against WeinsteinShow More Summary

Learn more about Hawaii Island's volcanoes, including how to avoid becoming a victim of one

Volcanic eruptions are spectacular, to be sure, but they can be dangerous. That’s why January is Volcano Awareness Month on Hawaii Island, home of Kilauea, from which lava continues to flow. Local public safety officials and the U.S. Geological Survey are offering several presentations geared to...

Black Panther Bios Hit The Web

Get ready for the inevitable marketing explosion for Black Panther to hit. With the film hitting next month, Marvel Studios will make damn sure that audiences are more than a little aware of its existence (not that many already don’t know). However, every so often, we get some updates from the unlikeliest of places. In this […]

National Blue Jay Awareness Month

Tonight’s full moon is a wonderful way to start out the New Year. Not only is it slightly larger than normal—a “super moon”—but it also happens on the first day of a month of 31 days, meaning we’ll have a second full moon this very month. Show More Summary

Rebecca Traister Reminds Us That White Guys Who Caused MeToo Response Are Still In Charge

The single biggest social advancement of this year is arguably the #MeToo movement. In a few short months, it has raised awareness of the obstacles and issues women face in the workplace and has felled some very high profile men: Bill...Show More Summary

People Are Actually Producing These Transgender Awareness Videos

Several videos have popped up around online over the past several months in some sort of attempt to raise awareness about transgender people, and how the rest of society should accept and how to react to them. These videos highlightShow More Summary

In the Wake of Diabetes Awareness Month, Time for Something New?

During the recent Diabetes Awareness Month, I read and/or saw hundreds, perhaps thousands, of postings and writings across social and other media sources. All things about education, inspiration, awareness, and advocacy. Incredible and wonderful “happenings.” And yet… I ask myself what has changed? No one is to blame, these are all wonderful. But I always […]

TX: Metro Still Grappling to Find Successful Rail Safety Solutions

Dec. 25--Despite dotting the fronts of light rail trains with color and aggressive education campaigns to raise awareness, Metro logged its second-worst month for train crashes in November. Now, transit officials are planning to step up po

Sheriff McDonnell was not aware of some misconduct, says list of problem deputies is key to reform

Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell learned for the first time about misconduct by some of his own deputies from a Times report this month that examined a confidential roster of problem officers, he said. McDonnell tried to give prosecutors a version of the so-called “Brady list,” but his...

Reflections on Diabetes Awareness Month

Summary: Here are my reflections as I look back over the past 30 days of Diabetes Awareness Month, when I shared messages on social media to educate and advocate for those living with diabetes. For Diabetes Awareness Month I chose to share 30 daily diabetes thoughts and facts, across social media platforms Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram. My goal is […]

A new Overwatch hero has already been teased, according to Jeff Kaplan

A new Overwatch hero has already been teased, according to game director Jeff Kaplan. Support character Moira only dropped last month, but speaking at the 7th annual Funny & Serious Game Festival – where he received an honorary award for his work on World of Warcraft and Overwatch – Kaplan said via PCGamesN: “One of […]

Listen: Olympic Cross Country Skier Kris Freeman Returns

Kris Freeman, who lives with type 1 diabetes, is a cross country skier who has taken part in the Winter Olympics four times and his training for his fifth. During Diabetes Awareness Month, Kris participated in the Dexcom Call of the Warrior campaign to raise money for several charities. In this podcast episode he talks […]

My Family’s Adoption Story Could Be Impossible If ACLU Wins This Case

Five international adoptions from China, Guatemala, and South Korea—in addition to my four biological siblings—have made me the oldest of 10 children. As National Adoption Awareness Month has come and gone, I’ve reflected even more than usual on the incredible blessing I am grateful to call my family. Each of my siblings has a unique story—one […]

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