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SIL Leadership Academy

Today I went up to the Services for Independent Living in Euclid, Ohio. The state of Ohio has about ten independent living centers across the state. 173 more words


What Do You Believe?

In this time of heightened political debate and negative campaign ads, it’s easy to assume that all politics and politicians are “sleazy”. Hopefully, you don’t really believe this. 301 more words


August 14, 2018 - Put on Your Red Dress Baby, Honey We're Goin' Out Tonight.

Good day! Been about five days since we last spoke, so here’s what I’ve been up to.

On the bike riding front, I’ve been pretty active. 423 more words


IIDA Pennsylvania/New Jersey/Delaware Chapter: Why We Advocate

In July, the IIDA Pennsylvania/New Jersey/Delaware Chapter hosted “Why We Advocate,” a roundtable series where attendees engaged in a moderated panel discussion about what it means to be an interior design advocate, what issues the profession faces, and where members could learn more about IIDA’s advocacy efforts. 468 more words

IIDA Advocacy

The subject was heavy, but my heart felt light: My experience at Sahiyo’s StoryCenter workshop

By Salma Qamruddin

Female genital cutting (FGC) sounds like a distant and antiquated practice, especially to those living in the US. Americans think FGC happens in remote African villages or in times of yore, but not locally and not now. 892 more words


Uckfield and Heron's Ghyll Share the Journey Around the World.

Our Lady Immaculate & St Philip’s in Uckfield and St John the Evangelist Heron’s Ghyll gathered for their Share the Journey walk in June. A good crowd gathered in support of the campaign which calls on Theresa May to ensure that global agreements on refugees and migrants uphold the dignity and rights of people on the move. 196 more words


In the News: Zonta Club of Kankakee organizes empowerment and solidarity walk

The Zonta Club of Kankakee is spreading awareness about domestic violence by inviting survivors and sympathizers to walk in solidarity with those who have endured abuse. 48 more words