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@NewsNomad - Nepal Earthquake, NSA and Germany and Robert Frank

Today’s edition of the News Nomad newsletter features items on: finding loved ones in Nepal, how the NSA worked with Germany and looking back at an exhibit featuring the work of photographer Robert Frank. 12 more words


¡Besos! (E.'s First Word)

(Photo via Iloveart, Flickr Creative Commons)

¡Besos! (or, more accurately transcribed “bei-joos”)

At 15 and a half months, little E. spoke her first word yesterday. Well, the first word we her parents could understand. 778 more words


Local group wishes to experiment with actual state of apartheid in Fredericton

Fredericton — Comments by a Fredericton city councillor generated some controversy during the week of April 13. The individual, who will not be named, stated via Twitter that “the constitution was never intended to create a state of apartheid in New Brunswick.” 525 more words


Advantages of a Bicultural Family

I know there still exists intolerance, racism, and a kind of stigma around children who are “mixed”; whose parents are distinctly different in their respective ethnicities, cultures, and languages. 50 more words

"Redefining D-E-A-F"

Below is a wonderful video that discusses “Deaf” from many angles. It is a very well done and immensely informative video. It is subtitled for those whose ASL skills aren’t up to following the presenter. 12 more words


Ciencias: animales y su hábitat 

We’ve been researching animals and their habitats for about two weeks now. A little less with STAAR and things. Anyway, today we had our gallery walk. 86 more words


With Earth Day over, it’s time to take a look ate our closet and think of how little we appreciate the effort that goes on creating the clothes we wear and avoid wasting precious fabric. 98 more words