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Muslim Student Association Holds Vigil at UB: Honoring the New Zealand Victims of March 15

Interview With MSA President

After the vigil, I got the chance to speak with Khadijah Rodriguez, MSA President, here is the transcript:

Introduce yourself

Khadijah Rodriguez: I’m Khadijah Rodriguez, president of the Muslim Student Association here at UB. 576 more words

Candlelight Vigils To Be Held For Victims Of The Gillette Razor Campaign

Candlelight vigils will be held worldwide to help men cope with the hurt feelings that they have suffered following the release of the Gillette razor campaign that some feel was critical of all men. 155 more words


Family, friends share memories of Officer Joseph Shinners at candlelight vigil

PROVO, Utah — Hundreds gathered outside the Provo Police Department for a candlelight vigil honoring Officer Joseph Shinners who was killed in the line of duty. 262 more words


Beautiful Anger

Today, I updated my trans experience poem, Exulansis, to include the new transgender body count; from sixteen in the first half of the year, to twenty-two at what’s nearly the end of 2018. 763 more words


Candlelight vigil held in Yarmouth, N.S., to honour memory of child killed during Santa Claus parade

It was a somber and quiet day as hundreds of people gathered in Frost Park in Yarmouth, N.S., on Monday to honour the memory of four-year-old MaCali Cormier, who died on Saturday after she was run over by a float in the annual Christmas parade. 306 more words


Photos: Silent night vigil held for overdose victims

With lit candles in the dark, about 50 people attended a silent vigil in downtown Windsor Friday night to highlight the opioid crisis and mourn, remember and stand in solidarity for the victims of drug overdoses. 97 more words

Local News

Candlelight vigil held to remember Edmonton's latest homicide victim

About 40 people turned up at a candlelight vigil in north Edmonton on Wednesday night to remember the life of 36-year-old Virgil Quinn and to call for his killer to face justice. 293 more words