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AMERICANS KILLING OUR NATIONAL BIRD

Our fellow Americans are not going out and deliberately shooting Bald Eagles, but they do go out and shoot.  And the lead shot does the rest.  192 more words

Birds

This Day in History – February 2nd, 1923

On February 2, 1923, the first leaded gasoline was sold in Dayton, Ohio.

Thomas Midgley, a chemist, worked with Charles Kettering at General Motors Research Corporation. 96 more words

Dayton Ohio

CNY Community Foundation Backs New Lead Ordinance

January 28, 2020 – The Central New York Community Foundation announced today that it endorses proposed legislation put forth by the Syracuse Common Council to make the presence of lead a housing code violation during interior housing inspections. 635 more words

CNYCF News

Supreme Court Allows Flint Water Lawsuits To Move Forward, Officials Not 'Immune'

Drinking fountains are marked “Do Not Drink Until Further Notice” at Flint Northwestern High School in Flint, Mich., in May 2016. After 18 months of insisting that water drawn from the Flint River was safe to drink, officials admitted it was not. 541 more words

Politics

Living in an Arsenic Paradise

Is Shady Creek sludge an ugly red flag?

If you go anywhere in the world where gold mining has carved the earth away, you see the same thing: nasty reddish brown toxic runoff. 1,627 more words

News

Environmental Suffering

“Luisa, Karina’s eleven-year-old daughter, is lead-poisoned. According to a blood test she had two years ago, her lead levels are 18.5 micrograms per deciliter, far about what is now considered to be a nontoxic blood level of lead (10µg/dl). 280 more words

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How can a trauma informed growth mindset improve effectiveness and performance in the workplace?

Questions:
How can a growth mindset be used to help transform post traumatic stress disorder into post traumatic growth?
How can a trauma informed growth mindset improve effectiveness and performance in the workplace? 1,736 more words

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