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South Louisiana Native Americans lose their land to climate change (and oil companies)

This is the only road connecting Pointe-aux-Chene to Isle de Jean Charles, a narrow island in the bayous of South Louisiana, home to a community of Native Americans – Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw Indians. 609 more words

Helping Newcomers Learn English

Photo: The Genesis Center

I’ve been having the best time lately. I’m volunteering in English classes at three refugee agencies, assisting the classroom teachers. The nonprofits are all near one another in Providence. 341 more words

They Took In One Refugee Family. But Families Don’t Have Borders. - The New York Times

When ordinary Canadians signed up to help Syrian refugees, neither group expected to face agonizing questions from half a world away.

Source: They Took In One Refugee Family. 10 more words


Ten things your town needs to know when (if!) “welcoming” refugees for the first time « Refugee Resettlement Watch

As we have been writing ad nauseam lately, the Obama Administration is now out of the shadows with its plan to “seed” towns and cities across America with diversity. 79 more words

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Special Mention: Need for resettlement of riot affected people belonging to Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes(18/Sep/1991)

SHRI PRAKASH YASHWANT AMBEDKAR (Nominated); I am again raising a very important issue through the Special Mention.
We have an elected representative system, but after every election we have been hearing stories through news-papers and the masses that the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes are denied their rights to elect their representatives. 302 more words


Lost history and a study in irony.

Last week it looked fairly sunny so I took my mother for a walk over Cannock Chase. It’s very nice, birch and pine forest, open heath and. 405 more words



In the distance of 5 miles. In the space of thirteen minutes. We are about to do the impossible — reunite four people who never thought they’d see each other again. 1,095 more words