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Vida Alegre was founded in Mexico City by Samantha Flores, an 87-year-old transgender woman. Nothing similar exists in the country.
The Mississippi River has been transformed into a highly efficient shipping corridor. But those engineered changes have brought some steep costs to the environment and wildlife and cities and towns along the river.
Early childhood education is critical, but limited. In Oregon, immigrant teachers could be the solution. By @mfederis
Indigenous youth voices have historically been silenced in the fight against climate change. Not anymore. A delegation of Indigenous youth have delivered a strong message to UN leaders at COP25 in Madrid.
Rachel Engmann found the family name in the castle courtyard, It said: “Carl Gustav Engmann, 1757.” The find would become integral to her future archaeology work, and to understanding her own family history during the slave trade. Story by @RupaShenoy
A very loving and affectionate, purring cat called Bilbo has his own podcast. In each episode, Bilbo purrs for 30 minutes straight to the delight of thousands of listeners. This is his story.
"The vast majority of political appointees are donors with almost no foreign policy experience. And I think that practice needs to stop," says former US Amb. Michael @McFaul .
Iraqi family barred from flight to US had sold home, quit jobs, taken kids out of school to settle in Nashvill
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