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We’re pleased to announce our new Co-Directors Cynde Allen and Adrian Parra!!!
Whether you’re in a couple or rolling solo, Valentine’s Day comes with expectation and pressure. With #CoupleGoals as a consistently trending hashtag, countless pictures of couples on social media, the obsession of celebrity break ups and make ups and TV shows like the Bachelor and Bachelorette serving up contrived romance sprinkled with drama, the way we think of love and romance has changed. Dr. Sanam Hafeez, a New York Board Certified Neuropsychologist explains why so many people say ‘no way’ to Valentine’s Day and offers some alternatives that shift this negative mindset.
Area Student Makes President’s List at Presbyterian College in South Carolina
Presbyterian College is proud to recognize Ms. Kaitlin Alice Roberts, a freshman from Candler, N C for making the President’s List during the 2017 Fall semester. The President’s List is composed of students who earn a 4.0 grade point average.
Since our last update, federal courts ruled on both congressional and state legislative redistricting in North Carolina, and lawmakers returned to Raleigh earlier this month for another special session. Beginning with some good news, here’s what we know:
“The proposed Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) states that the rights guaranteed by the Constitution apply equally to all persons regardless of their sex.
Education for the new economy – What does it take to prepare for a better career and financial life today?
Though he’s earned a reputation as one of the world’s most innovative educators, Sal Khan, founder of the online Khan Academy, attributes his personal successes not so much to the questions he has answered as to the ones he has asked. Continue reading
By Kyle Swenson in The Washington Post
The barracks were thick with anxious whispers and rumors, but she figured there was nothing incriminating about leaving the air base for a sandwich.
On a Friday night in 1955, Airman Second Class Helen Grace James and another female service member left the field after work for dinner in a nearby town. The place was too crowded to sit down, so after getting food the two drove the wooded area south of where Hempstead Harbor stabs into Long Island. Read more
By Sam Levin in the Guardian
California prides itself on being first with progressive laws on climate change, labor rights and marijuana. In 2018, the Golden State’s “firsts” are defensive – bold proposals and legal maneuvers to protect citizens from Donald Trump. State leaders have pushed legislation and lawsuits to circumvent and undo Trump’s agenda on immigration, the environment, internet freedom and other liberal causes. One of the most consequential victories came Tuesday when a judge in San Francisco blocked the Trump administration’s plan to end a program that allows 800,000 undocumented people to study and work in the US. Continue reading
The New York City government is suing the world’s five largest publicly traded oil companies, seeking to hold them responsible for present and future damage to the city from climate change. The suit, filed Tuesday against BP, Chevron, Conoco-Phillips, ExxonMobil and Royal Dutch Shell, claims the companies together produced 11 percent of all of global-warming gases through the oil and gas products they have sold over the years. Continue reading
Moral March on Raleigh & HKonJ People’s Assembly
Taking the Resistance to the Ballot BoxSaturday, February 10
Rally at 9:00 a.m. (Map) / March at 10:00 a.m.
Asheville, NC-January 30, 2018 – Children First/Communities In Schools (CIS) of Buncombe County released an Impact Report that includes new data on how the organization continues to help remove barriers for students and families who are unable to afford basic necessities, housing and medical care, providing resources, and surrounding students with a community of support. This report can be viewed atwww.childrenfirstcisbc.org.
Have enough courage to trust love one more time and always one more time.
As we turn our calendars to a new year, at the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR), we renew our efforts to advance solutions that put an end to violence against women.
In 2017, it is impossible to argue that the amendment is inappropriate, since one who does so implies that women should be legally subjugated.
It’s equally impossible to claim that the amendment is unnecessary, given the continuing inequality we see.
So the remaining argument against the ERA boils down to coded variations of “it would upset the balance of power” — in other words, it would give women a fair chance. Continue reading
A New Conference Where We Explore Innovative Climate Solutions & Business Opportunities.
Held March 16-25 in “Climate City,” Asheville, North Carolina, ClimateCon 2018 includes The Business of Climate Forum, a summit for students and young professionals, an innovation showcase demonstrating climate solutions and products, and 10 days of climate-focused community events.
AGING-IN-PLACE Remodeling Checklist
Have you ever wanted a quick reference for aging-in-place issues? Are you wondering how to incorporate some aesthetically pleasing designs into your projects? If so, the Aging-In-Place Design Checklist might be suited to your needs.
The 2018 Love Asheville – Go Local Card is one of the most special gifts you can give! Over 400 locally-owned, independent businesses honor the card with generous discounts and offers.
SheVille proudly presents those who support our Western North Carolina communities and enhance the economic viability of our region. We are committed to local shopping,because it’s the greener way to go and it bolsters the economy of Western North Carolina. Our individual sponsors contribute their resources to our local non-profit programs as well, that help all of us live better, more fulfilled lives. WNC is home to a fantastic network of small businesses and we’re proud to support the great products and services they offer. Please note: all of our business advertisers support SheVille’s mission.
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