p The Harper Gov has invite 20,000 youth from other countries to come to Ca…

p The Harper Gov has invite 20,000 youth from other countries to come to Canada and get summer jobs! While you were hard at work last semester studying and preparing for exams, the Government of Canada was busy, aggressively trying to attract foreign youth to Canada to work this summer. They did an excellent job, and in the next two months a small army of ambitious youth from all the world will arrive in our airports.

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An Open Letter to Teach for America Recruits

The program exacerbates some of the greatest inequalities in education today. Dear New TFA Recruits, Around the country, hundreds of college seniors and a handful of career changers are receiving letters of acceptance into Teach For America (TFA).

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Boy With Brain Tumor Raises Almost $150K In Support Of Pediatric Cancer Research
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Mario Carpino is a 10-year-old battling brain cancer, however it hasn’t stopped him from living life. In fact, he’s making the most of his time on earth by doing good for others – this young boy has raised almost $150,000 for a cancer foundation with his lemonade stands! Mario’s diagnosis came in December 2007, when he was only 4 years old.

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In Rural Kansas, an Experiment Makes Hitchhiking Safe Again

This article originally appeared at Shareable.net . Photo by Shutterstock .

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North Dakota to start first US drone flights in May

Reuters / Christopher Griffin Research drones will begin flying over North Dakota the week of May 5, the Federal Aviation Administration announced Monday. North Dakota is the first of six unmanned aerial systems (UAS) test sites to begin flight operations. The first flights will take place over North Dakota State University’s Carrington Research Center using a Draganflyer X4ES, the Associated Press reports.

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Librarians and Archivists To Palestine zine / justseeds http://www.justseeds.org…

Librarians and Archivists To Palestine zine / justseeds Justseeds: Justseeds Collaborations: Librarians and Archivists To Palestine Zine www.justseeds.org A zine collecting contributions from over a dozen librarians, archivists, and activists about their summer 2013 trip to visit Palestinian librarians and archivists in both 1948 Palestine/Israel and the West Bank. Justseeds members Molly Fair and Josh MacPhee both went on the trip and contributed to…

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Occupy The Vatican – An Italian cardinal is moving into a 600-square-meter (6,50…

Occupy The Vatican – An Italian cardinal is moving into a 600-square-meter (6,500 square foot) Vatican apartment in apparent contradiction with Pope Francis’s call for a “poor Church”- Tarcisio Bertone is the Vatican’s former Secretary of State, a role equivalent to prime minister, and the report said his luxury lodgings were stirring unease as Francis has pushed for clergymen to be more humble. The flat also has a 100-square-meter roof terrace and is next to St Martha’s Residence — a Vatican hotel where Francis has taken up home, spurning the grander Apostolic Palace where popes usually live. La Repubblica said that Bertone’s flat would be about 10 times bigger than the apartment where Francis is living and that he was planning to move in before the summer after extensive building work.

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Volcker Rule: Swiss-Cheesed or Beefed Up?

By Gerald Epstein, Professor of Economics and a founding Co-Director of the Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Originally published in Intereconomics 2014 , Leibniz Information Centre for Economics When President Obama’s fortunes were tanking in the winter of 2010, he needed a way to come out punching at the bankers again in order to gain some more momentum on financial reform—and with the voters

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National Geographic Americas Hardest Prisons S01E03 Shakedown Part 1
National Geographic Americas Hardest Prisons S01E03 Shakedown Part 1 National Geographic Americas Hardest Prisons S01E03 Shakedown Part 1

Описание отсутствует. Sandoval County moves nearly 200 prisoners. Over the summer, to a few weeks ago.

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Saskatchewan First Nations Winter Games officially opened on Sunday

Dave Leaderhouse – paherald – pics via – panow “Now go out there and show the world!” That was the message that flashed across several large video screens following a welcome message sent from Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority president and CEO Zane Hansen during the opening ceremonies of the 2014 Saskatchewan First Nations Winter Games on Sunday at the Art Hauser Centre. Hansen’s message was one of many that were produced and shown via video for the ceremony, but the main focus was the large group of athletes who were ushered in to the arena, set to begin competitions today through Friday

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