A rainy start wasn’t enough to dampen the fun at the 2017 Atlin Arts and Music Festival. Ben Caplan lit up the main stage on Friday, followed by a powerful performance by DJ Dash and the Dakhká Khwáan Dancers. After the night’s performances were done, a few dozen people braved the ongoing downpour for a late-night campfire jam in the not-so-quiet camping area.
After the Yukon Court of Appeal ordered a new trial for Jackie James Kodwat on a charge of sexual assault, there are concerns about the toll a whole new trial will have on the complainant. “My concern at this point is what happens to the victim now, what are her options,” said Reem Girgrah, volunteer coordinator with the Yukon Status of Women Council’s Court Watch program.
IN HER 1954 MEMOIR Many a Good Crusade, Virginia Gildersleeve, long-time dean of Barnard College, lamented:Married or unmarried, women’s chances of getting professorships in colleges or universities have deteriorated, I fear, during the last thirty years. Most colleges for women, which during their early decades had a large majority of women on their faculties, have during the past quarter-century made great efforts to secure a considerable proportion of men.
@nasser_sara Hi there, I noticed your story for the @MiddleEastEye on Afghans in Turkey. I am currently working on a project about non-Syrians stuck in Turkey and would like to speak with you but can't find your contact information.
"If the success of a civilisation is judged by its endurance over time, the Khoisan are by far the most successful, stable and sustainable civilisation in human history."
They've been working 15hrs/week for 150,000 yrs with no leaders. Egalitarianism.
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Selecting a term
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