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At Albany High School, four students were suspended after an Instagram post surfaced reportedly showing a noose, a torch and a member of the Ku Klux Klan, intended to offend African-American students. The suspended students have since filed a lawsuit against the Albany Unified School district alleging that the punishment violated their free speech rights and that they were subjected to public shaming and violence. Alameda High freshman Natasha Waldorf says she was targeted by a series of anti-Semitic text messages from a classmate earlier this year. The messages included a cartoon of a Nazi SS officer and a statement that “Hitler should have finished the job” of killing Jews during World War II.
“We have a lot of involved youth who want to do more,” Goyal said, “The age-friendly initiative will help kids learn what their parents and grandparents are experiencing.”, The technology example shows why programs across town should be coordinated: Both the library and LGS Recreation have technology programs aimed at seniors, So, having people collaborate on events could help eliminate redundancy, Community and senior services commission chairman Tom Picraux said that even though the age-friendly initiative starts by identifying seniors’ needs, it will look for solutions that help everyone ballet flats blue sole in town..
“Beauty and the Peep,” by Sarah Lillie of St. Paul. The passion, the fright, the gender commentary of the movie “Beauty and the Beast” was rendered — albeit a bit silly — by the second-place winner. The diorama was the product of Lillie and her arts-and-crafts group called Ladies Creating Stuff. “We thought of the women’s march and of Prince, and then thought that everyone else would be doing that,” said Lillie. The diorama uses Chiclets — dozens of them, lined up along shelves, hand-painted to resemble books. Detail is everything in this entry, right down to the pipe-cleaner candelabra. The “beast” is crowned with a golden mane of doll’s hair.
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