The problem is that many of those groups being asked to reach out to the hardest-to-count, most vulnerable Americans are being denied the resources they need to do the same. In the weeks we have left, the cities and states taking a stand for an inclusive count need to address the problem, providing funding, guidance, and other resources to ensure that these front-line organizers collect data securely. It’s a lot to accomplish with so little time, but we can’t wait 10 more years to get this right. … [Read more...] about Think Iowa’s tech meltdown was bad? Just wait until the first online census
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Directed by Anjali Nayar, it’s a departure from the wide open spaces we’ve become accustomed to seeing in Patagonia’s growing catalog of activist branded content. The middle of Los Angeles feels distinctly different than protecting a surf break and Chilean fishing village in 2015’s The Fisherman’s Son or last year’s take on offshore, penned fish farms in Artifishal. And it is hundreds of miles from Missoula, Montana, where earlier this month the brand premiered its new feature-length documentary Public Trust, about America’s system of public lands and the fight to protect them. … [Read more...] about Patagonia’s new film celebrates activists fighting urban oil drilling in L.A.
According to doctors, coronavirus is akin to a common cold. The infection typically affects the patient's upper respiratory tract and can even cause pneumonia. Sore throat, cough and flu, mild headache and fever are some of the most common symptoms of the infection. Fever caused due to the infection can last for two days or more. In case one is severely infected, they may need medical attention, including hospitalisation. But the question remains; can one seek health insurance coverage for the treatment of coronavirus? The answer is yes, you can! … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Effect On Health Insurance
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) recently revealed a set of photographs that show the melting of Antarctica’s snow early in February. The American space agency also recorded ‘the hottest temperature of the year’ in the continent. … [Read more...] about NASA records ‘hottest temperature’ in Antarctica, shows shocking images of snow caps melting
Products like Uno, Palio, Punto, Linea and Avventura were introduced by the company in India, some of which were even sold in Tata Motors showrooms as part of a joint marketing and sales agreement. The two companies still produce cars from a common factory but no longer have the sales agreement in force. FCA India has 80 dealers present in 70 cities. … [Read more...] about Fiat Chrysler lines up electric cars, SUVs for India