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Monthly Archives: October 2014

Across the country, doulas and those who support them have been heading social movements to protect the reproductive rights and experiences of incarcerated women. Hundreds of babies are born each year to mothers who are physically shackled at wrists, ankles, abdomens, and/or to their hospital beds during and after labor, and the c-section rate of inmates...

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Now may not seem like the best time to fly. Uncomfortable sardine-like rides, humiliating security checks, endless delays, and recent high-profile plane crashes may dissuade potential fliers. However, current trends across the airline industry...

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By Record on Oct 29th, 2014

She is quite, warm and usually carries herself with a smile. From her looks, one’s first guess would be that she is a model. Well she was once a model as a young woman, but has spent most of her adult life working with the United Nations in various countries. And now, Fadumo Dayib, 42, a Master in Public Administration student at Harvard Kennedy School...

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Food safety, healthier eating, and a more active lifestyle are a growing issue of concern in the United States. According to a Deloitte survey in 2010, nearly three quarters (73 %) of Americans are more concerned now about the food they eat than they were five years ago. The U.S. domestic news cycle for the first week of 2014 has been filled with issues...

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Swollen-faced, a broken nose, hands and feet infected from untreated wounds, a young Indonesian woman stumbled through Hong Kong airport on January 10 this year. Her wounds had been inflicted upon her by her employer, who then bought her a flight...

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By Holly Brentnall on Oct 1st, 2014

Since Argentina defaulted on $15 billion in sovereign debt last July, the battle between hedge-fund billionaire Paul Singer and the Argentine government has climaxed in 2014 and headlined the financial world. Read more →...

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