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Inaugural art installation for The Harmony Project, a grassroots community organization with a mission to promote and inspire global harmony through the art and perspective of children. - April 08, 2017 - Aventura Place
Excellence deserves recognition and the Web Marketing Association will be recognizing the Best Advocacy Website, B Website and Best Non-Profit Websites as part of the 2017 WebAward Program. - April 06, 2017 - Web Marketing Association
Policy makers, elected officials, advocates and community activists gathered for the 4th Annual Legislative Breakfast on Friday morning, March 31st The event strove to acknowledge the breadth of services and the impact OHEL makes in various communities and further break down various stigmas that often... - April 06, 2017 - OHEL Children's Home and Family Services
The MiFo LGBT Film Festival gets a fresh new look with a re-branding to help expand its audience and further its mission of educating and entertaining through culturally diverse LGBT film. - April 05, 2017 - MiFo LGBT Film Festival
On May 12th, 2017 at the Westin Kierland Resort and Spa, the 53rd Annual Whitney M. Young Jr Awards Dinner will showcase two amazing forces of change in our community: Alan "AP" Powell and Grand Canyon University. This annual event recognizes individuals and corporations who have exhibited genuine concern for the community. The award is giving to those whose everyday actions exemplify the principles for which Whitney M. Young, Jr. stood. - April 04, 2017 - Greater Phoenix Urban League
The Kansas Public Health Association (KPHA) invites communities across Kansas to celebrate National Public Health Week on April 3-9 by recognizing the contributions and successes of public health and working to improve population health in Kansans.
The American Public Health Association and KPHA recognize... - April 04, 2017 - Kansas Public Health Association
The Institute for Women Of Aviation Worldwide (iWOAW) recaps the activities that took place as part of 7th annual Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week (March 6-12) and announces the winners of the associated Fly It Forward® Challenge. Albuquerque Sunport, USA, wins the Most Female Pilot Friendly Airport Worldwide title. Lachute and Brampton-Caledon airports, both in Canada make the podium. Other titles go to winners in the United States, Canada, France, Australia, and Turkey. - March 30, 2017 - Institute for Women Of Aviation Worldwide
Elaine G. Adevai of Staten Island, New York has been honored as a Professional of the Year and Top Executive for two consecutive years, 2016 and 2017, by Strathmore’s Who’s Who Worldwide for her outstanding contributions and high level of success in the field of nonprofit services.
About... - March 16, 2017 - Strathmore Worldwide
No country has yet achieved a work environment where men and women earn the same income when hired in similar job positions. The United States lag behind nineteen countries in equal pay. Women earn 80 cents on average for every dollar paid to men in the US, according the statistics of the American Association... - March 13, 2017 - IEEE Region 6 Southern Area
Women’s History Month Exhibition at Women's Rights National Historical Park features Soraida Martinez’s historically significant Verdadism paintings on racism and sexism. - February 28, 2017 - Artist Soraida
Lifecycle Performance Pros launches the first live streaming police accountability app designed to protect citizens, keep communities safe from unfair treatment, and holds abusive officers accountable for their actions, while praising officers that uphold high standards. - February 27, 2017 - Victor Holman
The Tennessee chapter of Youth for Human Rights, which works under the umbrella of United for Human Rights, presented a workshop at the Tennessee Conference on Volunteerism. - February 25, 2017 - United for Human Rights
Captira Analytical was acquired effective January 31, 2017 from the NASDAQ listed Intersections Inc. Captira provides the silent software backbone to bail agents to manage and bring bonds to life – processing over $1.3 billion every 90 days. This provides relief to countless families across the country, saving billions of county dollars as judges move to release pre-trial defendants. Tracking 20%+ EBITDA and with no debt and strong cash reserves, Captira is well positioned for future growth. - February 22, 2017 - Captira Analytical
The Nashville chapter of Citizens Commission on Human Rights works to expose abuse in the field of mental health. - February 18, 2017 - CCHR Nashville
Bill Pullman will underscore the importance of community in a speech at his sons' alma mater in Asheville, North Carolina. He plans to look closely at the idea of “changing the world.” With so many different changemakers trying to engage in different ways, Pullman said it is harder to know what a new and “changed” world looks like. - February 17, 2017 - Warren Wilson College
Atlanta City Councilman Alex Wan touts deep roots in the community, long-time civic leadership, business acumen and solid record during seven years at city hall. www.AlexWanForAtlanta.com - January 30, 2017 - Alex Wan for Atlanta
Today, a Toronto employment law firm, Dutton Employment Law, launched a series of informative guides on employment law basics.
Mary Beth Davis, Chief Marketing Officer of Dutton Employment Law, described the guides, which can be found online on Dutton Employment Law's website, as “a point for... - January 24, 2017 - Dutton Employment Law
Tennessee United for Human Rights (TUHR) has the mission to bring awareness and education on the 30 human rights, as listed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, to people all across the state. - January 22, 2017 - United for Human Rights
Aimée Marcoux-Spurlock is an award winning reporter and a classically trained singer and actress who tackles Kurt Weill's extraordinary repertoire in a one night engagement at Metropolitan Room in New York City on February 3 2017. As reporter/producer Aimée Marcoux, her coverage of Ground Zero on September 11, 2001 can be seen in HBO's 2002 Documentary: “In Memoriam-New York City, 9/11/01.” - January 13, 2017 - Aimée Marcoux-Spurlock
Organization receives grant for second year in a row to strengthen ability to serve Chicago’s most vulnerable. - January 07, 2017 - Care For Friends
2016 saw the expansion of Tennessee United for Human Rights, carrying out the work of the international organization United for Human Rights in the Southeast United States. - December 30, 2016 - United for Human Rights
This holiday season PATHFINDER is visiting children in the refugee camps along the Western Syrian border to bring them much needed supplies. - December 21, 2016 - PATHFINDER
Part of an international movement spanning 192 countries, the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville is raising awareness of human rights in commemoration of the 68th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. - December 17, 2016 - Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville
A central Indiana human rights advocacy group, Respectful Resistance, announces a Dec. 18th "Defend Democracy" event in Indianapolis, IN, and invites all interested individuals and families to join. This event will be a peaceful, respectful and multi-partisan gathering. - December 13, 2016 - Respectful Resistance
Part of an international movement spanning 192 countries, the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville is raising awareness of human rights in commemoration of the 68th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. - December 10, 2016 - Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville
Beginning as a poem penned on a napkin, Little Brown Girl has grown into a full-blown children's book project. The inspiration for this project came directly from the birth of Brian Lawrence's daughter Nile. He knew he would read to his daughter, and wanted the first words he read to her to set the pace... - December 06, 2016 - Little Brown Girl Book
A puppet comedy about the destruction of a dictator-controlled news show during the Arab Spring revolution movement. It's definitely one-of-a-kind and relevant to the current political turmoil in America. - December 03, 2016 - Good Morning, Zitounia!
Julie A. Cipolla, a Brooklyn author, inspirational writer and abuse survivor, releases her first book of daily meditations for survivors, “Today I See the Sunrise,” based on what she has learned about how to heal from the legacies of torture and abuse.
With the Winter holidays approaching,... - December 02, 2016 - Julie Cipolla
Chloe's journey is one unlike any other... - November 30, 2016 - Kaplan Zuckerman Entertainment
Shofur, the technology-based marketplace for private bus reservations, announced today that the company will donate $150 to one of three women’s charities for every bus booked to the Women’s March on Washington taking place January 21, 2017.
When renting a bus, customers will have the option... - November 25, 2016 - Shofur
The Foundation for a Drug-Free World (FDFW) holds a variety of events throughout the year to benefit the community through drug education, prevention and awareness. - November 25, 2016 - Drug Free South
Justification Truths is all about getting people to stop and talk and not shoot. The aim of the message is to Talk and Not to Shoot and to save lives. - November 22, 2016 - Justification Truths (Lets Talk Don't Shoot)
With a uniquely new "self-sustainable" business model, Civiliti launches its Indiegogo Campaign today utilizing EcoArt to support environmental sustainability and human rights non-profits directly. African masks and sculptures, photography, painting, music and other original artisan works will... - November 02, 2016 - Civiliti Corporation
Nicole Draffen, founder of Hyphened-Nation has created a call to action for Americans to actively choose and realize that each American has the ability to “lose the hyphen.” According to Draffen, “Americans can take a significant step forward in ending racial separation and stereotypes created as a result of a Hyphened-Nation™.” Draffen concluded in a recent interview, "Isn't it about time we unite as the people of a nation?" - October 29, 2016 - Hyphened Nation
Care for Friends' Executive Director Takes on New Homelessness Appointment - October 28, 2016 - Care For Friends
Invitation to drinks and appetizers at St. Joseph's Brewery 540 College Ave. Indianapolis 46202. In anticipation of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops' General Assembly in Baltimore you will have a chance to sign a "ballot" stating that you vote "yes" that women's voices should be included at every table where church decisions and policies are made. - October 27, 2016 - St. Mary of Magdela Catholic Community
The Tennessee Celebration of International Human Rights Day will take place in Nashville at the First Amendment Center on December 6th, 5pm – 7pm. - October 26, 2016 - United for Human Rights
Mercy Care applauds Central Presbyterian Church for its compassion and care for those in need. - October 13, 2016 - Central Presbyterian Church - Atlanta
Organization plans a night of homelessness to raise funds for Chicago’s most vulnerable - October 12, 2016 - Care For Friends
Doni-Jo Minor-Munro, of Santa Maria, California, has recently been named to the Strathmore’s Who’s Who Honor Roll for her outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of American Indian Educational Programs. - October 11, 2016 - Strathmore Who's Who
Organization recognizes individuals for their contribution to the wellbeing of Chicago’s homeless. - October 02, 2016 - Care For Friends
Mental health watchdog Citizens Commission on Human Rights distributed materials to music lovers attending a major two-day festival. - October 01, 2016 - CCHR Nashville
The Tennessee Celebration of International Human Rights Day will take place on December 6th from 5-7pm in Nashville, Tennessee. The planning committee for the event is now accepting nominations for the prestigious human rights awards. - October 01, 2016 - United for Human Rights
myGwork has partnered with Gay Star News to create the largest online hub for LGBTI professionals in the world. myGwork is the online network for LGBTI professionals, helping organisations promote their LGBT-friendly credentials.
myGwork’s partners wanted the network to grow faster and stronger... - September 30, 2016 - myGwork
The planning committee for the Tennessee celebration of International Human Rights Day has confirmed the theme for the event to raise awareness of child trafficking in the state. - September 24, 2016 - United for Human Rights
The Tennessee chapter of United for Human Rights (TNUHR) held a dynamic panel discussion on International Peace Day this year. - September 24, 2016 - United for Human Rights
A tremendous victory for human trafficking survivors. In a pioneering human trafficking case brought in the Eastern District of Michigan federal court by Nakisha Chaney of NachtLaw P.C, Judge Stephen J. Murphy, III entered a half-million dollar judgment against Michigan psychiatrist Mamoun Dabbagh for his role in a human trafficking scheme. - September 23, 2016 - NachtLaw, P.C.
The planning committee for the Tennessee celebration of International Human Rights Day has set a date for the 2016 event. - September 17, 2016 - United for Human Rights
Asante Africa Foundation (based in Oakland) has been recognized by the United Nations as a Best Practice to Do “Good” for Girls. The UNGEI Good Practice Fund supported organisations and local governments from across the globe to shed light on best practices and lessons learnt in gender focused education initiatives. Out of 450 global nominations, 17 programs-including Asante Africa Foundation were chosen to be highlighted as unique and creative ways of promoting and sustaining girls’ education. - September 14, 2016 - Asante Africa Foundation
On Thursday September 29th, Lend a Hand Uganda USA (LAHU-USA) will be hosting its’ Second Annual Poker Tournament at Black Label Wines to raise money to kick-off their Ginger Farm Project in Butambala outside the Kampala region in Uganda. - September 14, 2016 - Lend a Hand Uganda USA