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Women’s Studies Professor Receives NEH Grant to Research Women’s Anti-Slavery Movements «News @ ODU

May 27, 2022 Ruth Osorio By Amy Matzke-Fawcett An Old Dominion University assistant professor will spend the summer researching women’s anti-slavery movements for a new book, thanks to a National Endowment for the Humanities award. Ruth Osorio, who teaches women’s studies and English, received a… Read More »Women’s Studies Professor Receives NEH Grant to Research Women’s Anti-Slavery Movements «News @ ODU

The Kanaka Bar Indian Band and Crossing Place Housing Society receive funding to construct new multipurpose community building in Kanaka Bar

Government of Canada investment will help communities in Lytton and the surrounding areas build back from last year’s devastating wildfires LYTTON, BC, May 27, 2022 / CNW / – Shared public spaces are the heart of communities across Canada. They bring together people of all… Read More »The Kanaka Bar Indian Band and Crossing Place Housing Society receive funding to construct new multipurpose community building in Kanaka Bar

Toronto lawyer says she’s ‘shaken up’ after arrest outside Doug Ford rally near Hamilton airport

Hamilton police arrested and ticketed a Toronto-based lawyer for trespassing near a PC campaign stop on Thursday evening, but Caryma Sa’d says she was targeted for criticizing party leader Doug Ford. Police say Ford was at the John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport for a… Read More »Toronto lawyer says she’s ‘shaken up’ after arrest outside Doug Ford rally near Hamilton airport