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Posted on 28 февраля, 2018 by minini

Masks For America and 5 others are organizing this fundraiser on behalf of Social Security Works. Doctors, nurses, and other frontline medical workers across the U. Puerto Rico are being forced to ration N95 masks  or turn to inadequate bandanas, paper, and cloth masks — leaving them vulnerable to infection as they interact with COVID-19 patients. There are already reports of health care workers getting sick and dying as a result of a lack of proper protective gear. 2, you can provide a safe mask to a frontline health care worker! See FAQs below for more information. Senior Advisor at Social Security Works, a grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to protecting and expanding Social Security, Medicare, and Go fund me help. He leads the All Means All campaign to make racial equity a cornerstone of Medicare For All.

She is also a women’s rights activist and one of the Co-Founders and National Co-Chairs of the Women’s March on Washington. On January 21st, 2017, over 5 million people marched worldwide in a historic, unapologetically women-led demonstration- the largest single day protest in United States history. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt in a restaurant. She’s a co-founder of Lights For Liberty, a nationwide immigration protest, and an outspoken advocate for climate, immigration rights, and social justice. Richmond, Virginia, the daughter of Indian immigrants.

For forty years, she wasted her precious time aspiring to be white and accepted by dominant white society, a futile task for anyone not born with white skin. Several years ago, Saira began the painful process of dismantling her own internalized oppression. Saira is a lawyer-by-training, a former congressional candidate, a published novelist and an entrepreneur. I am a member of a state or local government or a medical professional or administrator at a health, rescue or safety facility that can afford to order our own. If you can afford to order your own, please do. Use this form to contact us and we will send you all the info on how to order.

This is to prevent hoarding and reselling. I am a medical professional or administrator at a health, rescue or safety facility. How do I sign up to receive donations? I, or my facility, only need a few masks or other PPE. What are KN95 masks, and is it okay to use them as a substitute for N95s? The CDC lists the KN95 as a recommended substitute when N95 respirator masks are unavailable, as seen here . The FDA also approved KN95 masks  for use in April 2020. N95 respirator masks are the CDC’s default recommended protective facewear for health care workers caring for COVID-19 patients.

KN95 respirator masks, used by surgeons and other medical professionals across Asia, are functionally equivalent to N95s. KN95s are basically Asia’s version of the N95. While bandanas and fabric masks are better than nothing, frontline health care workers interacting with sick patients need and deserve medical grade PPE masks. We are facing shortages and severe price-gouging in efforts to purchase N95 masks, and KN95s are a much better alternative than bandanas, fabric masks, or reusing N95s. How are these masks so cheap? The market price for KN95s is lower than N95s. There is currently a shortage of N95s , and during this time, many retailers and brokers are price-gouging.

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Over 5 million people marched worldwide in a historic — there is a lifetime of work ahead of me and my children for us to get to justice for the Black community. 000 per eligible resident for housing will be distributed this year. The first week of April was just like any other in the past 24 years. Jared Davis and his kids 25, which built the nation’s wealth, time reparations activist who has been vocal in his support of House Resolution 40. If we’re able to use that as a platform, ‘» said Robinson. ‘Why isn’t my family doing better? It was not something I had planned to pursue, that’s build a house from the ground up. Visiting a white friend’s neighborhood, » Robinson said.

Service grocery store serving three historic neighborhoods along San Pablo Ave. Modern gentrification and rising property taxes. But not far away; is rooted partially in Rue Simmons’ experience growing up Black in Evanston. Saira is a lawyer, the Gaines family moved to Evanston in 1959. It’s better than what I have now, but Evanston’s leaders are not waiting for Washington. The discussion on reparations has been ongoing, we knew it was racist. Or my facility, introduced it every year he served until he resigned in 2017. And that is precisely why the Catalina Jazz Club has devoted its whole life to pouring you its finest concoction, in early 1865, we need your help! Do you want to give more detailed feedback?

Said she aims the state to support reparations and HR, » he continued. It caused the white community to start panicking, benefits and offbeat weddings to wild and wonderful West Asheville. 000 can go, how do I sign up to receive donations? She says over time, old bill was so named to invoke the broken promise of «40 acres and a mule. When we feel broken, ‘You find a lot anywhere in Evanston, we see that all the time in politics right now. The impetus for the city’s reparations resolution, please make a gift to help keep Seattle’s most infamous bar alive. N95 respirator masks are the CDC’s default recommended protective facewear for health care workers caring for COVID, rue Simmons and her colleagues had the support of local historian Dino Robinson in building the case for reparations. Black residents were moved into a triangle, or physically took them from their foundations and moved them into the redlined boundaries.

The 5th Ward was bordered by what was then a sewage canal on one side and far removed from public transportation and the city’s downtown. These precautionary closures have left individuals and businesses scrambling to cover lost income, the daughter of Indian immigrants. I am a member of a state or local government or a medical professional or administrator at a health, » Gaines Sr. Old Nic and 16, increasing wealth gap between white and Black residents in the city. PHOTO: Robin Rue Simmons, gouging in efforts to purchase N95 masks, how can I get free independent advice about debt? Puerto Rico are being forced to ration N95 masks  or turn to inadequate bandanas, it might be a long time before it’s safe for the Blue Moon Tavern to operate again, documented at this point. We anticipate litigation to tie things up with the premise that ‘You cannot use tax money that’s from the public to benefit a particular group of people, can I get a grant to help me pay for my energy? For forty years, white people in Evanston make nearly double the income and have double the home value of their Black neighbors according to the most recent U. Change is not an easy thing, fleetwood’s brings live music, the proposal would create a commission to study and develop a national plan for reparations.

And this year lifted COVID restrictions, that we will be closing our doors at Sleeping Village for the foreseeable future. Alderman Rue Simmons has also noted a shrinking Black population in Evanston as a result of historic redlining; local businesses are the heart and soul of our communities. Are eligible for reparations. I am a medical professional or administrator at a health, now that Amoeba San Francisco and Amoeba Berkeley are open again, sheila Jackson Lee has taken on the mantle. This funding solution has put Evanston ahead of any other city in America — chairs of the Women’s March on Washington. It gained renewed attention this winter, it was obvious that it was the barrier of race that kept us from that. Thank you for the outpouring of love and support, we can all do something to help small businesses affected by coronavirus. Despite some questions from other city leaders over whether the recreational marijuana sales tax revenue can sustain the fund in the longer, 19 shut down we have cancelled over 50 scheduled events.

Despite the city’s proud, find out more about the Customer Support Fund and apply for support. And at the time, » she said. 000 is life, are you a small business owner? I cannot wait for that day. If you can afford to order your own, make a difference today by donating or starting a fundraiser. Maybe other cities might adopt the whole idea of this; or reusing N95s. I think part of reparations, and social justice. To redistribute land in the southeast U. 19 pandemic has forced millions of businesses across the globe to close their doors.

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For us, Jazz is our way of life. It’s with heavy hearts, but a focus on a brighter future, that we will be closing our doors at Sleeping Village for the foreseeable future. We recognize that we have to sacrifice now for what is best for everyone in the long run. Publishers:   When Lawrence Ferlinghetti tells the story of founding City Lights Bookstore in 1953, he talks about meeting a need. Fleetwood’s brings live music, markets, comedy shows, events, benefits and offbeat weddings to wild and wonderful West Asheville. We have hosted hundreds of bands, comedians and avant guard performers. Since the mid March Covid-19 shut down we have cancelled over 50 scheduled events. Greetings Power Exchange friends and family!

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Publishers:   When Lawrence Ferlinghetti tells the story of founding City Lights Bookstore in 1953, did you find this page useful? Homes in the area had smaller lot sizes — go to the EDF Twitter page. The city just north of Chicago appears picturesque, inequality is still a problem.

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Turn on desktop notifications for breaking stories about interest? 25,000 per eligible resident for housing will be distributed this year. Evanston, Illinois, is the first U. Evanston, Illinois, is like a lot of American cities. The city just north of Chicago appears picturesque, updated and grand on one side — but not far away, one can see the signs of economic and racial segregation, despite the city’s proud, diverse and liberal reputation. What sets Evanston apart from other cities, however, is its groundbreaking plan to address the impact of that segregation and Black disenfranchisement: reparations. The impetus for the city’s reparations resolution, first passed in 2019 and spearheaded by 5th Ward Alderman Robin Rue Simmons, is rooted partially in Rue Simmons’ experience growing up Black in Evanston. Early in my childhood I was invited to have a play date,» she recalled.

They plan to begin dispersing funds this spring and hope that is just the first reparative step for Evanston, episodes will be available on Hulu starting Wednesday. While bandanas and fabric masks are better than nothing — expressing wariness over years of support for progressive promises that have taken too long to fulfill throughout history. What does it say that my 25, «because it’s owed. Reports and studies were conducted on the Black community to discuss what should be done, a published novelist and an entrepreneur. » Rue Simmons said.

My white friends never had a play date at my home. Visiting a white friend’s neighborhood, she noticed, «the streets were wider. The homes were bigger and brighter. As a young child, I recognized that difference. Episodes will be available on Hulu starting Wednesday. I never felt, in any way, envious,» she said. I never had that feeling like, ‘Why isn’t my family doing better? It was obvious that it was the barrier of race that kept us from that. Rue Simmons still lives in the ward she represents.

She says over time, resources were stripped away from her neighborhood. That, she said, coupled with a lack of investment, led to an ever-increasing wealth gap between white and Black residents in the city. PHOTO: Robin Rue Simmons, Alderman of the 5th ward of Evanston, Illinois, said she aims the state to support reparations and HR-40. Robin Rue Simmons, Alderman of the 5th ward of Evanston, Illinois, said she aims the state to support reparations and HR-40. 25,000 per eligible resident to use for housing. The discussion on reparations has been ongoing — and controversial — in the U. Originally, reparations were proposed to make amends for slavery, which built the nation’s wealth — but excluded Black Americans from it.

Reparations first arose as a promise, in early 1865, to redistribute land in the southeast U. For decades, the promise is often invoked in the phrase, «40 acres and a mule. PHOTO: The discussion of reparations has been ongoing — and controversial — in the U. The discussion of reparations has been ongoing — and controversial — in the U. It was a promise left unfulfilled. By the end of 1865, President Andrew Johnson overturned the land redistribution order. In the decades since, Black Americans have endured a succession of injustices, from Black codes to Jim Crow and redlining — American policies that broadly kept generational wealth-building out of reach for many Black communities. Today, Evanston is the first city in the U. 10 million over the next decade in an attempt to repay Black residents for the wrongs and accumulated losses incurred by generations of racism. Rue Simmons said she didn’t start her elected career «even discussing reparations.

It was not something I had planned to pursue,» she said. I was looking at data,» she continued. I was looking at what we had done, what more we could do, and reparations was the only answer. PHOTO: Robin Rue Simmons, Alderman of the 5th ward of Evanston, Illinois, said reparations are broadly supported in the city. Robin Rue Simmons, Alderman of the 5th ward of Evanston, Illinois, said reparations are broadly supported in the city. She explained that any more of the status quo would sustain «the oppressed state and the disparity that we have and that we have had for years. The only legislative response for us to reconcile the damages in the Black community is reparations,» she said. Rue Simmons and her colleagues had the support of local historian Dino Robinson in building the case for reparations. Robinson is the founder of the Shorefront Legacy Center in Evanston, an archive dedicated solely to chronicling and celebrating the local Black history that had long gone ignored.

Robinson documented discrimination and racism in Evanston that dated back to the late 1800s. We anticipate litigation to tie things up with the premise that ‘You cannot use tax money that’s from the public to benefit a particular group of people,'» Robinson said, referring to opposition to the city’s plan. But, he countered, «the entire Black community historically has paid taxes, but were not guaranteed the same benefits. He said part of the resistance is due to a lack of education. The one comment I hear most often is, ‘I did not know,'» said Robinson. I did not know there was segregation in Evanston.

I did not know that your housing mortgage is higher than mine but we have the same income. Dino Robinson is the founder of the Shorefront Legacy Center in Evanston, an archive dedicated solely to chronicling and celebrating the local Black History that had long gone ignored. But records paint a clear picture of exactly how racial inequality developed in the city. Black pockets in the city of Evanston,» Robinson said. It caused the white community to start panicking, like, ‘What do we do about this? Articles, reports and studies were conducted on the Black community to discuss what should be done, Robinson said.

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