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The Problem With Having All-White State Supreme Courts
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The Problem With Having All-White State Supreme Courts

Judge John H. England Jr. has served the public of Alabama for more than 30 years. Born and raised in the Yellowhammer State, the 69-year-old was one of the first African Americans admitted to The University of Alabama School of Law. He went on to ... TakePart, 1 week ago

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Farmers asked to count birds to help reverse decline of species in countryside

The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust has announced the 4th Big Farmland Bird Count will take place from 3-12 February 2017. During that week, farmers across the UK are asked to record and report what species of birds and how many have been sighted ...
 Farming UK7 hours ago Farmers asked to count the birds  Farmers Guide1 hour ago
Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia

World Animal Day

The purpose of the is to draw people's attention to the alarming situation of endangered animal species and thus remind us of the important role animals play in our everyday lives and in preserving the diversity of habitats. There are around two ...
 Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia3 days ago

State of Nature: One-in-five species studied at risk of extinction on island of Ireland

State of Nature: On One-in-five species studied at risk of extinction on island of Ireland By Conor Macauley BBC NI Agriculture & Environment Correspondent 26 September 2016 From the section Northern Ireland Image caption The report said iconic ...
 BBC3 days ago One-in-five species at risk of extinction  BBC3 days ago

Trump the Tigers: High school football games get political

True to the spirit of Donald Trump, the innuendo was anything but subtle. The banner, which towered above the assorted cheerleaders, football players and other teens, spelled out in giant block letters: Make America Great Again. Trump the Tigers. ...
 Washington Post1 week ago

I have a complicated relationship with my hometown: Bisexuals+ share their #SouthernStories for #BiWeek

Today, GLAAD released an original video as part of both Bisexual Awareness Week (#BiWeek) and GLAAD's Southern Stories program, which amplifies the voices of LGBT people in the U.S. South. The video features members of the bisexual+ community: ...
 Glaad1 week ago
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

On the road for party conference seasonFirst stop Brighton to urge the Liberal Democrats to use their voice for natureBlog by Martin Harper,RSPB Director of Conservation

My passion for wildlife was stimulated in my teenage years, mainly thanks to my Mum (a biology teacher) who made me look at the world differently and being inspired by writers such as Paul Colinvaux. This early interest developed into biological ...
 Royal Society for the Protection of Birds1 week ago
Farmers Weekly Interactive

Minister rules out hedgecutting review until after Brexit

Tim Scrivener Farm minster George Eustice has ruled out any reversal of the hedgecutting ban in August, insisting there will be no changes at least until after Brexit. The extension of the hedgecutting ban by one month has been deeply ...
 Farmers Weekly Interactive1 week ago Don't forget there's a ban on hedge cutting - and you could be prosecuted for it  TheJournal.ie2 months ago Hedgecutting ban: Leadsom asked to change dates  Farmers Weekly Interactive2 months ago

That's a paddlin: Alabama still spanking kids, gender and race gaps persist

The year is 2016, and there are still schools in the US that believe hitting children on the rear with paddles is an acceptable form of punishment. In fact, 19,000 students were paddled in the 2013-2014 school year, according to newly released data.
 RINF.com2 weeks ago

Farm chiefs defend claims 'intensive' farming has driven species decline

The State of Nature report assessed 8,000 UK species and found one in 10 were threatened with extinction, with more than half of all British wildlife suffering long-term declines. It adds fuel to the fire for conservationists who will use the ...
 FG Insight2 weeks ago Farm chiefs hit back at claims 'intensive' farming has driven species decline  FG Insight2 weeks ago
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