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Non but supported articles and topics

This page is meant to support a number of colleage journalists worldwide whose work since Covid 19 has not become easier.
That is why I choose to add a supporting editorial page with links to their articles published in a diversity of international (online) newspapers and magazines and more than worth your time and reading. I introduce each article with its header and headlines. also the page this editorial is new for me so I just published all I could including links about the International Womens Day 2021 and soon there will be an update of that day and I already decided that the next topic will be Global Warming which will be published June 15 2021.

Ps. When I quote I use < =open and > =close because the wizkid I worked with cannot help me out here anymore. I apologize for the inconvenience.

Season 3 - quarter 1- March 10th.

Click on the banner to open the page ( womens-day-21.htm )

Season 3 - quarter 2 - March 15th.-June 15th. 2021

<America its Brutal Racial History Is Written All Over Our Genes
Our country has struggled to reckon with the horrors of the
past. Could DNA tests help?

By Libby Copeland
Ms. Copeland is the author of <The Lost Family: How DNA
Testing Is Upending Who We Are.> She has written about the
consumer genetics testing industry for the Washington Post,
Time and Slate.

Read more here


<Moving mountains>: How Pakistan’s so-called invisible women won
workers rights
Home workers in Sindh province are celebrating new social
security benefits, after being denied lockdown funding
Home-based workers officially register as workers in Sindh
province, Pakistan. Their new status will allow them to receive
numerous benefits.

Zofeen Ebrahim in Karachi
Tue 1 Dec 2020

Shamim Bano has been an invisible worker for 40 years.
Working 12 hour days from home as a <cropper> in the port city
of Karachi, she cuts the loose threads off clothing and makes
samosas to sell at schools.

Read more here


Humanity is waging war on nature, says UN secretary genera
Antonio Guterres lists human-inflicted wounds on natural world
in stark message
World is doubling down on fossil fuels despite climate crisis
UN report
Fiona Harvey Environment correspondent
Wed 2 Dec 2020

A firefighter douses flames in Madera County, California,
September 2020.
A firefighter douses flames in Madera County, California, in
Humanity is facing a new war, unprecedented in history, the
secretary general of the UN has warned, which is in danger of
destroying our future before we have fully understood the risk.

The stark message from Antonio Guterres follows a year of
global upheaval, with the coronavirus pandemic causing
governments to shut down whole countries for months at a
time, while wildfires, hurricanes and powerful storms have
scarred the globe.

Read more here


Abolish anti-Blackness: Hair and racism in South Africa
How a racist beauty advertisement reinforced colonial ideas
that present Blackness as abnormal in relation to whiteness.

Zulaikha Patel

An anti-racism activist and Black radical feminist in South
6 Dec 2020

Read more here



Paris climate agreement:
54 cities on track to meet targets
This article is more than 2 months old
Mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo praises ‘important milestone’ on fifth anniversary of the landmark agreement.

Matthew Taylor
Fri 11 Dec 2020

More than 50 of the worlds leading cities are on track to help keep global heating below 1.5C and tackle the worst impacts of the climate crisis, according to a new report.

Read more here and think really twice before believing it (editors note)

Ocean Warming Is Speeding Up, with Devastating Consequences, Study Shows
In 25 years, the oceans have absorbed heat equivalent to the energy of 3.6 billion Hiroshima size atom bomb explosions, the studies  lead author said.

By Bob Berwyn
January 14, 2020

The world its oceans are warming at a rapidly increasing pace, new research shows, and the heat is having devastating effects on marine life and intensifying extreme weather.

Last year, the oceans were warmer than any time since measurements began over 60 years ago, according to a study published Monday in the journal Advances in Atmospheric Sciences.

While global surface temperature measurements go back farther in time, the measurement of ocean heat content is considered one of the most effective ways to show how fast Earth is warming because more than 90 percent of the heat trapped by greenhouse gases goes into the oceans.

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February 16th. 2021

Why Indian police arrested a 22-year old climate activist.

Disha Ravi has been charged with sedition for creating and sharing an online document to support the ongoing farmers protest in India.

Indian police have arrested a 22 year old activist linked to Swedish climate change campaigner Greta Thunberg and charged her with sedition, saying she created and shared an online document to support the ongoing months long farmers protest.

Disha Ravi, who was detained in the southern city of Bengaluru on Sunday and then moved to the capital New Delhi, is currently in police custody.

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Sat 23 Jan 2021

Jair Bolsonaro could face charges in The Hague over Amazon rainforest

Indigenous leaders and human rights groups accuse Brazilian president of crimes against humanity Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil’s president.
Since Bolsonaro took office in 2019, vast stretches of the rainforest were destroyed.

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