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On February 13th, 2012 The Mills Legal Clinic at Stanford Law School welcomed Juan Rivera to campus to discuss his recent release from prison after 19 years behind bars.
Professor Larry Marshall, along with 12 Stanford Law School students who helped work on Rivera’s appeal, took part in the discussion. Video Rating: / 5
A federal court has ordered a settlement in two cases that challenged the United States navy’s training and testing activities off the coasts of Hawaii and Southern California.
Environmental legal aid organization Earthjustice tells the Guardian that the settlement will secure “long-sought protections for whales, dolphins, and other marine mammals by limiting navy activities in vital habitats”.
The settlement announced on Monday establishes new regulations to begin 2018 that the navy must abide by when conducting activities in the water.
This is staff at Goodwill of Southern Nevada receiving the news from Nevada Women’s Philanthropy that Goodwill has been awarded 0,000 to launch a Veteran Integration Program that will help veterans and their spouses find jobs in Southern Nevada!
Las Vegas (Oct. 12, 2012) – Nevada Women’s Philanthropy (NWP) elected to award its 0,000 2012 grant to Goodwill of Southern Nevada, Inc. to launch a Veteran Integration Program that will help veterans and their spouses find jobs in Southern Nevada. A ,000 NWP Founders Grant will be awarded to this year’s runner-up, Helping Hands of Vegas Valley and James Seastrand Helping Hands of North Las Vegas.
“Each and every year presents a challenging decision for our members to select which agency is the recipient of our grant,” NWP president Carrie Henderson said. “This year was no different. Goodwill will spend this gift wisely and we are sure it will have a lasting impact for Goodwill and the people it serves.”
Goodwill estimates that the Veterans Integration Program (VIP) will be up and running within the next 30 days. The grant will pay for the program’s start-up costs which will include hiring three full time career specialists who have military backgrounds and understand the unique challenges veterans and their spouses often face when entering or re-entering the workforce. Roughly 400 veterans will be served through this program’s initial two-year launch.
“We can’t think of a better way to honor those who served our country than to help them find work, especially in this challenging economy. Right now, roughly one out of every seven veterans in Nevada is unemployed,” said Steve Chartrand, president & CEO of Goodwill of Southern Nevada. “Helping someone find a job is truly life changing, and we are grateful to Nevada Women’s Philanthropy for providing seed funding to develop this much-needed program in our community.”
In 2011, Salvation Army of Southern Nevada received a grant for 5,000 which it used to rehabilitate its emergency homeless shelter and medical clinic. Community Counseling Center of Southern Nevada was last year’s ,000 NWP Founder’s Grant recipient. Past grant recipients include the Rape Crisis Center, NWP Signs of Hope Counseling Center (0,000); 2009 Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, NWP Children’s Attorneys Project (5,000); 2008 Public Education Foundation, Empowerment Schools Program (0,000); 2007 Greater Las Vegas After-School All-Stars, Roundy Elementary School (0,000); Foundation for an Independent Tomorrow, NWP Employment Project (0,000). NWP has gifted .3 million since it was created in 2006.
NWP Mission Statement
The Nevada Women’s Philanthropy (NWP) is a member driven, pooled fund, large impact grant making organization established to address the needs of the greater Las Vegas community. NWP’s membership consists of philanthropically motivated women, united by a powerful desire to address emerging issues facing our community in the areas of arts, education, environment, social services, and health. For more information, please visit www.nevadawomensphilanthropy.org.
Goodwill of Southern Nevada
Goodwill of Southern Nevada, Inc. helps people with disabilities and barriers to employment find jobs by providing programs and services for people who want to work. Goodwill is a community resource committed to deploying its assets and leveraging resources with others in the community to create more opportunities for people who need assistance improving their ability to earn a living. In 2011, Goodwill of Southern Nevada provided job training, job search, job placement and various supportive services to 8,511 individuals, including helping 1,255 people in Southern Nevada secure jobs through its Career Connections centers. For more information, please visit www.sngoodwill.org. Video Rating: / 5
Soundtrack to Disney Channel Original Movie “Descendants” is available now!
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Descendants, the Official Mobile Game – Download for FREE! On iOS: http://di.sn/6008BPG02 and Android: http://di.sn/6003BPGFH
Music video by Dove Cameron performing If Only. (C) 2015 Walt Disney Records
October 1-8, 2011: Dignity in Schools Campaign’s Annual Week of Action on School Pushout
Throughout the week of October 1-8, 2011, thousands of parents, youth, and educators took part in student-led actions and events in 28 cities to expose the school pushout crisis in our nation and advocate for the human right of every young person to a quality education and to be treated with dignity. The events and actions included street theater, public forums, rallies, restorative justice trainings, and more.
The Dignity in Schools Campaign’s National Week of Action brought together organizations and individuals from 14 states and Washington, D.C. to call for an end to zero tolerance policies, for the implementation of positive approaches to discipline, like restorative justice practices and positive behavior supports instead of relying solely on suspensions and expulsions, and for the passage of federal legislation that promotes positive school climates.
Find out more at – http://www.dignityinschools.org
The organizations that participated in the National Week of Action on School Pushout include: Access Living, ACLU of Eastern Missouri, ACLU of Pennsylvania, ACLU of Southern California, Action Communication and Education Reform, Activists With A Purpose, Advocates for Children of New York, Advocates for Children’s Services (a project of Legal Aid of North Carolina), Advocates for Justice and Education, Atlanta Community Engagement Team (ACET), Black Organizing Project, Blocks Together, Boston Parent Organizing Network (BPON), Boston Student Advisory Council, Boston-area Youth Organizing Project, Center for Community Alternatives, Children’s Defense Fund — California, Children’s Defense Fund – New York, Citizens for a Better Greenville, COFI, Community Asset Development Re-defining Education (CADRE), Community Rights Campaign of the Labor/Community Strategy Center, Concerned Citizens for a Better Tunica County, Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM), Dignity in Schools — NY, DSC-Los Angeles, Education Not Incarceration, Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children (FFLIC), Fannie Lou Hamer Center for Change, Freedom House, Future of Tomorrow, Generation Y, Girls for Gender Equity, Gwinnett STOPP, Interfaith Children’s Movement, Juvenile Justice Project of Louisiana (JJPL), Kids Rethink New Orleans Schools, Lambda Legal’s Southern Regional Office, Make the Road New York, Mass Transit Street Theatre, Morehouse Chapter of the NAACP, MS Coalition for the Prevention of Schoolhouse to Jailhouse, National Economic and Social Rights Initiative (NESRI), New Settlement Apartments Parent Action Committee, New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU), Nollie Jenkins Family Center, Padres y Jovenes Unidos, Parents Organized to Win, Educate and Renew – Policy Action Council (POWER-PAC), Portland Parent Union, Power U Center for Social Change, Public Counsel, Safe Schools Healthy Students – New Orleans Recovery District, Sistas and Brothas United, SNAPPS, Sunflower County Parents and Students Organization, Teachers Unite, The Commutation Project, Urban Youth Collaborative (UYC), West Town Leadership United (WTLU), Women of God’s Design Ministry, Young Adults Striving for Success (YASS), Young People’s Project – Greater Boston, Youth Innovation Movement Solutions, Youth Justice Coalition, Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice, Youth on Board, Youth on the Move, YWCA of the Greater Triangle.