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Say Something! Stop boring your professors with tedious, predictable essays. Get better grades! How do you write a great essay? It’s not about five paragraphs filled with quotations from experts—you need to discover who you are as a writer and what you want to say.

In a conversational style, writing instructor Laura Swart uses real student writing to show you what to do and what not to do. Unlock your creativity and potential as a writer and create essays that stand out from the rest of your class. In this guide, you’ll learn how to: Avoid common student writing errors that keep your essays out of the A zone.

Use the CSI claim, support, investigation method to write a critical essay. Integrate relevant and meaningful quotations and research to highlight, not overshadow, your ideas.

Write natural transitions, structure seamless arguments, and craft compelling introductions and conclusions. Extend the boundaries of your thinking, giving a wide berth to mundane ideas and plodding expression. We need more voices like Toni Jensen’s, more books like Carry.

As an adult, she’s had guns waved in her face near Standing Rock, and felt their silent threat on the concealed-carry campus where she teaches. And she has always known that in this she is not alone.

In Carry, Jensen maps her personal experience onto the historical, exploring how history is lived in the body and redefining the language we use to speak about violence in America.

In the title chapter, Jensen connects the trauma of school shootings with her own experiences of racism and sexual assault on college campuses. In “Women in the Fracklands,” Jensen takes the reader inside Standing Rock during the Dakota Access Pipeline protests and bears witness to the peril faced by women in regions overcome by the fracking boom. In prose at once forensic and deeply emotional, Toni Jensen shows herself to be a brave new voice and a fearless witness to her own difficult history–as well as to the violent cultural landscape in which she finds her coordinates.

With each chapter, Carry reminds us that surviving in one’s country is not the same as surviving one’s country. National Best Seller Named one of TIME magazine’s ” Most Influential People” A TIME and Entertainment Weekly Best Book of So Far An illuminating debut memoir of a woman in science; a moving portrait of a longtime friendship; and a stunningly fresh look at plants that will forever change how you see the natural world Acclaimed scientist Hope Jahren has built three laboratories in which she’s studied trees, flowers, seeds, and soil.

Her first book is a revelatory treatise on plant life–but it is also so much more. Lab Girl is a book about work, love, and the mountains that can be moved when those two things come together. It is told through Jahren’s remarkable stories: about her childhood in rural Minnesota with an uncompromising mother and a father who encouraged hours of play in his classroom’s labs; about how she found a sanctuary in science, and learned to perform lab work done “with both the heart and the hands”; and about the inevitable disappointments, but also the triumphs and exhilarating discoveries, of scientific work.

Yet at the core of this book is the story of a relationship Jahren forged with a brilliant, wounded man named Bill, who becomes her lab partner and best friend. Their sometimes rogue adventures in science take them from the Midwest across the United States and back again, over the Atlantic to the ever-light skies of the North Pole and to tropical Hawaii, where she and her lab currently make their home.

Jahren’s probing look at plants, her astonishing tenacity of spirit, and her acute insights on nature enliven every page of this extraordinary book. Lab Girl opens your eyes to the beautiful, sophisticated mechanisms within every leaf, blade of grass, and flower petal. Here is an eloquent demonstration of what can happen when you find the stamina, passion, and sense of sacrifice needed to make a life out of what you truly love, as you discover along the way the person you were meant to be.

The Amazing Spider-Man. The Incredible Hulk. The Invincible Iron Man. Black Panther. These are just a few of the iconic superheroes to emerge from the mind of Stan Lee. From the mean streets of Depression-era New York City to recipient of the National Medal of Arts, Lee’s life has been almost as remarkable as the thrilling adventures he spun for decades. From millions of comic books fans of the s through billions of moviegoers around the globe, Stan Lee has touched more people than almost any person in the history of popular culture.

In Stan Lee: The Man behind Marvel, Bob Batchelor offers an eye-opening look at this iconic visionary, a man who created with talented artists many of history’s most legendary characters. In this energetic and entertaining biography, Batchelor explores how Lee capitalized on natural talent and hard work to become the editor of Marvel Comics as a teenager.

After toiling in the industry for decades, Lee threw caution to the wind and went for broke, co-creating the Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, Hulk, Iron Man, the X-Men, the Avengers, and others in a creative flurry that revolutionized comic books for generations of readers. Marvel superheroes became a central part of pop culture, from collecting comics to innovative merchandising, from superhero action figures to the ever-present Spider-Man lunchbox.

Batchelor examines many of Lee’s most beloved works, including the s comics that transformed Marvel from a second-rate company to a legendary publisher. This book reveals the risks Lee took to bring the characters to life and Lee’s tireless efforts to make comic books and superheroes part of mainstream culture for more than fifty years. Stan Lee: The Man behind Marvel not only reveals why Lee developed into such a central figure in American entertainment history, but brings to life the cultural significance of comic books and how the superhero genre reflects ideas central to the American experience.

Candid, authoritative, and utterly absorbing, this is a biography of a man who dreamed of one day writing the Great American Novel, but ended up doing so much more–changing American culture by creating new worlds and heroes that have entertained generations of readers. This fun, pocket-sized and practical guide is jam-packed with helpful tips on how to remember those all-important medical facts crucial to exam success and invaluable throughout the medical career.

New to this edition are 35 additional mnemonics, more information on prescribing, a section on the use of ‘smart drugs’ when studying, additional SWOT boxes and an improved interior layout with more colour for added clarity. The third edition remains an essential read for every medical student.

The Science of College by Patricia S. Herzog; Casey T. Harris; Shauna A. Morimoto; Shane W. Barker; Jill G. Wheeler; A. Justin Barnum; Terrance L.

Boyd ISBN: The transition to adulthood is a complex process, and college is pivotal to this experience. The Science of College aids entering college students – and the people who support them – in navigating college successfully, with up-to-date recommendations based upon real student situations, soundsocial science research, and the collective experiences of faculty, lecturers, advisors, and student support staff.

The stories captured in this book highlight how the challenges that college students encounter vary in important ways based on demographics and social backgrounds. Despite these variedbackgrounds, all students are more likely to have successful college experiences if they invest in their communities.

Universities have many resources available, but as this book will show, students need to learn when to access which resources and how best to engage with people serving students. This includes having a better awareness of the different roles held by university faculty and staff, and navigating who to go to for what, based upon understanding their distinct sets of expertise and approaches to support. There is no single template for student success. Yet, this book highlights common issues that many students face and provides science-based advice for how to navigate college.

Each topic covered is geared towards the life stage that most college students are in: emerging adulthood. In addition tothe student-focused chapters, the book includes appendixes with activities for students, tips for parents, and methods information for faculty. Supplemental website materials suggest classroom activities for instructors who adopt this book within first-year seminars and general education courses.

College students facing their first illness, accident, or anxiety away from home often flip-flop between wanting to handle it themselves and wishing their parents could swoop in and fix everything. Advice from peers and “Dr. Google” can be questionable. The Ultimate College Student Health Handbook provides accurate, trustworthy, evidence-based medical information served with a dose of humor to reduce anxiety and stress and help set appropriate expectations for more than fifty common issues.

What if you can’t sleep well or can’t sleep at all in your dorm room? What if a pill “gets stuck” in your throat? What if your roommate falls asleep or passes out wearing contacts, and wakes up with one painfully stuck? Your friend’s terrible sore throat isn’t Strep or Mono? What else could it be? What if everyone from your group project thinks they’re coming down with the flu the day before your presentation?

Jill Grimes has the answer to these questions and many more. Her guidebook is designed to help you: Decide if and when to seek medical help Know what to expect when you get there Plan for the worst-case scenario if you don’t seek help Learn how you can prevent this in the future Realize what you can do right now, before you see a doctor Understand the diagnostic and treatment options The topics of tattoos, smoking, vaping, pot, piercings, and prescription drugs will also be tackled throughout the pages of this handbook, ensuring you, your roommates, and your friends have a healthy semester.

It took me into the hearts of women I could otherwise never know. I was transported. Spanning eras and generations, it tells of the lives of three unforgettable women: Miss May Belle, a wise healing woman; her precocious and observant daughter Rue, who is reluctant to follow in her mother’s footsteps as a midwife; and their master’s daughter Varina.

The secrets and bonds among these women and their community come to a head at the beginning of a war and at the birth of an accursed child, who sets the townspeople alight with fear and a spreading superstition that threatens their newly won, tenuous freedom. Magnificently written, brilliantly researched, richly imagined, Conjure Women moves back and forth in time to tell the haunting story of Rue, Varina, and May Belle, their passions and friendships, and the lengths they will go to save themselves and those they love.

Praise for Conjure Women “[A] haunting, promising debut. Through complex characters and bewitching prose, Atakora offers a stirring portrait of the power conferred between the enslaved women.

This powerful tale of moral ambiguity amid inarguable injustice stands with Esi Edugyan’s Washington Black. Atakora structures a plot with plenty of satisfying twists. Life in the immediate aftermath of slavery is powerfully rendered in this impressive first novel. Agnes is a wild creature who walks her family’s land with a falcon on her glove and is known throughout the countryside for her unusual gifts as a healer, understanding plants and potions better than she does people.

Once she settles with her husband on Henley Street in Stratford-upon-Avon she becomes a fiercely protective mother and a steadfast, centrifugal force in the life of her young husband, whose career on the London stage is taking off when his beloved young son succumbs to sudden fever.

A luminous portrait of a marriage, a shattering evocation of a family ravaged by grief and loss, and a tender and unforgettable re-imagining of a boy whose life has been all but forgotten, and whose name was given to one of the most celebrated plays of all time, Hamnet is mesmerizing, seductive, impossible to put down–a magnificent leap forward from one of our most gifted novelists.

At the age of twelve, Sophie Caco is sent from her impoverished village of Croix-des-Rosets to New York, to be reunited with a mother she barely remembers. There she discovers secrets that no child should ever know, and a legacy of shame that can be healed only when she returns to Haiti–to the women who first reared her.

What ensues is a passionate journey through a landscape charged with the supernatural and scarred by political violence, in a novel that bears witness to the traditions, suffering, and wisdom of an entire people. Making History Happen by Derrilyn E. Morrison ISBN: Engaging familiar themes and issues of time, language, and identity, the readings focus on Signifying moments in the works of the poets under discussion.

Reflecting on some of the ways that transnational women poets of the black diaspora are using tropes of mobility to create a renewed sense of identity and a sense of belonging to a communal network, the readings also demonstrate that the project of re-writing individual self-identity in light of one’s expanding consciousness or awareness of the other is more urgent, and more demandingly realistic, in contemporary poetry written by women poets who occupy transnational spaces.

In these works, re-memory becomes a process that transforms, the gathering of memory reflecting the interrelatedness of communal and individual subjective identities. Rankine’s poetry collections are used to close the discourse in this book, for the call they make. An intriguing crossing of genres, their structural use of time and space reflects the stylistic inventiveness that has become a hallmark of transnational poets of the black diaspora.

In its transformation of language, and of images that remain open-ended in their meanings, Don’t Let Me Be Lonely fuses poetry, dialogue, and prose with images from television and other forms of communication media to create a poetic collection that is relentless in its confrontation with the way we make cultural meanings.

The collection of essays in this book calls attention to an emerging poetic body of Caribbean writing in America that requires naming, for it is new. Beset by the forces of European colonialism, US imperialism, and neoliberalism, the people of the Antilles have had good reasons to band together politically and economically, yet not all Dominicans, Haitians, and Puerto Ricans have heeded the calls for collective action.

So what has determined whether Antillean solidarity movements fail or succeed? Our Caribbean Kin considers three key moments in the region’s history: the nineteenth century, when the antillanismo movement sought to throw off the yoke of colonial occupation; the s, at the height of the region’s struggles with US imperialism; and the past thirty years, as neoliberal economic and social policies have encroached upon the islands.

At each moment, the book demonstrates, specific tropes of brotherhood, marriage, and lineage have been mobilized to construct political kinship among Antilleans, while racist and xenophobic discourses have made it difficult for them to imagine themselves as part of one big family. Recognizing the wide array of contexts in which Antilleans learn to affirm or deny kinship, Reyes-Santos draws from a vast archive of media, including everything from canonical novels to political tracts, historical newspapers to online forums, sociological texts to local jokes.

Along the way, she uncovers the conflicts, secrets, and internal hierarchies that characterize kin relations among Antilleans, but she also discovers how they have used notions of kinship to create cohesion across differences.

Presenting the essential writings of black lesbian poet and feminist writer Audre Lorde, Sister Outsider celebrates an influential voice in twentieth-century literature. Her prose is incisive, unflinching, and lyrical, reflecting struggle but ultimately offering messages of hope. This commemorative edition includes a new foreword by Lorde-scholar and poet Cheryl Clarke, who celebrates the ways in which Lorde’s philosophies resonate more than twenty years after they were first published.

These landmark writings are, in Lorde’s own words, a call to “never close our eyes to the terror, to the chaos which is Black which is creative which is female which is dark which is rejected which is messy which is. Based on true events–and narrated by a Greek Chorus of the generation of gay men lost to AIDS–Two Boys Kissing follows Harry and Craig, two seventeen-year-olds who are about to take part in a hour marathon of kissing to set a new Guinness World Record.

While the two increasingly dehydrated and sleep-deprived boys are locking lips, they become a focal point in the lives of other teens dealing with universal questions of love, identity, and belonging.

It is phenomenal. There is a voice of longing inside each woman. We strive so mightily to be good: good partners, daughters, mothers, employees, and friends. We hope all this striving will make us feel alive. Instead, it leaves us feeling weary, stuck, overwhelmed, and underwhelmed. We look at our lives and wonder: Wasn’t it all supposed to be more beautiful than this?

We quickly silence that question, telling ourselves to be grateful, hiding our discontent–even from ourselves. For many years, Glennon Doyle denied her own discontent. Then, while speaking at a conference, she looked at a woman across the room and fell instantly in love.

Three words flooded her mind: There She Is. At first, Glennon assumed these words came to her from on high. But she soon realized they had come to her from within. This was her own voice–the one she had buried beneath decades of numbing addictions, cultural conditioning, and institutional allegiances.

This was the voice of the girl she had been before the world told her who to be. Glennon decided to quit abandoning herself and to instead abandon the world’s expectations of her. She quit being good so she could be free. She quit pleasing and started living. Soulful and uproarious, forceful and tender, Untamed is both an intimate memoir and a galvanizing wake-up call. It is the story of how one woman learned that a responsible mother is not one who slowly dies for her children, but one who shows them how to fully live.

It is the story of navigating divorce, forming a new blended family, and discovering that the brokenness or wholeness of a family depends not on its structure but on each member’s ability to bring her full self to the table. And it is the story of how each of us can begin to trust ourselves enough to set boundaries, make peace with our bodies, honor our anger and heartbreak, and unleash our truest, wildest instincts so that we become women who can finally look at ourselves and say: There She Is.

Untamed shows us how to be brave. As Glennon insists: The braver we are, the luckier we get. Divulging the rich tradition of homosexuality in the arts from an unabashed perspective, Gay Art represents a unique effort in the art publishing market whose cultural relevance will ensure its success.

It is a scientific study led by Professor James Smalls who teaches art history in the prestigious University of Maryland, Baltimore. The author highlights the sensibility particular to homosexuals, and abandons all classical clichs and sociological approaches. This book examines the process of creation and allows one to comprehend the contribution of homosexuality to the evolution of emotional perception.

In a time when all barriers have been overcome, this analysis offers a new understanding of our civilisations masterpieces. Libby is the oldest child of six, going on seven, in a family that adheres to the “quiverfull” lifestyle: strict evangelical Christians who believe that they should have as many children as God allows because children are like arrows in the quiver of “God’s righteous warriors.

Zo and hir family are as far to the left ideologically as Libby’s family is to the right, and yet Libby and Zo, who are the same age, feel a connection that leads them to friendship–a friendship that seems doomed from the start because of their families’ differences.

Through deft storytelling, built upon extraordinary character development, author Watts offers a close examination of the contemporary compartmentalization of social interactions. The tensions that spring from their families’ cultural differences reflect the pointed conflicts found in today’s society, and illuminate a path for broader consideration. Winner of the Michael L. Printz Award — An achingly beautiful novel about grief and the enduring power of friendship.

Until you leave with only your phone, your wallet, and a picture of your mother. Marin hasn’t spoken to anyone from her old life since the day she left everything behind. No one knows the truth about those final weeks. Not even her best friend Mabel. But even thousands of miles away from the California coast, at college in New York, Marin still feels the pull of the life and tragedy she’s tried to outrun.

Now, months later, alone in an emptied dorm for winter break, Marin waits. Mabel is coming to visit and Marin will be forced to face everything that’s been left unsaid and finally confront the loneliness that has made a home in her heart. This gorgeously crafted and achingly honest portrayal of grief will leave you urgent to reach across any distance to reconnect with the people you love. A quietly moving, potent novel. This is a perfect book. Beautifully written, heartfelt, and deeply real.

It explores sex, dating, relationships, puberty, and both physical and online safety. The issue today is not whether or not queer youth will get sex education; the issue is how and where they will gather information and whether or not the information they gather will be applicable, reliable, or exploitative. Equipping teens and their families with knowledge and self-confidence, this book provides the best protection against the unfortunate backlash that is sometimes encountered by those who grow up queer.

From internationally bestselling author Sarah Winman comes an unforgettable and heartbreaking novel celebrating love in all its forms, and the little moments that make up the life of one man. Sparsely written and achingly beautiful The most powerful take on love, loss and vulnerability I’ve read in years. But it’s not as simple as that. Ellis and Michael are twelve-year-old boys when they first become friends, and for a long time it is just the two of them, cycling the streets of Oxford, teaching themselves how to swim, discovering poetry, and dodging the fists of overbearing fathers.

And then one day this closest of friendships grows into something more. But then we fast-forward a decade or so, to find that Ellis is married to Annie, and Michael is nowhere in sight. Which leads to the question: What happened in the years between? With beautiful prose and characters that are so real they jump off the page, Tin Man is a love letter to human kindness and friendship, and to loss and living.

Her alienation grows when her mother is swept up into an evangelical church, replete with Christian salsa, abstinent young dancers, and baptisms for the dead. But there, Francisca also meets the magnetic Carmen: opinionated and charismatic, head of the youth group, and the pastor’s daughter. As her mother’s mental health deteriorates and her grandmother descends into alcoholism, Francisca falls more and more intensely in love with Carmen. To get closer to her, Francisca turns to Jesus to be saved, even as their relationship hurtles toward a shattering conclusion.

They are a merciless satirist in control of a pitch-perfect voice that makes an indisputable case for Spanglish as the perfect vehicle to express what we are really like right now.

Why are public toilets such a political issue? How has feminism changed the available gender roles — and for whom? In this unique illustrated guide, Meg-John Barker and Jules Scheele travel through our shifting understandings of gender across time and space — from ideas about masculinity and femininity, to non-binary and trans genders, to intersecting experiences of gender, race, sexuality, class, disability and more.

Tackling current debates and tensions, which can divide communities and even cost lives, Barker and Scheele look to the past and the future to explore how we might all approach gender in more caring and celebratory ways. From Freddie Mercury’s contribution to music and Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa to James Baldwin’s best-selling essays and more, discover tales of courage, triumph, and determination.

Published to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, this extraordinary book shows children that anything is possible. Discover the inspiring stories of these LGBT artists, writers, innovators, athletes, and activists who have made great contributions to culture, from ancient times to present day. Make the most out of your college experience with these manageable self-care tips that are easy to incorporate into your busy college lifestyle. As a student in college–you’re dealing with a lot.

At times this can be physically, mentally, and emotionally draining between classes, homework, activities, and building a new social life for yourself. But the secret to making sure these are the best years of your life is making time for self-care. If you’ve been working for hours on your latest paper, take a walk around campus to get moving.

If you’re feeling tired after a long week of classes and activities, give yourself permission to say no to those Friday night plans and take a relaxing evening for yourself. Self-Care for College Students offers suggestions that help you tackle every aspect of taking care of yourself from the simplest tasks to rewarding activities that might require more planning. Whether it is making sure you eat a healthy meal to utilizing your school’s support services, there is advice for any situation.

In this book, find realistic and practical self-care activities that you can try right away to maximize your college experience. Each activity is designed to help you refuel, such as making sure you get enough sleep to developing an exercise routine.

Start making time for you and make your college years the best of your life–all while building lifelong habits for success and happiness for years to come.

From the host of the beloved Netflix series Time to Eat and winner of The Great British Baking Show come over time-smart recipes to tackle family mealtime.

Nadiya Hussain knows that feeding a family and juggling a full work load can be challenging. Time to Eat solves mealtime on weeknights and busy days with quick and easy recipes that the whole family will love.

Nadiya shares all her tips and tricks for making meal prep as simple as possible, including ideas for repurposing leftovers and components of dishes into new recipes, creating second meals to keep in the freezer, and using shortcuts–like frozen foods–to cut your prep time significantly. Each recipe also notes exactly how long it will take to prepare and cook, making planning easy.

Helpful icons identify which recipes can be made ahead, which ones are freezer-friendly, and which ones can be easily doubled. A soaring tale in which, at long last, these daring World War II pilots gain the credit they deserve.

At twenty-two, Fort had escaped Nashville’s debutante scene for a fresh start as a flight instructor in Hawaii. She and her student were in the middle of their lesson when the bombs began to fall, and they barely made it back to ground that morning.

Still, when the U. Army Air Forces put out a call for women pilots to aid the war effort, Fort was one of the first to respond. She became one of just over 1, women from across the nation to make it through the Army’s rigorous selection process and earn her silver wings. While not authorized to serve in combat, the WASP helped train male pilots for service abroad, and ferried bombers and pursuits across the country.

Thirty-eight WASP would not survive the war. But even taking into account these tragic losses, Love and Cochran’s social experiment seemed to be a resounding success–until, with the tides of war turning, Congress clipped the women’s wings.

The program was disbanded, the women sent home. But the bonds they’d forged never failed, and over the next few decades they came together to fight for recognition as the military veterans they were–and for their place in history. Israeli Nobel Laureate S. Agnon’s famous masterpiece, his novel Only Yesterday, here appears in English translation for the first time. Published in , the book tells a seemingly simple tale about a man who immigrates to Palestine with the Second Aliya–the several hundred idealists who returned between and to work the Hebrew soil as in Biblical times and revive Hebrew culture.

Only Yesterday quickly became recognized as a monumental work of world literature, but not only for its vivid historical reconstruction of Israel’s founding society. This epic novel also engages the reader in a fascinating network of meanings, contradictions, and paradoxes all leading to the question, what, if anything, controls human existence?

Seduced by Zionist slogans, young Isaac Kumer imagines the Land of Israel filled with the financial, social, and erotic opportunities that were denied him, the son of an impoverished shopkeeper, in Poland. Once there, he cannot find the agricultural work he anticipated. Instead Isaac happens upon house-painting jobs as he moves from secular, Zionist Jaffa, where the ideological fervor and sexual freedom are alien to him, to ultra-orthodox, anti-Zionist Jerusalem.

While some of his Zionist friends turn capitalist, becoming successful merchants, his own life remains adrift and impoverished in a land torn between idealism and practicality, a place that is at once homeland and diaspora.

Eventually he marries a religious woman in Jerusalem, after his worldly girlfriend in Jaffa rejects him. Led astray by circumstances, Isaac always ends up in the place opposite of where he wants to be, but why?

The text soars to Surrealist-Kafkaesque dimensions when, in a playful mode, Isaac drips paint on a stray dog, writing “Crazy Dog” on his back. Causing panic wherever he roams, the dog takes over the story, until, after enduring persecution for so long without “understanding” why, he really does go mad and bites Isaac. The dog has been interpreted as everything from the embodiment of Exile to a daemonic force, and becomes an unforgettable character in a book about the death of God, the deception of discourse, the power of suppressed eroticism, and the destiny of a people depicted in all its darkness and promise.

Wide-ranging and poignant reflections on literature, art, science, and memory. In this collection of essays, stories, and poems, award-winning poet and fiction writer Myra Sklarew traces a journey across the latter half of the twentieth century and into the twenty-first.

Her point of view is Jewish, though her subjects include science, exile, the future, the Holocaust, the remaining Jewish community of Morocco, Yiddish poetry, the visual arts, and teaching.

Many of these pieces deal with personal subjects—the search for a grandfather’s birthplace, the death of a mother, the profound effect of a teacher, the struggle of a woman to embrace Judaism.

Whether writing about medicine, Messiah, or the first speech of an infant, Sklarew’s work finds its roots in Judaism, a Judaism fashioned in large part by the author’s own hands. Ultimately, the book is about access, about following one’s own curiosity despite the obstacles that might appear along the way. And it is about a kind of belief: that nothing will be wasted, that all that we can learn will have a place in our lives eventually, though we may not know its purpose at the time.

The Second Scroll by A. Klein; Elizabeth A. The Second Scroll, the only novel by poet A. Klein, is an ambitious and complex work that interlaces prose, poetry, drama, and commentary. The narrative follows a Canadian Jew to the newly established state of Israel on a double mission – to collect the emerging national literature and to search for his Uncle Melech Davidson, a Holocaust survivor. Klein creates a modern Torah out of the uncle’s crises of faith as he attempts to come to terms with the atrocities of the Second World War.

The five chapters of The Second Scroll mirror the books of the Pentateuch the ‘first scroll’ and the language is rich with biblical, talmudic, kabbalistic, and literary allusions as both the narrator and his uncle wrestle with the meaning of Jewish identity, messianic faith, and homecoming.

Popham and Pollock’s scholarly edition re-creates the feel of the Knopf publication of now a collector’s item-but restores the text to Klein’s original vision. This includes echoing the architectural structure of the Sistine Chapel in the physical layout of ‘Gloss Gimel,’ Klein’s powerful commentary on Michelangelo’s famous ceiling. Extensive annotations, and appendices that cross-reference the finished book to the raw material gathered during the author’s trip to Israel and to the fund-raising speeches he delivered on his return, give the reader access to the process by which the novel took shape.

Klein, and of interest not only to Klein scholars, The Second Scroll marks the inception of Holocaust literature and holds a central place in the Canadian literary canon.

Award-winning videomaker, performance artist, and pop-culture provocateur Kip Fulbeck has captivated audiences worldwide with his mixture of highcomedy and personal narrative. In Paper Bullets, his first novel, Fulbeck taps into his Cantonese, English, Irish, and Welsh heritage, weaving a fictional autobiography from 27 closely linked stories, essays, and confessions.

CashTrack by Moboluwagbe Toluwanimi Adesanmi. Python Job Search by Crawford Morris. Commonplace by Teng Yi Yun Grace. Cs50 final project by Antonio Santos. MCScript by Bernard Montens. Civi Serve by Raphael Lerner. Shelfi by Nisanth Chandran. This project was to build a news aggregator web app with Django and python web scraping beautifulsoup4. Covid Fighter by Chan Zhen Yuan. Wiki Read by Stephan Bakkelund Valois.

ConneX by Aryan Kashyap. It is the infobot for the local community. He can a few things: to welcome new members and check their introductions and to give information about local shops, cafes and other places. Blinks detector by Srijan Mehrotra. Random Meal by Moritz Zerwes. Project NC by Reinaldo Coronel.

Health Watch by Matthew Bryan. Subscription Tracker by Tarosh G. The subscription tracker app helps keep track of your subscriptions and to stay on top of your financial game. Corona Virus Tracker by Rishi Athavale.

Simple C by Vishaal Mehta. A website that allows users to record and store their courses and grades, as well as predict their GPA based on expected grades Please do let me know if I am displayed in the gallery! The Wiki Game by Abhishek Karale. TaskPlan by Kenneth Gu.

Drawify by Makeo Tom. Tomado is a Pomodoro Timer written in Python with a GUI, which offers the option to track tasks, as well as the option to utilise custom timings in minute increments. Telecommerce by Davin Wu Jin Rui. Rental Property Analysis by Terence Desmond.

Dynamic portfolio with contains my projects, about me section, online resources and documentation, blog which has got various posts of my problems sets solutions and got register and login section to make changes on blog. Visitor Book by Adhikar Babu. BAKA downloads comics from the internet, and converts them into ebooks complete with a table of contents for each chapter. Balances by Alec Huertas. The user registers and logs in to access the portal, in the portal he inserts the data and in the main dashboard these data are updated automatically.

The site was developed in Portuguese, as it tends to be used by users who speak only Portuguese. Journal50 by Pushkar Anand Kadam.

Spacious mind by Daniel Krasnenko. Web-based Cashier by Daniel Tri. Best Bread by Michael Patterson. CS50 Blackjack by Maximilian Thull. MyMidi by Alan Lumb. Kickeridoo50 by Keviindran Ramachandran. An app for keeping track of the score for foosball matches, or Kicker as they are known here in Germany. Matthew’s Utility Program by Matthew Te.

CS50 Weather by Kareem Mehanna. A web application that automates the process of filling out a voter registration form. Ork Jazz by Benjamin Biles. Corona Math by JoAnn Scales. Sports by Izhar Ali. Let’s Read by Aditya. A Full-Stack Web App where readers can look for their favorite books and their reviews. Shades of Grey by Kristin Lindes. Notebook by Egor Osipov. Company Admin Software by Ben Siddall.

This software is designed for managing a companies contacts, sales, and purchase orders in a simple and easy to use way. Multiple Intelligence by Timothy Samuel Ninan. Project Pehchaan by Syeda Malaika Rizvi. TweetDeets mobile app for Android by Gregory Gunderson. Ilyas ML by Ilyas Millali. Notes by Salami David Wisdom. A Web application that allows user to get real-time information about the Covid in their country and also to keep track of their movments to help to identify possible focus of infection and risk.

Legal Angel by Lauren Grbich. Battleship Game by Hrishikesh Mulkutkar. Flappy Bird by Himanya Verma. Iris by Eric Wan. HaloStats by Joshua Shinkle. An iOS app that handles different user accounts, gets user input, and uses an online database to store game statistics from a user’s Halo 5 multiplayer games and then return a summary page with the average statistics from all games.

Basic Assembly Interpreter by Boran Seckin. Big Shirt Haadi by Basith Mohammed. Marvel Quiz by Dhruv Arora. Rural App by Ivan Naranjo. Marvel’s Encyclopedia by Gouri Ashok Bhise. Private dental web app by Vladimir.

Be the hero by Matheus Machado Guerzoni Duarte. It is an app to keep track of tasks and goals and keep a routine list with features like rearranging deleting and checkmarks. Virtual Cigar Lounge by Samer Daher. Health Monitor by Tanishq Gandhi. It is a web page which monitor your health and tells you specific details according to data given by user. Saysomething by Kritarth Mishra. Business communication Webapp by Samuel Hervas Gomez.

Offline conversions analytical tool by Mikhail Bogovalov. Recordbook Streamliner by Peter Ian Chacko. This project’s purpose is to streamline the documentation process of completing a Texas 4-H recordbook and free the student to explain how the activities impacted them personally.

Movie Library by James Hilton. SpaceGame by Calvin Riley. Google Voice Search by Felicia Liang. A chrome extension enhancing the google search experience by highlighting and navigating to key words and phrases. E-commerce app by Ahmed Gamal. A web application that allows you to keep track of your journal and your tasks with Calendar! Task Manager by Anton Starenkov.

Web application for a secure communication. Subject and message text are encrypted and stored encrypted in the SQlite seccomm DB. The receiver can decrypt the subject and message text with the key stored as hash in the DB. Event Counter by Wesley Nepomuceno. Point of Sale by Munasib Khan. My project allows people to both generate secure passwords and check the strength of their passwords.

Scanify by Jake Matthew Nudelman. A Windows desktop app for adding music from your local music library to your Spotify library. Let’s Educate by Carlos S. Let’s Educate is a web app that helps students in finding the right resources that match their curriculum.

Parker’s Talking Metronome by Parker Siddall. Japanese Pop Culture by Nana Owyong. Goku’s Adventure by Rudro Ganguly. Personal Finance by Seif Mohamed Abdelghany. Shark Dodge by Mark James Doyle. MyFriends by Allan Nevala. Klark Cases by Nader Raafat. Bob o lixinho by Alessandro Willian Nogueira. Bob o lixinho by alesssandro willian nogueira. Signature System by ahmadkuedr gmail.

Cocktails Science 50 by Georgios Dimitropoulos. Surveys Made Easy by Aryendu Pande. Caraka by Dandun Adi Nugroho. This app help people to learn how to write in Javanese Script known as aksara jawa , which is one of traditional language in Indonesia. My project is about a weather watchlist, where you are able to see multiples weathers from different cities.

Memories by Nathan Mayo. A simple web application that provides a simple todo list functionality such as adding, updating and deleting task. The Art Gallery by Hassan Suhaib. This is an application for creating personal shopping lists with things in different currencies. ChordMaster by Olivier Casalta. ChordMaster is a music editor that produces chord progressions for musicians who want to improvize. Typing Speed Test by Aahaan Sachin.

MyShelf by Charlene Bennevault. A virtual bookshelf which allows you to keep track of the books you owned and the books you borrowed. Retrospect by Ludovico Andrea Alberta. Produce an iCalendar file. A platform that matches teachers with passion and youths with difficulties in accessing to the most basic education. B entrega via bike by Jose Junior Silva.

This is CS50 final project that I have created a simple table with creat, read, edit and add features to the table and also the user can search for the column fields. I used javascript, html, css to create my web application.

Thank you. Fraud Register by Nitesh Aggarwal. You can Search Frauds done by other people and also submit your own. Data is crowd sourced from people. Virus Tracker by Roi Solomon. Mastermind by Simon Rabecq. Tron50 by Gabriel Villas Boas Sancho. Be Ingenious!

Virus C by Adrian Limon. Bee by Rex He. Web scraping stock data using multithreading by Roy de Haas. The program downloads historical stock data with mulithreading to make it run faster. Find my pet by Rafael Ferreira. A web application that allows a chess player to see all the positions he reached in his games played at chess.

Red Box Communications by Jorge Alcaraz. Message Bits by Shashank Gowda V. Snake Game by Ana Ramirez de las Heras. It is a web based application, people could order products on it and administrator can manage it. Nonprofit Patron Tracker by Anna Lezard. A website for nonprofits to dynamically keep track of monthly donors and donation amounts. Portfolio Balancer by Georgina Neatby. Mail Processing automatization by Ezequiel Gomez Bacher. Analyses a group of emails and generates a csv file from where it is easier to work from.

Tascal by Addie Hannan. Art Everyday by Megan Davies. Mario Rebooted by Marcox C. SchoolVid19 by Abhishek Shahane. Snippet Curator by Andrew Davies. A Hero’s Symphony is a game i poured my heart into, a game about slimes, skeletons, orcs and dungeons. Rate your experiences by Esin Osman. A website that allows users to search up for a seasonal internship program in a database, look at past reviews about the specific program, and write their own reviews.

StudyClass by Blessing Boaslah. Resource Hub by Rohit Kumaran. A google chrome extension to read twitter threads in an easier quick and concise manner. Apnimandi FoodBite by Mohit Varma. Cadastr is a web app for searching property information and creating computer generated reports and dxf site plans.

The project is a web application called Global Owner, where you can list-up your property information to manage your property investment status. Financial Declarations by Zhohan Vsevolod. Watchlist by Gavriel Schneider. Quizathon by Agastya Dey. Is this a soccer game? BlogFifty by Md Fahad Hossain.

BlogFifty is a blog posting site where one can make a post in markdown language and share it across the world. What To Cook by Mike Lobb. Expense Manager by Ohwofasa Peter Avwerosuo. This is a web application which can be used by educational institutions to provide online access to students when applying for resit examinations for missed major examinations.

Fighter Shots by Pratik Madhvani. PodProd by Michael Decker. A basic CRM application that can be used to track clients and tickets for employees. Dip is aimed at beginners, looking to start with programming. Google Chrome extension that uses JavaScript to change background image of a webpage.

Face-Recognition by Christian Blois. This is a face recognition app in python that can identify the faces of anyone in a picture. Poker 50! Play poker for fun, betting points and try to double your price as many times as you want! Clauser by Adrian Robayo. Summervale by Preetom Kumar Biswas. The app allows users to prepare their own study materials on the site using images and masks, and then schedules reviews based on an algorithm.

El-Wasfa by Omar Ahmed Saeed. Pokemon Deck Organizer by Silas N. Course Selector by Ellis Brown. Deal or No Deal by Daniel Lomelin. Weather by Raaghav Agarwal. It is a weather website that tells you how the weather is right now and in the future. Bigfoot50 by Larry Miller. EduMech will help master students perform rapid numerical calculations in class to solve complex problems of continuum mechanics, and will help students develop an intuition of abstract mechanics concepts through graphical outputs.

Virtual Account Manager by Mathew Joseph. Challenge by Aleksandr Trubin. Shooty Bird by Charles Lamarque. Power Gym by Ali Hassan Ahmed. Appoitment booking and managing web application for diagnostics centers by Brijesh Arvindbhai Patel.

Tic Tac Toe by Darren Soh. Beneath the surface by Justin Zing Hou Fok. Reading Lot by Justin Alianto. AnyShop by Aleksandr Tkachenko. This is the online store where a user can register, log in to his account, select the product he needs and place an order, or contact the support chat. Sudoku solver by David Johannes de Ridder. Find My Dog by Mihail Shaklev. An implentation of remote procedure call which involves the solution to a real time scenario problem thereby reducing code redundancy and space complexity.

Divine Crochet Liz by Emmanuel Buysse. Image Fire by Peter Yang. Purtrace by Andrew Ku. Purchase tracking tool to remember what you purchased without you having to remember. Remedy by Parker Szachta. My web app is a daily mood tracker that provides resources, metadata, and a list of users. An interactive website that gives important info, such as character backgrounds and summaries, on the famous anime Dragon Ball!

Cheer Up! IT jakscrape by Irvan Tristian. Visual Music by Roy Leibovitz. Lee’s Calendar by Lee Chia Hao. Web based application for travel sharing in Africa by Sandisiwe Khanyisa Thisani.

Stock Education by Samuel Schroeder. An Android App that lets you compare your pronunciation with another pronunciation from a native speaker sourse. Stocks Dashboard allows users to input the stock ticker of any stock, and be able to see the stock price trends and a variety of other financial data presented in the form of an interactive dashboard and tables. It’s a website with courses that teachers can subscribe, to learn to use in an educational context different tools like Google Forms or Kahoot.

Bookkeepr by Robert Collings. Project zombie 2 by Raynard Jeiprakasam. Random Fact Generator by connor oakman. Chess Engine by Divij Jain. WebChat by Sara Santosh Yadav. Chat50 by Ansh Maroo. Sorting Visualizer App by Akash Sharma. A web-app to track and record inter-company transactions with relevant user privileges. An online web application that facilitates and monitors the provision of feedback amongs peer groups.

Cellular Automata Explorer by Justin Leung. A webapp that allows you explore the elegance and intricacies of cellular automata, complete with 27 interesting rulesets including the famous Conway’s Game of Life.

Photo by Mohamed Helmy. Elite Prep by Madiha Gurchani. Gaussian elimination by David. Galaxy Wars by Aryamani Boruah. Track Covid19 India by Shikhar Bhardwaj. Movie Finder by Leandro Pinheiro Rapini. Movie Finder helps you find interesting movies to watch by creatively exploring IMDB’s post movie database.

Registered users can log in to track their BMI via both graph and table, which is stored so they can see their trends over a long period of time. There are links on the page to see how they can decrease their BMI and each calculation is colour-coded to the severity of BMI. Real time stock analysis by Yash Wadhawe. Intensity by Benjamin A Feuer. ChemFriend by Payton Kim. Nostos by Mohammad Zaid Khaishagi.

The Path Forward by Kasper Viita. Bus App by Teik Mun Wong. Sprouts by Peter ter Haar. Covid19 Tracker by Tanishq chandra. An app that tracks about the status of covid cases in india, in the states of india and almost every nation in the world. DnD-Eon by Tyler Holstein. YegEvents by Youssef Ismail. Crypto Treasure by Graeme Barnes. Spotify CD player by Max Hayes. A user can play their Spotify playlists while an aesthetic CD of that playlist spins around.

It is made for students to evaluate their professors and professors understands students better and make self-reflections. The Videogame Tracker by Antonio Malafronte. An engaging adventure that starts with a game of pong but turns into an interesting adventure that’s above and beyond what a game of pong can offer. EDD used phones by Edward Danu. MyGarden by Olivia Shen. Task Organizer by Saranya Tadikonda.

It is a simple web application that allows users to organize their daily tasks and when they are due. CS50 Tasks by Avyukta Gagneja. A new eficcient way to organize your ideias by writing, reading and modifying all of them in just one click, in just one program. Spoti-Info by Nicolas Matiz. Calendar by Matthew Stachyra.

It implements a calendar in a doubly linked list where each node holds an event that is built from a class that holds the date and time.

A fragrance lover’s dream, it provides you with information on fragrances using machine learning TensorFlow. A health website that calculates the user’s body mass index BMI and body fat percentage. ConnectN is a python based game, it is an improved version of Connect4, with AI and some cool features. Accountabuddy by Matthew Ng. A web application where users can create and manage weekly goals for themselves and friends.

Tushar verma project by Tushar verma. Bharat by Eshupriye Belgotra. It will fetch all news headlines from google that includes the key words that the user enters, and the user’s search history will be stored in a database that allows the user to delete that database’s contents.

Afterthoughts by Andrew Yeo. My project gives you a snap shot of what i have learned, a recap of the 9 week course, and my comments on each week. Canadian Election Forecasting by Donovan Capes. Frames by Poey Kai En, Ian. TTennisX by Daniel Yip. ToDo by Isabelle Ilyia. Pulse Oximeter by Aravind Roshan. My project is an hardware based application for which I programmed the arduino to track the user’s pulse rate and oxygen saturation level.

Productivity by Shashank Batra. Name Popularity Project by Claire Piquette. Give the program your name and choose which provinces you would like to see and it will show you how frequent your name has been over the years. It is a group of webpages based on my interests with external links to well known websites.

Path Finder by Jash Chirag Bhalavat. Spiritalk by Houssam Haddad. Spiritalk is a game that allows you to trick your friends into believing that they are talking to an internet spirit. Budget Buddy by Mustafa Mahmoud Sobhy.

It’s a web application that gives you the ability to control your budget and track the flow of money in or out of your wallet. Gnome by Zachary Doucet. FisioRespiratoria by William Guilherme. Break 50 by Dave Brown. On My Behalf by Elizabeth Pukal. Online fruit store by Tan Cia Pei. BT Retail by Sebastien Bruggeman. Portfolio Manager by Srevatsan. Nugget by Ana Hidalgo de la Vega.

Nugget is an iOS app that lets you record and remember nuggets of wisdom, so you never forget your best ideas again! Currency Convertor by Utsav Negi. Convert the value of one currency to other currencies and list the US Dollar rates in currencies. BricksPortfolio by Wouter Steendam. Build a website to store my favorite movies, including movie title and a movie trailer.

Manno’s Catering by Karim El Shazly. Covid19 Search App by Patrick Kittle. Cat Feeding Machine by Patrik Sopran.

Asteroids In Lua by Caleb Balay. Trump Twitter Tracker by William Keating. Initials Generator by Surya Kasibhatla. Robot Shooter by Quek Yee Hsien. Simple Scrum Board by Wonjae Kim. Code that can help anyone to perfect their writings and texts in and out of school, using a thesaurus and a grade identifier.

M school by Maung Shine. A web application which can monitor student information, applications and make announcements to students. Fitness Pal by Ravi Kiran Vallamkonda. Kill All Aliens! NinoBot by Marinos Papadakis. Register by Helton Ricardo Santos da Costa. Caseload by Ariel Malave. SaucyBoys by Martin Tang. For my CS50x – Introduction to Computer Science Course, I decided to create a website called Saucyboys that allow users to buy soysauce and learn about the company.

A website that creates an environment for people to provide peer support to each other to encourage mental well-being. Converter by Hamza Amr Ahmed Alfarrash. CaloTrack by James Kivai. Soliman Gharieb by Soliman Gharieb Soliman. Space Rush by Lautaro Melchiori. Trader assistant by Omar Sheashaa.

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Early voting, which is underway in Minnesota, is a great option for people with disabilities. But many people still like to cast ballots in person, on the day of the election. Voters with disabilities can find assistance at the polls or bring a helper.

Be ready to follow specific rules. Bringing a helper? A family member, friend, neighbor, legal guardian or staff member from a residential facility can come along and help with voting. Let the election judges know that a helper is present as soon as the voter signs in. Make it clear that help is needed to fill out a ballot.

Having a candidate assist at the polls has been a controversial topic in Minnesota in recent years. A helper can assist in all parts of the voting process, including in the voting booth. The voter can show a ballot privately to an election judge to check that it is correctly marked. Helpers are also not allowed to tell others how someone voted.

Voters with disabilities can also use motor voting or curbside voting at a polling place. Have a helper go into the polls and request help. Two election judges, each from different parties, will come out and help with the ballot. This option of voting can also be used to register at the polls. Or it can be used to update voter registration, as registration materials can be brought to a waiting vehicle.

Ask for assistance at the polls. Election judges are there to help. An example of an update might be when someone moves withing an assisted living facility. The apartment number may be different and the voter still lives in the same precinct.

But that requires a new registration. Election judges are always available to help. Ask when signing in. Help with marking a ballot can be obtained from two election judges from different political more parties. Election judges can also help voters find a seated voting booth or place to fill out a ballot.

A precinct should have at least one voting booth where a person can vote using a chair or a wheelchair. Assistance can also be obtained by using a ballot marking machine. A simple way to provide such proof is to ask the facility staff to go along to the polls with the voter, and vouch for that person.

Vouching is when the staff swears that they personally know people who live in the facility. Any staff person can vouch for all eligible voters who are facility residents. However, staff must prove their employment with election officials. Methods of proof include showing an employee identification badge.

It is helpful for a facility to send a certified staff list to election officials in advance. The list must go to the county election office at least 20 days prior to the election.

If a company has facilities in different precincts, a form must be sent for each facility in each precinct. If staff work at multiple locations, they can appear on more than one list. If a staff list is taken directly to a polling place, it must be on facility letterhead, with the address. List the staff members who will take residents to vote. The letter must be signed and dated, and have the name as well as the title of the signer. It is then taken to the polling place. Elections coverage is provided in cooperation with Ramsey County Elections.

For others, it will offer opportunities for greater choice, flexibility and independence. Like PCA services, CFSS can get help with activities of daily living, instrumental activities of daily living and health-related tasks. Improvements of CFSS include greater flexibility and funding for technology and home and vehicle modifications that help to increase independence. Service amounts will be based on each. People receiving services will develop their own service delivery plan with help of a new consultation service.

The Consultation Service will assist individuals to make informed choices about their options and responsibilities within CFSS. From page 1 a safeguard against improper influence. Some voters may find themselves in a hospital or care center prior to an election. Local election officials send teams of election judges to these facilities during the 20 days before the election.

The judges distribute ballots to eligible residents of the facility and assist voters as needed. Only residents of the city or town where the facility is located can vote in this manner. Others must request absentee ballots from their home communities. Or a designated agent can deliver a ballot to the voter. What if the voter is living in a residential facility?

A voter can register online, fill out and send in a paper form, or go with a facility staff member to register in person during the election. Residential facilities can include group residential housing or group homes, assisted living facilities, nursing homes. From page 1 action. Workers at the state level has also been tied up with other work related to the pandemic.

The ability to have staff drive clients to appointments, shopping and on other needed trips was seen as a huge gain. Many people on the PCA program have been told in recent years that state law prevents staff from driving them anyway. During hearings during the session, people with disabilities and advocates emphasized the importance of the change,.

PCAs currently can go to the store and shop for their clients with a shopping list. They can accompany them using state-reimbursed, nonemergency medical transportation services. If a PCA does drive a client to a destination, the staffer must clock out for the time spent in transit, and clock back in once arriving at the destination.

As for CFSS itself, delays have been an issue since CFSS has been on the drawing boards for several years. The PCA program has served Minnesotans with disabilities for almost 50 years.

CFSS was presented as having varying impacts on the lives of people with disabilities. A overview by DHS staff indicated that the new program would mean little change in the daily lives on some people with. Receiving an award? Joining a board? Moving to new space? Winning a race? Filling a top post? Access Press welcomes submissions for the People and Places pages. Submissions are due by the 15th of each month.

They trigger grand mal seizures, headaches and nausea. They have been proven to be dangerous for the health of everyone. There are no medications for this type of epilepsy. Even anti-seizure medications on the market cause light sensitivity. I have reached out to senators, as well as Gov. Access Board. The people who have been elected or assigned to help those with disabilities seem to be turning a deaf ear to our pleas.

I am currently giving my time to Soft Lights www. It is an advocacy group dedicated to protecting civil rights of those with light sensitivity disabilities. This includes people with autism, epilepsy, lupus, PTSD etc. We are desperate, that these lights get changed and the strobes outlawed. The invention of LED lights for illumination has dramatically changed the world in an incredibly short amount of time. Citizens and government leaders alike jumped at the chance to save energy.

We need your advocacy. Additional supports for parents with disabilities would benefit families by Nikki Villavicencio When it comes to supports for people with disabilities, we often discuss quality of life. Creating supports for people with disabilities who want to have a family, is not frequently discussed.

Widespread discrimination leads to parents with disabilities to also have their parental rights terminated, barriers to prospective parents, barriers to adopting and fostering children.

The NCD report notes that multiple systems are to blame, including but not limited to, the child welfare, family law and adoption systems. One of the proposed recommendations from the NCD report is to steer change through state statues. Several states have passed legislation that addresses a patchwork of issues.

According to the Minnesota State Demographic Center, Minnesotans with disabilities are more than two times as likely to live in poverty than non-disabled people. It should not be surprising to anyone then, that parents with disabilities are three times more likely to have their parental rights terminated than their nondisabled counterpart.

Many know the challenges that all families face, involved in the child welfare system. Parents with disabilities are two times as likely than their non-disabled counterpart to also have the child welfare system involved in their lives.

So we can see the difference between parenting with a disability and parenting without a disability is economics.

These disparities are reported from the Minn-LinK Project. Minn-LinK is a system of data, that uses multiple agencies that the most marginalized children and families are served. In Minnesota about five years ago, a small group of advocates, providers, policymakers, and youth came together to draft legislation that would address parenting with a disability. This legislation creates a state-funded pilot program to provide supportive parenting services to parents who are eligible for personal care assistance services or Community First Services and Supports.

This new service would be called Supportive Parenting Services. The service would be eligible for parents that are currently receiving personal care assistance. The service would also be in addition to their current services and would not exceed 40 hours per month. Another section of the pilot project is to provide adaptive parenting equipment that would not otherwise be covered by medical services. One of the most promising sections of the state-funded pilot project is the establishment of the Parenting with a Disability Advisory Committee.

The advisory committee would include a number of members, but not limited to, legislative members, personal care attendants, people with disabilities, a representative from Child Protection Services, and representation from the Department of Human Services. The advisory committee, in conjunction with the Commissioner of Human Services, would also give a report to the legislature.

As we further the supports for parents with disabilities, the hope is to increase the quality of life for all people. We all deserve to live in whatever family we choose. Silver linings are hard to find when enduring a pandemic, but I am sure this is one of them. Thank you to all the supporters of parents! Nikki Villavicencio is a longtime disability rights activist. They felt safe and enjoyed their Minnesota State Fair experience As a longtime reader, and funder, of the Access Press, and as the parent of a daughter with disabilities, I cannot let pass the one-sided condemnation of the Minnesota State Fair, by the Minnesota Council on Disability MCD , that you gave voice to on the front page of your September, issue.

Let me offer a counterpoint. We all felt our visits to be COVID safe, just avoid the few crowded places entrance to the Midway , and wear masks for short visits in buildings with almost no visitors,.

My daughter especially likes to go there because of all the free give-aways; she made a haul this year. I strongly feel that almost all fair attendees I saw were doing a good job of social distancing, and keeping themselves safe.

There were a few crowded places, yes, but they were easy to avoid. What the MCD fails to recognize is that people can learn, and have learned in the last 18 months, how to stay COVID safe and still have some fun; even disabled people, of whom we saw many at the Fair.

I think the State Fair people deserve kudos for bringing back so much needed joy to so many people, and providing the means for each of us to do it safely it would have been impossible, as they said, to enforce a mask mandate; a mandate which, in my view, was totally unnecessary.

To be fair pun in tended , I do agree with MCD on the need for attendance caps — record setting crowds. The Paralympics, which ran from August 24 to September 5, received outstanding and unprecedented television coverage thanks to the good folks at NBC!

It was exciting to be able to watch Minnesota athletes Chuck Aoki, Rose Hollermann, and Mallory Waggemann compete for gold in their respective sports live from Tokyo! Thank you NBC for great coverage and for highlighting these 4, deserving Paralympic athletes from across the world! I am excited to see what you have planned for Beijing beginning March 4! Michael Sack Minneapolis. James P. Gerlich Minneapolis.

Speaking from personal experience as a member of the LGBTQ community, coming out to family, friends, and coworkers in my 40s was emotional, daunting, and stressful. I cannot imagine navigating that course as a person with intellectual and developmental challenges. The love and support available to me is not always available to others, especially to adults with developmental disabilities. We started our group after connecting with Dr.

Rainbow Support Group meets one evening per month and is open to non-Wingspan members as well. David Weston dedicated his life to meeting people and connecting with them.

He was 64 and a lifelong Duluth resident. He liked to visit Miller Hill Mall and exchange greetings with everyone he met. Mall employees he befriended said the place was a second home for him. He also loved visiting places of worshoip to look at stained glass windows, and was in the midst of a mission to visit every place in Duluth and Superior.

Weston only had one immediate family member, a brother who is also in a group home. Barbara Anderson Larson is remembered as a dedicated volunteer, including work as a volunteer and board chair of Options Inc. Anderson died recently at her Twin Cities home. She was 68 and had been living with dementia for several years.

She was a devoted volunteer, working with many organizations. She was a tireless advocate for people with developmental disabilities and board chair at Options, Inc. She is survived by her husband, two daughters, a son, grandchildren and great-grandchildren , her father and sisters.

Services have been held. They are eager for the opportunity to resume in-person sessions. The ability to offer a safe place for discussion, information, and resources is so important to their well-being. In Rainbow Support Group they are seen, heard, and valued. People were sneaking off together to kiss and getting in trouble, or experiencing abusive dynamics in.

Schmidt died recently of breast cancer. She was 57 and lived in Jordan. Schmidt, who taught reading, writing and math to 12 to 16 autistic students each year along with communication and social skills. She most recently taught middle school students in the Jordan school system. Rose Johnson, a teacher. She was sought out by other teachers for information and advice, Johnson said.

She would take students on summertime field trips so they could learn social norms, including visits to the Minnesota Zoo and to a program that packed food to send to children overseas. Born in Minneapolis and raised in St. She taught elementary school in Superior, Wis. She traveled to every state except Hawaii, so colleagues heal a Hawaiian luau for her during the summer.



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