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Women help women build houses – The Suffolk News-Herald

The women of Hampton Roads were fortunate enough to come to Suffolk to be part of a bigger project. Habitat for Humanity South Hampton Roads held its second annual Women’s Build Week in Suffolk from June 7-11. During this week it is about women building houses for other women. The …

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Record numbers of women in England and Wales have abortions in 2020 | Abortion

A record number of women in England and Wales had abortions last year, with an increase especially among women 30 and older. A total of 209,917 abortions were reported in 2020, with a year-over-year increase from 207,384 in 2019. The largest increases in age-specific abortion rates were seen among women …

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What is the Phexxi contraceptive method and who does it belong to?

She spent afternoons playing Skat, a card game, with her mother and her mother’s friends, who taught her aphorisms such as “If someone shows you who they are, you should believe them. Or “there is nothing that an alcoholic drink cannot fix.” “ “I was 12,” said Ms. Pelletier. “They …

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Investing in the lives and livelihoods of Indian women is crucial for the nation’s full recovery

Development and Aid, Economy and Trade, Featured, Gender, Global, Headlines, Health, Humanitarian Emergencies, IPS UN: Inside the Glasshouse, Population, Poverty and SDGs, TerraViva United Nations, Women and the Economy Notice Participants in the UN Women’s Second Chance Learning and Professional Learning program in India. Credit: UN Women NEW DELHI, India, …

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Longtime Michigan League leader for public policy Gilda Jacobs to retire

Gilda Jacobs, longtime president of the Michigan League for Public Policy, will retire at the end of the year. Jacobs has led the Lansing-based agency as President and CEO for the past 11 years. The Bloomfield Hills Hunter Group is looking for his successor. “Under Gilda’s leadership, the league grew …

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Women fall behind in India’s COVID-19 vaccination campaign

In India, far more men than women have received COVID-19 vaccines, government data showed on Tuesday, highlighting gender disparities in the country’s vaccination campaign that have also disadvantaged the rural population. India has partially or fully immunized about 101 million men, almost 17% more than women. Men represent 54% of …

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Jill Ellis to lead NWSL expansion team in San Diego

Former United States National Team coach Jill Ellis will be president of a National Women’s Soccer League expansion team in San Diego. The new team, owned by investor Ron Burkle, will launch next season. “We aim to become a globally significant team, led by influential women, with the ability to …

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$ 14 million settlement for water polo players who accused coach of abuse

Twelve women water polo players in California who accused their former coach of sexually assaulting them as minors reached an almost $ 14 million settlement in a lawsuit they filed against two organizations that they claim they failed to protect them. The players sued USA Water Polo, which sanctions local …

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FRINGE REVIEW 2021: Hated by Twitter

Poster for “Twitterhait”Photo: provided by Cincy Fringe Twitter hated is one of the first “live / in person” performances of Cincy Fringe 2021. It appeared on one of the outdoor stages adjacent to the Know Theater, drawing a large crowd just delighted to be in an audience again. Although there …

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Blame the weather or credit the FSU, but Alabama softball is still in the hunt for WCWS

The Alabama softball team will play on Monday, but not in the game they expected. The weather has something to do with it. After Saturday’s final game dragged into the wee hours of the morning at the Women’s College World Series, a chorus of voices, including that of Oklahoma coach …

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