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30 Years After a Landmark Disability Law, the Fight for Access and Equality Continues

Thirty years ago, on the 26th of July, 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) – the civil rights legislation was signed. As per this law, schools and workplaces should have ramps, elevators, designated parking spots, and curb cuts. This is to help people with a range of disabilities, including the ones who are blind […]

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Caitlyn Jenner Criticized for Opposing Trans Girls in Sports Amid Run for California Governor

Shortly after Caitlyn announced her entry into the run for the Governor of California, she made a controversial comment opposing the participation of trans girls in sports. The television star is currently facing a massive backlash for the comment, and netizens are severely criticizing her, attributing it to her rich and elitist status in society. […]

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How To Help Your Pet Readjust As The Pandemic Is Nearing The End

As the pandemic hit humankind, the most thrilled was, of course, their pets. The dogs were quite excited that they got to spend a lot of quality time with their owner and got pampered all day long. But as many countries started lifting off the Covid restrictions, dogs weren’t happy anymore. Kelly Hartog, a journalist […]

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State Senate and California Democrat Are Being Sued

California Sen. Bob Archuleta is being sued by a former legislative employee on account of sexual harassment. The surprising news came to light on 20th March 2021. A sexual harassment lawsuit has been filed in the Los Angeles County Superior Court against the Pico Rivera Democrat and the state Senate by the ex-employee, referred to […]

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No Masks Required

Even when the threat of the Covid-19 virus prevails, the five U.S. states – Texas, Mississippi, Iowa, Montana, and North Dakota, decided to drop their mask mandates soon. The states would join the other 11 states that didn’t make the masks mandate. The 11 states are Alaska, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South […]

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What is The #MeToo Movement All About?

“Tell your story. Shout it. Write it. Whisper it if you have to. But tell it. Some won’t understand it, and some will outright reject it. But many will thank you for it. And then the most magical thing will happen. One by one, voices will start whispering, ‘Me, too.’ And your tribe will gather. […]

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Creating Realistic New Year’s Resolutions

One hell of a ride – that’s precisely what 2020 has been. All we did was eat, sleep, wake up and lose our wits, all the while having been confined in our homes. But now that 2021 is here, you finally have something to look forward to. A year of fresh beginnings hope and well, […]

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Churches Fight Against Restrictions on Public Gatherings

Now that governments all around the world are opening their states to recover from the loss of economy suffered due to the novel coronavirus, other institutions are also getting in the line. Various worship houses across the U.S. are fighting for their right to worship in-person instead of online. For several worship houses in New […]

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Newsom’s Example For Californians

Last week, California Governor Gavin Newsom attended a birthday party for fellow political advisor Jason Kinney. While this statement would sound completely normal had the world not been reeling under a pandemic, in the current scenario it comes across as careless on part of the governor and his wife Jennifer Siebel Newsom. What is even […]

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Leaving California

Who in their wildest dreams would have thought that bad governance would ruin the livability in California? This state has always been a popular choice among people looking to build their lives and careers. Known for its stunning natural setup, enviable weather, and warm people, California was once everyone’s dream location. But the sudden outflux […]