US Biological Weapons in Ukraine—Separating the Facts From the Fiction

As part of its latest attempts to justify its invasion of Ukraine, Russian officials are once again pushing a false narrative that the Eastern European country is developing biological weapons with the assistance of the US On March 6, the Russian Defense Ministry claimed it had obtained evidence Ukraine and the US had collaborated to …

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Are banned books a sales opportunity or political risk for Barnes & Noble? – RetailWire

Mar 08, 2022 Barnes & Noble has added a page on its website and small sections to some stores featuring “Banned And Challenged Books,” or books that have faced censorship. On its banned books page, Barnes & Noble noted that “Maus,” a Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel about the Holocaust, as well as world-wide bestsellers like …

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These Campaigns Hope ‘Deepfake’ Candidates Help Get Out the Vote

SEOUL—Wearing a dark suit and red tie, Yoon Suk-yeol, the main opposition party’s candidate for South Korean president, stared into the camera with a stern look in his eyes. He prepared to answer a question: If he had to save President Moon Jae-in or the ruling party’s nominee from drowning, whom would he pick? “I …

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Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Jericho Brown coming to Georgia Southern University March 9-10

Home > Press Releases > Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Jericho Brown coming to Georgia Southern University March 9-10 March 8, 2022 The Georgia Southern University Department of Literature will host Jericho Brown, a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and National Book Award Finalist, for two events on March 9-10. Both events are open to the public. Georgia Southern …

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History repeats itself with Russia, Ukraine and refugees

Pauline Krutinski, center, and her family are shown in a Polish passport photo from the mid-1920s. The family escaped Ukraine to Poland as war spread through the Russian Empire, and they later came to America. Courtesy Hollace Ava Weiner Pauline’s earliest memory of Ukraine was the clip-clop of horses’ hooves pulling a hay wagon that …

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Skillsoft and iamtheCODE Announce Strategic Partnership to Enable One Million Young Women and Girls to Learn How to Code by 2030 | Business

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mar 8, 2022– Skillsoft (NYSE: SKIL), a global leader in corporate digital learning, today announced a strategic initiative with iamtheCODE, the first African-led global movement to mobilize government, private-sector, and philanthropic foundations to advance STEAMED education for women and girls in marginalized communities. The partnership is designed to support iamtheCODE’s mission to train 1 …

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Bestselling Author, Susan Payton, Releases New Book That Empowers Business Owners to Tell Their Story

Susan Payton, the author of the bestselling eBook How to Write Your Brand Story, has announced the release of her new book The Business of Stories: Harness the power of storytelling to demonstrate your value, attract your ideals clients and get paid what you’ The Business of Stories by Susan Payton is out on 11 …

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Allegra Hyde’s climate-fiction narrator is the post-cynical heroine we need

“I was obsessed with the notion of a poem as a kind of social grenade,” declares a major figure in Allegra Hyde’s “Eleutheria.” She and her creator of her both, I’d say. Hyde plants all sorts of IEDs in her first novel, shattering her protagonist’s heart, the streets of a decidedly un-United States and, especially, …

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Image Comics’ Rogue Sun #1 Debuts a New Teenage Superhero

Ryan Parrott and Abel’s Rogue Sun #1 introduces fans to a young new hero grappling with new powers, family secrets, and some formidable foes. Last month, Kyle Higgins, Ryan Parrott, Matt Groom, and Francesco Manna’s supermassive introduced two characters to Image Comics’ newest superhero universe. Radiant Black was joined by a hero from another dimension …

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