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The group’s work highlights a range of outreach efforts from the ASU community that include Camp Catanese, a tech-heavy college access program for Phoenix students; Compu Girls, a STEM program for minority girls; Conexiones, an academic achievement program for children of migrant workers across Arizona; and the Upward Bound Project, a college prep program serving potential first-generation college students.The Si Se Puede Foundation’s newest team, Degrees of Freedom, a collection of predominantly Latina East Valley girls, wants to start gathering trophies.
They would go, but they can’t afford to spend time away from their jobs.The old rules that the fashion industry has lived and died by (like status symbols and mass trends) ring hollow to them.A team of high school girls is ready to compete in a robotics competition Saturday in Phoenix thanks to a nonprofit organization founded more than 20 years ago by Arizona State University alumnus Alberto Esparza.In Ecuador, a young lawyer named Pablo Fajardo* wins a $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron for polluting the Amazon rain forest. In the Philippines, advocate Antonio Oposa* establishes “the Oposa Doctrine” by winning a Supreme Court ruling that the current generation cannot legally prejudice the environmental well-being of future generations. And some countries, notably Ecuador and Bolivia, have recognized not only the environmental rights of human beings but also the rights of Mother Nature herself.CNN reporter Jim Acosta on Monday took a shot at White House adviser Stephen Miller, who accused Acosta last week of “cosmopolitan bias,” over a report that Miller lives in a Washington, D. apartment that cost nearly $1 million.“When I was 28, I was a local reporter in Dallas renting a studio apartment,” Acosta tweeted.In the other 177 member countries of the United Nations, those rights are recognized in law. In Argentina, slum dwellers represented by lawyer Daniel Sallaberry* sue federal, provincial and state governments and 44 big industries for violating their constitutional right to a healthy environment.
More than 100 countries embed those rights in the constitution. Argentina’s Supreme Court rules in their favour and forces governments to crack down on polluters and spend billions of dollars restoring a once-toxic watershed.
Things that the rest of us always assumed were static — gender, jobs, community — are malleable for the Z-set.
Born between the late-‘90s and 2010, this crop of cool kids is the first generation to have grown up with the internet and social media since day one. The names Cameron Dallas and Bethany Mota make them freak out. They’re not only activists for individuality and inclusivity, but they assume all people have the freedom to define anything (and everything! It makes sense, then, that fashion, an industry so rooted in newness, would move on from millennials to cater to the next generation.
“We almost died one day.” PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Edgar Ramirez Matthew has been getting much Oscar buzz for his complete transformation into Kenny Wells – Watch the trailer here!
Pictured: Edgar all smiles while hosting at Sunset Tower on Wednesday (December 14) in West Hollywood, Calif.
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