History Associates Develops Content for Dramatic New Exhibit at the National WWII Museum2014-12-18
| History Associates served on the content team that developed exciting immersive exhibits at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana.
EnGarde Donated Body Armor to Reporters Without Borders2014-12-10
| EnGarde body armor partners with Swedish division of Reporters Without Borders to donate journalists safety equipment.
One Child Left Behind By Obama's Executive Action2014-11-24
| One little boy doesn't it know it yet, but he's been left out of the monumental executive decision on immigration made last week, which only affects a fraction of the estimated 11 million undocumented and excludes all of last year's "border children"
Award Winning Documentary Feature Film "A Culture Of Silence" Opens in Boston at West Newton Cinema on Friday, November 14, 20142014-11-04
| Worldwide Cinema F R A M E S studios/films presents the award winning documentary feature film "A Culture of Silence," a film by Raouf J. Jacob.
Who is Protesting Against the Dalai Lama? And Why Are They Protesting?2014-10-31
| The New Kadampa Tradition, currently acting as the International Shugden Community, have been demonstrating against the Dalai Lama intermittently since 1996/1997, with subsequent demonstrations in 2008 and 2014.
Rwanda Celebrates 10 Years of Mediated Justice, Reports KT Press2014-10-20
| President Kagame says Africans can learn from another of Rwanda's innovative ways of solving conflict
DUI Blood Test Not Admissible if Medical Attention Refused2014-10-16
| Arizona Court of Appeals rules that police violated a suspect's rights when she was given an ultimatum of treatment or arrest. Tempe DUI Attorney James Novak calls the ruling "a win for Constitutional protections against unlawful search and seizure."
Rwanda's First Lady Calls For Multi-faceted Fight Against Human Trafficking, Reports KT Press2014-10-13
| The fight against human trafficking will not be easy if other related vices such as drug abuse and gender-based violence are not tackled concurrently, Rwanda's First Lady Jeannette Kagame has told a national consultative forum.
Crowdfunding Site, ENDcrowd.com, Launches to Combat Human Trafficking Atrocities2014-10-04
| Crowdfunding Platform Fights Mounting Humanitarian Crisis Both Nationwide and Globally
Justice in Rwanda, But Not from the Courts2014-09-21
| KT Press reports on free legal services delivering justice at grassroots level
Maggie's Organics Joins Fair Trade Federation2014-07-27
| Membership in the Fair Trade Federation Marks a High Bar for Fair Trade
How Women are Helping Rwanda Heal Genocide Wounds2014-07-18
| KT Press reports on the remarkable story of reconciliation between genocide widows and wives of the perpetrators.
Mandela International Film Festival Builds Strategic Partnerships in the US and Abroad2014-07-10
| Festival pays homage to Nelson Mandela's legacy and puts a spotlight on South Africa.
Hobby Lobby is Only the Beginning According to Book2014-07-04
| Do you know how the decision will impact other laws now?
Because the Bible Tells Me So: Controversial New Research Reveals Surprising Biblical Position on Abortion2014-06-24
| Nowhere in the Bible is it written that life begins at conception, argues L. A. Washington in a new book.
Wendale Davis Foundation to Host Bakersfield's Second Annual Juneteenth Celebration2014-06-18
| Local at-risk youth foundation brings national celebration to Bakersfield, CA on June 21, 2014.
Death of Pedestrian Leaves Family Seeking Justice2014-05-30
| The family of a woman killed when she was run over by a garbage truck has filed suit in Decatur today against the company and its driver.
PlusInc Launches to Promote the Equal and Fair Treatment of People of All Sizes2014-05-28
| National nonprofit size acceptance organization strives to better engage advocates, businesses, educational institutions and strategic partners to foster a size-friendly society without discrimination or stigma
Stamford Agrees to pay $230,000 for Incident of Police Brutality Against Norwalk Woman2014-04-21
| The City of Stamford has agreed to pay a Norwalk woman $230,000 as the result of a 2009 case of police brutality.