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This young, LGBT advocate isn’t your average Brexiteer ›
When the UK government officially filed divorce papers Wednesday to leave the European Union, Darren Grimes woke up a happy camper. “I’m extremely optimistic about our future chances outside in the world!” he chimes. “I think Brexit and the repeal bill present a great opportunity to bring about the changes our country so desperately needs.” Grimes, the deputy editor of the website  Brexit Central , is not your average Brexiteer. He’s 23 years old, a former fashion student and an LGBT rights advocate. He's also a founder of the anti-EU BeLeave campaign. “I come from a liberal persuasion,” Grimes says. “I’m a gay man.” He’s from a working-class family in the northeast of England — an area with the UK's highest unemployment and a lower average wage than other parts of the country. It’s a region that voted overwhelmingly to leave the EU. “My grandfather was a miner, my mother works in the public sector. My brother has been unemployed for a very long time,” Grimes says. “I see how people
Wed, 29 Mar 2017 23:37:00 +0000
After Fleeing An Apocalypse, La Vida Boheme Embraces Its Immigrant Story ›
La Vida Boheme plays upbeat music on somber themes. The Venezuelan rockers' last album, Será , came as student protests were erupting in their home town of Caracas. The band's booking agent was murdered; their tour manager was kidnapped. The four members of the group locked themselves inside their apartments. They would later describe the record, which won a Latin Grammy, as "the soundtrack to an apocalypse." "In our country, people are having a really hard time," says lead singer Henry D'Arthenay. "Our families are having a hard time. The people who are poor are now poorer, the ones who are richer are now experiencing scarcities, the ones that made deals with the government are just rich as hell, and many government officials are being looked at by the DEA for drug trafficking. It's such a crisis of a situation." Three years ago, the members decided they'd had enough: They packed up and moved from Venezuela to Mexico City. Their life in a foreign country became the inspiration for the
Wed, 29 Mar 2017 23:28:00 +0000
#BlackWomenAtWork: Women Speak Out After Criticism Of Journalist, Congresswoman ›
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VyVXed2gRD8 Two separate high-profile incidents broadcast this week highlighted the criticism black women regularly face in the workplace and spurred many to share their own experiences on social media. "It's high time that people recognize it's not just happening on television — it's happening at the cube right next to them, and they have something they can do about it," says educator and activist Brittany Packnett. On Tuesday, Fox News host Bill O'Reilly dismissed comments about President Trump made by Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters of California, mocking her hair and saying, "I didn't hear a word she said, I was looking at the James Brown wig." O'Reilly later apologized . The same day, at the daily White House briefing, press secretary Sean Spicer lectured veteran reporter April Ryan as she pressed him on the Trump administration's alleged ties to Russia during the campaign. "Please, stop shaking your head again," Spicer told Ryan, who reports for
Wed, 29 Mar 2017 23:26:00 +0000
Climate-Friendly Coal Technology Works But Is Proving Difficult To Scale Up ›
When President Trump signed an order to roll back climate policies, he promised more jobs for coal miners. "My administration is putting an end to the war on coal. Gonna have clean coal, really clean coal," Trump said in making the announcement at the Environmental Protection Agency headquarters Tuesday. There is a big effort to do reduce coal's effect on climate change by capturing the carbon emissions from coal plants before they escape into the atmosphere. In 2014, coal generated only about 39 percent of the electricity in the U.S., but was responsible for about 77 percent of the carbon dioxide emissions from power plants, according to the EPA . Mississippi Power's Kemper County Energy Facility is the most ambitious carbon capture project in the U.S. right now. It's a new coal power plant, built from the ground up. But there have been a few problems during construction. Originally the plant was estimated to cost $2.4 billion. Now the price tag is nearly three times that at about $7
Wed, 29 Mar 2017 21:56:00 +0000
Democratic Senator Urges Trump To 'Do More Than Talk' On Opioid Crisis ›
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: For more on the opioid crisis and the president's plan, we're going to talk to Senator Maggie Hassan. She's the new Democratic senator from New Hampshire, a state where, as we just heard, many people are struggling with opioid addiction and overdoses. Maggie Hassan was governor of New Hampshire until last fall. Senator Hassan, welcome to the show. MAGGIE HASSAN: Thanks for having me. MCEVERS: As we just heard, President Trump is expected to assemble a commission on opioids headed up by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. What are you hearing from the White House about what this commission will do? HASSAN: Well, first of all, I'm very encouraged that the White House is recognizing that the heroin, opioid and fentanyl crisis that we're facing is - at least in New Hampshire, and I think it's safe to say countrywide - our most pressing public health and public safety challenge. The concern I have - and I stand ready, as I know
Wed, 29 Mar 2017 21:44:00 +0000
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