Thumbs up for genocide survivors working to promote forgiveness as a means to global conflict resoluton. For one survivor of the Rwandan genocide, forgiveness enabled him to reconnect with his humanity.
Some of the state's belt-tightening measures surprised workers dependent on benefits during perennial layoff periods. Worker-rights advocates suggest lawmakers should ask companies better support the state's unemployment fund.
Today at lunch, I took in an ACLU "First Wednesdays" panel discussion ("smart, civil and only 50 minutes ...") using this year's 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade to explore the significance of the landmark decision through a contemporary, Hoosier lens.
In an effort to unclog the bottleneck that prevents so many stories from reaching a broader audience, we are unleashing a new feature: NUVO Lightning Talks. Our first subject: Kerwin Olson of Citizens Action Coalition.
"both Wallace and guitarist Luke Pollock play much of their parts with a tapping technique, in which a string is fretted and vibrated in one motion instead of the traditional way of fretting it with one hand and picking it with the other."