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Baltic Way 30 remembers peaceful 2 million-strong protest in 1989

Baltic Way 30 remembers peaceful 2 million-strong protest in 1989

The Baltic Way 30 event commemorated the anniversary of a 2-million strong protest in 1989 by Lithuanians, Estonians and Latvians against Soviet occupation. Protestors created a human chain that stretched for 370 miles through the capital cities of Vilnius, Tallinn and Riga.

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Baltic Way 30 remembers peaceful 2 million-strong protest in 1989

The Baltic Way 30 event commemorated the anniversary of a 2-million strong protest in 1989 by Lithuanians, Estonians and Latvians against Soviet occupation. Protestors created a human chain that stretched for 370 miles through the capital cities of Vilnius, Tallinn and Riga.

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Marine Veteran Makes New Discoveries Through Storytelling

Tammy Hineline, a Marine Corps veteran, said a storytelling workshop helped her rediscover who she was after she left the military. The workshop was organized by the Armed Services Arts Partnership (ASAP), a non-profit dedicated to empowering veterans through arts.

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Is it worthwhile to be a whistleblower?

Is it worthwhile to be a whistleblower?

Whistleblowers who helped the federal government collect $1.4 billion in unpaid taxes last year reaped a record $312 million in reward money thanks to a new law meant encourage tipsters to step forward. And for the first time ever, whistleblowers have been granted legal protection against retaliation under a new law that went into effect in July.

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Mental Health Within the African-American Community: a call to action

Mental Health Within the African-American Community: a call to action

African-Americans has faced several discrepancies with mental health. Rather it being the lack of communication when discussing the topic, the scarcity of mental health care access or simply the lack of representation of African-American psychiatrists and psychologists; in each instance, it has become a nationwide issue that has finally been called to attention.

Family sues after DNA kit reveals fertility clinic secret

An Ohio woman has sued a fertility clinic after a DNA kit bought as a Christmas gift revealed that the man she thought was her father is not biologically related to her. She accuses the clinic of using a stranger’s sperm to fertilize her mother’s egg.

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