His visit came during a day that began with morning yoga and ended with a session on acupuncture.At the federal level, language has been proposed for next year’s House appropriations bill that would set minimum standards to protect children from public embarrassment and leave them out of payment discussions.The preparations and choice of equipment were as usual carried out with Amundsen great attention to detail, and the chapter in his book entitled and Equipment could be read as a recipe for others to follow with regard to a successful polar expedition: how to protect hands and feet from frostbite, what types of skis and ski bindings should be used, which cooking stoves would function best and why, all about dog harnesses and sledge driving, of spirit compasses which freeze in the cold, and so on. Even the smallest details were taken into account.
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“You can’t heal a problem unless you know what the problem is,” said Erica West, 18.
For West, that problem is inequality.
“There is a divide in this country along racial lines,” she said, “and just everything that’s been happening in the news lately has really just been intensifying that I think.”
“I’m personally half Latino, so I am a minority in the city of Terre Haute,” she added, “and so I just try to be as accepting of everyone as I can. I try to judge everyone as a person and not as a stereotype, not as a race, not as a gender, not even as an age group.”
It’s that feeling that brought her and many others out to Central Christian on Tuesday night, all with a common goal to one day find racial healing.
“I have a 4 year old grandson and I think about him,” said Schelia Romanelly, “I think about his future of growing up, and that can be pretty scary that there are individuals out there that want to harm him just because of his skin color, or just his ethnicity,
his political views, his education, just anything. It’s just really scary out there.”
Mayor Duke Bennett was there to proclaim January 16th as National Day of Racial Healing in Terre Haute.
“There’s so many political fights these days, so many racial things going on,” he said, “and we all want to get along, we all want to grow and do positive things for our community.”
The National Day of Racial Healing is in its second year, created by The Kellogg Foundation. According to their website, Terre Haute was the only Indiana city to participate in the national movement this year.
“I think that’s really pretty neat,” Bennett said, “It was very refreshing to be here, it was very exciting and you really felt the energy that people want to make a positive difference.”
“We have to start somewhere,” Romanelly said, “and all it takes is one person.”
With events, like this one, West says it’s a good feeling to know that despite the country’s problems there is hope for change.
“It’s bringing to light a lot of issues that have been buried for a long time,” West said, “and so if horrible things are going to happen, it’s good that something like this can also come from it.”
A woman I’ve known since we were children together said she loves the show because it “feels like real life,” a feeling echoed by almost everyone I spoke to and that in the wake of this episode, is sobering. It’s a “reminder that we can be watching the Super Bowl and cleaning up a kitchen in one instant and it can be your last hour alive on Earth,” she told me. “That could be my family tonight.”She started a research project that provides a guided, Internet delivered cognitive behavioural therapy course. The aim is to assist people with spinal cord injuries cope with thoughts and behaviours related to the injury and manage their overall emotional well being.Her hope is that these situations occur not intentionally, but “because people don’t know there are resources out there that can help them. Hopefully,
we can find ways to make sure they learn about these resources and support available to them so we don’t let these tragedies occur.”