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first_imgAnnette Francis APTN News Child welfare advocate Cindy Blackstock has fought a lot of battles over the past 10 years.But she hasn’t been alone in pushing for equality for First Nations’ kids.A fuzzy little fellow named “Spirit Bear” has kept her company at each and every hearing, including the ground-breaking 2013 case against the federal government at the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal.“I really wanted something in the room that reminded all of us about what this case is actually about, which was children,” said Blackstock, a Gitxsan activist and executive director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada.So it was only natural the stuffed animal, which was gifted to Blackstock by the Carrier Sekani Tribal Council in British Columbia, would help tell the story of the historical case.A book entitled “Spirit Bear and Children Make History” was released about a month ago.Blackstock said it’s geared towards children in Grades 2 to 6 as a way to help educate and create change.“If we can raise a generation of non-Indigenous children – who know about these inequities, who don’t accept these inequities or rationalize these inequities – that creates a better ground for those inequalities to end for First Nations’ kids,” she said.“Not only for children and young people and their families…but for university students and university professors, who look at this almost as a textbook because there’s so few cases – legal cases – where children have not just been the subjects of the law, they’ve been participants of the law and justice and reconciliation.”Spirit Bear has matured right alongside Blackstock, obtaining a law degree, setting up a Twitter account and, by this time next year, starring in an animated short film.“We’ll all have to figure out what Spirit Bear sounds like, that’s going to be our next little task,” said Blackstock with a chuckle.Proceeds from the self-published book will be donated to children’s reconciliation projects. It sells for $15 from read more

Rabat – 12-year-old, Nassim Faras Lahrizi, native of Massachusetts of Moroccan origin has mesmerized the panel of Arab Got Talent with his physical flexibility and ability to master and perform complex acrobatic twists and exhibit magnificent fighting skills.At the age of five years, Lahrizi got his black belt and now at the age of eight he won 58 titles just in year 2012-2013.At the age of seven, the young dragon began touring the world and giving seminars and lectures that inspire children around the world. Canada, Northern Ireland, Russia, Italy, France, and Germany were some of the stages he passed. The young dragon is expected to tour Morocco as well in the coming months.

Rabat – Sahrawis have gone on a march from the Tindouf camps to Rabouni in Algeria in a protest against their living conditions and Polisario’s restrictions inside the camps.The protests took place during the weekend in the Tindouf camps.Protesters went to Rabouni, near Tindouf, on dozens of vehicles, chanting slogans that call for liberty and dignity. This comes a day after a 33-year-old Polisario soldier presented himself to the Moroccan defense line in Western Sahara on Saturday.The soldier, who arrived wearing a military uniform and carrying his gun, expressed his will to join the motherland, escaping from years of living in inhumane conditions.Read also: Moroccan Spokesperson: UN Report Refutes Polisario PropagandaMoroccan military sources told Le360 that the soldier, named Sidahmed, was transferred to the Moroccan Royal Gendarmerie in Smara, a city in Western Sahara, as stipulated in the Moroccan army’s procedures for Polisario deserters.Last week, a group of 12 soldiers presented themselves to a Moroccan Royal Armed Forces (FAR) unit near Mahbess, north-eastern Western Sahara.The soldiers belonged to a group of 19 Moroccan soldiers Polisario has held in custody 100 kilometers south of Mahbess in the Tifariti area, alleging that they are drug dealers, according to the former Polisario leader Mustapha Salama. Many former Polisario members have returned to Morocco from the Tindouf camps in Algeria, including Yenja Khattat, current president of the Dakhla region, and Bachir Dkhil, one of the founders of the Polisario Front.Sahrawis have conducted several protests against poor living conditions inside the Tindouf Camps. In the most recent protest, they conducted a sit-in at the United Nations Square in Geneva on March 17, to denounce the recruitment of children in the Tindouf Camps into armies and terrorist groups by Polisario. read more

Canadian telcos’ EnStream joint venture divests Zoompass mobile wallet business by The Canadian Press Posted Oct 16, 2012 3:49 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – The EnStream joint venture set up by Canada’s three largest mobile phone companies is selling its Zoompass mobile wallet business.It says Paymobile Inc. will acquire Zoompass, launched in 2009 as a way to allow person-to-person money transfers using mobile and online devices from Apple, Google and Research In Motion.Terms of the deal with Paymobile weren’t disclosed in the announcement Tuesday.Toronto-based Paymobile offers its clients various types of payment cards as well as technology for transferring funds from bank accounts using mobile devices.EnStream, which was created by BCE Inc.’s Bell (TSX:BCE), Rogers (TSX:RCI.B) and Telus (TSX:T), said that Zoompass no longer fits its strategic direction.The company will focus on the business-to-business market instead of the retail mobile payment business.“As the mobile commerce ecosystem has evolved, EnStream’s focus has shifted to enabling established credential issuers and carriers to leverage the potential of NFC (near field communication) in mobile handsets,” said Almis Ledas, chief operating officer of EnStream. read more

FILE – In this Oct 12, 2013 file photo, tourists ride in a classic American car on the Malecon in Havana, Cuba. A new set of U.S. government regulations takes effect Friday, Jan. 16, 2015, severely loosening the 50-decade long travel and trade restrictions for Cuba. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes, File) by Bradley Klapper And Michael Weissenstein, The Associated Press Posted Jan 15, 2015 2:35 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Moving swiftly, US eases Cuba travel and trade rules – punching hole in 5-decade-old embargo WASHINGTON – Swiftly expanding trade ties with Cuba, the Obama administration opened the door to easier travel and a wide range of new export opportunities with the communist island starting Friday, punching the biggest hole to date in America’s half-century-old embargo.Less than a month after the Cold War foes agreed to end their enmity, the Commerce and Treasury departments unveiled new rules Thursday permitting U.S. citizens to visit Cuba without special permits.Most U.S. travellers still will be required to go on supervised group trips, but now virtually any U.S. company or organization can offer such trips without the paperwork and inspections that discouraged past expansion of travel to Cuba. Some tour operators, already seeing unprecedented interest in legal travel to Cuba, expect some tourists to simply ignore the restrictions.American companies also now will be permitted to export telephones, computers and Internet technology, and to send supplies to private Cuban firms. However, Cuban authorities have said nothing about the restrictions they might impose on U.S. products entering a country that has long frustrated foreign investors with red tape and tapped-out infrastructure.The changes are the latest step in President Barack Obama’s plan to rebuild relations with Cuba after a history marred by suspicion, espionage and conflict. The new regulations come three days after U.S. officials confirmed the release of 53 political prisoners Cuba had promised to free.The U.S. is now “one step closer to replacing out-of-date policies,” Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said Thursday. White House spokesman Josh Earnest said the new rules “immediately enable the American people to provide more resources to empower the Cuban population to become less dependent upon the state-driven economy.”They also allow U.S. citizens to start bringing home small amounts of Cuban cigars, long adored by aficionados but banned under U.S. law. The limit is $100 for alcohol and tobacco products and $400 in total goods.Only Congress can fully end the 54-year embargo. Obama announced last month he would soften the restrictions, arguing that “these 50 years have shown that isolation has not worked.” The new spirit of co-operation emerged after 18 months of secret talks that culminated in the exchange of imprisoned spies and the release of Alan Gross, a U.S. government contractor who had been imprisoned in Cuba for five years.The few U.S. companies facilitating travel to Cuba say inquiries have exploded since December and American visits are expected to surge this year from about 90,000 annually. “We’re hiring more people. We’ve secured more hotel rooms and assets in Cuba to provide additional travel,” said Tom Popper, president of New York-based insightCuba.Hotels in Havana and elsewhere generally fall short of international standards, and those with better food and service are almost always fully booked during the winter high season. So the tourism surge could be challenging.“American tourists are really demanding,” said Maikel Gonzalez, a 34-year-old hotel receptionist in Havana.“How do I explain to one that the taxi didn’t come because it doesn’t have tires or that there’s no water in the rooms?”Cubans also can legally rent out their homes or apartments, which could mean money outside of state control going to private citizens — something American officials say they want.Most of the other possible changes now depend on Cuban President Raul Castro’s government.U.S. officials say American companies will have to weigh for themselves the risks of their exports colliding with Cuban bans.Profitability is another issue. Foreign companies operating in Cuba currently deal almost entirely with state-owned firms that are notoriously slow, inefficient and short on cash.Also casting a shadow on potential deals is the possibility of litigation by Cuban-Americans and U.S. firms whose property was confiscated in Fidel Castro’s 1959 revolution. Some may sue companies entering into business with the Cuban government. In Washington, Congress may also seek to erect barriers to new investment.The sudden rapprochement between Cold War foes has divided U.S. lawmakers. Republican Marco Rubio and Democrat Bob Menendez , both Cuban-Americans, have been particularly opposed.But some business groups have welcomed the opportunity to open a new export market in a country 90 miles (145 kilometres) from Florida. Thomas Donohue, head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, said Wednesday it was better for the U.S. to sell computers, smartphones and cars to Cuba than to cede such business to countries like Russia and China.___Weissenstein reported from Havana. AP White House Correspondent Julie Pace in Washington and Associated Press writer Andrea Rodriguez in Havana contributed to this report. read more

The Ohio State men’s hockey team celebrates a goal from Freddy Gerard in a game against Michigan on Nov. 24. Credit: Ric Kruszynski | Ohio State AthleticsOhio State junior forward Freddy Gerard didn’t come from a hockey-crazed town. That didn’t stop him from chasing his dream.Gerard grew up in Rocky River, Ohio, a small town in the Cleveland area.“It’s a good crowd of kids that grew up playing in the area. They had an triple-A organization that I was fortunate to be able to grow up playing in,” Gerard said. “My brother and I played there for well over 10 years. That led us into the junior hockey route and led us both to playing in college.”His path to Ohio State was not a simple recruiting process, and required him to travel to play on a team to get him more exposure. Gerard got recruited to play junior hockey in Boston, where he spent two years.Gerard said while in Boston, he was not recruited the way he envisioned, and ultimately decided to play with his brother in the United States Hockey League in Madison, Wisconsin.Although Gerard didn’t find the spotlight he was looking for when he left for Boston, that changed when he moved to Madison to play in the USHL in 2014-15. It was clear early on Gerard was one of the best players on the team after he finished the season second on the team in points. He not only led the Madison Capitols in the stat sheet, but he also was a leader off the ice for the team. He began the season as an alternate captain before being promoted during the season to captain. At the end of the season, his teammates voted him as the MVP of the team.Around 12 games into the season he was approached by Ohio State coaches after a game. Shortly thereafter, he was offered a spot on the roster.“At that point, it was kind of a no-brainer,” Gerard said. “I grew up playing in Cleveland, it’s my home state and it’s nice being close to home. It’s also a great university with a lot of resources for academics. The hockey team is pretty spoiled, we get everything we could ever want.”When he arrived in Columbus, it was, as expected, a shift from the USHL.Despite the experience gained in the junior hockey league, Gerard said the combination of the on-ice and off-the-ice changes joining a collegiate hockey team required plenty of adjusting. “The game is played a little quicker,” he said. “Guys are bigger and stronger, and you’re the underclassman on the team. You have to deal with sitting out some games and not playing the high minutes you were used to growing up and being one of the better guys on your team.”Becoming part of the team and taking the time to dedicate himself to becoming a better hockey player would prove a challenge, but one Gerard was willing to face.“That was tough. It’s helped shape me into the player that I’ve started to become today,” Gerard said. “Now that I’m into my junior year, I’m starting to play more minutes and have more responsibility on the team playing a bigger role. It’s all starting to come together and I’m really starting to feel like my I’m playing well here and I’m finding my spot on the team as an accountable player.”The Buckeyes (8-4-4, 3-4-1-0 Big Ten) have benefited from Gerard’s increased role. He is the fifth-leading point-scorer on Ohio State with four goals and four assists. His efforts were best exemplified in a game against Michigan in Ann Arbor, in which he scored the game-tying and game-winning goals back-to-back.“That’s something you dream about. In any sport, you want to play in the big games, score the big goals. The Ohio State versus Michigan rivalry is something that’s been talked about for years,” Gerard said. “Going up there and doing that is special. I never thought something like that would happen. It all happened pretty quick, after the game I was one happy kid in that locker room.”Beating Michigan and finding his footing as a strong player has been exciting for Gerard, and he looks to carry that momentum into the rest of the season.“I’m not going to look too much into it or change too much of what I’m doing. I don’t want to overthink everything,” Gerard said. “Hopefully we can run towards a Big Ten championship and get a chance to play in the tournament again. Hopefully run for a national title.” read more

first_img“It was a horrible phone call. We called our family and messaged friends and put out an appeal for people to look out for them on Facebook and Twitter. Caters Miniature schnauzers Charlie and Theo were missing for four days after vanishing in thick fog as they were out for a walkCredit:Caters News Agency The two had even camped out overnight, calling the names of the dogs.Mr and Mrs Hampson were shocked and thrilled when moments later, their beloved pets appeared.Mrs Hamson said: “When they first appeared it was like a mirage. I could not believe it was them.”My husband ran up the hill to grab them as I was just shaking and crying. I could not function.”The dogs are just gorgeous, and they are part of our family. It would be horrible not to have them around.”They absolutely love sausages. They have them every Sunday for breakfast, so if there was one food they were going to come back for, it was sausages. Miniature schnauzers Charlie and Theo were missing for four days after vanishing in thick fog as they were out for a walk “I also have a few friends who are part of mountain rescue groups so I asked if they could keep their eyes peeled if they were called out to a rescue.”An awful lot of people responded. Groups of extended family and friends went out, and people from the local community who know the dogs.”It was really nice, and Charlie and Theo are almost little celebrities now.” Credit:Caters The family of a pair of handsome miniature schnauzers were distraught when they disappeared in thick fog while on a walk in the hills.They thought they would never see Charlie and Theo again – until the pair scampered back when they smelled sizzling sausages.Owners Liz and Graham Hampson launched a rescue campaign and contacted mountain rescue teams, friends and family.More than 120 people and two drones answered the call to find the stranded pooches on the Red Pike fell near Buttermere, Cumbria.After 96 hours of searching, as a last resort the family decided to cook sausages at the spot where the dogs were last seen. “Charlie and Theo are actually dad and son so we’re now joking they had a father’s day weekend.”And they’ve told us nothing about what happened. I guess what goes on tour, stays on tour.”Their son John was walking Charlie, seven, and Theo, 15 months, on top of Red Pike fell on June 16.The weather turned at lunchtime and a thick mist rolled in, causing the 21-year-old to lose sight of the dogs,He rang his mother straight away to let her know what had happened, and they immediately started to form a rescue party.Liz said: “I was beside myself when John called. The dogs walk off lead when there is no livestock around and are used to being on the fells. “One of our friends had the intuition to work out roughly where they would be and we started the barbecue there. It’s like the ending of a film that it worked.”My son is in the navy and we rang him first to tell him. A huge cheer went up on his ship. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more

The man known as Nick, whose allegations of VIP child abuse sparked Scotland Yard’s vast Operation Midland inquiry, will stand trial in March next year.The 50-year-old, whose real identity cannot be revealed for legal reasons, is charged with 12 counts of perverting the course of justice and one count of fraud relating to a compensation claim.During a brief hearing at Newcastle Crown Court at which Nick appeared via videolink, the judge, Paul Sloan QC, set a trial date of March 5 next year.Raymond Tully, representing Nick told the court that it was expected his client would “fully contest the charges”.The case is expected to last six to eight weeks and and will take place at Newcastle Crown Court. Nick claimed some of the abuse took place at Dolphin Square in Westminster Nick claimed some of the abuse took place at Dolphin Square in WestminsterCredit:Steve Parsons/PA Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. After declaring the allegations “credible and true” Scotland Yard mounted an 18-month, £2.5 million investigation boasting 31 full time detectives.But the investigation was eventually closed down without a single arrest being made and the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police subsequently apologised to those whose reputations had been damaged.Northumbria Police was asked to investigate Nick and in July the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) announced he was being charged with 12 counts of perverting the course of justice.He was also charged with one count of fraud relating to a £22,000 payout he received from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) for sexual abuse he claimed he had suffered. Operation Midland was launched in 2014 when Nick told police he had been raped and abused in the 1970s and 1980s by a number of powerful men, including the former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath;  the former head of the Army, Lord Bramall; the former Home Secretary, Lord Brittan; former Tory MP, Harvey Proctor and the former Labour MP, Lord Janner.As well as abusing youngsters, he also claimed that some members of the group had murdered three boys during depraved sex games. read more

first_img Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald and Garda Commissioner Noirin O Sullivan Wednesday 7 Dec 2016, 9:55 PM 30 Comments Dec 7th 2016, 9:55 PM By Órla Ryan TÁNAISTE AND JUSTICE Minister Frances Fitzgerald has referred a report on the treatment of whistleblowers in An Garda Síochána to the Attorney General.In a statement, Fitzgerald said she received Justice Iarfhlaith O’Neill’s report today.The former High Court judge was tasked with reviewing the situation after two protected disclosures were made to Fitzgerald by gardaí in early October.Fitzgerald’s statement noted Justice O’Neill was “asked to review the allegations of wrongdoing contained in the disclosures, to make any inquiries with persons or bodies that he considered appropriate in relation to the review and to report to the Tánaiste on the conclusion of the review, including any recommendations which he may consider necessary in relation to any further action which may be appropriate and warranted to address the allegations”.The Tánaiste added: Share43 Tweet Email Tánaiste seeks legal advice on Garda whistleblowers report A former High Court judge was tasked with reviewing the situation after two protected disclosures were made to Frances Fitzgerald by gardaí in October. In view of the nature of those allegations and the fact that third parties are mentioned the report is being referred to the Attorney General for her advice on how to proceed, including the question of what material might properly be put in the public domain, having regard to the rights of all concerned.Fitzgerald thanked O’Neill for “carrying out this work so expeditiously”.The Department of Justice said Fitzgerald will bring proposals on the issue to government once she has received the AG’s advice, but “is not in a position to make any further comment at this time”.Read: High Court judge to investigate allegations of wrongdoing related to whistleblower disclosuresRead: Explainer: What exactly does Ireland do to protect whistleblowers? Image: Sam Boal/ 11,998 Views Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald and Garda Commissioner Noirin O Sullivan Image: Sam Boal/ Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

first_img Short URL By Cónal Thomas Monday 4 Mar 2019, 5:35 PM Share78 Tweet Email Two men arrested following discovery of ATM scamming equipment at house in Navan The men are are currently being detained at Navan Garda Station. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article GARDAÍ IN MEATH have arrested two men after ATM skimming equipment was discovered at a house in Navan this morning. Officers from the Garda National Ecomonic Crime Bureau carried out the search at a house on Slane Road in Navan where they seized equipment for ATM skimming including a fake ATM front, hard drives, receiving devices, soldering equipment and laptops.About 500 blank cards for storing data copied at ATMs, sat navs, pinhole cameras, skimming devices and various ATM skimming paraphernalia were also discovered during the search. The two men, one in his late 40s and the other in his late 20s, were arrested and are currently being detained at Navan Garda Station under Section 50 of the Criminal Justice Act 2007. Gardaí have said that investigations and searches are ongoing. Comments are closed for legal reasons. Image: An Garda Síochána Image: An Garda Síochána Mar 4th 2019, 5:35 PM No Comments 25,350 Views last_img read more

first_imgGreek authorities detected a suspicious Tanzanian-flagged ship named ‘Andromeda’ heading for Libya while sailing near Agios Nikolaos, Crete. Meanwhile, a 2011 arms embargo imposed by the European Union and United Nations prohibits the sale, supply or transfer of arms to Libya.The coastguard seized the vessel and discovered 29 containers carrying explosive materials such as ammonium nitrate, including non-electric detonators and 11 empty liquefied petroleum gas tanks. The cargo had been loaded and checked at the Turkish ports of Mersin and Iskenderum and was destined for Djibouti and Oman, according to the bill of lading found on board.“The materials were headed to Libya,” Rear Admiral Ioannis Argiriou told Reuters. “[the materials could be used] for all sorts of work, from work in quarries to making bombs, and acts of terrorism”.Following the seize, the ship was directed by the authorities to Heraklion port where a preliminary review took place.The Greek coastguard found at least 102 heavy violations of the safety code endangering the lives of the ship’s crew. Finally, it was uncovered that the captain had been ordered by the vessel’s owner to sail to the Libyan city of Misrata to unload and deliver the entire cargo. The lack of sailing maps on the ship has also raised some serious concerns. Eight crew members have been arrested and will face prosecution on Thursday (local time). Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

first_img Related Items:christmas message, governor peter beckingham New Prison Supt & Officer of the Year Awarded Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 24 Dec 2015 – By March 2016 the country will be able to pay down most of its UK guaranteed loan and secure a new, smaller loan through the commercial banks; this according to Governor His Excellency Peter Beckingham in his Christmas and New Year’s message to the nation. The Governor wishes everyone a very happy Christmas admitting in the message distributed to media and posted at his Facebook page that it has been another eventful year. H.E. was counting blessings, saying the country escaped the worst of the storm season and that the TCI has been untroubled by some of the terror attacks around the world. The Governor reminded that Waterloo marked 200 Years in 2015 and he called it, “an outstanding example in the region of TCI’s history.’ A ‘plus’ cited by the Governor is the work to strengthen the economy, tourism and the country’s international standing. He said, and I quote: “Tourism continues to increase by leaps and bounds and 2015 saw TCI crowned by Trip Advisor as the world’s No.1 island destination.We are now the envy of many of our Caribbean neighbours with a growing air lift across the United States and Canada, with Fort Lauderdale and Chicago being two of the newest cities with direct flights. I’m sure many of us will benefit from the competitive air fares that these new routes bring.We should also not forget the valuable service provided domestically, and internationally, by our two domestic airlines.” Also in the list of blessings this year from the Governor was acknowledgement of the bronze medal performance by Delano Williams as a part of Team Great Britain at the IAAF World Games in China; Williams was called “magnificent.” Delano is poised to compete in the 4x400m at the Summer Olympic Games in Brazil. Jill Beckingham also garnered kudos; her husband the Governor hailing Footsteps4Good as a benefit along with other NGOs which received commendation for work this year. There was a warning for the Turks and Caicos to protect its environmental reputation saying, “the thousands of tourists who come here expect to see pristine beaches and clean surroundings.” In the close, the Governor challenged residents to exhibit the Christmas message of sacrifice and giving and noted that he was interested to hear politicians, as he put it, “extolling the virtues of graciousness, peace and good will at the lovely Christmas tree lighting in Grand Turk this month’… the Governor also said, he hopes “that they, and all of us in Turks and Caicos, will remember those virtues – shown to us above all in the life of Jesus – throughout 2016.” DR wants consulate office in TCI Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp More motor mishaps; PDM Leader calls for Govt attention to illegal jitneys, againlast_img read more

first_imgRoy Dennis, left, and Wayne Price tell the story of a boy eaten by sockeye salmon carved into a Tlingit hat. (Photo by Berett Wilber/KHNS)Chilkoot Indian Association members would like to see more Native art made by Native people for sale and on display in Haines.Listen nowAnd they’d like to see less Native-style art made by people who aren’t tribal members.Five speakers at last week’s forum “Our Art is Our Voice” said they knew they were starting a tough conversation.Their goal? Less “Native” art made by non-Native people sold and displayed in town.“Counterfeit art, prominently displayed in Haines, does not and cannot reflect our culture,” Master Carver Wayne Price said. “The volume of artificial native art seen by visitors falsely represents our native traditions. We are making a stand today to defend our heritage from an invasion of counterfeit replacement.”Representatives from the Chilkoot clan talked about how and why they’d like to see Native art approached differently in Haines, before opening the floor for community discussion.Tribal member Ted Hart read a letter from Tlingit scholar X’unei Lance Twitchell, who lives in Juneau.“There is no word for art in Tlingit,” Twitchell wrote. “Everything that was made was adorned with crests that were given to clans from the natural world and the spirit world.”Because Tlingit designs convey meaning about Tlingit history and culture, he argued it’s inappropriate for non-indigenous artists to be drafting those messages.“Non-indigenous peoples are encouraged to learn our languages, to understand how we live our lives, to share our culture with us, to learn about our art to the point that they are involved in the creation of monumental art like totem poles, wall screens, houses and canoes,” Twitchell wrote. “They should not, however, be the lead artists on such projects.”Young Tlingit artist James Hart put it more simply.“Don’t put up monuments that I can’t talk to,” Hart said.Questions about Native art and authenticity aren’t new in Haines: art is big business here.A 2015 study surveying 60 local artists estimated the town’s arts economy generates $2.1 million in spending each year.More than 18 formline-style public art pieces are displayed in town, made by Native carvers, non-Native carvers and teams of both.No one at the forum would identify specific pieces they’d like to see removed, saying they didn’t want to target individuals.Chilkoot Indian Association tribal administrator Harriet Brouillette did remind the audience of the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990, which makes it illegal to explicitly market art as “Native” or “Tlingit” if it wasn’t made by a tribal member.But the law only penalizes people who lie about a piece’s origins.It’s not illegal to use Northwest Coast-style designs without attribution, which frustrates tribal members, who respect Tlingit traditions in which clans own their designs.Questions from the audience illustrated that frustration and showed there was gray area, for both Native and non-Native participants, about what was acceptable.“I’m a furniture maker by training. I really appreciate the designs, particularly the rattles. And let’s just say, for example, I were to make one of those for myself, and someone were to ask me to make one for them I’m just making them for private individuals, I state that I am not native in any way shape or form,” audience member Chris Kelly said. “What would your opinion be?”Ray Dennis, who described himself as the last member of the Chilkat Valley’s Lukaax.adi clan, said only claiming the rattles were made by a Native artist would bother him.Brouillette had a different opinion.“These are clan owned designs. They do not belong to you,” Brouillette said.When asked about art made by non-Natives trained by master carvers, forum leaders didn’t give specific responses but said those were questions that needed to be figured out.Brouillette mentioned the example of a Tsimshian apprentice training with a Tlingit master.“That’s happening now,” Brouillette said. “It’s kind of a head-scratcher to me. How do you address that?”Why is the subject of authentic art in Haines coming up now? Brouillette pointed to a cultural shift in the way Native art is perceived, even within Native communities.“There is a renaissance happening with our younger artists,” Brouillette said. “And that’s helping our master artists gain a stronger voice. Our master artists, a couple of decades ago, wouldn’t have had an apprentice, because it wasn’t cool or OK to be Native.”Though speakers mentioned drafting a policy or writing guidelines in the future, they didn’t float any concrete method to stop non-Native artists from working commercially in Haines.This was just the beginning of a long conversation with the community, Price said.last_img read more

first_img © 2013 (—Physicists working at the University of Colorado have succeeded in demonstrating one of the major tenets of quantum mechanics—namely the Heisenberg uncertainty principle—at the macro level. In their paper published in the journal Science, the team describes how a small but still visible drum they built in their lab, outfitted with mirrors, a laser and a detector, demonstrated that it was not possible to measure a photon’s position and momentum simultaneously. It was Heisenberg who famously noted that it was impossible to measure the momentum of an object and its position at the same time. As an example, he pointed out that using a microscope to look at a single electron, would require shining light on it. Those photons would cause the electron to move slightly, changing its momentum. Up till now, researchers testing or demonstrating this principle have worked at the micro level because attempting to do so with objects large enough to be seen with the naked eye seemed impossible due to the many variables at play. In this new research, the team in Colorado showed that this not necessarily the case.They started by building a square drum frame out of silicon, with each side 0.5 millimeters long. They then stretched a thin film of silicon nitride over the skin to create the drum head. The drum was placed in a vacuum between two very tiny mirrors and was chilled to just 4 degrees above absolute zero to eliminate extraneous noise. The experiment was conducted by shooting a laser at the drum and measuring how much the head was distended by the photons striking it as they were bounced back and forth between the mirrors. As more photons struck the drum, greater fluctuations occurred in the measurements recorded, distorting the readings, and proving that the Heisenberg uncertainty principle can indeed be demonstrated with objects large enough to be seen with the naked eye.The results of the experiment could also have an impact elsewhere, as researchers in Washington and Louisiana are planning a similar experiment over a much more vast scale—they will be seeking to measure gravitationally waves, which the theory of relatively says, should cause a change in distance between two objects. Their experiment will involve the use mirrors as well, but instead of a small drum, they will be trying to measure what happens when two black holes merge. Journal information: Science More information: Science. Vol 339, February 13, 2013, p. 801. doi: 10.1126/science.1231282 Are you certain, Mr. Heisenberg? New measurements deepen understanding of quantum uncertainty This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Citation: Researchers demonstrate Heisenberg uncertainty principle at macro level (2013, February 15) retrieved 18 August 2019 from Explore furtherlast_img read more

first_img 5 people who need to visit the Ultrastar Multi-tainment Center BRUSSELS (AP) — The U.N. refugee agency urged the European Union on Thursday to take in far greater numbers of refugees than planned as the number of desperate Syrians fleeing conflict continues to grow.The EU’s 28 nations resettled around 8,500 people in need of protection last year, according to UNHCR figures, and plans to resettle 20,000 refugees from outside Europe over the next two years.UNHCR Assistant High Commissioner for Protection Volker Turk told EU lawmakers that “there will be a much greater and more urgent need to increase these numbers.” Sponsored Stories Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Top Stories Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Natural spring cleaning tips and tricks for your home Turk said the numbers of migrants entering the EU via Turkey into Greece had increased significantly recently, and that most of those coming in were Syrians. Some Iraqis, Somalis and Eritreans are using this route too, he said.“We haven’t seen as many arrivals in Greece in previous years as we have now,” he said. “There needs to be a lot of solidarity measures with the countries that are particularly affected,” like Greece and Malta.The conflict there is now in its fifth year and Turk said this means that “a certain sense of hopelessness sets in among the Syrian refugee population” and drives them to more desperate ways of finding sanctuary.Lead EU lawmaker on migration, Roberta Metsola, said the EU could make better use of an existing system of special visas for such people. She called for a fully-resourced “support system to create further capacities for humanitarian visas.”In a separate measure, the European Commission is urging member states to take in 40,000 Syrians and Eritreans arriving in Italy and Greece over the next two years in an attempt to oblige countries to share the migrant burden.A number of states, including influential EU members France and Germany, have complained about the commission’s method for calculating how many refugees each nation should take in under the “relocation” plan. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies ErrorOK… ErrorOK A migrant from Syria waits at the port of Kos island, Greece, on Tuesday, June 2, 2015, after she and others were rescued by Greek Coast Guard while they were trying to cross from Turkey to Greece on a dinghy. Greece and Italy are the main points of entry into the European Union for refugees and economic migrants from the Middle East and Africa hoping to reach other European Union countries. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris) Comments   Share   Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facilitylast_img read more

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