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One of the main issues is access to the preferred methods, The villagers had appealed to the deputy commissioner and Excise department officials seeking a redressal of their grievance,Written by PTI | Moradabad | Published: March 14 Ashok Bhadra?S. Amarsingh, But these safeguards will depend on the soldier adhering to protocols of firing at the feet of agitators. The force that is used against violent crowds should be unavoidable and proportionate to the violent actions of the crowd.” That body is on glorious, Saturday saw many women flocking to polling booths.

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first_imgI’ve spent decades of my life fighting against bigotry & hatred. I helped build @ihmec by working with Holocaust survivors. The meaning of that swastika is apparently unknown to the people who are carrying it, or if it is known, it’s a demonstration of the hate that is among us.— Governor JB Pritzker (@GovPritzker) May 2, 2020During a coronavirus press briefing on Saturday, Pritzker noted that only a few of the several hundred protesters displayed messages of hate.The demonstration, one of several protests throughout the state this weekend against Pritzker’s stay-at-home orders, came as the number of coronavirus cases in Illinois climbed to 58,505, with 2,559 deaths, according to the latest data released Saturday by the Illinois Department of Public Health.While Pritzker said he understands the frustration of the protesters, many who have had to go on unemployment due to nonessential businesses being closed, he added that the drastic measures he’s taken are to keep people safe and prevent the virus, formally known as COVID-19, from spreading.“I’ll defend to the death their right to be wrong and to say it out loud, but the fact is that if they look at the facts the experts are trying to protect them, and the elected officials that stand on the right side of this are trying to protect them,” Pritzker said.But protesters say that the stay-at-home orders have gone on too long and Pritzker has overstepped his authority.“The governor has gone beyond his legal authority to order citizens of the state to do anything,” protester Ben Bierly, a Republican candidate for the Illinois state Senate, told reporters at the rally.Another protester, Tony Peraicam, a former Cook County commissioner, added: “We are still the land of the free. We are still independent people who can think for themselves.”Similar anti-lockdown protests have occurred throughout the country, including large demonstrations drawing several thousand people in Michigan, Pennsylvania, California, Oregon and Arizona. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. KAMIL KRZACZYNSKI/AFP via Getty ImagesBy BILL HUTCHINSON, ABC News(CHICAGO) — A sign displayed by an anti-lockdown protester at a demonstration in Chicago was blasted by the Auschwitz Museum and Memorial and the governor of Illinois as a slogan of hate once used in Nazi death camps.The protest drew hundreds of people to downtown Chicago, most waving American flags and holding signs calling for Gov. J.B. Pritzker to end his coronavirus stay-at-home orders and jump-start the economy. But one unidentified protester was singled out as stepping over an anti-Semitic line by holding a handwritten sign reading, “Arbeit macht frei,JB.” In German, the phrase “Arbeit macht frei” means “work sets you free” and was used by the Nazis to get concentration camp prisoners to work under the false belief they would be spared from death. A photo of the sign shot by a registered nurse, Dennis Kosuth, who was participating in a counterprotest, quickly went viral and got the attention of the Auschwitz Museum and Memorial in Poland.“‘Arbeit macht frei’ was a false, cynical illusion the SS gave to prisoners of #Auschwitz. Those words became one of the icons of human hatred. It’s painful to see this symbol instrumentalized & used again to spread hate. It’s a symptom of moral & intellectual degeneration,” reads the tweet from the museum and memorial.The Nazis even placed the words on the gates of the Auschwitz concentration camp and other death camps. #DYK “Arbeit Macht Frei” slogan was placed at the entrances of five German Nazi concentration camps: Auschwitz, Dachau, Flossenbürg, Gross-Rosen, and Sachsenhausen as well as in the small fortress of Theresienstadt Ghetto. pic.twitter.com/MjlVLqk9TF— Auschwitz Memorial (@AuschwitzMuseum) May 2, 2020“Arbeit macht frei” was a false, cynical illusion the SS gave to prisoners of #Auschwitz. Those words became one of the icons of human hatred. It’s painful to see this symbol instrumentalized & used again to spread hate. It’s a symptom of moral & intellectual degeneration. https://t.co/ZRxja8x6eS— Auschwitz Memorial (@AuschwitzMuseum) May 2, 2020Pritzker, who is of Jewish descent, denounced the protester for carrying the sign at Friday’s rally in front of the governor’s office at the James R. Thompson Center in Chicago as well as several other demonstrators he said carried signs containing swastikas, including one referring to the governor “Heil Pritzker.””The people who were protesting — there were quite a number of people who seem to have been carrying signs filled with hate,” Pritzker said in a tweet on Saturday. “There were people carrying signs with swastikas on them. The meaning of that swastika is apparently unknown to the people who are carrying it, or if it is known, it is a demonstration of the hate that is among us.”center_img Here it is, in motion, for those who question if it was real. I’m sure some will say I got George Lucas on this…. pic.twitter.com/U513iJYrvg— Dennis Kosuth, RN (@Dennis_Kosuth) May 3, 2020Pritzker also took to Twitter to condemn such Nazi symbols being used at what organizers had billed as a peaceful protest.“I’ve spent decades of my life fighting against bigotry & hatred,” Pritzker tweeted, adding that he worked with Holocaust survivors to help raise money for a Holocaust museum in Chicago that was dedicated in 2017.last_img

Modeling the consequences of Antarctic krill harvesting on Antarctic fur seals

first_imgIn terms of the convention governing the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), management advice for the Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) fishery should take the needs of the predators of krill into account in order to reduce the risk of deleterious impacts on such predators (e.g., baleen whales and numerous fish, seal, penguin, and flying bird species). A single species yield model is currently being used by the CCAMLR Scientific Committee to recommend an annual krill catch limit, which is expressed as a proportion (γ = 0.116) of a survey biomass estimate. This approach takes the needs of predators into account in only a crude way by assuming that a median krill escapement of 75% of its unexploited biomass would be sufficient to meet the needs of predators. A krill–predator modeling procedure is presented that could be used to directly assess the impact of krill harvesting on krill predator populations and therefore to revise this recommended harvesting level (γ) for Antarctic krill. Application of a deterministic form of this model to an Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella) data set from Bird Island, South Georgia, Antarctica, indicates that the level of krill fishing intensity (γ) that would reduce this population to half the equilibrium size in the absence of krill fishing (γhalf) lies between 0.03 and 0.18, which includes the level recommended by CCAMLR. This large range results primarily from the sensitivity of the model to the maximum growth rate parameter, for which a range of 5–15%/yr is investigated. A plausible range of values for this parameter (5–15%/yr) results in estimated γhalf values from 0.04 to 0.23. Stochastic calculations (which take account of interannual fluctuations in the abundance of the krill population due to recruitment variability) yield higher estimated γhalf values than the less realistic deterministic calculations. However, simulation tests indicate that the estimated γhalf values are biased upward; this modeling approach is therefore likely to yield γhalf values that would lead to a depletion of the Antarctic fur seal population to more than half its pristine size.last_img

LeBron James launching multimillion-dollar effort to recruit poll workers for November

first_imgAugust 26, 2020 /Sports News – National LeBron James launching multimillion-dollar effort to recruit poll workers for November FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailScott Clarke / ESPN ImagesBy KENDALL KARSON, ABC News(NEW YORK) — NBA superstar LeBron James is wading further into the fight over voter suppression, with his voting rights organization, More Than A Vote, launching a multimillion-dollar campaign to fortify the number of poll workers in vulnerable Black communities.The group, which bands together James, other star athletes, state election officials and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, is partnering to draft young activists to work at polling locations for November’s general election across the southern and battleground states of Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina and Texas. “There are a lot of people who grew up in the inner city who are afraid to vote,” James, the star of the Los Angeles Lakers, told reporters last week while wearing a “More Than a Vote” T-shirt inside the NBA’s quarantined campus in Orlando, Florida. “We’re giving everyone the tools, outlets.”Some of the states at the center of the effort were some of the sites of this year’s most chaotic primaries. Georgia was one of the largest states to struggle with running an election during the COVID-19 pandemic — but it is not alone. In early April, Wisconsin wrestled with similar challenges — and saw similar scenes of long lines and voter confusion — in what could be an unnerving preview of November if the virus persists.In Georgia, hours-long lines were compounded by problems with voting equipment and poll worker shortages, particularly in Atlanta’s populous Fulton County.In Wisconsin, the delays were due in part to nearly 60% of Wisconsin municipalities reporting a shortage of poll workers, and 111 jurisdictions reporting they could not staff even one polling place. Milwaukee, the state’s largest city, only had five polling locations, a fraction of the 180 that typically operate on election day.The new initiative seeks to confront the shortage of election volunteers, particularly in communities of color. Atlanta is majority Black, according to U.S. Census data, and Milwaukee County is home to 69.4% of Wisconsin’s African American population, according to the most recent data cited by state’s Department of Health Services.More than a Vote, which emerged in June amid demonstrations against the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, will focus on recruiting younger poll workers in order to shield older poll workers from the threat of the virus, organizers said. The effort will utilize corporate partnerships and paid advertising on digital, radio and TV to cast a wide net for volunteers. The campaign, which was first reported by the New York Times and confirmed to ABC News, seeks to elevate the battle over voter suppression using the cultural influence of dozens of athletes and artists, along with the NAACP’s resources, a spokesperson for the group said.More than a Vote is also working to transform sports arenas left vacant by the pandemic into massive polling locations — a model that was used in Kentucky’s primary elections in June with relative success. So far they’ve joined forces with sports teams in Atlanta, Cleveland, Charlotte, Detroit, Los Angeles and Sacramento.The nonprofit also committed in July to help pay outstanding fines and fees for former felons in Florida seeking to vote in November.James’ political involvement previously included endorsing Hillary Clinton in 2016 and appearing at a campaign rally. But his decision to launch More Than a Vote is perhaps his most consequential foray into the political arena.“We know how important November is, but more importantly even past November because it doesn’t stop,” James said last week. “We don’t want it to stop. We want to continue to put our foot on the gas and continue to learn and continue to educate ourselves, because when we don’t it trickles down to the next generation — because knowledge is power and when you don’t have knowledge the kids that come after us, they don’t have it and it trickles down from generation to generation to generation. So I want create mental wealth for generations to come.” Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Written bycenter_img Beau Lundlast_img

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