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Robert Mugabe Is Gone

Robert Mugabe, the first prime minister, and later president of independent Zimbabwe, has passed on today, Friday 06 September 2019. He was 95 years old. Mugabe was the one who traded the mantle of liberator, for the armour of a tyrant, and presided over the decline of one of Africa’s most prosperous countries. The death… Read More »

Florida state senator wants white judge who sentenced black man to jail for missing jury duty taken

A Florida state senator wants the judge who sentenced a black man to 10 days in jail for missing jury duty stripped of his judicial powers  Sen. Bobby Powell blasted Palm Beach judge John S. Kastrenakes for sentencing 21-year-old Deandre Somerville to incarceration as well probation, community service and a monetary fine after the college… Read More »

Italy’s Berlusconi To Do Community Service With The Elderly

Looks like Silvio Berlusconi will be spending some time at a nursing home, and not because he’s grown tired of his lavish mansion. It’s where Italy’s former prime minister will serve out his community service. In 2012, a court convicted the billionaire tycoon of tax fraud in connection with his television empire back in the… Read More »

Sonny Tau receives fine, community service and curfew over poached kererū

Sonny Tau has just been sentenced for charges relating to the hunting and possession of kereru. For all the details, let’s cross to reporter Irena Smith in our Auckland newsroom, Irena. Sonny Tau has been fined $24,500 for hunting and possessing kereru. For attempting to divert the course of justice, he is under curfew and… Read More »

C4: Ignite Your Catholic Faith – Why Observe the Sacraments?

I’ve heard of sacraments. What are they? Why do we have to observe the sacraments? I keep the sacraments… mostly. The Baltimore Catechism says that “a sacrament is an external sign instituted by Christ to confer grace.” What does that mean? It means that Jesus has set up for us, in the Church, a way… Read More »

TEDxMileHigh – Bobby Lefebre – Social Worker

Translator: Helena Bowen Reviewer: Denise RQ When I tell people what I do for a living they often respond by saying things like, “Bless your soul, that must be difficult,” and my all time favorite, “It’s so nice to see someone not working for the money.” (Laughter) I’m a social worker. I attended the wounds… Read More »

Community Service Mentorship Program

There is an international student. He wants to volunteer in local communities around UW. Hoping not only to be connected to those local communities but also to give valuable life skills such as communication skills. Then he discovered Carlson leadership and Public Service center website where students can search community service opportunities, but this website… Read More »