Thank-you comments to YouTube and Omita for the world's first YouTube Game “YouTube Ice Cream Shop Game”

YouTuber Omita

Omita [ Omi Miyabina ]

YouTuber Omita

Omita [ Omi Miyabina ]

It is a hot topic in the news all over the world.

ITABASHI-KU, TOKYO, JAPAN, November 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — After YouTuber Omita started the world's first “YouTube ice cream shop game” which viewers can actually play in November 2021, the site was featured on TV stations in the United States and became big news in Japan as well as around the world.

The response was great. Many comments were received from all over the world in the YouTube comment section.

In the comment section, the following remarks of praise have been posted.
“I couldn't go out much because of the coronavirus. It's a lot of fun to be an ice cream shop clerk in this game. Many thanks to YouTube and Omita.”
“My children are fascinated with the screen when I play the game, so it is very helpful.”
“The clerks in the YouTube Ice Cream Shop Game are cool and cute.”
“This game is really fashionable and amusing.”
“Whoever thought up this game is a genius.”
“Pure relaxation.”
“This game is an ice cream sensation.”
“It's amazing that people can think up a variety of interesting games like this.”

The world's first YouTube game has become a hot topic in news and other media around the world. It has been well received because visitors actually feel like a male or female clerk working at an ice cream shop. They feel happy and very amused.

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Iran: Posting placards of messages of Iranian Resistance leadership about Isfahan uprising

11/26/2021-"Massoud Rajavi: overthrowing the inhuman enemy is inevitable,"

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): “Massoud Rajavi: overthrowing the inhuman enemy is inevitable,”

11/26/2021-"Maryam Rajavi: Compatriot youth, join the Resistance Units,"

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): “Maryam Rajavi: Compatriot youth, join the Resistance Units,”

11/26/2021-"Maryam Rajavi: martyrs of the uprising are the price for the Iranian people’s freedom of,"

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): “Maryam Rajavi: martyrs of the uprising are the price for the Iranian people’s freedom of,”

11/26/2021-"Massoud Rajavi: The flames of uprisings will not be extinguished,"

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): “Massoud Rajavi: The flames of uprisings will not be extinguished,”

11/26/2021-"Massoud Rajavi: We must obtain our rights. We must rise up to obtain our rights from the anti-human clerical regime,"

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): “Massoud Rajavi: We must obtain our rights. We must rise up to obtain our rights from the anti-human clerical regime,”

11/26/2021-"Isfahan and Shahrekord are not left alone.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): “Massoud Rajavi: “Isfahan and Shahrekord are not left alone.

11/26/2021-The water was stolen by the mullahs and the Revolutionary Guards.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): The water was stolen by the mullahs and the Revolutionary Guards.

11/26/2021-The thirst of the Iranian people will only be quenched when they rise up and overthrow the regime.”

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): The thirst of the Iranian people will only be quenched when they rise up and overthrow the regime.”

Massoud Rajavi: We must obtain our rights. We must rise up to obtain our rights from the anti-human clerical regime" "Isfahan and Shahrekord are not left alone

The activities took place extensively in Isfahan and other cities across Iran.
Maryam Rajavi: Compatriot youth, join the Resistance Units
Massoud Rajavi: overthrowing the inhuman enemy is inevitable”

— NCRI

PARIS, FRANCE, November 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The activities took place extensively in Isfahan and other cities across Iran.
Maryam Rajavi: Compatriot youth, join the Resistance Units
Massoud Rajavi: overthrowing the inhuman enemy is inevitable

The activities took place extensively in Isfahan and other cities across Iran.

Among the slogans were: "Maryam Rajavi: Compatriot youth, join the Resistance Units,"

"Maryam Rajavi: martyrs of the uprising are the price for the Iranian people’s freedom of,"

"Massoud Rajavi: overthrowing the inhuman enemy is inevitable,"

"Massoud Rajavi: The flames of uprisings will not be extinguished,"

"Massoud Rajavi: We must obtain our rights. We must rise up to obtain our rights from the anti-human clerical regime,"

"Isfahan and Shahrekord are not left alone.

The water was stolen by the mullahs and the Revolutionary Guards. The thirst of the Iranian people will only be quenched when they rise up and overthrow the regime.”

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)
November 26, 2021

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GIVING SHOESDAY IS JUST DAYS AWAY

Effect Hope Logo and Giving Shoesday text

This November 30, Canadians can support dignity and restoration with a gift of shoes.

Group of people watching shoemaker construct special shoes. In the foreground, a woman named Sumi watches. Her feet are damaged from leprosy.

Thanks to the shoes that Balaram the shoe maker is creating, Sumi’s feet will be protected from further damage and her mobility will be enhanced.

Canadian Christian Global Health Organization wants to change 500 lives with shoes

A small cut can become a massive health crisis. But specially designed shoes can prevent a catastrophe. We can change lives with these shoes.”

— Kim Evans, CEO of Effect Hope

MARKHAM, ONTARIO, CANADA, November 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — As people hunt for Black Friday deals on shoes, Canadian Christian Global Health Organization, Effect Hope challenges Canadians to give 500 pairs of shoes for Giving Tuesday on November 30.

In an event the non-profit organization is calling ‘Giving Shoesday,’ Effect Hope asks Canadians to make a gift of special protective shoes for people with nerve damage and injuries due to leprosy and other neglected tropical diseases.

The cost of a pair of this so-called miracle shoes is $25. This price point beats even the best Black Friday deals.

“Many people with leprosy and other neglected tropical diseases can’t feel pain anymore. Leprosy damages the nervous system meaning that the body stops sending warning signals to the brain. That’s what pain is – a warning,” explained Kim Evans, CEO of Effect Hope. “Suddenly, an everyday activity like walking is risky! Without pain, people don’t notice when they injure their foot. The small cut can become infected that just can’t heal. The infection can spread up the leg, and in some cases, amputation may be necessary to save a life. Many people whom we serve depend on their ability to walk to earn a living and to survive. A small cut can become a massive health crisis. 

But specially designed shoes can prevent a catastrophe. We can change lives with these shoes,” she added.

Custom-made miracle shoes help to protect the foot, allowing it to heal. These special shoes for people with ulcers and injuries from leprosy and other neglected tropical diseases cradle the foot in just the right way. The footwear also keeps people mobile so that they can work and be with their communities.  Thanks to miracle shoes, people experience restoration of their mobility and dignity.

Effect Hope is aiming to raise enough to provide 500 pairs of protective shoes to people who need them by November 30. Canadians can donate and receive a charitable tax receipt here: www.effecthope.org/givingshoesday.

About Effect Hope

Effect Hope is a Canadian Christian global health organization that partners with others to bring hope and restoration to people affected by neglected tropical diseases like leprosy. These diseases cause illness and disabilities, perpetuate poverty, invite discrimination, and eliminate hope. For about 130 years, Effect Hope has worked together with affected communities and people to find innovative solutions to ensure that those living with neglected tropical diseases can thrive.

With partners and supporters, Effect Hope seeks to create a world where people overcome neglected tropical diseases like leprosy – A world full of hope.

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அமெரிக்காவில் தமிழீழத் தேசிய மாவரீர் நாள் நிகழ்வுகள்! நாடுகடந்த தமிழீழ அரசாங்கம்

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அமெரிக்காவில் தமிழீழத் தேசிய மாவரீர் நாள் நிகழ்வுகள் சிறப்பாக இடம்பெறுவதற்கான முன்னேற்பாடுகள் இடம்பெற்று வருகின்றன.

* நியூ யோர்க்கில் ஏற்பாடு செய்யப்பட்டுள்ள இந்நிகழ்வில் நாடுகடந்த தமிழீழ அரசாங்கத்தின் பிரதமர் வி.உருத்திரகுமாரன் அவர்கள் பங்கெடுத்து மாவீரர் நினைவேந்தல் உரையினை வழங்க இருக்கின்றார்.

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Date: Saturday – Nov. 27. : 6:00 pm

Time:
* New York – 6:00 PM. (Saturday – 27th).
* UK: 11:00 PM. )Saturday – 27th).
* Australia: 10:00 AM, Sunday (28th).
* India / Eelam: 4:30 am, Sunday (28th).

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ABOUT THE TRANSNATIONAL GOVERNMENT OF TAMIL EELAM (TGTE):

The Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) is a democratically elected Government of over a million strong Tamils (from the island of Sri Lanka) living in several countries around the world.

TGTE was formed after the mass killing of Tamils by the Sri Lankan Government in 2009.

TGTE thrice held internationally supervised elections among Tamils around the world to elect 135 Members of Parliament. It has two chambers of Parliament: The House of Representatives and the Senate and also a Cabinet.

TGTE is leading a campaign to realize the political aspirations of Tamils through peaceful, democratic, and diplomatic means and its Constitution mandates that it should realize its political objectives only through peaceful means. It’s based on the principles of nationhood, homeland and self-determination.

TGTE seeks that the international community hold the perpetrators of war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide against the Tamil people to account. TGTE calls for a referendum to decide the political future of Tamils.

The Prime Minister of TGTE is Mr. Visuvanathan Rudrakumaran, a New York based lawyer.

Twitter: @TGTE_PMO
Email: pmo@tgte.org
Web: www.tgte-us.org

BACKGROUND

Tamils in the island of Sri Lanka faced repeated mass killings in 1958, 1977, and 1983 and the mass killings in 2009 prompted UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to appoint a Panel of Experts to report on the scale of the killings.

According to UN internal review report on Sri Lanka, over 70 thousand Tamils were killed in six months in early 2009 and Tamil women were sexually assaulted and raped by the Sri Lankan Security forces.

International Truth and Justice Project (ITJP) in February 2017 handed over details to UN of Sri Lankan Military run "Rape Camps", where Tamil women are being held as “sex slaves”. Also, According to UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office report on April 2013, there are over 90 thousand Tamil war widows in Sri Lanka.

Thousands of Tamils disappeared, including babies and children. UN Working Group on Enforced Disappearances stated in 2020 that the second highest number of enforced disappearance cases in the world is from Sri Lanka.
According to this UN report, the killings and other abuses that took place amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity. Independent experts believe that there are elements of these abuses that constitute an act of genocide.

Members of the Sri Lankan security forces are almost exclusively from the Sinhalese community and the victims are all from the Tamil community. A Buddhist Monk shot and killed a Sri Lankan Prime Minister 1959 for having talks with Tamils.

Tamils overwhelmingly voted in a Parliamentary election in 1977 to establish an independent and sovereign country called Tamil Eelam. This Parliamentary election was conducted by the Sri Lankan Government.

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Winnie Joy from Kenya Appointed World Civility Ambassador During Private Ceremony in Nairobi

H.E Kivutha Kibwana, Governor of Makueni County, Winnie Joy, Mr. Philip Ngumbau – Husband

Daughter’s Angle, Patience, Grace, Winnie Joy and Phillip Ngumbau

Billy Graham, Jr., Dr. Juma Nashon, Winnie Joy, Dr. Ruben West and Dr. Michael Freeland

Bishop Daniel Kwesi, Winnie Joy, Nancy Wamaitha and Otis Tobah

World Civility Ambassador Winnie Joy

Dr. Ruben West, Special Envoy for iChange Nations™, Appoints Winnie Joy as World Civility Ambassador During Private Ceremony in Nairobi, Kenya

I am honored to be able to work alongside such amazing people, who are changing the world and creating a culture of honor and civility. Each one is an icon and a difference maker.”

— Sir. Dr. Clyde Rivers

NAIROBI CITY, GREENSPAN, KENYA, November 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — During a private ceremony held at the Safari Club Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya, gospel recording artist and youth mentor Winnie Joy received the iChange Nations™ World Civility Award and was appointed World Civility Ambassador for her work and service to others.

As passionate youth advocate that has spent many years mentoring and training youth to become the best versions of themselves, Winnie finds joy in seeing others flourish. She balances being a wife, mother to (3) three biological girls and (4) four adopted boys, all while living her passion.

Although her name is Joy, she is no stranger to hardship. As a child she witnessed her mother as well as her siblings being mistreated and abused. In the span of just 4 years she lost 4 members of her family including her mother when she was just 10. Her father abandoned his family and moved to a different city. Their house collapse and they had to sleep in the granary. Despite these hardships, Winnie uses these struggles as valuable life lessons and sources of strength often referring to them when she speaks, trains and provides mentorship.

Recently, Joy joined forces with the Civility for Kenya movement in an effort to help Kenya have peace before, during and after the 2022 elections. She is helping to create the infrastructure of the organization as well as inviting key stakeholders to join forces with the Civility For Kenya leadership.

Dr. Michael Freeland, of the United States sponsored the World Civility Award and was on hand to acknowledge Winnie and her work as her family looked on with pride and admiration. The award was presented by iChange Nations™ Special Envoy Dr. Ruben West.

Dr. Ruben West was appointed Special Envoy for iChange Nations™ in 2019 by the organization's President and founder Dr. Clyde Rivers. Dr. West carries out his global mandate by identifying deserving individuals and submitting them to the organization for award consideration.

According to Dr. Clyde Rivers, ICN honors people and organizations that believe every life is valuable and is created to contribute to the world. ICN is the largest "building cultures of honor" network in the world. iChange Nations™ is a Culture of Honor System; the organization is committed to bringing back the lost art of honor by building a Culture of Honor that recognizes individuals worldwide who have exemplified extraordinary humanitarian efforts to change nations effectively.

During the same ceremony three other very deserving individuals received iChange Nations™ awards. Bishop Daniel Kwesi (Kenya) received the Christian Leadership Award, Nancy Wamaitha (Kenya) received the Global Messenger of Hope and Otis Tobah (Liberia) received the Youth Add Value Award.

While giving out the award, Dr. West commended Winnie for her support, commitment, and contribution to her community, her country and the world as a whole.

Winnie Joy's name now falls on the list of world leaders that have been awarded by the iChange Nations™ organization.

Those leaders include:

President Yoweri Museveni, of Uganda:
He is honored for his outstanding leadership in establishing and maintaining peace in his country.

First Lady, Janet Museveni, of Uganda:
Honored for the AIDS awareness policy ABC (Abstinence, Birth Control, and Contraception) an
ever-present battle for the health of their people.

Vice President of Kenya, Kalonzo Musyoka:
He was honored for his efforts in the peace-making process for Kenya, Sudan, and Burundi.

President Pierre Nkurunziza, of Republic of Burundi:
Honored for his efforts to bring peace to a 12-year civil war between the two major tribes in his country. As well as First Lady Denise Nkurunziza, Republic of Burundi, was Honored for her efforts to bring a better life to the people of her country.

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo, of Nigeria:
Honored for the Anti-corruption policies, he implemented in Nigeria.

First Lady Maria de Luz Guebuza, of Republic of Mozambique:
Honored for her humanitarian efforts for the youth and women of her country as well as
bringing AIDS awareness programs.

Former President Wolde Giorgis of Ethiopia:
Honored for his efforts to build a better environment in his country.

Dr. Vanda Pignato – Former 1st Lady of El Salvador:
Honored for her tireless efforts in protecting women's rights in the Republic of El Salvador.

Dr. Kenneth David Kaunda – Former President of Zambia:
Honored for his life's work to establish peace in Zambia and on the continent of Africa.

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Artist Gilda Garza to Mark her 6th Miami Art Basel with Charity Show

Mexican Artist Gilda Garza Art Basel 2021 Invite with Sotheby's and Waldorf Astoria

Gilda Garza Art Basel 2021

Gilda Garza with cheque for $80,000 for World Woman Foundation

Gilda Garza $80,000 USD To Charity

Image of artwork Queen Yolanda Hadid

Artwork Queen Yolanda Hadid

Mexican Artist Gilda Garza arrives in Miami to prepare for her 6th Art Basel, with the sales of all her work to be donated to World Woman Foundation

I am excited and honoured to be partnering with the Waldorf Astoria and Sothebys. To be able to support such an inspirational charity as the World Woman Foundation through my art is a dream come true.”

— Gilda Garza

MIAMI, FLORIDA , USA, November 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — With Art Basel Miami 2020 being a casualty of the pandemic, artists and celebrities from around the world are descending on the Florida city for Art Basel Miami 2021, what is set to be its biggest festival to date. Having had four sellout shows in previous years, Mexican Artist Gilda Garza brings her private show “Queen x Queens” to the Waldorf Astoria Miami in association with Sotheby’s. The sale of four of the pieces from the show will be donated to the World Woman Foundation charity.

“I am incredibly excited and honoured to be partnering with the New Residences at the Waldorf Astoria and Sothebys. To be able to support such an inspirational charity as the World Woman Foundation through my art is a dream come true.”
Gilda Garza

Earlier this year a painting by Gilda of Kamala Harris titled “Queen Kamala”, was sold for $80,000 USD with the entire sale amount going to the World Woman Foundation. Founded in 2013, World Woman Foundation is a non-profit organization creating meaningful experiences through business, technology, social entrepreneurship, and entertainment designed for women all over the world. It’s a globally accepted organization with people across continents and cultures coming together to discover and create extraordinary resources for women. A global platform to connect, engage and succeed by sharing opportunities to women all across nations and celebrate women heroes for their unique achievements.

The event at the New Residences at the Waldorf Astoria Miami, will showcase the Mexican artists incredible work and includes, “Queen Slama Hayek”, “Queen Yolanda Hadid”, “King Kobe Bryant”, and a mixed media of “Queen Kamala Harris”, of which the profits from the sale of all pieces will go to World Woman Foundation.

Given the attendance in previous years, the Gilda Garza show is likely to be one of the most highly sought after invites of Art Basel. Known for their opulence and social elite guestlist the Waldorf Astoria is an intimate and perfectly fitting space to host Gilda Garza and her exquisite art.

Gilda’s art, along with her recent collaboration, Playboy Mexico Art Book, is available to view and purchase through Reine Art Gallery.

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Increasing M&A Activities Contributes To The Legal Services Market Growth

Legal Services Market 2021 - Opportunities And Strategies – Forecast To 2030

Legal Services Market 2021 – Opportunities And Strategies – Global Forecast To 2030

The Business Research Company’s Legal Services Market 2021 – Opportunities And Strategies – Global Forecast To 2030

LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, November 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The increasing number of transactional practices in the forecast period is expected to drive the legal services market. Transactional practice includes research, preparations and review of documents for individuals and companies for corporate, tax and real estate work, and mergers and acquisitions. During the forecast period, the number of mergers and acquisitions in several industries including pharmaceutical, accountancy and technology is expected to increase owing to pharmaceutical companies seeking new opportunities to enhance their product portfolios due to patent expiration of popular drugs in 2023-20261. One of the expected acquisitions is the acquisition of Celgene, an American biotechnology company, by Bristol-Myers Squibb, a USA-based global biopharmaceutical company, to create a leading biopharma company to address patients suffering from oncology, immunology and inflammation and cardiovascular disease2. Another major acquisition is the acquisition of Pluralsight, an online training courses provider by Vista Equity Partners for $3.5 billion.3 In Saudi Arabia, the expected rise of M&A activities can be attributed to government reforms to diversify the Kingdom’s economy and to ease policies around foreign direct investments supported by the Vision 2030 economic reform4. An increasing number of M&A activities in different industries across countries is expected to drive the legal services market.

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Summit School Special Education English Teacher Discusses The Benefits of Prioritizing Mental Health in High School

Amelia Bainton, Summit School at Nyack Special Education English Teacher

Amelia Bainton shares how a smaller ratio of students enables her and her team to really help students when they are struggling. See the full interview here.

It wasn’t until I started working at Summit School, in my early twenties, that I truly was able to see just how important it is to keep your mental health in check.”

— Amelia Bainton

NYACK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, November 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Q: What is your official title?
A: Special Education English Teacher. I’m also the English Department Team Leader.

Q: How long have you worked at Summit School at Nyack?
A: I started working here in September, 2014. Initially I was a Teaching Assistant, and briefly a 1:1 Aide. In March of 2017 I took on the role of English teacher.

Q: If a stranger asked you what you do for a living, what would you tell them?
A: When people ask me what I do, I tell them I’m an English Teacher at a high school that specializes in helping students who struggle with emotional issues. When people ask me why, or say that they would never be able to do something like this, I usually explain that it’s challenging but it’s just something that has always made sense to me. Although our kids have specific problems that most teenagers do not have, the way our school is structured is something, I believe, all teenagers would benefit from. Summit offers our students a support team of adults.

Thinking back on my high school career, I was one of the students that was somewhere in the middle. I was always very shy and easily lost in a sea of 25 other students in my classes. I was able to get by, however I often wonder how different I could have been had there only been say 11 other students in my classes. Our kids have such great support systems here with their teams (teachers, social workers, teaching assistants, cottage staff). Although I had a great support system with my parents, it would have been so wonderful for me, growing up, to have had trusted adults at school that really took the time and energy to get to know me and understand me. So to answer the actual question, I want to be the person that a 16 year old version of me would have felt comfortable with and genuinely loved to talk to and learn from every day.

Q: How does the team approach at Summit School help you successfully overcome the challenges you're faced with?
A: I’ve learned that regardless of how planned and prepared you are for the day, there will always be unexpected challenges here. We quite literally must expect the unexpected every single day. I don’t mean that in a bad way, it’s just the nature of the job. You need to be on 100% of the time when you work at Summit. Doing this alone, without a team, would be impossible. Having a teaching assistant is fantastic. Also, having a team on the same floor that all work with mostly the same students is truly a life saver. We can discuss what works and doesn’t work with our students to really be able to individualize everything for our kids. We also have an ‘open door’ type of relationship down here. If I need help, I know I can call anyone on my team or walk into their rooms for guidance. They also feel comfortable coming to me for the same reasons (and because I have a microwave in here).

Q: How do you feel students are prepared for life after graduation?
A: Going to college is difficult for every young person. It’s a new environment that they must learn the ins and outs of to become successful and feel as comfortable as they once did in their old ‘safe’ environment. I think by understanding what helps them during stressful situations (using proper coping mechanisms), they will be successful in any situation. Our students are always encouraged to reach out for help when they need it and so I think if they continue to have that same mentality (in college or in a job) as opposed to not admitting when they need the help, they will also be successful after graduation.

Q: What are the underlying benefits students gain from a well rounded program like Summit?
A: Students learn to prioritize their mental health. I don’t think this is something that is a high priority in other high schools. When high schools have large classes, it’s easy for students to fall between the cracks. Unfortunately, mental health is often stigmatized which is such a shame. It wasn’t until I started working at Summit, in my early twenties, that I truly was able to see just how important it is to keep your mental health in check. With a smaller ratio of students here, we can really help them when they are struggling. We provide them with the tools they need to be successful.

Q: Do you have a student success story you would want to share?
A: Last year, for the first time ever, we had a panel of three former students who got to share their success stories. I had the opportunity to work with all three of them many years ago, so it was such a joy to see how far they have come. One student in particular, is now in the process of getting her PhD. I wrote to her after the panel and told her how proud I am to see how well she is doing. There was once a time where she was exactly like our current students. She was scared and unsure of where her future was going to go. Now, she is a happy and successful young adult. She acknowledged that it wasn’t easy, however the tools she acquired at Summit helped her out tremendously.

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November 26th is National Native American Heritage Day.

Tamien citizens continue to harvest seaweed on the California Coast, a cultural tradition that is thousands of years old.

Tamien Nation Drying Seaweed on the California Coast

Celebrate the rich history, culture, and traditions of the Tamien Nation, the First Peoples of Silicon Valley.

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, November 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Quirina Luna Geary, Chairwoman for Tamien Nation begins to explain why her tribe, like so many Indigenous groups, are not widely known, “We are proud of our heritage and excited for the opportunity to finally share our story. As Indigenous people, we were raised to be invisible, away from the prying eyes of government agencies whose sole purpose was to eradicate Indigenous culture and force absolute assimilation. We were taught not to speak up or make waves. If people didn’t hear or see us, we were safe. Today, we are free to share our experiences and openly advocate for our people. This gives us an amazing sense of freedom. We can practice our culture and language without fear of punishment or ridicule.”

Silicon Valley is the aboriginal homeland of the Tamien Nation encompassing over 1300 square miles where Tamien people lived and continue to manage the landscape for thousands of years creating a deep connection with the land embedded with respect, trust, and reciprocity.

“As a child, I remember traveling with several generations of aunts, uncles and cousins to work the fields and to harvest our Indigenous foods. I clearly remember one time at the age of 6, we went to gather mushrooms. We were in a large field as my mother was teaching me about the color of the underbelly of the mushroom. I only picked a few when I heard someone scream. I looked up and everyone was running past us. My mother picked me up with one arm and my cousin with the other, ran for the fence and tossed us over. There was an odd moment of silence before everyone started laughing. It wasn’t until I was an adult that I realized what happened that day. We were trespassing onto a farmer’s land and a brahman bull was chasing us. This was our reality.”

Like many non-Federally Recognized Indian Tribes in California, Tamien Nation does not live or own lands within their aboriginal territory. This is a consequence of setter colonialism and the granting of Tamien lands to Spanish, Mexican and other immigrant families forcing Tamien people to migrate from Santa Clara Valley to Santa Cruz and then eventually to the San Joaquin Valley. “There are literally hundreds of Tamien people living in the San Joaquin Valley today,” Geary explains. Despite the disposition of their lands, Tamien people continue to have an inextricable connection to their homeland, “Our land is who we are. Our oral history tells us that humans were created by siri, saaray, yuu humuya (Eagle, Crow and Hummingbird). The three had a long conversation about how to create people and what we should look like. They began to create us from clay molded of the earth. We are literally the land.” Geary continues explain the consequences of land loss, “There’s the saying in English, ‘Home is where you hang your hat,’ But for Tamien people, we are not whole unless we are home. The removal from our homeland is devastating. It’s like taking our hands so we can no longer feed ourselves, removing our feet so we can no longer walk, and cutting out our heart as it’s the very essence of who we are. We are the land.”

The removal of Indigenous people from their lands has greater consequences beyond displacement. “When we do not have access to our lands, we cannot practice certain ceremonies or gather particular traditional foods. This loss includes the loss of opportunity for intergenerational transmission of cultural information that is vital for our very existence as Tamien people,” Geary explains. “I want to teach my daughters how to gather mushrooms like my mother taught me, but we need land to do it without fear of being hurt or arrested for trespassing.”

Despite these obstacles, Tamien Nation continues to display resiliency, hope, and courage. “There is so much work to be done and we cannot do it alone. We understand that we need partnership and resources outside our community.” Geary has worked with linguists, Natasha Warner and Lynnika Butler of the University of Arizona to help revitalize one of their heritage languages. “Our Tamien language only consists of a few wordlists, but Tamien people intermarried with the southern Mutsun people, and that related language is highly documented.” Geary is hoping to use Mutsun to help reconstruct the Tamien language. After 20 years of work on the Mutsun language, Geary, Warner and Butler coauthored an open-source comprehensive 600-page dictionary, a first of its kind. Geary has also been teaching language classes to her people and neighboring tribes for over two decades. Geary explains her philosophy, “Language belongs to the people, not tribal governments. It doesn’t matter which tribe they’re enrolled in. If their people spoke the language, they have a right to learn it.” Programming like the Tamien Nation Language Revitalization Program is carried out with little outside support and oftentimes personally funded by Geary, “My family didn’t always have meat on our table, but we had language and that’s what continues to feed us.”

Tamien Nation continues to seek partnerships with organizations, institutions, and agencies to help build capacity to better serve Tamien citizens and the local community. “Our people deserve to have their basic needs met like food security, job opportunities and the capacity to live within our aboriginal territory. It’s our basic human rights as Indigenous people. We also recognize our obligation to help the greater community who live and work within our homeland. There is much work to be done and we are committed for the long-haul.”

The Tamien Nation is excited to announce the official launch of their website, www.tamien.org allowing the public, for the first time, the opportunity to learn about Tamien history, traditions, and their local grass-roots movements. Organizations and residences can support specific programs that are currently underway with the Tamien Nation such as the Language Revitalization Program, the Tamien Voluntary Land Tax, the Tamien Cultural Fire Program, Food Sovereignty Program, and Roundhouse Fund.Tamien Nation can be contacted at INFO@Tamien.org.

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Foundation for a Drug-Free World Celebrates its 15th Anniversary – 2006 I 2021

Foundation for a Drug-Free World has educated 13 million students in over  30,000 schools and institutions worldwide.

Foundation for a Drug-Free World has educated 13 million students in over 30,000 schools and institutions worldwide.

Millions of Truth About Drugs booklets were distributed during major  sporting events, including Olympic Games and Super Bowls.

Millions of Truth About Drugs booklets were distributed during major sporting events, including Olympic Games and Super Bowls.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, November 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Foundation for a Drug-Free World celebrates its 15th Anniversary this year: 15 years of working with parents, educators and community leaders to help youth avoid the tragedy of drug abuse and addiction.

Founded in 2006 in response to the worldwide drug epidemic, the Foundation’s mission is: to empower youth and adults with factual information about drugs so they can make informed decisions and live drug-free.

Since then, the Foundation has:

* Grown to a network of thousands of volunteers in some 200 chapters around the world

* Formed partnerships with 1,800 organizations

* Educated 13 million students in 30,000 schools and institutions in 196 countries with the Truth About Drugs materials

* Reached more than 900 million people with this vital information.

“Education on drugs is vital to empower youth and ensure the success of future generations,” says Foundation for a Drug-Free World Executive Director Jessica Hochman. “Teaching kids the truth about drugs before some dealer or peer tells them lies is what it is all about. We provide resources to do just that and in language kids listen to.”

Milestones of the past 15 years include:

* In 2012, volunteers distributed 1 million Truth About Drugs booklets at the UK Olympics.

* A coalition of more than 5,500 volunteers from Christian churches of diverse denominations, law enforcement and nonprofits distributed 2 million Truth About Drugs booklets during the 2016 Rio Olympics, led by Drug-Free World activists from the United States, Colombia and Venezuela. The result was a 39% decrease in drug trafficking in the area—the first decrease in since 2008.

* In 2017, the State of Mexico, one of the 32 federal entities of the United Mexican States, adopted the Drug‑Free World program for all secondary schools with 2,500 teachers trained on the Truth About Drugs program.

* Drug-Free World partnered with the Philippines National Police and trained more than 1,000 police officers to use the program in its community outreach.

* 32,000 military personnel and 3,600 teachers were trained on the Truth About Drugs program in Colombia, resulting in over 2.2 million students educated on the dangers of drugs.

* In the border town of Pharr, Texas, where police were concerned about drugs flooding their community, the Truth About Drugs booklets were distributed to 48% of the population, resulting in a 30% drop of marijuana usage.

“Through our 200 volunteer chapters internationally we are everywhere,” says Hochman. “Our website has free resources and we welcome anyone to come on board and help create a Drug-Free World by reaching youth with the Truth About Drugs.

“The Foundation acknowledges its many volunteers and chapters around the world which have made the past 15 years so rewarding, with a special thanks to its main sponsor, the Church of Scientology.”

For more information visit the Foundation for a Drug-Free World website at www.drugfreeworld.org or contact the Foundation for a Drug-Free World.

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