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Monthly Archives: April 2021

Preparing parks for change – Newguidance to aid planning for a changing climate

WASHINGTON — The National Park Service (NPS) has published a guide to help park managers address the effects of climate change in plans and decisions that best preserve and protect park resources and landscapes for their enjoyment today and for future generations. Planning for a Changing Climate helps managers consider possible risks and impacts associated with climate change to make informed decisions to better protect

Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff, Secretary Deb Haaland Announce New Listings in National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Program

WASHINGTON – Today, Second Gentleman of the United States Douglas Emhoff and Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland announced 16 additions to the National Park Service’s National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Program. The new listings join nearly 700 other sites, programs, and facilities in the network that honor, preserve, and promote

FLORIDA MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY AND UNITED HOMECARE AND ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP FOR AN INCLUSIVE AND EQUITABLE MIAMI TO ADVANCE ADULT LEARNERS IN THE HOME HEALTH AIDE WORKFORCE

April 13, 2021, Miami Gardens, Florida,  — United HomeCare® (UHC), a 501 (C)(3) non-profit Home and Community-Based Home Health Agency, is proud to announce its partnership with Florida Memorial University (FMU), Office of Continuing Education and Professional Studies, a historically Black university (HBCU) located in

Before Mississippi governor signed bill late last month, Sen. Wicker, JSU President Hudson, Coach Prime agreed student-athletes should be paid for name, image, likeness

(JACKSON, Miss.) — U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker sought opinions from JSU President Thomas K. Hudson and Tigers’ Coach Prime (Deion Sanders) about compensating student-athletes for the use of their names, images and likenesses and claims the “devil is in the details” about a proposed “Player’s