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Space Invaders in Comparative Politics? Feminist Women of Color Perspectives full paper panelSection 31: Women and Political StudiesCo-sponsored theme panel participant:(Chair) Robin L. Turner, Butler University. (Discussant) Zachariah Cherian Mampilly, Baruch College, CUNY; (Discussant) Sean Yom, Temple University Session description:Women of color are often treated as “space invaders” in political science (Alexander-Floyd 2015). Our bodies are perceived to violate unstipulated disciplinary norms of cisgender white men, biasing our research and reducing its generalizability. is particularly troublesome for scholars of color engaged in comparative qualitative or interpretive research. Because it is not entirely at home among relatively female-friendly but predominantly white…

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to the editor — Older people aged 65 and over who are residents of long-term care facilities (LTCH) in England endured a disproportionate amount of death and suffering during the COVID-19 pandemic. Lives could have been saved if, before the pandemic, a stronger framework was in place to protect their human rights, defined as the rights and freedoms of all human beings contained in international and national human rights law. could have avoided the level of hardship experienced by this marginalized population. group.At least 43,256 LTCH residents died from COVID-19 in England and Wales between March 2020 and January 2022,…

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As NFL teams try to cut 80-man training camp rosters to 53, New York Giants general manager Joe Shane and Human Resources believe they’ll be keeping an eye on Waiver Wire to find new players. I’m here. The team is weakened by injuries and talent.When asked if a trade could occur in the Giants’ near future, head coach Brian Dabor said, “I think we’re open to improving the team in any way we can. “We’re trying to improve as much as we can. I think Joe and his staff have been meeting since the morning about different things. They communicate,…

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7:39 AM ETESPN staffHow to make more PV Sindhus? Road to Indian tennis resurgence? How can Mirabai Chanu’s Olympic medal be put to good use? In honor of National Sports Day, we continue to take a look at the state of India’s major (non-cricket) sports with some goals and roadmaps.Focus on the people on Sports Daybadmintonstate of playBadminton is one of India’s most successful sports, with traditional indicators such as Olympic medals, world championship titles and world number one ranked players. From national age structure to national coaching and fundraising, the system is all in place. However, there is still…

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paper A still from a 2018 FUNAI video taken during a government surveillance mission shows a man chopping wood. (Credit: FUNAI) The last surviving man of Brazil’s indigenous people — often called the “hole man” — has died after living in isolation for more than 20 years, according to the country’s indigenous peoples agency. According to Survival International, a nonprofit that protects tribal rights, the man got the nickname because of his habit of digging deep holes and putting sharp stakes in them to catch animals. Also, according to an earlier account written by his director of Survival Research and…

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Former Florida Attorney General Chris Kise, who was on Gov. Ron DeSantis’ transition team, signed a contract to represent Donald Trump in criminal cases, resulting in the ex-president in Mar-a-Lago. has been raided by the FBI, two sources said. A source with knowledge of the argument.Kise, who declined to comment, began negotiations with Trump shortly after the FBI raided his Palm Beach mansion on Aug. 8. A job representing Trump, according to five people familiar with the legal battle. and his reputation as a troubled client of Penny Pimp, with a history of backbiting among rival advisors. other lawyers refused…

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Mining company Oxycer has submitted five applications to explore for gold in the Piripkura Indigenous Area in anticipation of the lifting of restrictions in October this year.The territory is home to two of the last three surviving Pilipukulla tribes. They live in voluntary isolation and already face the threat of encroachment on their territory by illegal loggers and ranchers.Mining in indigenous territories is currently illegal in Brazil. As such, the Federal Ministry of Public Affairs is proceeding with a lawsuit to cancel the mining request filed with the National Mining Administration (ANM).However, ANM will continue to accept and register these…

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It’s no surprise that the Hawaiian Islands are a top travel destination. scenic beaches, lush rainforests, Ono The (delicious) food is unforgettable. Kind people willing to share Hawaii and its rich culture are what make a trip to the islands so special. But Hawaii is more than just a destination. It is a place where 1.5 million people live. In 2019, her record-breaking 10.4 million visitors visited the island. Experts warn that this is a staggering and unsustainable figure. Hawaii’s delicate environment and communities cannot withstand stress. When Covid-19 halted nearly all visits to the state, critical environments such as…

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Southwest winds brought warm, moist air to New England on Tuesday. The afternoon will see a mix of sunshine and clouds, with highs expected to hit the low 80s to low 90s. Warm and muggy conditions persist throughout the region overnight. The low only falls in his late 60s and early 70s. As the cold front approaches, nighttime showers and thunderstorms may occur, and some storms may bring strong winds and light hail. Another effect associated with these storms is sporadic heavy rainfall and poor drainage due to the presence of moist air masses. A mass-altering cold front will cross…

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After being arrested earlier this year, one of the co-conspirators in the election conspiracy pleaded guilty. State Comptroller Shad White announced that Sudie Jones Teague pleaded guilty to conspiracy, fraud and bribery charges in connection with the ongoing Hines County Election Commission lawsuit. Jones-Teague is guilty of working illegally for his company to be approved as a vendor in Hines County and accepting compensation without actually doing the work. She was arrested in her February 2022, at which point she had a dunning letter filed for $143,459.32. “I appreciate the work of investigators and prosecutors in my office,” said State…

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