Press release content from PR Newswire. The AP news staff was not involved in its creation.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — While most of the world would consider an empty plastic bottle destined for recycling, those with a keen eye for design see opportunity. In Nakivale, one of the oldest refugee settlements in Africa, the use of everyday objects – plastic bottles, sand, old tarps – have been applied to build functional structures, including a recording studio and pop-up retail shop. These buildings have become staples throughout the settlement, further establishing the sentiment that this
It may be just October, but Paolo Ballesteros is already bringing the Christmas spirit to life.
The “Die Beautiful” star has decorated his home with a giant red bow along with Christmas garlands decking the balconies, as seen in his Instagram posts yesterday, Oct. 3.
At night, the fairy lights brighten the unmissable bow and garlands.
“Pasko na sa Antipolo (It’s Christmas in Antipolo)!” Ballesteros declared.
Ballesteros, who is accustomed to dressing up in eye-catching drag outfits, is not one to let his star be dimmed — and apparently, his own home must stand out too.
The Interior Department, one of the government’s whitest agencies, is postponing a series of training events on race and diversity in light of recent directives from the White House.
In an email to agency leaders obtained by E&E News, Interior’s chief diversity officer said the “Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Conversations” will be put on hold until further guidance from the White House.
The email is in response to a Sept. 4 memo from the Office of Management and Budget that banned agency spending on any training event that discusses “white privilege,” characterizing it as “divisive, anti-American propaganda.”