PEOPLE’S ‘CLIMATE MARCH’ HELD ON THE 100TH DAY OF TRUMP’S PRESIDENCY

Climate March
Climate justice cannot wait! We're going all the way to the White House. #ClimateMarch pic.twitter.com/9qtzFBgHjl — Peoples Climate (@Peoples_Climate) April 29, 2017 People's Climate March on Washington, DC was held on the 100th day of Trump's presidency, Saturday April 29th, 2017.  Among other reasons, people came out to protest against the current Republican Administration's environmental policies, that many feel reflect a dangerous lack of understanding of the serious potential impact o...
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MARCH FOR SCIENCE-SATURDAY APRIL 22, 2017

Science March
An opportunity to 'Get Involved' in what matters to you. Visit March For Science or  Twitter at Science March DC for details. Why They March: 'The March for Science is the first step of a global movement to defend the vital role science plays in our health, safety, economies, and governments.' An oppty to #NowGetInvolved. April 22 join #EverydayPeople, stand & acknowledge critical role science plays in our lives #YourVoiceYourView https://t.co/sTQyjDg2lQ — ExpressYourselfBlog (@E...
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FRIDAY APRIL 7TH IS WEAR BLUE DAY: SUPPORT GREAT CHILDHOODS

WEAR BLUE DAY-SUPPORT GREAT CHILDHOODS
Friday April 7th is 'Wear Blue Day' in support of Great Childhoods as part of Prevent Child Abuse America and Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina campaign to bring awareness to child abuse in America. Participation is easy, wear blue, and post on social media using #GreatChildhoods or #PassThePinwheel to help spread the word. For more information on how you can help, visit the websites noted above to find out more about how you can get involved in child abuse prevention through other civic dee...
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TUESDAY APRIL 4TH ‘EQUAL PAY DAY’-EQUITY PAY GAP AWARENESS

Equal Pay Day
Tuesday April 4, marks Equal Pay Day for 2017. A Tuesday in the month of April that symbolizes how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year according to The National Committee on Pay Equity, who originated the 'Equal Pay Day' in 1996 as a public awareness event to illustrate the gap between men's and women's wages. In June 1963, John F. Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act of 1963 (EPA), calling it a "significant step forward". The stipulation of the law sta...
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