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It's crucial to value and learn from the work of older activists, especially as the resistance builds and strengthens during the Trump era. A moving new short film called Together We Rise celebrates the importance of intergenerational activism, and recognizes the trailblazers of decades past. In less than two minutes, the largely silent film illustrates how connections between older and younger activists are necessary in order to sustain a movement. SEE ALSO: 6 ways to push your online activism into the real world in the Trump era Directed by visual artist and producer Francesca Beltran , Together We Rise was first screened on Jan. 21 at the Women's March on Washington, which commissioned the film. The video, however, was only just released online by the march's organizers. Read more... More about Social Justice , Social Good , Womens Rights , Womens March On Washington , and Women
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In India, the trucking business has long been a man's world but one woman is changing that. DW meets a woman getting her hands dirty and breaking down gender barriers. More News: http://www.dw.com/en/program/dw-news/s-3232-9798
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It's finally here: a way for runners to leave their iPhone behind and still be able to upload their run to Strava at the finish. Strava, one of the most popular running platforms around, has ironically been dragging its feet over launching a native app for the Apple Watch 2 that can use the device's inbuilt GPS but I've been exclusively tipped by Strava that it's finally on the App Store. It brings us another step closer to Apple creating the world's best running watch in the future something I posited two years ago with the launch of the original Watch from the Cupertino brand . There's not a lot to say about the appearance of the new Strava app for the Apple Watch, as it'll basically just do the same job that it does now (tracking time, pace, distance, speed and heart rate) but without the need for a phone welded to your arm the entire time.
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I believe we are at the beginning of yet another such revolution. I call that the Cognitive Era." "I think that we as human beings are now getting overwhelmed with respect to our cognitive capabilities," commented Dr. Banavar. "Just trying to understand all of the data around us, all of the knowledge around us and trying make the right decisions about our daily lives, about our jobs, is getting really hard. We need to augment our cognition with the cognition of machines." Dr. Banavar gave the example that we all know that doctors can often be years behind the latest research and data. "What if your doctor had the benefit of a machine that could help do this kind of analysis before they make their final decision?" View Dr. Banavar's lecuture in its entirety starting at the 18:10 mark: The post The Cognitive Era is the Next Societal Revolution That Will Change the World appeared first on WebProNews .
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The clock is ticking to save Central Africa's forest elephants. Populations of the elusive elephants have plunged by around 80 percent inside one of the region's most important nature preserves. Within Gabon's Minkébé National Park, poachers likely killed about 25,000 forest elephants for their ivory tusks between 2004 and 2014, according to a Duke University-led study in the journal Current Biology. SEE ALSO: The world's fastest land animal is even more threatened than we thought That's a significant number of animals, considering that Gabon holds about half of the estimated 100,000 forest elephants across all of Central Africa. Read more... More about Endangered Species , Cameroon , Gabon , Ivory Trafficking , and Ivory Trade
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According to this latest report from 2012-16, there has been the highest arms transfer volume over a 5-year stretch since the end of the Cold War. Here's a passage from the SPIRI armament findings that have dovetailed the ongoing Western-backed regime change campaign in Syria as well as Yemen: Saudi Arabia was the world’s second largest arms importer in 2012-16, with an increase of 212 per cent compared with 200711. Arms imports by Qatar went up by 245 per cent. Although at lower rates, the majority of other states in the region also increased arms imports. ‘Over the past five years, most states in the Middle East have turned primarily to the USA and Europe in their accelerated pursuit of advanced military capabilities’, said Pieter Wezeman, Senior Researcher with the SIPRI Arms and Military Expenditure Programme. ‘Despite low oil prices, countries in the region continued to order more weapons in 2016, perceiving them as crucial tools for dealing with conflicts and regional tensions.
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World class tennis is coming to South Africa when the ITF Young Seniors World Championships takes place in Cape Town in March and April this year. 300 players from 25 countries will be playing in the team and individual events. Players from the ages of 35 to the Super Seniors -- 65 to 85 years of age -- will be competing. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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