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Army denies easement for DAPL

The Army announced today that it would not be approving the easement to allow the Dakota Access Pipeline to continue construction on its current path. They had suspended the easement on November 14 in response to protests from the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, whose water supply was potentially threatened by the pipeline’s proposed passage under Lake Oahe. The pipeline was also running over sacred land and burial sites. The protests have been growing rapidly since April, most recently with a […]

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Muslim Rohingya facing ethnic cleansing in Myanmar

Violence against the Rohingya people continues in Rakhine State in Myanmar. Armed forces are “killing men, slaughtering children, raping women, burning and looting houses, forcing these people to cross the river,” according to John McKissick of the UN refugee agency in neighboring Bangladesh. Rohingyas fleeing the attacks have sought refuge across the river in Bangladesh in rickety boats. Aljazeera reports that thousands of Rohingyas have attempted to cross the border in the past week, with many being turned back by […]

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A parish turns a former bar into a community center

In South Buffalo , a local Episcopal parish turned a building that used to be a bar into the St. Simon’s Genesis Center which will house a full kitchen, a food pantry, a clothes closet, support groups, and a medical clinic for the benefit of the neighborhood.

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