“We know that reducing food insecurity can positively impact mental, physical, and emotional health,” said Felicia Norwood, EVP and President, Government Business Division, Anthem. “This is why we’ve galvanized our organization to tackle the complex issue of food insecurity from multiple directions at once – in our communities, through our benefits, in partnership with our care providers, and with the support of our associates. We see the impact that consistent access to food has on health, and it’s clear that we must all work together to ensure no family has to worry about putting food on the table.” … [Read more...] about Fighting Food Insecurity to Build a Brighter, Healthier Future
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The MCC hosts limited-attendance, in-person youth nights with a lesson and games for youngsters; has Lego League for children ages 6-19; hosts Girl Scouts meetings and Arabic lessons, and partnered with the U.S. Census to get people counted and to help them register to vote. … [Read more...] about Multicultural center in Webster expands events, services to community
September 21The Princess Bride; Love & Basketball September 22Dazed and Confused; Love Jones September 23The High Note; The King of Staten Island [Indie Night] September 24Wreck It Ralph; Queen and Slim September 25Guardians of The Galaxy; Batman Returns [National Comic Book Day] September 26Jurassic Park; 50 First Dates September 27Tangled; The Fifth Element [Community Screenings] September 28 The Princess Diaries; Cruel Intentions September 29B*A*P*S; Poetic Justice September 30The Sandlot; Hitch October 1Pretty Woman; Baby Driver October 2Hotel Transylvania; Lost Boys [Eerie Halloween Hits Kick-Off to October 4] October 3Hocus Pocus; Relic October 4Ghostbusters; Death Becomes Her [Community Screenings] [email protected] … [Read more...] about Rooftop Cinema’s Drive-In at Sawyer Yards showcases new fall movie lineup for Houston indie fans
But a half-year into an ongoing human tragedy and economic calamity that has drained the cultural lifeblood of the city, neither Schumacher - who is also chairman of the Broadway League trade group - nor anyone else knows for sure when the nation's premier performing arts district will start up again. The earliest estimates for some of New York's concert halls and theaters to resume are spring 2021; a few new productions, such as "The Music Man" with Hugh Jackman and "Plaza Suite" with Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker, have announced early spring beginnings on Broadway. Even so, those involved in the planning say privately that it could be autumn 2021 before venues reopen. … [Read more...] about New York City can’t rebound without Broadway. And Broadway’s road back is uncertain.
If they were to complain to the state, it’s likely they would get little response. Agencies are underfunded and such complaints are common. On the other hand, if the employer finds out they complained, they might get fired and lose their license. A few dings and they’re out. Any of the choices CNAs are forced to make every day could result in a charge of neglect and strip their ability to work. But the emotional cost for caregivers is brutal. In addition to living in constant anxiety, they live in a state of constant loss. Many keep pictures of their residents on their phones. They use precious vacation time to attend funerals and grieve. … [Read more...] about Nursing Home Workers Were Underpaid, Overworked, and Denied PPE. And Then COVID Hit.