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Iglesia de Kansas se arrepiente del trato que le dio…

first_img The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Featured Events Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Miembros de la iglesia de San Pablo y algunos invitados se reúnen junto a la tumba de Mai DeKonza, 56 años después de su muerte, para la bendición y dedicación de una lápida sepulcral en lo que había sido hasta ahora una tumba sin nombre. Foto de Melodie Woerman/Diócesis de Kansas[Diócesis Episcopal de Kansas] En una reciente tarde dominical, la iglesia episcopal de San Pablo [St. Paul’s Episcopal Church] en Clay Center, Kansas, estaba repleta de fieles, entre ellos media docena de invitados de la capilla Ward de la Iglesia Metodista Episcopal Africana de la vecina Junction City.Se habían reunido el 20 de septiembre para un servicio de arrepentimiento, restauración y reconciliación con el fin de reconocer el mal trato de que había sido objeto el único miembro afroamericano que ha tenido esa iglesia en sus 134 años de historia: Mai DeKonza, que murió en 1959.Una y otra vez, la congregación rezaba: “perdónanos nuestros pecados. Perdónanos nuestros pecados. Perdónanos nuestros pecados”.DeKonza, que fue confirmada en 1900 en la pequeña iglesia del centro norte de Kansas, fue poeta, músico, dramaturga y prolífica escritora a quien la mayoría de sus correligionarios ignoró durante sus 59 años como miembro de la congregación. Su separación de ellos fue incluso más completa por el uso de un cáliz específicamente destinado a administrarle la comunión sólo a ella.Durante el oficio de arrepentimiento, feligreses e invitados cantan un himno cuya letra escribiera Mai DeKonza. Foto de Melodie Woerman/Diócesis de Kansas.Ahora, para contribuir a darle una voz en la iglesia, la cual ella no tuvo en vida, el oficio incluyo fragmentos de cartas que ella le había escrito al obispo James Wise, el cuarto obispo de Kansas, quien estuvo al frente de esa diócesis de 1916 a 1939, así como un himno que escribió y al que la organista parroquial, Sandra Carlson, le hizo un arreglo con la tonada Finlandia.Y cuando llegó el momento de la comunión, el único cáliz en el altar fue aquel que una vez habían reservado para DeKonza.En su sermón, la Rda. Lavonne Seifert, presbítera a cargo de la iglesia, dijo que el oficio tenía por finalidad abordar un doble pesar. “Hoy expresamos nuestro pesar por las acciones e inacciones de esos buenos cristianos que adoraban en la era de ‘la iglesia de la discriminación’, como Mai la describiera”, dijo Seifert. “Pero yo siento el mayor pesar por aquellos que nos precedieron y que perdieron la oportunidad de conocer realmente a Mai DeKonza y oír de su sabiduría, beneficiarse de sus conocimientos y disfrutar de su compañía”.El obispo de Kansas, Dean Wolfe, envío un comentario que se incluyó en el boletín del oficio: “Hoy, arrepintámonos de los pecados del prejuicio y del racismo y esforcémonos en ser el pueblo acogedor y amoroso que Dios nos ha llamado a ser. Digamos hoy ‘gracias’ a una mujer que no conocimos, y que sin embargo sigue enseñándonos mucho después de haberse unido a los santos en luz”.Hazel Washington, una afroamericana que se encontraba entre las personas que vinieron de la iglesia de la AME en Junction City, dijo que ella creía que el oficio “aportaba muchísima restauración”. Y añadió, “Siento que Dios está aquí”.DeKonza: músico, poeta, episcopal comprometidaLa actitud de la iglesia hacia DeKonza había sido reconocida en una historia escrita para el centenario de la parroquia en 1981. Ese relato definía el trato que le habían dado como “una mancha en la gloriosa historia de San Pablo” y hacía notar que durante años “ella fue tolerada, pero no aceptada”.Hazel Washington deposita flores en la tumba de Mai DeKonza. Foto de Melodie Woerman/Diócesis de Kansas.Pero la profundidad de esta alienación, y los talentos que DeKonza poseía, se mantuvieron ocultos hasta que Jim Beck y su esposa Ginny se mudaron para Clay Center cuando se jubilaron en 2013. Después que el leyó el relato de 1981, dijo que su preparación en el terreno de la psicología —él tiene un doctorado en este campo— lo llevó a preguntarse: “¿Cómo ocurrió esto?”Con licenciatura en historia y experiencia de investigar, así como un hobby en la esfera de la genealogía, comenzó a indagar. Encontró información en el museo de la localidad y en los archivos del censo, así como en los archivos de la Diócesis de Kansas.Beck supo que DeKonza nació en 1870, hija de un hombre blanco de Inglaterra y de una negra a quien el general de la Unión y senador federal James Lane libró de la esclavitud al traerla al estado libre de Kansas.Su nombre de pila era Elizabeth May Lawton, pero al cumplir 21 años se cambió legalmente el apellido a DeKonza como un reconocimiento a su querido estado natal. Se desconoce cuando comenzó a usar Mai como primer nombre, una adaptación de su segundo nombre.De niña, DeKonza contrajo la fiebre tifoidea que la dejó permanentemente discapacitada y en necesidad de usar muletas para caminar. Aunque ella sólo tenía una instrucción de octavo grado, trabajó como maestra de música, taquígrafa, costurera y empleada doméstica para tareas livianas.También compuso e interpretó música y escribió poesía y obras de teatro, algunas de las cuales se publicaron. Pronunció discursos y dio conferencias sobre la raza, y participó activamente en la política, incluido su apoyo a la Prohibición [de consumo de bebidas alcohólicas].Más tarde en su vida, y luego de ser atropellada por un auto, pasó la mayor parte del tiempo confinada en su casa.San Pablo, en Clay Center, colocó esta lápida en la tumba de Mai DeKonza, la única miembro negra en la historia de esta iglesia, como una señal de arrepentimiento por la falta de aceptación de que ella fue objeto de parte de la congregación durante su vida. Foto de Melodie Woerman/Diócesis de Kansas.Beck no pudo enterarse de lo que atrajo a DeKonza a la Iglesia Episcopal, pero en los archivos diocesanos encontró lo que él llamó un tesoro de 20 cartas de DeKonza al obispo Wise, y copias de algunas cartas de él a ella. En esas cartas “ella describía sus propias experiencias”, dijo Beck. “Eran como un diario”.En ellas compartía la profundidad de su compromiso con la fe y con la Iglesia Episcopal, a pesar del trato que recibía de sus cofeligreses.El 11 de abril de 1934, ella le escribió a Wise que, a pesar de su sentido de alienación de la iglesia, había intentado asistir al oficio de Pascua, haciendo el trayecto de 11 cuadras con sus muletas. Al llegar, descubrió que la iglesia había cambiado la hora del oficio, de las 8 a las 6:00 A.M. y que ella había llegado cuando la gente estaba acabando de desayunar.Al respecto escribió: “Y yo pensaba, mientras los veía disfrutando tan alegremente de la mañana de Pascua, que si la Iglesia les hubiera pedido que hicieran una caja de Pascua para los paganos de África, cuan alegremente habrían contribuido; pero nadie en San Pablo pensó en mí, de la raza africana, que me encontraba allí, para [obsequiarme] un huevo de Pascua, o una tarjeta, o un mensaje de júbilo, ni para sugerirme que me enviaban un bocado de su magnífico desayuno. Sencillamente me ignoraron”.Más tarde, cuando ella oyó decir que todos los episcopales negros podrían ser puestos bajo la jurisdicción del Rvdmo. Edward Demby, obispo sufragáneo para la obra [entre las personas] de color, dijo sencillamente que no acataría eso. Ella se sentía apegada al obispo de Kansas. Él había sido un pastor para ella cuando su clero local no lo había sido.Ella escribió: “Permítame afirmar este hecho, querido obispo, que todos los obispos de la Iglesia Episcopal, de todo el continente americano, respaldados por todos los obispos de la Iglesia de Inglaterra, no tendrían la fuerza suficiente para hacerme cambiar del obispo Wise al obispo Demby. Soy menuda y débil de cuerpo, pero ¿ha visto usted alguna vez mi espíritu?Beck también supo que cuando ella murió en 1959, su funeral tuvo lugar en una funeraria del pueblo; no en San Pablo, y que fue enterrada en una tumba sin nombre en la sección de los menesterosos del cementerio local.Hacer enmienda a través del arrepentimiento y una piedra tumbalA Beck le llevó casi seis meses concluir su investigación y compilarla en lo que se convirtió en un documento histórico de 19 páginas. Cuando los miembros de la congregación lo leyeron, supieron que tenían que hacer algo. Necesitaban hacer algún tipo de reparación respecto a cómo la iglesia —su amada iglesia— había tratado a DeKonza. Y tenían que poner una lápida sobre su tumba.Seifert sugirió que tuvieran un oficio para reconocer públicamente el mal comportamiento que San Pablo había tenido con su único miembro negro.Carolyn Garwood, la guardiana mayor de la iglesia, dijo que resultaba doloroso enterarse de la profundidad de la historia de DeKonza. Miembro de la iglesia de toda la vida, Garwood se dio cuenta de que su abuela habría sido una contemporánea de DeKonza. “Mi abuela era bastante tolerante —al menos yo creía que lo era— y nos enseñaba a respetar a las personas con discapacidades”, dijo Garwood. “Yo aprendí de ella la tolerancia. Esperaría que ella hubiera aceptado a Mai. Me asusta porque conozco a todas estas personas que yo no habría esperado que la ignoraran. Eso me hace sentir mal”.La Rda. Lavonne Seifert, sacerdote a cargo de San Pablo, consagra el vino en el cáliz que previamente se había reservado para el uso exclusivo de Mai DeKonza. En el oficio de arrepentimiento, toda la congregación recibió la comunión de él. Foto de Melodie Woerman/Diócesis de Kansas.Beck se preguntaba qué había sucedido con el cáliz reservado para el uso de DeKonza. Después de alguna indagación, aparecieron dos viejos cálices en el sótano de la iglesia. Él entonces le fue a pedir ayuda al Rdo. Frank Holtz, sacerdote jubilado en San Juan [St. John’s] en la vecina ciudad de Abilene. Holtz había crecido en San Pablo y, de adolescente, había sido el sacristán de la iglesia. Él le dijo a Beck que una vez había preguntado por un cáliz que había visto en el sótano de la iglesia y que le habían dicho, “ése es para la señora de color”. Beck llevó ambos cálices a Abilene y Holtz le señaló al que él recordaba. Seifert dijo que ella sabía que en el oficio que estaba planeando ese cáliz sería el único que se usaría.Los miembros de la iglesia también donaron dinero para hacer una lápida para su tumba, y un comité trabajó con la compañía local de monumentos para diseñarla: incluye el boceto de un cáliz, con un escudo episcopal que forma el cuenco y rodeado por una hiedra que, la compañía que hizo la tarja, les dijo que era un símbolo de fuerza.Seifert recibió autorización de la Diócesis de Virginia Sur para adaptar el oficio de arrepentimiento por la esclavitud que tiene esa diócesis. El oficio en Clay Center se llamó un “Oficio de arrepentimiento, restauración y reconciliación” e incluyó una variedad de himnos y música con el tema de la reconciliación, entre ellos “Lift Every Voice and Sing”, un himno de esperanza y profunda significación para la comunidad afroamericana.Después del oficio, la mayoría de los 75 feligreses que asistieron, se dirigieron en caravana al cementerio local para dedicar la nueva lápida en la tumba de DeKonza y poner flores en torno a su base. “Uno no puede restaurar algo que no se haya revelado”Heidi J. Kim, misionera m de la Sociedad Misionera Nacional y Extranjera para la reconciliación racial, dijo que los empeños de San Pablo muestran que sus miembros entienden lo que significa la reconciliación. “El pueblo de San Pablo ha dicho, ‘esto es una herida, y vamos a tratar de descubrir lo que ocurrió’”.(La Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society (DFMS) es el nombre con el cual la Iglesia Episcopal está incorporada, funciona empresarialmente y lleva a cabo la misión).El mirar con honestidad su propia historia, le dio a San Pablo la oportunidad de experimentar “una mutualidad de arrepentimiento y restauración”, dijo Kim. “Uno no puede restaurar algo que no se haya revelado”.Ella dijo que la profundidad del amor que los actuales miembros tienen por su iglesia provoca su sensación de dolor y de pena de que ese amor no se extendiera a DeKonza.Kim agregó que desde que supo lo que San Pablo había hecho, había compartido la noticia con otros en la Iglesia Episcopal, “y todo el mundo a quien se lo conté se ha conmovido hasta las lágrimas”, afirmó. “Esto es notable, y tengo prisa por compartirlo con toda la Iglesia”.El obispo jubilado Nathan Baxter, de Pensilvania Central, presidente honorario de la junta directiva de la Unión de Episcopales Negros, dijo en un correo electrónico que lo que hizo la gente de San Pablo fue “una increíble historia de gracia”. Él dijo que como obispo había oído hablar de algún feligrés negro en comunidades pequeñas y dispersas, pero pocas personas, incluido él, se habían detenido a preguntar sobre sus historias.Añadió que la labor de San Pablo de descubrir la verdad acerca de su relación con DeKonza muestra “que nunca es demasiado tarde para restaurar nuestras historias conscientes e inconscientes con la verdad, la confesión y los actos sinceros de penitencia colectiva”. Tales esfuerzos, subrayó, “cuando están bendecidos por la sinceridad, pueden convertirse en un testimonio liberador de la gracia cristiana para nosotros y para el mundo en nuestro entorno”.Un comienzo, no un finGarwood, la guardiana mayor de San Pablo, llamó al oficio del 20 de septiembre un comienzo importante, pero no puede ser un fin. “Tenemos que mantener esto en marcha”, afirmó “y alentar a otras parroquias a contar sus historias. Esto no puede pasar a un segundo plano. Tenemos que mantener el impulso”.Beck dijo que su investigación sobre la vida de DeKonza hace pertinente para él y sus cofeligreses encontrar “quiénes son los Mai DeKonzas de 2015 que viven en Clay Center, pero que han sido marginados”. Él se preguntó qué acciones realizadas por algunas personas hoy día causarán una vergüenza semejante a su comunidad dentro de cincuenta años.En su sermón, Seifert dijo que la iglesia ahora tiene la oportunidad y la responsabilidad de entender mejor el racismo sistémico y otros formas de opresión que dejan a las personas con una sensación de desesperanza. “Este es el momento”, afirmó ella “de dedicarnos nuevamente a notar a las Mai DeKonzas que encontramos aquí y ahora, a cuidar de ellas y a caminar con ellas”.Washington, de la iglesia AME de Junction City, dijo que le gustaría ver a congregaciones [compuestas] de diferentes personas reunirse, tal vez alrededor de Acción de Gracias. Y agregó que deben haber más oportunidades de compartir más allá de las diferencias raciales “no para corregir un error, sino porque es lo correcto”.– Melodie Woerman es directora de comunicaciones de la Diócesis Episcopal de Kansas. Traducción de Vicente Echerri. 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June 20, 2021 0

7 Insider Tips for Shopping at Costco

first_img Thanks for the tips. I am an avid Costco fan. 1 COMMENT Please enter your comment! Joyce Brocker UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom Donna’s Deals LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Previous articleApopka experiences its first Congressional TownhallNext articleConsumer appetite increases for electric vehicles Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Reply We know you like shopping at Costco. And while it can be a great way to get items you use a lot of in bulk and at a great price, there are some shopping hacks that you should know when shopping at Costco.1.What does it mean when you see an item with a price ending in .00 or .88?Purchase it now is what it means.  Items ending in .00 or .88 is a manager’s special meaning there’s a limited supply.2.Should you buy the Kirkland’s brand?Kirkland’s is the Costco house brand items which are very similar, if not the same item, as a recognized brand but just with a different label.3.Did you know about the 30-day price guarantee?If the price changes on an item you purchase in 30 days, you can bring in your receipt for a price adjustment.4.Did you know you can give Costco Cash to a non-Costco member?The cash cards can be loaded with amounts ranging from $25-$1,000. The recipient of the card can shop online or in the store with the card and even use the cash towards a membership.5.Have you heard the term “Action Alley”?As you enter the store, the middle section is called “Action Alley” where retailers will pay Costco to sell their items in the store. You can find great deals on featured items.6.”Fill it Up” always leaves more cash in your wallet.If you are not purchasing your gas at Costco, you should be. Often gas is at least ten cents per gallon cheaper.7.Where can you buy lunch for $2?Bring the kids for an inexpensive lunch where you can score a slice of pizza for $1.99 or get the hot dog and drink combo for $1.50. If you are in a bind for dinner, the rotisserie chicken is just $4.99, not bad for a main course family meal.The nearest Costco to Apopka is at 741 Orange Avenue in Altamonte Springs. April 18, 2017 at 7:59 am Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more


June 19, 2021 0

Warning – Deadly “Super Pill” Found in Central Florida

first_img Warning: From the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE)Agents with FDLE Orlando are warning residents about a drug known as “super pill” which is now being found in Central Florida and contains deadly levels of fentanyl.FDLE’s Orlando crime laboratory recently started seeing counterfeit drugs, not legally prescribed, containing dangerous amounts of fentanyl or fentanyl mixed with other drugs like Percocet, Xanax or Oxycodone. Although the drugs look identical to regular prescription pain killers, they contain fentanyl.“It is important for consumers who need prescription pain killers to get them from licensed pharmacies,” said FDLE Orlando Special Agent in Charge Danny Banks. “Consumers have no idea what they are buying when they purchase prescription drugs on the street and just one pill can be deadly.”For pill drop off locations near you please contact your local law enforcement agency. You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter The Anatomy of Fear LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here TAGSFDLEFentanylSuper Pill Previous articleStill green and still great: Tree City USA program marks 40 years of greening U.S. streetsNext articleChief Manley Honored at Boy Scout Golden Eagle Luncheon Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate last_img read more


June 19, 2021 0

Snailtower / Künnapu & Padrik Architects

first_img “COPY” Estonia Year:  Snailtower / Künnapu & Padrik ArchitectsSave this projectSaveSnailtower / Künnapu & Padrik Architects Apartments Year:  Save this picture!© Reio Avaste+ 15 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/373745/snailtower-kunnapu-and-padrik-architects Clipboard ArchDaily photographs:  Reio AvastePhotographs:  Reio AvasteSave this picture!© Reio AvasteRecommended ProductsWoodStructureCraftEngineering – Architectural & FreeformWoodAccoyaAccoya® CanalsWoodLunawoodThermo Timber and Industrial ThermowoodWoodBlumer LehmannFree Form Structures for Wood ProjectsText description provided by the architects. The building consists of a 23-storey vertical block with flats and some offices, and of a horizontal parking house on four levels. On the north-east side, the building is bordered by a road and by the River Emajõgi, and on the south-west, by the Science Centre Ahhaa. The ground plan of the tower is a spiral. Thus a symbolic building emerged, where the spiral is expressed in the sculptural form of the upper part of the tower. This spiral sculpture contains the idea of the entire project. Save this picture!© Reio AvasteThe powerful tower gave the town of Tartu a new dominant feature. This dominance should certainly radiate good energy and constitute a suitable crown for the intellectual university town. From times immemorial, the spiral has been a dynamic symbol of both micro- and macro-cosmic life force. Spiral forms occur in nature from galaxies in the sky to tornadoes and maelstroms, from coiled-up snakes or conical seashells to man’s fingertips. Save this picture!© Reio AvasteThe spiral motif dating from the Neolithic period has been found in many European dolmens and stone engravings. Inhabitants of the Irish area used the spiral as a symbol of the sun. Spiral is linked with the idea of death and rebirth, by entering the mystical heavenly chamber, passing through its heart and re-emerging the same way. Sacred dances imitate this movement, and many European folk dance steps therefore use spiral movement. The spiral has always been a symbol of the development of life. It indicates that life develops from a point and revolves around it, constantly increasing. Save this picture!© Reio AvasteThis powerful spiral image at the top of the building is supported by an oblong horizontal of the parking house and the cupolas, by the globe, and by the cylindrical and cubical protrusions of the Science Centre. The composition as a whole should leave an impression of something that human beings might have at some point experienced – in childhood, travelling in distant lands, in a dream or in an earlier experience. The architectonics of the complex should reflect optimism and a positive mood. The flats are arranged around the central core, their radial walls expanding the view. Most flats have two or three rooms, some upper-floor flats have four rooms with terraces. All flats have splendid views of Tartu. The windows are organised in a singular, somewhat jazz-like key. The upper spiral balcony has viewing apertures, the whole room here is tense and dynamic. Save this picture!Floor PlanProject gallerySee allShow lessKickstarter Campaign Aims to Transform Denver Parking Lot into Outdoor ClassroomArchitecture NewsThe City of Fort Lauderdale Votes in Favor of BIG’s Marina LoftsArticlesProject locationAddress:Tartu, EstoniaLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Architects: Künnapu & Padrik Architects Year Completion year of this architecture project center_img Photographs 2008 Projects Snailtower / Künnapu & Padrik Architects CopyApartments, Office Buildings•Tartu, Estonia “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/373745/snailtower-kunnapu-and-padrik-architects Clipboard 2008 CopyAbout this officeKünnapu & Padrik ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsOfficesOffice buildingsTartuHousingMixed UseOffice BuildingsEstoniaPublished on May 17, 2013Cite: “Snailtower / Künnapu & Padrik Architects” 17 May 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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June 17, 2021 0

Step House / Bureau de Change Architects

first_imgCopyHouses, Extension•London, United Kingdom Photographs:  Ben Blossom Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Year:  “COPY” United Kingdom 2018 Architects: Bureau de Change Architects Area Area of this architecture project Step House / Bureau de Change ArchitectsSave this projectSaveStep House / Bureau de Change Architects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/894524/step-house-bureau-de-change-architects Clipboard Projects Save this picture!© Ben Blossom+ 18Curated by Fernanda Castro Share Manufacturers: CompassGlass, Flooredgenius, TheConcreteFlooring, TuttoParquet ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/894524/step-house-bureau-de-change-architects Clipboard Step House / Bureau de Change Architects Houses Area:  260 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs Contractor: ArchDaily Engineer:NOUSExtension:40 sqmCity:LondonCountry:United KingdomMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Ben BlossomRecommended ProductsDoorsVEKADoors – VEKAMOTION 82DoorsSaliceSliding Door System – Slider S20WoodLunawoodThermowood FacadesDoorsC.R. LaurenceCRL-U.S. Aluminum Entice Series Entrance SystemText description provided by the architects. Instead of the more expected glass structure, this innovative addition reimagines the conventional terraced-house extension, celebrating and elevating the humble brick. The brick’s inherent potential as a stackable module is maximized to create a more sculptural expression of the material.Save this picture!© Ben BlossomSave this picture!Ground Floor PlanSave this picture!© Ben BlossomUsing bricks reclaimed from the fabric of the house, the extension exploits the rights of a light diagram to create a staggered, extruded form that appears to melt away from the existing structure. This rhythmic stepping generated by the brick is echoed throughout the interior and is integrated into both the plan and section. Viewed from the terrace above, the form creates a striking silhouette – a feature rare in more straightforward additions.Save this picture!© Ben BlossomInside, the domestic setting is dramatized by a considered sequencing of spaces – transforming the expansive ground floor into a journey through carefully designed ambiances. The standard layout has been flipped, with the kitchen taking its new place at the front of the house – an often underused, forgotten space. Here, the original features of the house are retained, emphasized by dark colors and material tones. Moving onward, the spaces unfold in a sequence from dark to light – intensifying the bright, voluminous feel of the addition.Save this picture!© Ben BlossomSave this picture!© Ben BlossomIn the center, the dining room is marked by a change in floor treatment: narrow timber planks with aligned seams transition between the smooth concrete of the kitchen and the roughly-grained concrete of the extension. A light-well ensures the full depth of the plan is bright and provides a moment of pause within the interior. Here, where the faceted glass meets stepped brick, the geometry of the concept is accentuated.Save this picture!Section AWorking closely with the structural engineers, an entirely column-free space has been created in the extension, using laser-cut, double-direction stepped beams to support the first floor. The structure of the addition is integrated into the design from the start – working hand-in-hand to create the appearance of a first floor that is sunken into the extension. The brick left exposed inside and out, is celebrated in a way that respects the existing house while clearly departing from the traditional language of the historic architecture.Save this picture!© Ben BlossomProject gallerySee allShow lessFootbridge over the Mongent River / Alfa PolarisSelected ProjectsChongqing Awe-inspiring Bar / B.L.U.E. Architecture Design StudioSelected Projects Share CopyAbout this officeBureau de Change ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsConcreteBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentExtensionLondonEnglandUnited KingdomPublished on May 16, 2018Cite: “Step House / Bureau de Change Architects” 16 May 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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June 17, 2021 0

#DONATE offers donations to charities via Twitter

first_img Tagged with: Digital Finance The Good Agency Twitter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis12  108 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis12 Howard Lake | 16 April 2015 | News How does the registration process work for donors?Donors do not need to register. If a donor sees a tweet they want to respond to or retweet in order to donate money to a campaign, the only necessary step will be to link their Twitter profile with their PayPal profile. Having done this once, they can give seamlessly to other campaigns via Twitter again and again.How much?There is a fee of 5% on each donation which is received by #PAY to handle the transaction.Social donations via other networks?The organisations are also working on developing the technology for other social media platforms, including Facebook.Nicole Parkinson, Head of Social and Content at GOOD Agency said:“It has been our mission to find a way for charities to make the most of their online communities. #DONATE finally unites social and charitable behaviours into a seamless experience to create a new leap forward for fundraising in the UK”.James Meers Chief Executive, #PAY added that the tool was developed after “events like the ALS Ice Bucket challenge and #NoMakeUpSelfie made the disconnect between social media and the actual act of giving all too clear”.center_img #DONATE offers donations to charities via Twitter New social payment platform #DONATE enables Twitter users to make an instant and secure donation to charity through Twitter. The UK’s 15 million Twitter users can now donate simply by sending a tweet.Donations can be made using registered hashtags in two separate and simple actions. All transactions happen within PayPal and not Twitter.#DONATE has been set up by GOOD Agency and social wallet technology provider #PAY.How to receive donations via #DONATEAll UK charities can take advantage of the service by registering with #DONATE and GOOD Agency. Web registrations open shortly, but meanwhile interested charities can Charities will be able to sign up on the GOOD Agency website this week. In the meantime, charities can get involved by contacting GOOD Agency directly on [email protected] trials of the system were undertaken by The Rainforest Foundation.Charities who sign up to use #DONATE can set up campaigns by creating registered hashtags. So for example, if an animal charity wanted to create a campaign to build new kennels, they could create a hashtag along the lines of #newkennelappeal. This hashtag would be registered with #DONATE so that when a Twitter user tweeted that hashtag, at the animal charity in question, they donate money to the appeal.How does it work?A charity tweets to their followers:@Charity1 #UniqueHashtag2 to donate £103Where 1 is your Twitter handle, 2 your campaign’s unique hashtag and 3 your pre-determined donation amount.When their followers tweet or retweet that message using the charity’s Twitter handle and the registered hashtag, they will receive an automated retweet to confirm request:@Follower1 please retweet this message to confirm your donationWhere 1 is your followers’ Twitter handle.When their followers have retweeted your message the donation is complete and they will get an automated mention(which you can determine):@Follower, Thank you for your donation! Advertisement About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.last_img read more


June 16, 2021 0

Rrokum TV station still excluded by national broadcasting network

first_img June 4, 2009 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Rrokum TV station still excluded by national broadcasting network Organisation Help by sharing this information News RSF_en Kosovar investigative journalist assaulted in Pristina KosovoEurope – Central Asia Nearly half of UN member countries have obstructed coronavirus coverage Reporters Without Borders condemns privately-owned Rrokum TV’s continuing suspension by the Kosovar broadcasting network and internet provider IPKO. Although it has a contract guaranteeing its transmission for five years, Rrokum TV was dropped from IPKO’s network of 80 local, regional and international TV stations without warning on 1 April. IPKO has at first blamed technical problems and the need to do maintenance work.“We urge IPKO to resume broadcasting of Rrokum TV without delay,” Reporters Without Borders said. “If there are still technical problems, they should be clearly identified and reported to Rrokum TV. If there are no technical problems, then the only reason for not reinstating Rrokum TV must be external political pressure.”Launched in January 2008, Rrokum TV is owned by Migjen Kelmendi, one of Pristina’s best known journalists and winner of the Reporters Without Borders Austria prize in 2007. Kelmendi says the Kosovar government does not like Rrokum TV and may have pressured IPKO to drop it. Some of IPKO’s shareholders are government supporters and it funds a newspaper, Daily Express, which supports the government.Kelmendi told Reporters Without Borders: “They broke the contract two months ago without any warning although it clearly specifies that six months’ notice is needed. There has been no complaint from their side, and no reason to claim that we have neglected our commercial obligations.”He added: “I assume this decision was a consequence of our recent coverage of the government’s cosy relationship with the national television station RTK and the government’s support for the new station, TV Klan Kosova.”Rrokum TV has become very popular in Kosovo by covering financial and political scandals affecting the government. It also gives airtime to members of the opposition and small groups that are not affiliated to the main political parties and have limited access to the state-owned RTK. It can still be viewed via the Internet Service Provider Kujtesa, but its survival is threatened by the financial losses stemming from its exclusion by IPKO. to go further Follow the news on Kosovocenter_img June 14, 2018 Find out more KosovoEurope – Central Asia News News Receive email alerts News Concern about investigative reporter’s disappearance in Serbia June 29, 2020 Find out more August 18, 2017 Find out morelast_img read more


June 12, 2021 0

Eleven workplace deaths in Limerick

first_imgPredictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Facebook Twitter Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash TAGSlimerickwokplace deaths Previous articleMilitary and Pipe Bands lead in for ‘A Nation’s Song 1916-2016’Next articleLimerick Slang: the banter rich Illustrated Guide Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news. WhatsApp Advertisement Linkedin Emailcenter_img THREE Limerick workers who died in their workplaces last year, and many more injured at work have been remembered at a special ceremony last week.The Congress of Trade Unions, Construction Industry Federation, Ibec and the Health and Safety Authority marked the second Workers’ Memorial Day, a commemorative event to remember people killed, injured and bereaved through workplace accidents.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The three Limerick fatalities were among 56 people who died in workplaces accidents nationwide last year. 11 people have died in the workplace in Limerick since 2010. In the ten year period between 2006 and 2015, 526 people were killed in work-related accidents in Ireland and many thousands more badly injured.56 deaths, or slightly more than one person a week, were recorded in work-related accidents in Ireland in 2015. [email protected] Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR NewsEleven workplace deaths in LimerickBy Bernie English – May 8, 2016 752 Print WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” last_img read more


June 4, 2021 0

Hi-Way Bar Limerick operators win court battle to stay trading

first_img TAGSfetauredHi-Way Bar and Restaurantlimerick Facebook Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live NewsHi-Way Bar Limerick operators win court battle to stay tradingBy Staff Reporter – January 12, 2017 3419 Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Hi Way bar and restaurant in Limerick THE operators of Limerick’s Hi-Way Bar and Restaurant have been allowed continue trading after a judge refused an application by bank receivers KPMG to have the property vacated for sale because of a €78,000 debt.Details of the case were heard before Limerick Civil Circuit Court where Pat Barriscale BL, counsel for for the bar operators, Turn Key Outlet Ltd, objected to KPMG’s application to send the case to the High Court finalisation.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Counsel for KPMG Emer Meeneghan BL said they were owed €78,000 and wanted possession of the property to sell it.In 2006, the 6,815sq property was sold for €3 million and in 2010, Turn Key took over the running of the premises after the previous owners fell into financial difficulty.  Receivers were appointed by the bank and KPMG took ownership of the building, while Turn Key renewed the liquor licence.The Turn Key directors agreed to pay €4,666 a month in rent but this was later reduced to €2,500 to help the business recover. The rent was paid every month and the business was trading continuously.In 2013, the property was put up for sale for €875,000 by DTZ Sherry Fitzgerald.At last Tuesday’s sitting of the Circuit Court,Turn Key objected to the case being sent to the High Court by County Registrar Pat Wallace last year.Proceedings were issued by the receiver in 2015 but there was an error in the draft papers regarding the rateable valuation of the property.Ms Meeneghan admitted that this was an oversight and accepted the court did not have the jurisdiction to deal with the case.Judge Keys said that the bar/restaurant operators had to succeed in the case and that lawyers for the receiver should have issued the proceedings in the correct court.The matter was struck out allowing Turn Key Outlet to continue trading.As members of the Anti Eviction task force who were in the public gallery applauded the ruling, Judge Keys said “there is no need for that”.Addressing counsel for KPMG, Judge Keys said “if you want to come in to this court you have to understand the jurisdiction limits and therefore I am refusing to transfer this case to the High Court and striking the proceedings out.The Hi-Way was opened in 1970 by the Campbell family who developed the site over a number of years. It became popular destination for politicians from Kerry and Cork en route from Leinster House, as it remained open until after 3am. Linkedin Hi Way bar and restaurant Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Previous articleLimerick musician Niamh Dunne on Ed Sheeran’s new albumNext articleMunster chase last eight spot in Glasgow Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Twitter Advertisement Email Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WhatsApp WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Printlast_img read more


June 4, 2021 0

Advise Judges To Shun Misogyny & To Ensure That Judgments Do Not Reflect Stereotypical Notions About Women : Adv Aparna Bhat Urges CJI, SC Judges

first_imgTop StoriesAdvise Judges To Shun Misogyny & To Ensure That Judgments Do Not Reflect Stereotypical Notions About Women : Adv Aparna Bhat Urges CJI, SC Judges Radhika Roy26 Jun 2020 6:08 AMShare This – xAn open letter has been penned to Chief Justice of India S A Bobde and women judges of the top court Justices R. Bhanumati, Indu Malhotra and Indira Banerjee, calling for the censuring the comments made by Justice Krishna S. Dixit of the Karnataka High Court in an order regarding the “unbecoming” conduct of an alleged rape survivor who had slept after being “ravished” by the accused. The…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginAn open letter has been penned to Chief Justice of India S A Bobde and women judges of the top court Justices R. Bhanumati, Indu Malhotra and Indira Banerjee, calling for the censuring the comments made by Justice Krishna S. Dixit of the Karnataka High Court in an order regarding the “unbecoming” conduct of an alleged rape survivor who had slept after being “ravished” by the accused. The comment rendered by Justice Dixit in the plea seeking for anticipatory bail had stated that “the explanation offered by the complainant that after the perpetration of the act, she was tired and fell asleep, is unbecoming of an Indian woman; that is not the way our women react when they are ravished.”The letter, written by Advocate Aparna Bhat, informs the Hon’ble Judges that her office was appointed by the Delhi Government to operate “Rape Crisis – a 24-hour multidisciplinary support service, including helpline for rape victims” between 2005 and 2011. As a result of working with victims/survivors of sexual assault, she has borne witness to various challenges posed by the police, doctors, executives, prosecutors, as well as judges. “I have seen that adult women who press charges against men with whom they have been in a relationship in the past, rarely get empathy from the system. However, over the years, one is repeatedly engaged with many judges in the trial court who display enormous sensitivity in conduct of the cases and ensure that the character slaying in the guise of cross-examination does not take place.”On that note, Bhat states that she is being compelled to write this letter under “extreme duress and shock at the manner in which a High Court judge has trivialized the heinous crime while granting anticipatory bail of the accused in a case of rape.”Bhat further refers to the case of Tukaram & Anr. V. State of Maharashtra (Mathura rape case) wherein it was noted that “Because she [the rape survivor] was used to sex, she might have incited the cops (they were drunk on duty) to have intercourse with her”, and asserts that the judicial institution has made huge strides in erasing the ghosts of the Mathura case. She also invokes the case of Mohd. Iqbal v. State of Jharkhand wherein it had been observed that rape could not be treated only as a sexual crime, but had to be viewed as a crime involving aggression which leads to the domination of the prosecutrix; it is blatant violation of a woman’s bodily integrity and affected her physical, mental, psychological and social well-being.In Justice Dixit’s order, the learned judge had observed that the rape survivor had willingly accompanied the accused and had also not objected to consuming alcohol with him. It was additionally noted that the explanation offered by the rape survivor was not adequate; it was in fact “unbecoming of an Indian woman” to be tired and fall asleep after being “ravished”. Bhat, in her letter, takes objection the language employed in the order. “Is there a protocol for rape victims to follow post the incident which is written in the law that I am not aware? Are ‘Indian women’ an exclusive class who have unmatched standards post being violated? Who are ‘our women’?”While adding a disclaimer that she is not commenting on the merits of the case or the order of the learned single judge, Bhat avers that she is writing the instant letter in her capacity as a woman. “I am writing this letter in my capacity as a woman, a lawyer who has provided legal aid to thousands of women and children who have been subjected to rape and other forms of sexual assault and as a stake holder in the justice delivery system. In my opinion, these observations reflect misogyny at its worst and since it is from a judge of a Constitutional court, not condemning it will amount to condoning.”Appalled at the “Neanderthal” opinions about women rendered by superior courts which are supposed to exercise supervisory jurisdiction over mofussil courts where disparaging comments are casually made about the victims/survivors, Bhat underlines the insufficiency and inefficiency of reportage and research revolving around the lack of redressal sought from the criminal justice system by women and their families. In light of the above, “with the volume of sexual assault cases one is confronted with against the dismal conviction rates, comments such as the one mentioned above, will deter more women and their families from reporting these cases.”In conclusion, Bhat asserts that, though the case in question will meet its own fate depending upon the nature of evidence presented, there is a need to ensure that the observations made therein are censured for posterity. “I am humbly requesting your Lordship and Ladyships to intervene and issue an advisory to all the High Courts and the subordinate courts in the Country to refrain from commenting on the conduct of the victims, exercise restraint to ensure that their judgements do not reflect stereotypical notions that one may nurse about women, shun misogyny and strive towards enhancing the dignity of women while preserving the sanctity of the judiciary.”‘Order Reflects Deeply Patriarchal Mindset’ : Activists Urge Karnataka HC Judge To Expunge ‘Toxic & Misogynistic’ Remarks In Rape Case On 22nd June, a Single Judge Bench of Justice Krishna S. Dixit of the Karnataka High Court had heard a petition under Section 438 of the CrPC, seeking anticipatory bail. The accused had been employed by the prosecutrix for the past two years and it had been alleged that he had developed sexual relations with her on the false pretext of marriage. During the course of hearing, the Court had expressed its reservations about the genuineness of the prosecutrix’s case and allowed the pre-arrest bail application of the accused.A group of women rights activists, academicians, writers and journalists have written to Justice Krishna Dixit urging him to expunge the ‘toxic and misogynistic’ remarks from the order.Click here to read the full letter Next Storylast_img read more


May 26, 2021 0