“Shelter” in the news
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· What I mean when I say I want to abolish the police →
There are community initiatives to protect domestic violence victims that are safer and more trustworthy, like shelters, hotlines, and individuals within the community.
· It wouldn’t be 2020 without an above-average hurricane season →
“Social distancing and other CDC guidance to keep you safe from COVID-19 may impact the disaster preparedness plan you had in place, including what is in your go-kit, evacuation routes, shelters and more,” Carlos Castillo, acting deputy administrator for resilience at FEMA said in a statement when NOAA made its forecast for the season on May 24th.
· Domestic abuse services bracing for ‘tsunami’ of victims coming forward as lockdown eases →
Ms Horley, whose organisation is the UK’s largest provider of shelters for domestic abuse victims, added: “As the lockdown begins to ease, the window in which women who have been isolating with abusive partners can ask for help may widen.
The Wall Street Journal
· The People Are Ahead of Leaders on Covid-19 →
We were told to shelter in place, but leaders go get haircuts and boat rides in opposition to their own orders.
· Storm Amanda leaves at least 18 dead in Central America →
Some 7,225 people were evacuated from high-risk areas, soldiers and civil protection workers transferring them to 154 shelters set up throughout the country.
· Christo's Wrapped Coast: how the monumental Australian work was made – and changed art history →
A picturesque coastal indentation north of Botany Bay, Little Bay offered sheltered waters for bathers (it was popular with the nurses of the nearby Prince Henry Hospital) and had been briefly significant as a quarantine station during the smallpox, bubonic plague and Spanish flu epidemics.
· Thousands face homelessness in Greek refugee relocation push →
The continued presence of more than 32,000 asylum seekers on the islands -- over five times the intended capacity of shelters there -- has caused major friction with local communities who demand their immediate removal.
The China Post
· Tropical storm kills 15, damages homes in El Salvador →
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) — Rains from Tropical Storm Amanda left at least 15 dead and seven missing while causing extensive damage across El Salvador that pushed thousands of people into shelters amid the coronavirus pandemic.
· Bob Dylan: where to start in his back catalogue →
Souls were soothed by the return to earlier songwriting strategies in the graceful melodies, the finely wrought lyrics and the unadorned arrangements of Simple Twist of Fate, Shelter from the Storm and If You See Her, Say Hello, while Tangled Up in Blue showed him using all his powers to hold a narrative up to the light and examine its many facets.
· Rio Tinto apologizes after blasting 46,000-year-old sacred site →
The Puutu Kunti Kurrama and Pinikura People group of traditional owners say the denotation of explosives not far from the ancient rock shelters destroyed it and thus their connection to their ancestors and land.