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    How to talk about disability sensitively and avoid ableist tropes

    Disability can be difficult to talk about sensitively because of how embedded ableism is in our language, biases and perceptions of disability.

    Conversations about disability are slowly increasing, especially when it comes to ableist language and how disabled people are represented in the media.

  • COVID sewage surveillance labs join the hunt for monkeypox

    The same wastewater surveillance techniques that have emerged as a critical tool in early detection of COVID-19 outbreaks are being adapted for use in monitoring the startling spread of monkeypox across the San Francisco Bay Area and some other U.S. communities.
  • Senate delivers a major boost to Biden's agenda

    Congress is on the verge of passing President Biden's signature legislative achievement after Senate Democrats approved a major climate, health care and tax bill on Sunday. "It's been a long tough and winding road but at last, at last, we have arrived," Majority Leader Chuck Schumer...

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  • By Kathiann M. Kowalski, Eye on Ohio This article is provided by Eye on Ohio, the nonprofit, nonpartisan Ohio Center for Journalism, in partnership with the nonprofit Energy News Network. Please join the free mailing lists for Eye on Ohio or theEnergy News Network, as…
     
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  • STRUTHERS, Ohio – Selah Restaurant co-owner Brian Palumbo has purchased a long-vacant neighboring building and plans to renovate it into an event hall and boutique hotel. The two-story building at 126 S. Bridge St., downtown, shares an alley with Selah,…
     

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