HRW chief resigns after nearly 3 decades | dad

New York (AFP) – The longtime leader of Human Rights Watch announced Tuesday that he will step down as executive director this summer after nearly three decades at the helm of one of the world’s leading advocacy organizations. Kenneth Roth ran the New York-based group where it shared the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize for its … Read more

Millennium Money: Start an Online Clothing Resale Party | dad

With the recent emergence of resale apps like Depop and Poshmark, the idea of ​​selling vintage clothes online is becoming more and more fashionable. Many people have turned reselling clothing into a profitable side business or even a full-time job, gaining thousands of followers and making dozens of sales per week. The second-hand clothing market … Read more

Adrian Matejka will be Poetry’s first black editor | dad

NEW YORK (Associated Press) — Poetry magazine, one of the nation’s oldest and most prominent literary publications, will have a black editor for the first time. Adrian Mateca, teacher, former Indiana State Laureate and award-winning poet, began his new job on May 16. Matejka, 50, said in a statement: “I could not be more humbled … Read more

Plant This, Not This: Original Alternatives to Invasive Plants | dad

When my family moved into a new house in the spring of 2005, the only plants growing in the garden were the rhododendrons at the front door and a few daffodils and ferns scattered about. I was thrilled to see an amazing perennial window a month later. Being little more than a little gardener, I … Read more

Would a non-interference in the perfect mask for Twitter be a broad appeal? | dad

Getting $44 billion to buy Twitter was the easy part for Elon Musk. Next comes the real challenge to the world’s richest person: fulfilling his promise to make Twitter “better than ever” as a lightly regulated haven for free speech. × This page requires JavaScript. JavaScript is required to be able to read premium content. … Read more