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New York Could Become First State To Be Completely Done With Private Prisons

New York State has been leading the way in flexing its muscles with respect to the private prison industry. Let’s take a look at what these three policies in concert mean, and what may come next as Bill S5433 goes to the Assembly and ultimately the Governor for approval as soon as this week.
— Read on www.forbes.com/sites/morgansimon/2019/06/18/new-york-to-become-first-state-to-be-completely-done-with-private-prisons/

With ‘Creative Force,’ A Huge Children’s Book Museum Is Taking Shape In North Kansas City

Inside the Rabbit Hole , a national museum celebrating children’s literature set to open in North Kansas City in March 2020, visitors will encounter
— Read on www.kcur.org/post/creative-force-huge-childrens-book-museum-taking-shape-north-kansas-city

Hidden Room Of Thomas Jefferson’s Mansion Solves 200 Year Old Mystery

Hidden Room Of Thomas Jefferson’s Mansion Solves 200 Year Old Mystery.
— Read on www.history101.com/jeffersonhemmings/

History is always changing.

Violence Against Hospital Employees Is On The Rise : Shots

U.S. hospitals are under mounting pressure to address violence against health care staff by patients and visitors. Nearly half of emergency doctors say they’ve been physically assaulted at work.
— Read on www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2019/04/08/709470502/facing-escalating-workplace-violence-hospitals-employees-have-had-enough

Living & Coping With Shift Work Disorder | National Sleep Foundation

Shift work disorder can affect your health, as well as your performance and safety on the job.
— Read on www.sleepfoundation.org/shift-work-disorder/what-shift-work-disorder/living-coping-shift-work-disorder

It’s All About the Clothes. How Universities in Kansas Dress Students for Success | Kansas Public Radio

A service at the University of Kansas connects students with donated professional clothing.
— Read on kansaspublicradio.org/kpr-news/its-all-about-clothes-how-universities-kansas-dress-students-success