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Economics. Mind Body Psychology. LGBT rights. Boring old sexism. There’s a reason more liberals shop at Trader Joe’s. Led by the child who simply knew - Metro. MLK Jr. Social inclusion. Sociometry. Sexual abuse. LIVING WITH RAD. Feminism. Workin' hard for the money: Dancers on poverty line. The average professional dancer in New York City earns only $28,000 a year, according to a study to be released Monday by Dance NYC.

Workin' hard for the money: Dancers on poverty line

The amount is just above the nation's poverty line. Of that income, just 55% comes from dance jobs, on average. More than 40% of the dancers surveyed earned less than $5,000 from the dance industry, according to the report, “Dance Workforce Census: Earnings Among Individuals 21-35.” Could A 16-Hour Work Week Save Civilization? The question is: If Americans wanted to retain compensation and employment gains between 1987 and 2009, how long would the average American be required to work each week?

Could A 16-Hour Work Week Save Civilization?

Answer: 16 Hours. Lovesocial-case-for-girls.jpg (JPEG Image, 2000x1535 pixels) - Scaled (41. Dancing Makes You Smarter. For centuries, dance manuals and other writings have lauded the health benefits of dancing, usually as physical exercise.

Dancing Makes You Smarter

More recently we've seen research on further health benefits of dancing, such as stress reduction and increased serotonin level, with its sense of well-being. Most recently we've heard of another benefit: Frequent dancing apparently makes us smarter. A major study added to the growing evidence that stimulating one's mind by dancing can ward off Alzheimer's disease and other dementia, much as physical exercise can keep the body fit. Dancing also increases cognitive acuity at all ages. You may have heard about the New England Journal of Medicine report on the effects of recreational activities on mental acuity in aging.

The 21-year study of senior citizens, 75 and older, was led by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City, funded by the National Institute on Aging, and published in the New England Journal of Medicine. In Korea, a Boot Camp Cure for Web Obsession. NY City Council Passes Resolution Declaring that Corporations Are Not People. NY City Council Passes Resolution Declaring that Corporations Are Not People FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 4, 2012.

NY City Council Passes Resolution Declaring that Corporations Are Not People

Kind of Screwed. TL;DR version: Last year, I was threatened with a lawsuit over the pixel art album cover for Kind of Bloop.

Kind of Screwed

The Chessboard Killer: Big Issues. The maniac lumbers through a silent forest. he is a sallow-faced man with a stout physique and a deep, low voice. he's with a friend, a woman, and they are enveloped by birch trees rising fifty, sixty feet into a pale gray sky.

The Chessboard Killer: Big Issues

They are talking about something important. What is love? Is love for real, or is it a ruse, a make-believe ambrosia? The Domino Project. Stephen Colbert explains SOPA. Loses BBB Accreditation Over Investigative Blog Post. Civic Action: Google: Quit the Chamber of Commerce. Google: Quit the Chamber of Commerce Right now we have a huge opportunity to deal a serious blow to one of Washington's most powerful lobbies, the deeply conservative U.S.

Civic Action: Google: Quit the Chamber of Commerce

Chamber of Commerce. At Google headquarters, employees are intensely debating whether Google should quit the Chamber in the next few weeks. LOS ANGELES POISED TO BE THE FIRST MAJOR U.S. CITY TO CALL FOR END TO CORPORATE PERSONHOOD. Grassroots Momentum Builds Toward Passage of a Constitutional Amendment LOS ANGELES, CA – Next week the Los Angeles City Council will vote on a resolution that calls on Congress to amend the Constitution to clearly establish that only living persons -- not corporations -- are endowed with constitutional rights and that money is not the same as free speech.

LOS ANGELES POISED TO BE THE FIRST MAJOR U.S. CITY TO CALL FOR END TO CORPORATE PERSONHOOD

If this resolution is passed, Los Angeles will be the first major city in the U.S. to call for an end to all corporate constitutional rights. The campaign in Los Angeles is the latest grassroots effort by Move to Amend, a national coalition working to abolish corporate personhood. “Local resolution campaigns are an opportunity for citizens to speak up and let it be known that we won’t accept the corporate takeover of our government lying down," said Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap, a national spokesperson for Move to Amend.

"We urge communities across the country to join the Move to Amend campaign and raise your voices.” FAA chief charged with drunk driving: police. United Airlines CEO Parody. Berkeley in the Sixties. U.N. Envoy: U.S. Isn't Protecting Occupy Protesters' Rights. WASHINGTON -- The United Nations envoy for freedom of expression is drafting an official communication to the U.S. government demanding to know why federal officials are not protecting the rights of Occupy demonstrators whose protests are being disbanded -- sometimes violently -- by local authorities.

U.N. Envoy: U.S. Isn't Protecting Occupy Protesters' Rights

Whats goin on.. Kids For Cash Judge Gets 28 Year Prison Sentence. Single Stop USA. PSA Emotional Abuse V-Day UW 2012. Learned helplessness. Learned helplessness is a behaviour in which an organism forced to endure aversive, painful or otherwise unpleasant stimuli, becomes unable or unwilling to avoid subsequent encounters with those stimuli, even if they are escapable.

Learned helplessness

Presumably, the organism has learned that it cannot control the situation and therefore does not take action to avoid the negative stimulus.[1] Learned helplessness theory is the view that clinical depression and related mental illnesses may result from a perceived absence of control over the outcome of a situation.[2] Organisms that have been ineffective and less sensitive in determining the consequences of their behaviour are defined as having acquired learned helplessness.[3] Foundation of research and theory[edit] Seligman and Maier[edit] The US psychologist Martin Seligman's painful animal experiments and theory of learned helplessness began at the University of Pennsylvania in 1967, as an extension of his interest in depression.

Experiment[edit] Amazon. Thank You, Facebook: The Social Network as Mideast Hero - Global. Occupying foreclosures - Newstips by Curtis Black. The Story Behind the Infamous McDonald's Coffee Case & How Corporations Used it to Push Tort Reform. Judge Blocks Citigroup Settlement With S.E.C. Evanston lessens penalty for pot possession. Why Iceland Should Be in the News, But Is Not. You may not be able to visit this page because of: an out-of-date bookmark/favourite a search engine that has an out-of-date listing for this site a mistyped address you have no access to this page The requested resource was not found.

An error has occurred while processing your request. Please try one of the following pages: An Open Letter from America’s Port Truck Drivers on Occupy the Ports. Trickle-down tyranny - why ordinary people in positions of local power are adopting tactics of tyrants. Mike AdamsNatural News. Three GOP Presidential Candidates Sign Pledge To Investigate LGBT Community. Rick Santorum, Michele Bachmann, and Mitt Romney. Image from. OCCUPY WITH ALOHA: Makana at the APEC Dinner, Hawaii. Homeless Shelters Vs. Cupcake Shops: A Chicago Map – HUB BUB. Vermont towns vote to arrest Bush and Cheney. George W. Bush cancels Switzerland visit over fears of arrest on torture charges.

Updated: 20:57 GMT, 6 February 2011 Change of plan: George W. Bush has cancelled a visit to Geneva for a charity gala over fears he could be arrested on torture charges Former U.S. Twilight of the Psychopaths. A vaccination against social prejudice. Amazon’s Jungle Logic. The Vote Heard Around the World - Corporations Are Not People. Moyers: Why 'We The People' Must Triumph Over Corporate Power. December 11, 2011 |