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The Banyamulenge (Tutsis) people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo "are facing another wave of inhumane emotional and psychological terror and being subjected to genocidal acts of violence.

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The Banyamulenge (Tutsis) people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo "are facing another wave of inhumane emotional and psychological terror and being subjected to genocidal acts of violence.

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The Banyamulenge (Tutsis) people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo "are facing another wave of inhumane emotional and psychological terror and being subjected to genocidal acts of violence.

Join Maine's Poet Laureate Linda Aldrich as she welcomes four current Maine poets: Stuart Kestenbaum (Maine State Poet Laureate), Betsy Sholl (former Maine State Poet Laureate), Gretchen Berg, and Colin Cheney who will read their own work and that of…

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I was reacting to my wife's observations at Hannaford's, along with what we were reading/hearing in the news, locally and nationally.

7 thankful thoughts in coronavirus times.doc

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Attached you'll find two photo images I took:  an item purchased during COVID-19.....  sporks!  and what was eaten with them:  pho.....  I make different ones all winter.  Yum......  or at least my friends tell me so.

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My cat, Hannah, helps me cope with COVID-19 because she doesn’t think it is a big deal.
- Mari and Hannah.

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What the pandemic experience has been teaching me.
This essay is more of an observation and less of a complaint about the human condition and how fragile and interdependent we humans ultimately are.

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