Intersections between mental illness and crime have been prominent in the news lately. Law enforcement officers and high school students are among those who’ve been killed by perpetrators with a history of mental illness.
On March 14, students across the country walked out of their schools to protest the deadly school shootings that have taken the lives of so many U.S. schoolchildren.
The opioid addiction epidemic gripping the country has dominated the national news cycle in recent years.
Diana Ninomiya is a mother of two, second-degree black belt, teacher at Enshin Karate, and co-owner of the dojo that will open at the Stanley Marketplace in late March. One of her earliest memories is of hearing the words, “Run! Don’t look back! Keep running!”
Recent reports about widespread sexual harassment in entertainment, politics and newsrooms have captured the attention of the nation. In response, the #metoo movement has burgeoned on social media, with women affected by sexual harassment speaking up about abuses they’ve suffered, many after years of scared silence.
Now’s the time to go shopping—no, not for the holidays just yet, but for health insurance coverage.
October was the third month of community discussions about the name Stapleton. In the prior two months, the conversations were dominated by those who favored changing the name and representatives of five Stapleton organizations listened to those views. This month brought an emphasis on having a community conversation in which all voices would be heard, making a decision and moving the community forward in a positive way.
We, like the majority of our nation, were shocked and horrified to see overt Nazi symbolism in the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia.
We are deeply disturbed by the escalation of hateful sentiment and shocked and horrified by the events in Charlottesville, Virginia.