[ad_1] INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – A statewide coalition has a mission to bring social justice to people across the state. The Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault and Human Trafficking (ICESAHT) is offering free training sessions to prevent and address human trafficking in light of January being National Slavery and Human
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[ad_1] Ontario announced on Saturday an expansion and an extension of free emergency child care it is offering to front-line workers as the province logged another 3,443 new COVID-19 cases and 40 more deaths. The program is being offered to a greater range of essential workers and will be extended until Jan. 25.
[ad_1] Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce says the province will expand eligibility for its emergency childcare program to include more front-line workers as schools remain closed for in-person learning. The minister made the announcement on Saturday morning, saying that the expansion aims to help parents of school-aged children who cannot
[ad_1] Press release from Pennsylvania Department of Transportation: January 6, 2021 Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) today said that a new state law will provide opportunities that will give Pennsylvanians experiencing homelessness the ability to be issued a free identification card and Pennsylvanians with visual impairments
[ad_1] The free Iowa Freedom Virtual Summit to address human trafficking and related topics will be 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 12, via Zoom. Participants should register in advance at https://bit.ly/3mXmGzv The program will feature six panelists include former Iowa Sen. Maggie Tinsman, founder of Braking Traffik in Davenport. Tinsman will speak on
[ad_1] KALAMAZOO, Mich. (WOOD) — Community groups in Kalamazoo gave out new coats to homeless people living along the river Wednesday afternoon. First United Methodist Church of Kalamazoo members say they have given out about 70 coats so far that also turn into sleeping bags. The effort was made in