Let me be your highway diamond, your gem along the way

nativeamericannews:

$300K Grant for Hawaiian Language Preschools to Increase Proficiency
The Administration for Native Americans has awarded the ʻAha Pūnana Leo Hawaiian language nest preschools in Hawaii a $300,000 grant for the first year of a three-year grant project. The project will enhance and strengthen Pūnana Leo’s quality and impact in the Native Hawaiian community through increasing language proficiency and the professional capabilities of its staff.

nativeamericannews:

$300K Grant for Hawaiian Language Preschools to Increase Proficiency

The Administration for Native Americans has awarded the ʻAha Pūnana Leo Hawaiian language nest preschools in Hawaii a $300,000 grant for the first year of a three-year grant project. The project will enhance and strengthen Pūnana Leo’s quality and impact in the Native Hawaiian community through increasing language proficiency and the professional capabilities of its staff.

(Source: indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com)

jjfeildd:

I don’t know what’s real or what’s not anymore. I mean what if she actually is–

In love with him?

Well, don’t you think it’s possible to confuse truth with fantasy. What’s going to happen when the theatrical is over?

Well it’s a dangerous kind of game to play.

Austenland (2013)

gov-info:

September is Recovery Month  In its 25th year, Recovery Month promotes the societal benefits of prevention, treatment, and recovery for mental and substance use disorders. This year’s theme, “Join the Voices for Recovery: Speak Up, Reach Out,” encourages people to openly speak up about mental and substance use disorders and the reality of recovery, and promotes ways individuals can use to recognize behavioral health issues and reach out for help. Recovery Month spreads the positive message that behavioral health is essential to overall health, that prevention works, treatment is effective and people can and do recover.

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gov-info:

September is Recovery Month
In its 25th year, Recovery Month promotes the societal benefits of prevention, treatment, and recovery for mental and substance use disorders. This year’s theme, “Join the Voices for Recovery: Speak Up, Reach Out,” encourages people to openly speak up about mental and substance use disorders and the reality of recovery, and promotes ways individuals can use to recognize behavioral health issues and reach out for help. Recovery Month spreads the positive message that behavioral health is essential to overall health, that prevention works, treatment is effective and people can and do recover.

sketchlibrarian:

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sketchlibrarian:

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Persepolis! I love this movie!

(Source: maudit)

mymodernmet:

15-year-old photographer Zev Hoover creates a wonderfully imaginative world by photographing regular-sized backgrounds and scenes and then shrinking his subjects down to miniature sizes.

Love the fact inherent wonder and whimsy in these.

mymodernmet:

Photographer-turned-decoration designer Julie Lansom uses painted wood and high-quality cotton threads to craft intricate, handmade lanterns that she calls Sputnik lamps.

prettybooks:

It’s Banned Books Week!I think I speak for all of us when I say that challenging or banning books just makes us want to read them more. Here’s what I’ve been reading this week so far on the subject of books and censorship:

Banned Books Week.orgThe Top 10 Challenged TitlesBooks Challenged or Banned 2012-2013 11 Quotes From Authors On Censorship & Banned Books15 Books Banned For The Most Absurd Reasons Ever12 Crazy Reasons Why Books Have Been Banned12 Signs You’re A Banned Book ReaderOn the “Banned” Wagon: The Month in Book ChallengesAmerica’s Most Surprising Banned Books A Chat With Rainbow Rowell About Love and CensorshipPenguin Presents: Authors Stand Up for Free SpeechPatrick Ness’s Top 10 ‘Unsuitable’ Books for TeenagersGiving Voice to the Voiceless: Author Ellen Hopkins