Featured Image: Justice For All By John Vanek Trauma (PTSD) has been described as having a unique voice: we now use technology to understand the way the pain of experiences changes the way we behave and express ourselves. Our very voices express that feeling. Expression and resolution of trauma and grief are vital to individuals and […]Read More Why Parliament Is Exciting Right Now: We’re Arguing For A Better Scale For Social Justice…People Share Your Resources And Knowledge….
Today is World Asthma Day: (sneezing, coughing and wheezing, tightness in the chest are signs of Asthma). Nottingham City has retrofitted buses and taxis to reduce emissions and new public transport purchases are environmentally cleaner. If you want to know more about the Nottingham Air Quality Status report, have a look at last year’s Air […]Read More Nottingham Green Festival: Sunday 15th September 2019 12 Noon to 6pm: Free Your Soul: People, Planet, Peace…And Regeneration!
For more information about this article, the raffle, National Eyecare Week, retinal scanning or hearing tests contact Manager Sarita Sharma 0115 9518980 Featured image: Krishan Parmar’s Just Giving Climb Kilamanjaro for Alzheimer’s page What do Alzheimer’s and Kilimanjaro have in common? Krishna Parmar, Director of Specsavers, Beeston who’s climbing it with her brave two might […]Read More Kilamanjaro Climb By Mum Krishna, Daughters Jyoti and Amisha Specsavers Wonder Women
Inside The Atrocity Exhibition (The Place is (Always) Here FACES Like Warholian Turin Shrouds (below Ivory Coast guru heddle pulley used in weaving in Warhol’s collection) Screaming Like Bacon, Screaming Like Freud Out of Print Out of Print Out of Print Keith Piper was here though On that night to watch the way the eyes […]Read More Under Privileged Eyes: Andy Warhol, Francis Bacon And Keith Piper
Above: Beautiful Heart Structure and Function (Basics) Tracey Thorne, in her new autobiography: Another Planet: A Teenager In Suburbia, begins a dig into how the things we experience as children edit us as much as when we grow up, we edit life back. Like Zadie Smith’s protagonists, Leah, Keisha, and Natalie in NW, Thorne gently […]Read More Home Is A Stage And The Stage Is A Home: The Rhythm Of Life Is a Powerful Beat: How We Move Others And Ourselves: Micro Kindness…
Above: No Child Left Thinking: Democracy At Risk In American Schools by Joel Westheimer 2008 On Tuesday 21st August 2018, freelance Guardian journalist Louise Tickle, wrote an article with this heading: ‘Can A University Rescue a City When The Local Authority Fails?‘ Above: the local government changes from County Councils to Districts and Unitary Authorities […]Read More Universities Need To Challenge The Gang And Gig Labour Supply Chain And Be Changed By That Change….
Above Migrants at Calais being moved on October 2016. The businesses, restaurants and related activities migrants showed they could produce in Calais was razed to the ground and the land used in the second world war for bomb shelters was ‘reconquered’ for wildlife…. Where are they now? Our lack of empathy with refugees and […]Read More Education Through Activity and Action: New Ways To Solve Old Problems: Think About What People Can Do And Build Systems On A Human Scale