On The Web (Issue 39)

What’s on the web?

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The 4WardEver Team regularly scan the web and other resources for websites that our readers are likely to find of interest.

If you spot something, let us know via 4WardEver Volunteer Team

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Mandela Day
www.mandeladay.com
Nelson Mandela International Day commemorates the lifetime of service Nelson Mandela gave to South Africa and the world. It was launched on his birthday, 18 July, in 2009 via a unanimous decision by the UN General Assembly. “It is in your hands to make of the world a better place,” he said a year earlier, calling on the younger generation to take up this task.

Maya Angelou Public Charter Schools – Forever Foundation
www.seeforever.org
The Maya Way is a comprehensive approach to education that focuses on academic achievement, social and emotional support, and career and college preparation so students are ready for life after Maya. The Forever Foundation mission is to create learning communities in lower income urban areas where all students can grow academically and socially.

Cop Crisis
www.copcrisis.com
Cops are indicted in less than 1% of killings, but the indictment rate for Citizens is 90%. Only a small fraction of the 17,000 law enforcement agencies track misconduct reports. The Department of Justice generated a report on police misconduct in the United States in 2001, and the report was based on statistics that were voluntarily given by 5% of the police departments in the United States.

Private Eye
www.private-eye.co.uk
Private Eye is the UK’s number one best-selling news and current affairs magazine, edited by Ian Hislop. It offers a unique blend of humour, social and political observations and investigative journalism. Published fortnightly, the magazine is read by over 700,000 readers and costs just £1.80 an issue.

Justice For The 21
www.justice4the21.co.uk
Justice 4 the 21 innocent victims of the Birmingham Pub Bombings 21st November 1974. The Provisional Irish Republican Army has never officially admitted responsibility for the Birmingham pub bombings, but a former senior officer of the organisation confessed to their involvement in 2014, with an admission the Birmingham pub bombings “went against everything we [the Provisional Irish Republican Army] claimed to stand for”.

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