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25 Jun Shelley Bennett Memorial Fund

Rachelle “Shelley” Bennett was the loving wife of Ralph Bennett and devoted mother of Raquel Bennett (graduate of the Access Institute training program). Shelley was well known for approaching every challenge in life with joyfulness, optimism, determination, and a desire to help other people. She...

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500 000 Preventable Deaths

20 Nov 500,000 Preventable Deaths

Written by: Bart Magee, Ph.D. The recent publication of a shocking study by Anne Case and Angus Deaton on the rising mortality among white, middle-aged, working-class Americans has social scientists and policy makers alarmed, and rightfully so. The rise in death rates means that in the...

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Love

15 Sep What’s love got to do with it?

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Amy Winehouse

27 Aug What is it about Amy Winehouse?

Every so often a cultural event comes along that shines a spotlight on and stimulates a public conversation about mental health. The release of Asif Kapadia’s documentary film “Amy,” which follows the meteoric rise and tragic fall of Amy Winehouse has sparked just that. In San...

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