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Good News Headlines 7/6/2022

Ketanji Brown Jackson, a former public defender who rose to become a judge on a powerful federal appeals court, made history Thursday as the first Black woman to sit on the Supreme Court.

Good News Headlines 6/15/2022

A woman whose family fled to Britain to escape a war has closed her seaside hotel to tourists—so she can give Ukrainian refugees a place to stay. She has rolled out the welcome mat to 22 Ukrainians, so far, providing a “home away from home”.

Good News Headlines 5/11/2022

Central Park, New York City's 843-acre green lung created in 1858, is now a climate change laboratory that researchers hope will help parks nationwide become more resilient.

Good News Headlines 4/27/2022

A local grocery store chain is making a major commitment when it comes to combating climate change. Hannaford Supermarkets says it plans to be fully powered by renewable energy by 2024. That makes it the first large-scale supermarket to make the switch

Good News Headlines 4/6/2022

From charities and governments, to celebrities and everyday people, millions are pitching in to ease the burden for fleeing or sheltering Ukrainians. In turn, they’re inspiring the world with their generosity and strength.

Our Senses Are Our Allies

All of these are gifts, our bodies tuned to the energy, our senses picking out the nuances, with every pore open in our being. We are living vessels of sensation and feeling, dancing with the joy and magic of it all.

Good News Headlines 12/22/2021

As they committed to doing last April, on the occasion of the 35th commemoration of the Chernobyl accident, the Swiss-based company Exlterra has reported spectacular results after one year of decontamination.

Good News Headlines 12/15/2021

The country's prime minister has agreed to roll back laws that threatened to corporatize agriculture, jeopardizing the food security of more than 800 million people and further enriching the ultra-rich.

Good News Headlines 7/28/2021

What do you get when you surprise random people with an unexpected dance party on the streets of New York? Pure joy, community, and connection. The inspiring street performance group Improv Everywhere placed a decal on the pavement in a park that read, “stand here for dance party.”