Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Talk About Archie’s 1st Steps, Milestones

While Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s move to the U.S. coincided with the global coronavirus pandemic and has forced them to quarantine at home, the couple admitted in a video interview on Sunday, October 11, that the time has allowed them to savor precious moments with their son, Archie, and be there for all of his milestones.

The royal couple spoke with Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai from a sofa in their Santa Barbara, California, home to commemorate International Day of the Girl and talk about the importance of education to empower young women around the world.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Talk About Archie's First Steps in Chat with Malala Yousafzai
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, and son Archie TOBY MELVILLE/POOL/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spoke about their own experiences at school and Meghan, 39, who has championed the importance of girls’ education for years, shared her priorities for the pair’s 17-month-old son.

“To be able to raise our son in

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Harry And Meghan Talk To Malala About Girls’ Education, Archie’s Milestones

It’s a sign of the times that even a conversation between three of the most famous and influential people in the world starts with some variation of, “Can you hear me OK?”

That marked the beginning of a virtual chat that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had with Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai on Sunday to celebrate International Day of the Girl.

Yousafzai, who’s been fighting for girls to have access to education since she was 11, asked Meghan why girls’ education was a priority for her.

Malala Yousafzai chatting with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for International Day of the Girl.

Malala Yousafzai chatting with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for International Day of the Girl.

“So much is at stake when we don’t give a young woman an opportunity to learn,” Meghan said. “When young girls have access to education, everyone wins and everyone succeeds.”

She explained that tools granted to girls in childhood will result in more empowered female

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Native Mainers plan to reflect, educate on Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Maulian Dana, the Penobscot Nation’s tribal ambassador, speaks to a group gathered in celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day at the Maine State Historical Society in Portland on Oct. 14, 2019. Brianna Soukup/Staff Photographer

Native Mainers this weekend shared their plans to mark the second annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Monday, an event they saw as an opportunity to reflect on history and help educate their neighbors about the legacy of colonization.

Maulian Dana, the Penobscot Nation’s ambassador to the wider world, sees the holiday as a way to honor and remember Maine’s original inhabitants – and also as a time to teach.

Dana plans to reflect on how the survival of her own people allowed her to preserve her identity as a Penobscot woman. To pass that knowledge on, she and other historians, activists, and organizations will hold educational events through the week meant to introduce Mainers to the state’s

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Phyllis Landrieu, tireless advocate for education and children’s rights, dies at 86 | News

Phyllis Landrieu, a businesswoman and activist whose causes included health care, education and the rights of children — along with a healthy dose of politics — died Saturday at Touro Infirmary. She was 86.

The cause of death has not been determined, her daughter Judy Landrieu Klein said.

Landrieu was “a woman of steel,” New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell said in a statement, describing Landrieu as “a passionate champion for our children and for early childhood education.”

The mother of 10 children, Landrieu was an unstinting advocate of early childhood education and children’s health. She also founded her own public-relations agency and was active in politics, serving as the first woman leader of the Louisiana Democratic State Central Committee and a member of the Democratic National Committee. She was a friend of Presidents Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.

“She was just an amazing bundle of joy and had

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State senate candidates: Career and technical education key to environmental, economic success

BRUNSWICK — Supporting career and technical education programs for young people could go a long way toward ensuring a future for Maine that is both economically and environmentally sustainable, according to four candidates vying to represent the Midcoast in the Maine Senate Districts 23 and 24.

Sen. Eloise Vitelli, the Democrat incumbent, and Holly Kopp, a Republican, are running to represent District 23, which encompasses Sagadahoc County and Dresden. Rep Mattie Daughtry, a Democrat, will face Republican Brad Pattershall for the seat representing District 24, which includes Brunswick, Freeport, Harpswell, North Yarmouth and Pownal. 

The four candidates participated in a virtual forum hosted by the Southern Midcoast Chamber of Commerce on Friday. 

Vitelli, Kopp, Daughtry and Pattershall all expressed staunch support for making Region 10 Technical High School, the area’s vocational and technical school, a full-fledged, four-year comprehensive technical high school where students learn career and technical subjects alongside their

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Sitarist Chandrashekar Phanse featured in 142nd episode of ‘Baaton Baaton Mein’

Renowned sitarist Chandrashekar Phanse featured in the 142nd episode of Baaton Baaton Mein. The talk show was featured on the Instagram live page.

A talk series ‘Baaton Baaton Mein’ is being held every day on Instagram. Hosted by renowned art critic Sunil Mishr, the series is being held for the art lovers.

Phanse’s skill is a melodious implement for the indefinite mines of the sitar strings.

Chandrashekhar Phanse shared about his education. He achieved his educational qualifications with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Economics. His Bachelor of Music from Bhatkhande Vidyapeeth Lucknow earned him title Vadya Visharad. His quest further led to a Masters in Sitar from Indira Kala Sangeet Vishvavidyalaya (IKSV) in merit from Kairagarh. This pursuit reflects in his music, which has the precision of numbers and the depth of emotion.

His earlier tutelage was under Pandit Kartik Kumar and V.R. Athavale Dinkar Kaikini. He has

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Goal to aid every household for online learning met

BATANG MAYNILA

Mayor Isko Moreno

We in the city government of Manila are thankful to God and so glad that our goal of providing one tablet per household in the entire city had been met in no time.

The recipients are students from the city’s public elementary and high schools or those from Kindergarten to Grade 12, to aid them as the educational system transitions to the blended, distant learning scheme under the continuing pandemic.

The gadgets come with free SIM cards that would be loaded with 10gb every month and are being lent to the students who will have to return them eventually, so that other students may be able to use them, too.

The city government of Manila purchased a total of 137,210 tablets for the students, along with 11,000 laptops for teachers who were also given free pocket Wi-Fi units.

This, we made in response to a

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Prince Harry admits he was ‘ungrateful’ for Eton education in new candid video with Meghan | Royal | News

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle joined Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai in a video chat focused on the female-male education gap and how it has been worsened by the coronavirus pandemic. The trio highlighted the critical importance of having girls across the world being able to access education. 

But during the conference call, the Duke of Sussex also joked about how he did not realise when he was young how grateful he should have been for the education he received. 

After both Meghan and Harry were asked by Malala about their experience in school, the Eton alumni said: “We do take it for granted and it is a privilege but every single person, every single child, every single young person needs an education.

“To know there’s over 130 million girls out of education right now, before the pandemic, and the numbers are only going to go up, it worries

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Harry and Meghan discuss impact of Covid on girl’s education with Malala Yousafzai

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had a video chat with renowned education campaigner Malala Yousafzai to mark the International Day Of The Girl.

The trio spoke about how the Covid-19 outbreak has impacted young women’s access to education and the importance of learning.

Ms Yousafzai was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman at the age of 15 after campaigning for girls to be educated in her native Pakistan.


She went on to found the non-profit Malala Fund to support her work raising awareness of the difficulties facing girls accessing education, and was the youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2014

Ms Yousafzai called for a commitment to girls’ education (Getty Images)

Harry said every single person needs an education.

He said: “We do take it for granted and it is a

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The Undiscussed Problem About September’s Exodus Of Women In The Workforce

Best-selling author Christine Michel Carter is the #1 global voice for working moms. Christine’s voice transpires across miles into the heart, mind, and soul of moms everywhere. Women in the United States, Canada, Africa, Australia, France, the UK, Spain, China and India love her writing; it’s reflected in her international social media following and above-average social media engagement rates.

Featured in The New York Times and The Washington Post, she has been called a “working mom who’s changing the world,” ”making a positive impact in the world,” “the mom of mom influencers,” a “mom on the move,“ a “branding mastermind,” one of the “funniest parents on social media,“ one of the “best working mom blogs to follow for support, laughs, and advice,“ “the exec inspiring millennial moms,” and “the voice of millennial moms.”

Christine clarifies misconceptions about working mom consumers for brands and serves as an amplifier of their personal

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