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Doris "Granny D: Haddock was a citizen of Dublin, New Hampshire who walked 3,200 miles across the United States between 19999 and 2000. Granny D Day
Posted: January 24, 2020
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The Civil Rights Act of 1964 recognized the importance of diversity, nondiscrimination, and freedom by prohibiting discrimination based on race in employment and education. Martin Luther King Ci...
Posted: January 20, 2020
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Human trafficking is a crime that uses force, fraud, and coercion for the purpose of enslaving people. Human Trafficking Prevention Month
Posted: January 10, 2020
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Students, schools, and businesses must remain aware of the enduring importance of building strategic partnerships that bring business leaders, local government, schools, and business together to plan ...
Posted: January 02, 2020
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Pats Peak's 19th Annual Diversity Day Celebration celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who stated on August 28, 1963. Pat's Peak Diversity Day
Posted: January 02, 2020
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State of New Hampshire recognizes that it has a vital role in identifuing, protecting its citizens from,and responding to cyber threats that may have significant impact to our individual and collectiv...
Posted: October 04, 2019