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Jewish Voice

The Jewish Voice is the official publication of the Jewish Federation of Delaware. It is based in Wilmington.

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Diocese of Wilmington

The Diocese of Wilmington serves the Catholic communities of Delaware and Eastern Connecticut. Rev. W. Francis Malooly is bishop.

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Samuel L. Gaertner

Samuel L. Gaertner is a psychology professor at the University of Delaware in Newark. He is a social psychologist and co-author of the chapter “Contemporary Racial Bias: When Good People Do Bad Things” in The Social Psychology of Good and Evil.

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Katherine C. Grier

Katherine C. Grier is professor of material culture studies in the University of Delaware’s Winterthur Program in Early American Culture. She has studied the relationships between humans and animals, and her books include Pets in America: A History (2006).

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David Legates

David Legates is a professor in the geography department at the University of Delaware. His expertise includes hydroclimatology, computational methods and precipitation and climate change. He is a former director of the university’s Center for Climatic Research and a former Delaware state climatologist. Legates is a noted denier of human contribution to climate change.  

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“Cohousing Creates Community”

Read an Aug. 2012 article about the growing popularity of cohousing communities among more than just retired seniors. There are over 118 cohousing communities in the U.S. and counting.

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