May Is Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

This is the month that Congress designates as Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.

In 1978, a joint congressional resolution established Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week.

The first 10 days of May were chosen to coincide with two important milestones in Asian/Pacific American history: the arrival in the…

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Gen Z and Their Pets

Gen Z is coming into adulthood, and they may have some different ideas about pet products that their immediate forebears, the Millennials, market research firm Packaged Facts reports

Millennials, now in their late 20s and 30s, have set new standards for bonding with and spending money on pets.

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Coming Up: National Kindergarten Day

April 21 is National Kindergarten Day in the U.S.A, and you’re going to have to set aside time for a nice, long nap.

Of the nation’s roughly 53 million kids enrolled in school, roughly 4.1 million are in kindergarten.

Around 3.6 million of them…

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Preventing Dog Bites

American Humane is part of the National Dog Bite Prevention Week coalition, and has some advice for the public.

Every year more than 4.5 million Americans, more than half of them children, are bitten by dogs. The country’s first national humane organization, encourages adults to protect both children…

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A Week to Honor the Nation’s Volunteers

April 15-21 is National Volunteer Week in the U.S. National Volunteer Week in the United States was first established via Presidential Proclamation 4288, signed by Richard Nixon in 1974.

The week is powered by the Points of Light foundation.

According to the 2017 Presidential Proclamation for National Volunteer…

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