Even if you haven’t seen the “Saturday Night Live” sketches featuring Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump and Kate McKinnon as Hillary Clinton, it’s likely you’ve read about them. A story on the most recent bit ran in scores of news outlets after Trump called the show a "hit job" on him.
Imagine having access to running water only one day per month. On that day, you’d fill up every bucket you have. For the next month, you’d carefully strategize about how to use that precious resource. Cleaning the house, doing the dishes, washing clothes, bathing — each must be consciously planned.
The "Bringing in the Bystander" Program is mentioned directly in this opinion piece by Georgetown University student, Olivia Hinerfeld, about the importance of bystander intervention on college campuses.
The Inuit of Greenland have the most toxic bodies on the planet. A traditional people living in a pristine artic wonderland would seem the least likely to suffer from the hazards of the industrialized world. But pollutants travel north, concentrating as they move up the food chain, and the Inuit are at the top of that chain.