RAW RANKED SITES ABOUT
#INSECURITY

The most comprehensive list of insecurity websites last updated on Jul 1 2021.
Stats collected from various trackers included with free apps.
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Tori News Tori.ng Latest and breaking news headlines in Nigeria. Tori is the best nigerian news for gossips, entertainment, politics, sports
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Las Cruces Sun-News: Breaking News, business, entertainment, sports Let the Las Cruces Sun-News be your source for breaking news, sports, business, entertainment and community news.
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AlanWatts.org AlanWatts.org is a living online library and museum of the works of Alan Watts. Curated by Alan’s son, Mark Watts, this website is the definitive online resource for all things Alan Watts.
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International Fund for Agricultural Development The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) is an international financial institution and a specialized agency of the United Nations dedicated to eradicating poverty and hunger in rural areas of developing countries.
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COMMUNITY TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT TRUST – "Seeks to promote participatory, technologhy and innovation systems and to push for good policies that eliminates insecurity of marginalized communities."
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Eternal Vigilante | Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty; power is ever stealing from the many to the few. Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty; power is ever stealing from the many to the few.
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International Network | Action Against Hunger Recognized as a leader in the fight against malnutrition, Action Against Hunger saves the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with access to safe water and sustainable solutions to hunger. With 40 years of expertise in emergency situations of conflict, natural disaster, and chronic food insecurity, we run lifesaving programs in more than 45 countries.
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Hekab Be Biblioteca – Non-profit community center in Akumal, Quintana Roo Currently Art class with Eileen McCormick The work of ensuring the families worst hit by layoffs due to COVID19 continues through the distribution of weekly food bags. If we can continue to provide basic food items, it will help relieve the stress of food insecurity. Schools are still closed, however Kaori is now able to…
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InSecurity.Sh Merges With Privacy Canada In December of 2019, InSecurity.sh merged into Privacy Canada (privacycanada.net). We have consolidated and expanded on some of the great work.
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The Common Market The Common Market is a mission-driven distributor of regional farm products. We strive to strengthen small and family-owned farms while simultaneously improving food insecurity. Our Farm Share program is a CSA-style, farm-to-work place program that allows work places and their employee bases to support local farms.
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Manhattan (NYC) Psychologist - Individual Therapy for Social Anxiety and Self-Confidence - Daniel Gaztambide, PsyD Insecurity can hurt your relationships. I help people learn the skills they need to overcome anxiety and improve their communication, especially with those closest to them. That way, you can avoid repeating shitty patterns, feel more confident expressing yourself, and build stronger, more secure relationships.
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Paul C. Winters | Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Global Affairs in Notre Dame’s Keough School of Global Affairs Agricultural and resource economist focusing on rural poverty and food insecurity in developing countries.
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Urban Gleaners: Food For All Urban Gleaners is a Portland, Oregon nonprofit that collects delicious, fresh food before it can go to waste. And we get it to people who need it.
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Fresh Beginnings for Couples | Couple Therapy in Waterloo / Wellington Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples and Families / Marriage Counselling/Family Counselling   Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, and area Are you experiencing: Distance?  Loneliness?  Arguing?  Sadness?  Insecurity?  Lost trust? Fresh Beginnings for Couples Emotionally  Focused Therapy (EFT) for Couples: “Romantic love is not … Continue reading →
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Ecology and Late Modernism | My blog explores the ecological relationships between characters in late modernist texts, such as Sam Selvon's "A Brighter Sun" and Doris Lessing's "The Grass is Singing" by understanding how late modernism makes sense of the individual within hostile environments. My blog explores the ecological relationships between characters in late modernist texts, such as Sam Selvon's "A Brighter Sun" and Doris Lessing's "The Grass is Singing" by understanding how late modernism makes sense of the individual within hostile environments.
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Yemen | OCHA Widespread conflict, severe economic decline, food insecurity and collapse of essential services continue to take an enormous toll on the population, exacerbating existing vulnerabilities.
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Home - Daily Outlook Afghanistan, The leading Independent Newspaper in Afghanistan Daily Outlook Afghanistan, the country''s pioneering English language publication both print and online. روزنامه انگلیسی آوتلوک افغانستان
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Home | Food Rescue for Businesses, easily Donate Surplus Food – Replate Our technology enables businesses to schedule on-demand pickups for their surplus food. We bring your donated food directly to those experiencing food insecurity.
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Social Planning Network of Ontario The Social Planning Network of Ontario (SPNO) is a coalition of social planning councils (SPC), community development councils (CDC), resource centres, and planning committees located in various communities throughout Ontario. Each of the individual organizations has their own mandates but are connected in the cause of effecting change on social policies, conditions, and issues.
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Swipe Out Hunger | Student-Led Solutions to College Food Insecurity One in three college students experience food insecurity. We work with colleges and universities to address hunger on campus.
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Latest Vineland NJ News - TheDailyJournal.com TheDailyJournal.com covers the latest news in South Jersey including Cumberland, Atlantic and Gloucester Counties along with regional coverage of New Jersey.
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Urban Gleaners: Food For All Urban Gleaners is a Portland, Oregon nonprofit that collects delicious, fresh food before it can go to waste. And we get it to people who need it.
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Empowerment Solution for Fear and Anxiety | Dr. Friedemann Schaub Empowerment Solution for Fear and Anxiety ? Are worry and insecurity holding you back in life? Do you feel not good enough or not safe in the world? ..
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Health, Wellness & Society Research Network Health, Wellness & Society Research Network: exploring the intersections of human physiology & the conditions of social life.
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Industrial Security Lab | InSecurity Industrial Security (of "insecurity") toegepast onderzoek, opleiding en awareness
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Arizona Jewish Life | Photo courtesy ABC 15. Before the pandemic stay-at-home orders became commonplace in our community, I didn't leave the house. The place that I consider my sanctuary, my home, became a place where I was unsure of my own safety. On the night of Jan. 25, 2020, Johnny Roman Garza, as part of a conspiracy planned with the neo-Nazi organization Atomwaffen Division, glued a poster on my home's front bedroom window that depicted a figure in a skull mask holding a Molotov cocktail in front of a burning house. My name and address were on the bottom of the poster along with the threat, "Your actions have consequences. Our patience has its limits . . . You have been visited by your local Nazis." What followed after I found the poster was a blur of police, FBI agents and Homeland Security personnel descending on my property. There was only so much they could tell me about what was going on, only that I was one of many targets as a journalist connected with a Jewish publication. I agreed not to post or say anything to not interfere with the ongoing investigation. I had the FBI and Homeland Security phone numbers loaded in my phone – just in case. I also opened my mailbox with a stick for fear of explosives, and when my daughter had to travel for work and left her car at our house, I drove it before she came home – just in case "they" had done something to tamper with her vehicle, she would not be the one to find out. I laid awake at night wondering if the Molotov cocktail would become a real threat. We installed a security system, and every time the app on my phone would alert me of some movement from one of the cameras, my heart would skip a beat. I didn't leave the house unless accompanied by my husband. On Feb. 26, I breathed a sigh of relief when Garza and three others were arrested on "suspicion of organizing a campaign to threaten and intimidate journalists and activists" across four states. I was also confused as to why a young man of Mexican-American descent would find kindred spirits in a white-supremacist hate group. There was talk but little detail of a turbulent home life, and he admitted during his sentencing on Dec. 9 that he "looked elsewhere in a time of "darkness and isolation" and "fell in with the worst crowd I could have fallen into with." He also said that he and his family "count this experience as a blessing because if consequences had not come down on me the way they did, I would not have changed." During the sentencing, I was surprised to hear Garza's attorney, Seth Apfel, was Jewish. He had recommended that Garza take classes on Jewish history and culture and that through doing so, stated Garza has "made a complete and sincere change. Not just disavowed but embraced a new way of being. He has become an ally for the Jewish people." Apfel went on to say that it was "one of my proudest moments as an attorney." This experience has conjured up so many emotions. As time went on and my feelings of fear changed to anger and then to sadness. I admit when I was younger, I made some bad decisions, not to the extent of Garza's actions, but things that may have gotten me into trouble at the time. I also have children in their 20s and have seen from their classmates what can happen when children seek approval and belonging from the wrong group of people. On Dec. 9, Garza was sentenced to 16 months jail time and three years probation by U.S. District Judge John Coughenour in Seattle. Judge Coughenour says he believes Garza's remorse but that he felt he needed more than just the probation time that his lawyer recommended. He also made a statement on not just the aspect of the hate crime, but who specifically was targeted. "Referring to journalism and the press and media as 'fake news' enables people who are vulnerable to suggestions like this, very young people ... that this kind of conduct is appropriate," he said. As editor of two Jewish publications, I have interviewed victims of anti-Semitism and hate crimes. I have been a general target of anti-Semitic rhetoric and hateful comments, but nothing that targeted me so personally. Like many people who are not Jewish, I could never fully understand how it felt until now. Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas Woods opened his statement to the court on Wednesday with Martin Luther King, Jr.'s quote, "The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice." He also commented that many of the community members that Garza targeted have lost faith in that justice. Someone asked me if I was satisfied with Garza's sentence, and I honestly don't know. If Garza continues on the path away from the darkness that once enveloped his soul, it will be a win for our community. I would like to think that this may spark others to shun anti-Semitism and hate, but unfortunately, history shows us that there will always be that component in our society. What we have to do is make sure that our light shines brighter and to share another quote by Martin Luther King, Jr., "I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear."
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Twitter Expanding on an original post I wrote for the Analogies Project, I delve into the 5 am noises in the dark and their parallels to information security.
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IEAM Blog | Official blog for the journal Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management: Timely news, discussions, and thoughts Official blog for the journal Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management: Timely news, discussions, and thoughts
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Brittney Moses Brittney Moses is passionate about seeing this generation live on purpose. In June 2012 the Los Angeles native founded a worldwide organization called Unashamed
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CAC Beardsley Community Farm Beardsley Community Farm is an urban demonstration farm located in Knoxville, TN. Beardsley Farm is committed to ending food insecurity by empowering people through education.
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Life Transformation Coaching | To empower women to step out of the shadows of insecurity and arm them with the tools of self development, self belief and enoughness to elevate them to shine as the badass they always dreamed they could be.
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My English Shame "Shame is the most powerful, master emotion. It's the fear that we're not good enough." ~Brene Brown.~ English was my second language. My English was poor. I felt ashamed to speak in front of many people, many ridiculed me and many insincere friends befriended me only to feed on my insecurity. After  I have lost…
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Ride for Food | Ultimate Food Rescue Challenge | Three Squares New England Fighting Food Insecurity Since 2012 By Strengthening Hunger Relief Organizations in Massachusetts. Fundraising Events: The Ride for Food on Sunday, September 23, 2018; and The Ultimate Food Rescue Challenge on Tuesday, June 19, 2018. Registration opens May 1. Donate. Volunteer. Ride.
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Michael C. Platt – On a mission to end food insecurity. "I have the audacity to believe that peoples everywhere can have three meals a day for their bodies, education and culture for their minds and dignity, equality and freedom for their spirits." -Dr. Martin Luther King Tiny steps forward, a little more effort than before and progress, even when you're scared, creates epic change in…
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TRC#86 – TRC86 is a project undertaken by data journalism students at Seneca college to better understand and cover stories relating to Indigenous peoples and issues in Canada today. TRC86 refers to the 86th call to action in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s report, which calls on Canadian journalism schools to “require education for all students on the history of Aboriginal peoples, including the history and legacy of residential schools, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Treaties and Aboriginal rights, Indigenous law, and Aboriginal-Crown relations.” The multimedia projects presented on this site cover a wide range of topics including the loss of Indigenous languages, food insecurity in Indigenous communities, and the power of celebrity endorsements in Indigenous protests.
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Manhattan (NYC) Psychologist - Individual Therapy for Social Anxiety and Self-Confidence - Daniel Gaztambide, PsyD Insecurity can hurt your relationships. I help people learn the skills they need to overcome anxiety and improve their communication, especially with those closest to them. That way, you can avoid repeating shitty patterns, feel more confident expressing yourself, and build stronger, more secure relationships.
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The Fabric Social Supporting women facing conflict, displacement and insecurity.
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TYE OFFICIAL HOME - THE YOUNG ESCAPE Born and raised in Southern California, THE YOUNG ESCAPE delivers a fresh shot of indie pop with an energetic live show to match. Comprised of Ryan, McKenna, Kyrsten, and Luke Johns, the band’s debut singles “good life” and “neverfade” are an alchemy of modern pop sheen and sophisticated edge, carried to otherworldly heights by McKenna’s vocal. The band’s first two radio singles “good life” and “love me like you” secured #1 spots on the Hot AC Billboard chart. TYE speaks to the themes of insecurity, anxiety, and pressure facing every kid in the modern age with the hope and escape that’s found in the kinetic spirit of youth.

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