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Fierce female skydiving team celebrates women, 19th Amendment with jump into N.J. institute (PHOTOS)

Four women descended from a Cessna 182 flying 5,000 feet above the Alice Paul Institute Saturday to celebrate the centennial anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed women’s right to vote.



a close up of smoke: Keri Bell, of Shelton, Washington, a member of the all-female Highlight Pro Skydiving Team, performs above the Alice Paul Institute in Mount Laurel in celebration of the anniversary of women's suffrage, Saturday, Oct. 10, 2020. The passage of the 19th Amendment in 1920 guaranteed women the right to vote.


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Keri Bell, of Shelton, Washington, a member of the all-female Highlight Pro Skydiving Team, performs above the Alice Paul Institute in Mount Laurel in celebration of the anniversary of women’s suffrage, Saturday, Oct. 10, 2020. The passage of the 19th Amendment in 1920 guaranteed women the right to vote.

Kaz Sheekey, Amy Chmelecki, Sara Curtis and Keri Bell, members of the all-female Highlight Pro Skydiving Team, performed a fast-moving but spectacular aerial display, sporting flags and trailing smoke in purple, white and yellow — suffragist colors symbolizing loyalty, purity and hope — as they soared through the hazy

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Brigham, Broad Institute team to test 10,000 people in at-home coronavirus study called TestBoston

Officials said the study will seek to detect active coronavirus cases, evidence of previous infections, and changes in the rates of both in a representative group of 10,000 Brigham patients consistent with the demographics of Greater Boston.

Over the course of six months, the statement said, study participants will get monthly at-home kits for viral and anti-body testing. They’ll also complete routine symptom surveys and will be able to seek additional testing should they develop symptoms, officials said.

Ongoing study results, the statement said, could reveal “critical clues” and warning signs about how COVID-19 cases are changing in the Boston area, while also helping researchers set up a model for at-home sample collection that’s “integrated” within a medical and public health system.

In addition, the study will help clinicians learn more about whether prior infection protects someone from future reinfection, according to the statement.

TestBoston will be led by Dr.

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Brookland Jewelry Launches “Unity Makes Strength Campaign” Benefitting the Arthur Ashe Institute of Urban Health

NEW YORK, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Located in Brooklyn and dedicated to giving back to its borough, Brookland Jewelry has created a collection of pendants and rings that reflects the Brooklyn motto, “In Unity There is Strength.”  The collection offers 14kt and sterling silver jewelry choices starting at $225.

25% of the sales from the “Unity Makes Strength” collection will be donated to organizations that are working to improve the lives of others. The inaugural campaign launches this Fall in collaboration with the Arthur Ashe Institute of Urban Health and runs through January 1, 2021.

On December 3, 1992, two months before his death from AIDS, USTA champion Arthur Ashe announced the creation of the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health (AAIUH) in response to concerns about health care delivery in urban

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