brasil açores

As sementes lançadas pela visita do Governo começam a dar frutos:
O maior jornal de Santa Catarina arrancou esta semana com a maior campanha de divulgação dos Açores alguma vez realizada no Brasil 🇧🇷
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    Muitos

    parabéns

    pela iniciativa

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Unidades russas sofrem grandes perdas e abandonam a Ucrânia, revelam os serviços de informação militar britânicos | Guerra na Ucrânia | PÚBLICO

Ministério da Defesa britânico alerta para que é provável que a Rússia continue a compensar a sua reduzida capacidade de manobra terrestre com “artilharia maciça e ataques com mísseis”. Pentágono diz que movimentos russos consistem mais num reposici

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vacas irrequietas em são jorge

O barbeiro Abel ainda se lembra de sismos em que as paredes das casas caíam e, por isso, não está assustado. Mas Marco sente que estes sismos são diferentes e o comportamento das vacas demonstram-no.
Abel já viu coisas piores, Marco sente as vacas irrequietas e Lúcia continua a fazer pão. Em S. Jorge, a terra treme — mas eles não saem
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Abel já viu coisas piores, Marco sente as vacas irrequietas e Lúcia continua a fazer pão. Em S. Jorge, a terra treme — mas eles não saem
O barbeiro Abel ainda se lembra de sismos em que as paredes das casas caíam e, por isso, não está assustado. Mas Marco sente que estes sismos são diferentes e o comportamento das vacas demonstram-no.
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    Os animais sabem muito antes de nos… no dia e noite antes do sismo de 1998 no Faial so se ouviam as vacas e os caes… tenho fe que nao passe disto e acalme 🙏
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joan baez and zelensky

Joan Baez never imagined painting a portrait of a war hero.
But since Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine, she has been moved by the “unequivocal and astounding bravery” of its besieged president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, and has honored him with a portrait meant to convey the sadness of war, the resilience of the Ukrainian people and the desire for peace.
“If I were to meet Zelenskyy today, in the heat of the ghastly battle he has inherited, though I’m deeply saddened by the organized violence, I would have no advice, no judgment, only a humble salute to his monumental courage,” Joan says.
Surrounding the Ukrainian leader on the canvas are the blue and yellow colors of the Ukrainian flag, a spray of sunflowers and a pair of white storks, both official symbols of the Ukrainian nation. The president’s name is printed across the bottom in Cyrillic script. The portrait is being released in a limited-edition series of 250 prints signed and numbered by the artist. Priced at $500 plus shipping and handling, the archival pigment print is 23”x16 3/8” on paper generously donated by the Legion Paper Company.
All sales go the International Medical Corps, which has teams inside Ukraine and in the surrounding region that are providing desperately needed medical and mental health services as well as working to aid refugees.
Since the invasion, more than 4 million refugees have been forced to flee Ukraine. That tragedy, Joan says, “reminds us of the less publicized struggles in countries where deadly strife has also resulted in millions of displaced people.”
While the war rages on, she dedicates the Zelenskyy portrait to the Ukrainians who have engaged in nonviolent resistance – standing in the path of Russian tanks, confronting invading troops with the truth about this unjust war and engaging in countless acts of compassion and respect for human life.
“There are the reports that bring us heart and a way to work through our grief,” she says. “This painting honors their courage as well.”
Since retiring from touring, the iconic folksinger and activist has devoted herself to her visual art, painting portraits of inspirational people who have brought about nonviolent social change. They have been shown in two exhibitions, “Mischief Makers,” at the Seager Gray Gallery in Mill Valley, California.
Before he was elected president in 2019, Zelenskyy was a popular comedian and actor who once appeared on the Ukrainian production of “Dancing with the Stars.” A devoted dancer herself, Joan longs for the time when the light-footed president feels free enough to dance once again.
Purchase your print here: https://bit.ly/JoanBaez_Ukraine
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