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Yefim Alekseev
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Hang in there, Baby is a popular catchphrase and motivational poster. There were several versions of the "Hang in There, Baby" poster, featuring a picture of a cat or kitten, hanging onto a stick, tree branch, pole or rope. The original poster featured a black and white photograph of a Siamese kitten clinging to a bamboo pole and was first published in late 1971 as a poster by Los Angeles photographer Victor Baldwin. It has since become a popular relic of the 1970s.




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Another copy of the kitten poster hangs in an outer office of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The vintage poster originally belonged to his father, former Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau.[8]


On February 18, 2021, the value investor Keith Gill was invited to testify on the GameStop short squeeze at the United States House Committee on Financial Services. During his appearance a version of this poster was hanging clearly visible behind him.


The scandal-plagued claimed in an interview with Newsmax on Thursday night that Independent Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona told him to "hang in there" after he was confronted by Republican Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah before the State of the Union address on Tuesday.


The exchange appears to have miffed Santos, who took to Twitter after the speech ended to remind Romney of his 2012 presidential election loss, and later told reporters the exchange "wasn't very Mormon" of Romney.


A 413th Flight Test Squadron HH-60W hangs in the anechoic chamber at the Joint Preflight Integration of Munitions and Electronic Systems hangar Jan. 6 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. The Whiskey entered the chamber for approximately seven weeks of defensive systems testing. The J-PRIMES anechoic chamber is a room designed to stop internal reflections of electromagnetic waves, as well as insulate from exterior sources of electromagnetic noise. J-PRIMES provides this environment to facilitate testing air-to-air and air-to-surface munitions and electronics systems on full-scale aircraft and land vehicles prior to open air testing. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)


A 413th Flight Test Squadron HH-60W hangs in the anechoic chamber at the Joint Preflight Integration of Munitions and Electronic Systems hangar Jan. 6 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. The Whiskey entered the chamber for approximately seven weeks of defense systems testing. The J-PRIMES anechoic chamber is a room designed to stop internal reflections of electromagnetic waves, as well as insulate from exterior sources of electromagnetic noise. J-PRIMES provides this environment to facilitate testing air-to-air and air-to-surface munitions and electronics systems on full-scale aircraft and land vehicles prior to open air testing. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)


A 413th Flight Test Squadron HH-60W hangs in the anechoic chamber at the Joint Preflight Integration of Munitions and Electronic Systems hangar Jan. 6 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. The Whiskey entered the chamber for approximately seven weeks of defense systems testing. The J-PRIMES anechoic chamber is a room designed to stop internal reflections of electromagnetic waves, as well as insulate from exterior sources of electromagnetic noise. J-PRIMES provides this environment to facilitate testing air-to-air and air-to-surface munitions and electronics systems on full-scale aircraft and land vehicles prior to open air testing. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)


Regarding personal factors, considerable attention has been paid to the aspect of individual resilience and the coping strategies adopted following trauma [25]. Positive coping strategies can be defined as behavioural and psychological efforts employed to overcome, tolerate or reduce the impact of stressful events and promote positive psychological outcomes. They act as protective factor against the development of post-traumatic stress and emotional distress symptoms, representing important resilience factors for the individual [26,27,28,29]. Emotional distress symptoms include physical symptoms, such as headaches, shortness of breath, feeling tired, sleeping disorders, and mental or behavioral symptoms, such as being more emotional than usual, feeling overwhelmed or on edge, trouble keeping track of things or remembering, trouble making decisions, solving problems, concentrating, getting work done. Individuals will be oriented toward better outcomes and predisposed to post-traumatic growth (PTG), characterized by an improvement in relationships with others, and a change in the vision they have of themselves and life [30,31]. Furthermore, various studies report how personality factors, such as extroversion, open-mindedness, sympathy, conscientiousness, self-efficacy, and optimism, allow rescuers to experience growth when associated with the right coping skills [32].


"Climate change is a global threat in itself and a massive multiplier of other threats," UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said recently at a high level meeting in Asia. "We must drastically raise our ambition ... Science demands it; the global economy needs it; and humanity depends on it."


UNICEF has long advocated for collective action to curb greenhouse gas emissions as a way to begin to counteract the effects of climate change. UNICEF has also reported extensively on how these effects disproportionately impact already disadvantaged children and families around the world.


The advancing sea around Kutubdia, a low-lying island off the coast of Bangladesh, swallowed Nurul Haque's farm, leaving him landless and impoverished. He now works as a day laborer, and says he may have to pull his 13-year-old daughter, Munni, out of school. "I don't really want to marry her off, because it's not good for girls, but I'm considering it," Haque says. While child marriage rates have declined worldwide, particularly in South Asia, families facing economic crises, compounded by climate change, often see no other way. UNICEF/UN0159775/Nybo


Top photo: A young boy hangs on to a ledge outside his flooded home in the San Julian district, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia. Extensive flooding, the result of heavy rains linked to climate change and the effects of La Niña, damaged or destroyed homes, schools, health facilities, roads and other vital infrastructure in many of the country's poorest communities, leaving tens of thousands of families in need of emergency assistance. UNICEF/UN0144148/Abramson


Still others have attempted to occupy a space between these positions by turning to participatory methods and discreet relational themes. Such practices appear uniquely equipped to raise questions that the dominant political sphere has preferred to ignore, turning attention to the ways that intimacy, alterity, affect, and the body structure national imaginaries in a changing world. By refusing to reproduce normative critique, furthermore, relational and participatory engagements offer to contest the terms of their own reception. They call for dialogical modes of interpretation, which account not only for the works themselves but the expansive social formations they generate.


The subversive tranquility performed by prohibited bodies in sites of national signification marks a continuity across varied landscapes and multiple generations of Chinese artists. Yet when transmitted to a global art public, the objects change considerably, their semantic appeal reduced to a mere recognition of China/East Asia/the Orient. So too the new national landscape of Chinese urbanisation. 041b061a72


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