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have been the source of several complaints.Isaiah’s family is now planning his funeral set for Thursday. said it could take months and even years to identify the remains. Cases of co-mingled remains are the most difficult because they require identifying which skeletal fragments belong to the same person said Luis Fondebrider president of the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team a non-governmental group that applies forensic science to investigate human rights violations The degree that bones have broken down is also important and deterioration such as from being under soil can affect whether DNA can be recovered he said Remains that North Korea has handed over in the past have not always been identifiable as US troops despite the dog tags North Korea handed over with them according to a 1994 RAND Corporation research report Between 1990 and 1992 North Korea returned 46 sets of remains according to the report "With no exception every North Korean claim associated with human remains has shown to be false For example these 46 sets are actually fragments of more than 70 individuals" the report said Forensic analyses suggested none were American the report said Richard Downes whose father went missing in the Korean War and is president of the Coalition of Families of Korean & Cold War POW/MIAs was optimistic the Trump-Kim summit would lead to the return of more remains "But we’ve seen this before and that was words on a paper and promises made so now we have to see action" he said A more effective way of repatriating remains is to have a joint mission between US researchers and the North Korean military Downes said The United States conducted joint recovery operations from 1996 to 2005 That method enabled US researchers to keep the remains more intact and to glean clues from their surroundings About 7700 US military personnel still remain unaccounted for from the 1950-53 Korean War US military data show More than 36500 US troops died in the conflict (Additional reporting by Idrees Ali; editing by Yara Bayoumy and Cynthia Osterman) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed A 12-year-old boy who was shot by police after they mistook his replica airsoft gun for a real gun died Sunday police said Officers responded on Saturday afternoon to a call about someone waving around a gun at a Cleveland playground Clevelandcom reports The caller told police that gun was likely not real and that the person was “probably a juvenile” but those comments were never relayed to the officers who responded “There is a guy with a pistol it’s probably fake but he’s pointing it at everyone” the caller says in a recording of the 911 call released by police USA Today reports Police reportedly fired two shots; the boy was hit in the torso and underwent surgery on Saturday A hospital spokesperson confirmed Sunday that the boy had since died The police department said in a statement that an orange marker that typically appears on toy guns to distinguish them from real guns was missing Two police officers have been placed on administrative leave NBC reports Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office is investigating along with the Cleveland police [Cleveland] Write to Nolan Feeney at [email protected] Once in Hawaii we were insulated from some of the political issues Once or twice The late musician is also featured on TIME’s front cover this week people who stand up to him At home Indian sport has a knack of producing order out of chaos and there’s Hale & Hearty though it recently moved to support Apple Pay (Starbucks’ mobile app is admittedly pretty great In a Bloomberg Politics poll released Wednesday said on Friday the MIT/Harvard solution involves pairing a rubidium atom (a metal) with a photon facilitate quantum computing operations down the road"She persisted""Anarchy is female""Solidarite feminine""Feminism: Back by popular demand"The feminist T-shirt is having a moment Fueled by people who want to express their support for women’s rights at marches — but also at work out for dinner on Instagram — the shirts are growing in popularity and power Sure luxury brand Dior is selling a $700 feminist tee but the trend is rooted in a $30 unisex shirt from the Los Angeles shop Otherwild "The Future Is Female" the shirt declaresMinnesota artists and designers are creating some of the more popular designs using the T-shirts to raise money for nonprofits focused on women’s health and equality They’re also gathering around the messages hosting printing workshops and discussions"I think this activism zeitgeist just overlapped with a renewed interest in graphic tees as a medium for artists and designers" said Minneapolis designer Maddy Nye "Of course it’s only a T-shirt but it’s contributing to a larger paradigm shift in awareness and action"Protest art and imagery hangs from the walls of Nye’s sunny home studio For her "Matriarch" shirt Nye used a bulbous typeface that "had its heyday during the environmental and women’s movements in the 1970s" she said "but I like to use it in a contemporary context"So with just one word the design asks questions about what’s changed since then — and what hasn’t Some people have bought Nye’s tees for their mothers women who fought earlier battlesAngie Toner is "not shy" about being a feminist But working in the beauty industry a few years back she had conversation after conversation with women who eschewed that label It got her thinking about the backlash against the word the movement Then she came across a photograph of a woman holding a sign: "Feminism: Back by popular demand""I need a sign like that" she decided if only to hang on her wall Toner asked local sign painter Phil Vandervaart to draw the design "The drawing was so great" she said "that I was like you know what I’d like to move this around"So she printed it onto T-shirts and bags at Gee Teez a screen printing shop in south Minneapolis and put them on Etsy in 2015: "A Grassroots Feminist Fashion Action" she calls it Orders poured in Since then Toner has tried to quit the project a few times to move on to new things "But I’ve kept it going because anytime I try to let it fade out someone will reach out" she saidThe day after President Donald Trump was elected Toner gave the shirts away on the street Orders again filled her inboxPolitics and protests are inspiring big retailers to print "Feminist" on cheap totes and plastic jewelry But it’s also fueling local artists and small companies’ longer-standing projects My Sister a Minneapolis-based company that uses "sweatshop-free" clothing to help fight sex trafficking has been around for two years raising $93000 over that timeBeyond the money the messages themselves tackle gender inequality one of trafficking’s "root causes" said Mandy Multerer the company’s co-founder and CEO "Stop Traffick" is the benefit corporation’s bestseller she said but in recent months a tank is trending "It’s my body" the shirt reads on one side outlining the shape of a breast "It’s my choice""I think women feel strong when they wear it" Multerer said‘It’s all correct’ The image came to Crystal Quinn one night as she was falling asleepThe Minneapolis-based artist had been reading "The Dispossessed" a 1974 science-fiction novel by Ursula Le Guin turning over one of its ideas in her head: Because our culture is a patriarchy run by men then the opposition inherently must be femaleThat night the idea merged with a classic protest sign: the abortion-rights slogan "Keep Abortion Legal" in bold typeface within a circle"I just put those two together in a very natural way" said QuinnShe got out of bed and started drawing The result: "Anarchy is female" in ’70s script pushing up against the black circle containing it"Putting it on T-shirts was the first thought I had" said Quinn partly because she appreciates how like those sold at concerts they reference a specific moment The design has since landed on mugs buttons and as women marched after the election protest signs In January Quinn co-hosted a workshop for protesters to print the image"When I came up with the design it had nothing to do with politics at all or Hillary Clinton" said Quinn a multidisciplinary artist who has designed and made shoes pompoms and postersBut she has loved seeing how and where it’s popped up — the conversations it has started "People have used it in so many different ways" she said "and it’s all correct"While some sketched their designs long before last year’s election others were spurred by it: A peach T-shirt for sale at Mille a stunning south Minneapolis boutique with a national online following grew out of a post election conversation between owner Michelle LeBlanc and designer Nye"After the election we were kind of devastated" LeBlanc said "What can we do to be more active What can we do to give back more"Half the proceeds from the "Solidarite feminine" shirt which translates to "women solidarity" goes to Planned Parenthood Already the shop has donated $2000 to the health care nonprofit Money from a second T-shirt — which quotes Michelle Obama’s "Go high" in bubbly typeface — goes to DonorsChoose a nonprofit that allows donors to pick projects in public schools"Sometimes the kids write thank-you notes" said LeBlanc whose shop focuses on female designers Whenever the women at the shop are feeling down they pull them out she said "Oh let’s read through our letters"‘She persisted’ For Chelsea Brink the donations made the differenceThe freelance designer and art director had supplied the hand-lettering — "a fancier version of my own handwriting" — for a "She persisted" tattoo party that accidentally went public then viral In February more than 100 women and a couple of men lined up at a Minneapolis tattoo shop to get the quote referencing an attempt to silence Sen Elizabeth Warren inked on their bodies Women worldwide followed suit turning Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s words into protestBut when one of her friends requested a less-than-permanent version of the design Brink hesitated"I have mixed feelings about the whole T-shirt-message culture" she said "What are we really doing here and what kind of difference are we actually making"But the ability to donate convinced her Profits from her "She persisted" shirt have gone to the Malala Fund She Should Run and the National Women’s Law Center Brink chose organizations focused on equality but that aren’t aligned with a particular political party she said: "I wanted it to be as inclusive as possible"In the end Brink has appreciated that a little lettering has caused people to think about big issues: tolerance inclusion equality "If one person sees it and is affected by it" she said "that makes a huge difference to me"The Forum Communications News Service is the premier news wire service covering the Upper Midwest including the Dakotas Minnesota and Wisconsin In addition to breaking and enterprise news we offer a wide variety of sports features business agriculture outdoors and opinion content For more information about the services we offer or to discuss content subscriptions please contact usriding in helicopters 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