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2013-11-13 12:23:21

'All children deserve the chance to succeed, but right now millions don't get one,' says the passionate advocate and mom WASHINGTON, Nov. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Drawing on her experience advocating for early education programs across the country, Save the Children Artist Ambassador Jennifer Garner helped launch bipartisan legislation on Capitol Hill Wednesday that would dramatically expand early learning opportunities in America....

2012-10-03 23:03:59

Shriver will discuss his new book, “A Good Man, Rediscovering My Father Sargent Shriver” Nashville, TN (PRWEB) October 02, 2012 Nashville Public Library presents Mark Shriver Oct. 11 at 12:30 p.m. at Nashville Public Library on 615 Church Street. A year after the legendary Sargent “Sarge” Shriver succumbed to Alzheimer´s, his son Mark Shriver wrote a memoir about the man who made such contributions to history as founding the Peace Corps, Head Start, and serving...

2009-09-24 16:21:00

Speech: "Meeting the Unique Needs of Children in Disasters" WASHINGTON, Sept. 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Mark K. Shriver, chairman of the National Commission on Children and Disasters and vice president for Save the Children, will join with Craig Fugate, administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, to preview a report to President Barack Obama and Congress that proposes new strategies to meet the unique needs of children affected by disasters. Shriver and Fugate will...

2009-06-22 08:00:00

Shriver to Present First Annual Governor & First Lady's Medals for Service, Join CaliforniaVolunteers to Build First Fully Intergenerational Playground in the Country, and Participate in Conference's Opening General Session SAN FRANCISCO, June 22 /PRNewswire/ -- California First Lady Maria Shriver will continue her dedication to encouraging all Californians to serve their communities today by presenting the first annual Governor and First Lady's Medals for Service, joining 500 volunteers...

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2009-02-18 06:50:00

US scientists report that the smallest amount of DNA found at a crime scene could help reveal the face of the criminal. The new process called "Ëœforensic molecular photofitting' goes far beyond doing an identity-proving genetic fingerprint. Dr Mark Shriver from Pennsylvania State University said the process would allow forensic experts to reconstruct facial features and skin with the help of DNA. It maps the genes that are linked to skin pigmentation and facial structure....