‘Share tables’ help keep kids from going hungry and reduce food waste in schools across the US. When schools set up share tables in their lunchrooms, anyone can leave their unopened food and drinks on the table instead of throwing them away, other kids can stop by and take whatever they’d like, and the leftovers are usually donated to food banks or used in after-school programs. (, )
The Beatles refused to play in front of segregated audiences. It was written as a stipulation in their contracts, and at a 1964 concert in Jacksonville, FL, John Lennon said: “We never play to segregated audiences and we aren’t going to start now. I’d sooner lose our appearance money.” (, )