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Airfares Rise Owing to the Busy Travel Season Ahead




U.S. Airfares have risen up by now. Southwest Airlines, which has been hugely popular for resisting the rise in prices, have also increased the prices of 180,000 individual fares by $5 few days back. And this is the case with a lot of U.S. routes, for which there has been a hike of $5 earlier this week.

The hike by Southwest Airlines came as a shock to many. The airline analyst of J.P Morgan, Jamie Baker, shared, “We’ve never met a Southwest-blessed fare increase that didn’t ultimately stick at the industry level. Extensive matching has already occurred, including at Alaska, Delta and United.”

With the travel fares rising, companies are facing huge profits because this is a very busy travel season. People have not yet succumbed to the rise of fares, giving the companies a huge chance to make big. In addition to the companies, people are also finding great online travel business opportunity through the airlines industry as travel agents.

Hopper, a popular travel website that tracks airfares, predicted the average domestic round trip ticket to rise from $229 in April to $240 by June. Though the prices are rising, the overall airfare is still low as compared to the prices few years ago. And that has been providing people with major relief. Some major reasons that can be attributed to low prices over the years are intensive competition and expansion of ultra low cost carriers.

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Your 101 Guide to Support Incarcerated Women




Since the show ‘Orange is the New Black’ was released to the public, many people have been given an insight into what happens in prison life. And even though the characters might be fictitious, the happenings that go on within prisons are a complete replica of what actually happens in real-life prisons. 

Scarcity of hygiene products, pregnancy issues, poorly funded libraries, and lack of support from families and others regarding their cases is a nightmare that female inmates have to deal with every day. And women of color, LGBTQ+ inmates, and other inmates with disabilities tend to face the worse of these problems. 

So if you are disturbed by any of these occurrences that happen, you should know that there are a few ways you can help these women and reduce the number of issues they have to deal with. 

Physical Healthcare Approach 

For example, there are a few organizations you could approach. The American Civil Liberties Union is actively working to secure the rights to abortion, medical care, and healthy labor for pregnant inmates. The Minnesota Doula Project is a national prison training event that offers insight into smooth and healthy birth experiences. 

Legal Approach 

Suppose you want to provide female inmates with legal assistance. In that case, Northwestern University’s legal department tends to operate a program that deals with wrongfully convicted women in prison, and their Women’s Project highlights the ways women are often at a disadvantage when they are investigated or questioned in court. 

Donating Approach 

There are actually a number of organizations that work in order to gather many reading resources for women in prison. For example, Chicago Books to Women in Prison is an organization that takes book requests from women it services. Their website offers information on how you can donate books, including an Amazon wishlist that outlines current requests from the inmates and even helps in hosting your own volunteering and book drive. 

There are also additional contributions being made by business leaders such as Jamila Davis – a highly acclaimed African American entrepreneur, educator, motivational speaker, author, and prison reform activist. She is also the CEO of Black Women’s Lives Matter and the VIP Online Academy. 

While being in prison, she developed a self-help curriculum designed to enable incarcerated women to heal, recognize their potential and gain the ability to achieve their life goals. Seeing how successful her venture became, many other prison systems eventually adopted the curriculum throughout the United States. 

After leaving prison, she worked with her mother to establish Voices International Publications – a publishing company that produces books to inspire incarcerated women to make the most out of what they have. 

Moreover, she also co-founded Women Over Incarcerated, which is an advocacy group that fights sentence reforms for non-violent female federal offenders. Today, she is creating programs that are helping at-risk students to avoid prison, and using the formula she created through her research, she is now serving as a professor at the Seton Hall University and a researcher at Yale University. And she is also the CEO of Black Women’s Lives Matter, a non-profit organization that is set up to celebrate, highlight and give resources to black women.  

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