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vrename <filename_or_directory>...

DESCRIPTION

Vpm uses a three step process. First, use

This reads the specified files, or all files below the specified directory, and creates a signals.vrename file.

Now, edit the signals.vrename file manually to specify the new signal names. Then, use

The comment /*ENCRYPT_ME*/ must be included in all files that need to be encrypted, or use the --cryptall flag. If a signal should not be encrypted, it can simply be set in the signals.vrename list to be changed to itself. After encrypting, you may want to save the signals.vrename file so you have a key for decoding, and also so that it may be used for the next encryption run. When used in this way for the next encryption run, only new signals will get new encryptions, all other encryptions will be encrypted the same.

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Copyright 2000-2016 by Wilson Snyder. This package is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either the GNU Lesser General Public License Version 3 or the Perl Artistic License Version 2.0.

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Like variables, wires are named containers for values. They are usually stateless (meaning that they must be constantly driven or they will forget their value) and are generally used for connectivity (passing values between components).

There are two basic kinds of wires: continuous and discrete-event. Continuous wires and are available in Verilog-A and Verilog-AMS and are declared with a discipline . Discrete-event wires are available in Verilog and Verilog-AMS.

Nets are collections of wire segments that communicate signal values between components in a system. As such, they span more than one component. Nets pierce the boundary of a component through ports. Ports are declared in a module, at which point they are given a name and a direction. Thus, the names used to refer to each wire segment of a net are generally different in each of the components that the net traverses. For example, consider a slightly modified version of the D flip flop given in Overview :

In this example, there are two nets, clk and out . clk is explicitly declared as a wire in dff_tb . out is not explicitly declared. Notice that clk from dff_tb also happens to be referred to as clk in FF1 , however out is referred to as both q and d within FF1 .

Several wires may be bundled into a bus. All buses must be declared. You can declare a bus by giving the bounds of the indices of the members of the bus. For example, the following represents one way of declaring a 16-bit bus:

The bounds must be constants (derived from number literals or parameters). Unless otherwise specified, the value of a bus is treated as an unsigned number. Add the keyword signed to declare a bus whose value is treated as a signed (twos complement) number:

An individual wire in a bus can be accessed using brackets. To get a single element from a bus, put a single index in the brackets. For example, to get the leftmost wire in bus, use bus[0]. To pull out consecutive elements of a bus to create a sub-bus give the upper and lower bounds of the desired indices and separate them with a colon. For example bus[7:4] creates a 4-bit bus by pulling out wires 7, 6, 5, and 4 from bus. If the elements are not consecutive, you can enumerate the desired indices within braces. For example, bus[{15,13,11,9,7,5,3,1}] creates a sub-bus that consists of all the members of bus that have odd indices.

Discrete-Event Wires 

The values on discrete-event wires are piecewise constant, meaning that they are constant until they change, and which point the value changes abruptly (in zero time) and then is constant again until the next change.

Discrete-event wires are driven (given values) using either continuous assign statement or by connecting them to an output port of a module. For example, the following code declares a wire and implements a nand function with a continuous assign statement:

It is possible to both declare and assign a value to a wire in one statement:

Several types of discrete-event wires are available.

wire, tri 

wire and tri are synonymous, meaning that the two names signify the same underlying wire type. Two names are available as a way of allowing the user to describe the intent of the system. Generally use of tri is recommended if multiple drivers are expected to drive the net. In this case you are intending that each driver acts as a tri-state driver. Another way of saying this is that tri is recommended if you intend to explicitly drive a z on to the wire. Otherwise use of wire is recommended.

Conflicts on a wire or tri net result in the wire resolving to a value of x , as shown in the following table:

wire/tri 0 1 x z 0 0 x x 0 1 x 1 x 1 x x x x x z 0 1 x z

This is the default wire type. If a wire is created without it being declared, it is taken to be a wire .

wand, triand 

A wand or triand wire creates a wired and connection, meaning that if driven with a 0 the wire resolves to 0 even if it is also being driven with a different value, as shown in the following table.

wand/triand 0 1 x z 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 x 1 x 0 x x x z 0 1 x z

wor, trior 

A wor or trior wire creates a wired or connection, meaning that if driven with a 1 the wire resolves to 1 even if it is also being driven with a different value, as shown in the following table.

wor/trior 0 1 x z 0 0 1 x 0 1 1 1 1 1 x x 1 x x z 0 1 x z

A trireg wire remember its state when driven with a z. It acts as a simple wire if with driven by 0, 1, or x, but when driven with a z it retains the value it had before it was driven with a z.

A tri0 wire acts as a resistive pulldown , meaning that it will resolve to 0 if driven with a z.

tri0 0 1 x z 0 0 x x 0 1 x 1 x 1 x x x x x z 0 1 x 0

A tri1 wire acts as a resistive pullup , meaning that it will resolve to 1 if driven with a z.

tri1 0 1 x z 0 0 x x 0 1 x 1 x 1 x x x x x z 0 1 x 1

A supply0 wire always resolves to 0 in normal situations (it will be 0 unless driven to another value with a force statement).

A supply1 wire always resolves to 1 in normal situations (it will be 1 unless driven to another value with a force statement).

The value of wreal wires are real numbers. wreal wires are available only in Verilog-AMS.

Continuous Wires 

The values on continuous wires are continuously varying, meaning that even though their values are computed by the simulator at discrete points in time, the value can be constantly changing between those points. Continuous wires represent nodes in the circuit. A node is assumed to be a infinitesimal point of interconnection. There are two physical quantities (natures) associated with nodes, the potential and the flow. Because nodes are assumed to be infinitely small, the potential everywhere on a node is assumed to be the same, and the flow enter a node always sums to zero. As such, continuous wires (nodes) satisfy Kirchhoff’s laws.

A discipline must be specified for a continuous wire if the potential or flow on a wire are accessed. The discipline controls what type of signals the wire represents, ex. electrical, mechanical, rotational, optical, thermal, etc. The most commonly used discipline is electrical . electrical is a conservative discipline, meaning that provides access to both the potential (voltage) and flow (current) of the wire. To declare an electrical wire, you would use:

It is not necessary to declare simple scalar wires, so this is often shortened to:

Two other commonly used disciplines are voltage and current . These are both signal-flow disciplines, meaning that they provide access to one of the two signals that could be associated with a continuous wire, either the potential or the flow, but not both. Of course, voltage provides access to the potential and current to the flow. You may freely interconnect wires with electrical , voltage and current disciplines.

The reference or ground node can be accessed by using the ground statement to give it a name that can be used within a module. One may only declare a node to be ground once it has been declared to be a node with a particular discipline.

vrename - change signal names across many Verilog files

DESCRIPTION

Vrename will allow a signal to be changed across all levels of the design hierarchy, or to create a cross reference of signal names. (It actually includes module names, macros, and other definitions, so those can be changed too.)

Vpm uses a three step process. First, use

This reads the specified files, or all files below the specified directory, and creates a signals.vrename file.

Now, edit the signals.vrename file manually to specify the new signal names. Then, use

Note that in the signals.vrename file any signal names including special characters must follow Verilog naming rules in that they must be escaped with a leading backslash and trailing space. Vrename will attempt to preserve spacing when changing escaped to non-escaped names and vice-versa, however in some cases extra whitespace may be inserted to ensure proper downstream parsing.

vrename takes the following arguments:

Displays this message and program version and exits.

Displays program version and exits.

Take the signals file signals.vrename in the current directory and change the signals in the design as specified by the signals file. Either --list or --change must be specified.

Use the given filename instead of "signals.vrename".

Include in the signals.vrename file the template needed to change the language standard for the file. For the first run, use "--list --changelang" and --language to specify the file's original language, then rerun with the "--change" option. The files will get escaped identifiers for the most recent Verilog standard. For example with --language 1364-2005, "do" will become "\do ".

With --list, randomize the signal renames. With --change, compress spaces and comments and apply those renames listed in the file (presumably created with vrename --list --crypt).

The comment /*ENCRYPT_ME*/ must be included in all files that need to be encrypted, or use the --cryptall flag. If a signal should not be encrypted, it can simply be set in the signals.vrename list to be changed to itself. After encrypting, you may want to save the signals.vrename file so you have a key for decoding, and also so that it may be used for the next encryption run. When used in this way for the next encryption run, only new signals will get new encryptions, all other encryptions will be encrypted the same.

As with --crypt, but put cryptic names into signals.vrename even if the file does not include ENCRYPT_ME. Generally you will then need to edit the signals.vrename file manually to exclude any top level signals that should be preserved.

Include keywords in the renaming list. Default is to ignore keywords, as changing a keyword will probably result in unrunnable code, however, occasionally it may be necessary to rename signals which happen to match the name of keywords recently added to the language (such as 'bit').

Set the language standard for the files. This determines which tokens are signals versus keywords, such as the ever-common "do" (data-out signal, versus a do-while loop keyword).

Create a list of signals in the design and write to signals.vrename. Either --list or --change must be specified.

Don't write the actual changes, just report the files that would be changed.

Use the given directory for output instead of the current directory.

Read the changes list, allows --list to append to the changes already read.

Include a cross reference of where the signals are used. --list must also be specified.

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Copyright 2000-2024 by Wilson Snyder. This package is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either the GNU Lesser General Public License Version 3 or the Perl Artistic License Version 2.0.

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Boy Scouts of America will change its name to Scouting America in an effort to be more inclusive

IRVING, Texas — The  Boy Scouts of America  is changing its name for the first time in its 114-year history and will become Scouting America. It’s a significant shift as the organization emerges from bankruptcy following a flood of sexual abuse claims and seeks to focus on inclusion.

The organization steeped in tradition has made seismic changes after decades of turmoil, from finally allowing gay youth to welcoming girls throughout its ranks. With an eye on increasing flagging membership numbers, the Irving, Texas-based organization announced the name change Tuesday at its annual meeting in Florida.

“In the next 100 years we want any youth in America to feel very, very welcome to come into our programs,” Roger Krone,  who took over last fall as president and chief executive officer,  said in an interview before the announcement.

The organization began  allowing gay youth in 2013  and ended a blanket ban on  gay adult leaders in 2015.  In 2017, it made the historic  announcement that girls  would be accepted as Cub Scouts as of 2018 and into the flagship Boy Scout program —  renamed Scouts BSA  — in 2019.

Nearly 1,000 young women were in the  inaugural class of female Eagle Scouts  in 2021, including Selby Chipman. The all-girls troop she was a founding member of in her hometown of Oak Ridge, North Carolina, has grown from five girls to nearly 50, and she thinks the name change will encourage even more girls to realize they can join.

“Girls were like: ‘You can join Boy Scouts of America?’” said Chipman, now a 20-year-old college student and assistant scoutmaster of her troop.

Within days of the announcement that girls would be allowed, Bob Brady went to work. A father of two girls and a proud Eagle Scout himself, the New Jersey attorney eagerly formed an all-girls troop. At their first weekend gathering with other troops, the boys were happy to have the girls involved but some adult leaders seemed concerned, he recalled. Their worries seemed to melt away as soon as the girls led a traditional cheer around the campfire.

“You could see a change in the attitude of some of the doubters who weren’t sure and they realized, wait, these kids are exactly the same, they just happen to have ponytails,” said Brady. His daughters are among the 13 girls in his troop and 6,000 girls nationwide who have achieved the vaunted Eagle Scout rank.

Like other organizations, the scouts  lost members during the pandemic,  when participation was difficult. After a highpoint over the last decade of over 2 million members in 2018, the organization currently services just over 1 million youths, including more than 176,000 girls and young women. Membership peaked in 1972 at almost 5 million.

The move by the Boy Scouts to accept girls throughout their ranks strained a bond with the Girl Scouts of the USA, which sued, saying it created marketplace confusion and  damaged their recruitment efforts . They reached a settlement agreement after a judge  rejected those claims , saying both groups are free to use words like “scouts” and “scouting.”

While camping remains an integral activity for the Boy Scouts, the organization offers something for everyone today, from high adventures to merit badges for robotics and digital technology, Krone said: “About anything kids want to do today, they can do in a structured way within the scouting program.”

The Boy Scouts’ $2.4 billion  bankruptcy reorganization plan  took effect last year, allowing the organization to keep operating while compensating the more than 80,000 men who say they were sexually abused as children while scouting.

Merit badges and a rainbow-colored neckerchief slider on a Boy Scout uniform

Angelique Minett, the first female chairperson of Scouts BSA, gets excited about the future of scouting when she sees the about 20-person youth council from across the United States help guide the program by raising issues important to them, like sustainability, and things that they’d like to see changed, like the fit on some of the uniforms.

“When we think scouts we think knots and camping, but those are a means to an end,” Minett said. “We are actually teaching kids a much bigger thing. We are teaching them how to have grit, and we’re teaching them life skills and we’re teaching them how to be good leaders.”

The organization won’t officially become Scouting America until Feb. 8, 2025, the organization’s 115th birthday. But Krone said he expects people will start immediately using the name.

“It sends this really strong message to everyone in America that they can come to this program, they can bring their authentic self, they can be who they are and they will be welcomed here,” Krone said.

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A Virginia county board votes to restore Confederates' names to schools

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Mountain View High School will soon be known by its former name: Stonewall Jackson High School. The Shenandoah County School Board voted 5-1 to once again honor the Confederate general, whose name was originally attached to the school during the battle over racial segregation. Google Maps/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

Mountain View High School will soon be known by its former name: Stonewall Jackson High School. The Shenandoah County School Board voted 5-1 to once again honor the Confederate general, whose name was originally attached to the school during the battle over racial segregation.

The Shenandoah County School Board in Virginia will restore the names of Confederate generals Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, Robert E. Lee and Turner Ashby to two local schools. The controversial reversal comes nearly four years after the names were changed.

Mountain View High School will revert to its former name, Stonewall Jackson High School, and Honey Run Elementary School will go back to being Ashby-Lee Elementary School.

The board approved the change by a 5-1 vote, with supporters saying the Confederate figures' names had been taken off the schools in 2020 in a "knee-jerk" reaction amid protests of George Floyd's murder by police. But opponents — including some current students — warned the board that the Confederate names would brand the schools and their county as a haven for backward, racist thinking.

Debate over changing the name began last month. As member station WMRA reports, it was the second attempt to restore the names, after a failed try in 2022.

At the contentious and lengthy meeting saw, advocates from both sides drew raucous cheers and ovations from their supporters. The public session started around 7 p.m. ET Thursday and stretched into the early hours of Friday.

Here's what the students said

A handful of students attended the meeting, including several who said the current names represent inclusion and progress and should be kept.

"School board minutes from 1959 reveal that the decision to name our school after Stonewall Jackson was a product of massive resistance," said student Pria Dua, referring to an era when Virginia's leaders were aggressively fighting attempts to racially integrate the state's schools.

Like some of the other students who spoke, Dua attends classes at Mountain View High School as part of her curriculum at the Massanutten Regional Governor's School (a program that draws students from several school systems).

"I acknowledge that the community has been left divided and unhappy over the initial name change," Dua said. But, she asked the board, "By taking this step backward in 2024, what foot are we putting forward? What legacy are you leaving behind for my generation to inherit?"

Another student, Eden Shelhamer, criticized the board for investing time and energy into what she called a "clearly divisive argument" at the expense of important issues, while also seeming to refuse to consider students' opinions.

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"The fact that this discussion is receiving a disproportionately vast amount of attention from the county deeply disappoints me," she said, "and leads me to wonder whether we are operating in the interests of our students or the preservation of our parents' pride."

Aliyah Ogle, a Black eighth grader and athlete who plays three sports for Mountain View High School, spoke about the possibility of having to compete under Stonewall Jackson's name.

"I would have to represent a man that fought for my ancestors to be slaves," she said, adding that she would feel as if she's being disrespectful both to her ancestors and her family's values.

"It is your job to make our schools a place where all students are valued and respected," Ogle said. She later added, "If this board decides to restore the names, I would not feel like I was valued and respected and you would not be doing your job."

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Other students spoke in favor of changing the schools' names.

"My last name goes back six generations of conservative farmers in this county," senior Trey Heishman said, adding that his family — and he himself — have paid their taxes.

Heishman said he is poised to graduate from Mountain View — but, he added, "I'm hoping that my fellow friends who are juniors at the school can see that the name has been changed and that they can graduate under SJHS."

Carter Heishman, an eighth grader who is an athlete and a member of Future Farmers of America, also asked the board to restore the Stonewall Jackson name.

"I would like to wear a name that I'm proud of," he said. "Not only do I want to have my FFA jacket say Stonewall as I enter high school, but I would also love to have my jerseys — which I wear all year round — say Stonewall."

Invoking a long and complicated history

Residents speaking in favor of reverting to the Confederate names included Stuart Didawick, who noted that his family's roots run deep in the community, where his ancestors received land grants in the decades before the American Revolution.

"When you vote on the name restorations, will you listen to the opinions of woke outsiders who have for the most part no ties to the land, the history, or the culture of this county?" Didawick asked the board members. "Or will you listen to the voices of the people who elected you to represent them, the people whose families built and have sustained this county for generations?"

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Judge allows the removal of a Confederate memorial at Arlington Cemetery

"We are the majority," Didawick said, "that's the way government works."

He added, "This board has a moral and ethical obligation to the citizens you represent to undo the dirtiest, most underhanded political stunt in the history of Shenandoah County politics."

But another citizen who spoke up was Stephanie Bullock Smith, a Black woman who graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School in 1983. It's time to move on, she told the board.

"Please do not go back in history," she said. "We don't need that. Our children don't need that either."

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Several board members who supported reverting the names back to their Confederate eponyms said that in the debate over the legacy of slavery and racism, critics have seemingly ignored school buildings that still bear the names of historic figures who owned enslaved people — including the namesake of Peter Muhlenberg Middle School, where Thursday's meeting convened.

"So I think all of this was politically driven," board member Michael Rickard said.

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Board members said they've received hundreds of emails from constituents about the names. Rickard held up a stack of what he said were around 260 emails.

"I had 118 of you vote to keep the names the way they are," he said. "But I had 144 of you ask to restore the names."

Kyle Gutshall, the board's vice chairman who also attends James Madison University, was the only member to vote against restoring the Confederate names.

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The naming question, he said, is "clearly a very difficult and divisive matter that we've been on now for 2 to 4 years."

"Things like this really come down to perspective and, and how you view things," he said.

"Two years ago when I voted to change the name back, the outcome and the feedback that I received was quite different," Gutshall said. But, he added, as time has gone on, it seems some of his constituents no longer care as strongly about the issue.

"Ultimately, for me, it's a very tough decision," he said, describing efforts to get public feedback. While he has his own beliefs on the matter, Gutshall said that his district "has been overwhelmingly in support of retaining the names the way they are."

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Boy Scouts of America to Change Its Name to Scouting America

The organization, which is battling bankruptcy and sexual abuse claims, said the rebrand was part of an effort to be more inclusive and welcome all members of America’s youth.

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By Claire Moses

The Boy Scouts of America, grappling with a bankruptcy and widespread accusations of sexual abuse, will change its name to Scouting America in an effort to become more inclusive, the organization announced on Tuesday.

The new name will go into effect on Feb. 8, 2025, which will be its 115th anniversary, the organization said.

The renaming is part of a wider rebranding effort by the organization to appeal to girls, as well as a response to longstanding critiques of its lack of inclusivity.

“In the next 100 years we want any youth in America to feel very, very welcome to come into our programs,” Roger Krone, the organization’s president and chief executive, told The Associated Press .

In February, the Supreme Court cleared the way for a $2.4 billion plan to settle sex abuse lawsuits against the Boy Scouts of America. The Boy Scouts settlement involves more than 82,000 claims of childhood sexual abuse .

The organization already dropped the word “boy” from its namesake program in 2018, after announcing plans to admit girls. At that time, the Boy Scouts of America said that girls would be able to earn the highest rank of Eagle Scout.

Since then, the organization has admitted 176,000 girls across its programs, and more than 6,000 of them have earned the rank of Eagle Scout, the Boy Scouts of America said in a statement.

In 2020, the organization announced a “diversity and inclusion” merit badge and made earning it a requirement for becoming an Eagle Scout. In 2013, it ended its longstanding policy of barring openly gay youths from activities.

Paul Mones, a lawyer for many plaintiffs in the Boy Scouts sexual abuse cases, said that the name change was largely an attempt by the organization to change the conversation from the bankruptcy and sexual abuse claims. “That’s my gut on what the purpose of it is,” he said in a phone conversation. Another reason for the rebrand, he said, is the organization’s dwindling membership numbers.

The Boy Scouts of America is based in Texas and was incorporated in 1910. Membership numbers plunged during the pandemic , which added to existing legal, financial and societal issues that the group was facing.

In 2020, the organization said it had more than two million members. On Tuesday, the Boy Scouts of America said in a statement that it had “more than one million youth, including both men and women.”

Emily Green, a 16-year-old Eagle Scout in Cambridge, Mass., joined the Boy Scouts in 2018 and said she was happy with the name change.

“I think it’s about time,” she said. “So many girls are going now, it’s important that we feel that we are included.”

Saroya Friedman-Gonzalez, the scout executive and chief executive of the Boy Scouts’ New York City chapter, welcomed the change, which she said brought the organization’s name in line with its gender-inclusive programming.

The new name, she said, signaled to young people across New York City’s five boroughs that all were “welcome and can be part of our program and enjoy scouting.”

Counter to the national trend, Ms. Friedman-Gonzalez said, her chapter of the national organization has seen “tremendous membership growth” since the pandemic.

“For me it’s a welcome change,” she said. “And I hope it’ll even increase our membership more.”

As one of the few female Eagle Scouts in the organization, Emily said she hoped that the new name would inspire younger girls to become members, too. A name change may seem like a small thing, but it’s a big deal to the girls in the organization, she said.

She also said she hoped it would remove some of the stigma of being a girl in the organization. Over the years, Emily said, she often had to answer questions about why she was in the Boy Scouts.

“I used to be embarrassed telling people,” she said. “It’s something I really enjoy, I don’t want to justify it. This is just what I like to do.”

Claire Moses is a Times reporter in London, focused on coverage of breaking and trending news. More about Claire Moses

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Arts | with name change, it’s the griffin museum of science and industry.

The Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago in 2019. (Terrence Antonio James / Chicago Tribune)

The museum in Hyde Park devoted to science, technology and industry will offer free admission on Sunday for the occasion.

According to an announcement Tuesday, the MSI is also opening new exhibits and experiences made possible by the donation, including a Griffin Studio digital space and Notes to Neurons, an interactive multimedia exhibit devoted to music.

The donation was first reported when it and the name change were accepted by the museum’s board in October 2019. It’s the largest gift in the museum’s history, and one of the largest to a Chicago cultural institution.

Kenneth C. Griffin was a major arts benefactor during his years in Chicago, also giving a total of $21.5 million to the Field Museum (in part for the Griffin Dinosaur Experience), plus donations to the Art Institute, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and other institutions and nonprofits, and he sat on the board of the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Formerly ranked the wealthiest person in Illinois, he left the state in 2022 , moving Citadel’s headquarters to Miami.

According to the museum’s announcement, the donation also has supported the renovated Henry Crown Space Center, a home for the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft and a film experience “Superhuman Body: World of Medical Marvels.”

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British Columbia to bar those guilty of serious crimes from changing names

Health minister makes announcement following revelations that a man who killed his children legally changed his name

Canada ’s westernmost province has says it will stop people who committed serious crimes from changing their names, following revelations that a child-killer tried to keep his new identity secret.

British Columbia’s health minister said on Monday his government would introduce legislation to amend the province’s name act.

“Allowing these individuals to hide their identity through a name change is extremely troubling to victims and their families and can result in safety concerns for members of the public,” said Adrian Dix. The new prohibition would apply to adults, as well as offenders under 18 but who are convicted and sentenced as adults.

“What it ensures really is more safety and reflects the views of families who are facing these circumstances,” he said.

The move comes after reporting that Allan Schoenborn, who killed his three children in 2008, had legally changed his name to Ken John Johnson and had applied for a publication ban on his new identity. That ban was rejected by the province’s review board.

Schoenborn was found not criminally responsible in 2010 because of a delusional disorder and was placed at a psychiatric hospital in the city of Port Coquitlam. The amendment tabled by Dix would still apply to people found not criminally responsible.

“What this legislation does is it says that people who have been found guilty of very serious offences – violence against other people, acts against children – will not be permitted to change their name,” said Dix. “The focus here is the offence and not the verdict.”

In April, conservative opposition leader Kevin Falcon proposed a private member’s bill that included similar provisions to the legislation introduced by BC’s New Democratic party-led government.

“This is a huge problem for the safety of communities,” he told reporters. “When government balances competing interests, I put the interests of community safety well above the interest of Allan Schoenborn to have his name changed so that he can move around the community unnoticed.”

Prominent Canadian killers Vince Li , Karla Homolka and Kelly Ellard and have all legally changed their names, but those names are known to the public.

“It’s obvious to all British Columbians that nobody should be able to evade accountability for their criminal activities by changing their name in this province,” the premier, David Eby, said in April.

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Virginia school board restores Confederate leaders’ names to two schools

The change comes four years after the schools had removed the names during the national racial reckoning sparked by George Floyd’s killing.

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A Virginia school board voted to restore the names of two schools previously named for Confederate leaders Friday just after midnight at a meeting that stretched more than six hours.

The Shenandoah County School Board voted 5-1 to call the schools Stonewall Jackson High School and Ashby Lee Elementary School, four years after the board — under different members — changed their names to Mountain View High School and Honey Run Elementary School to break ties to Confederate leaders Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee and Turner Ashby.

Like other districts across Virginia and the South, the county, about 100 miles west of D.C. and just north of Shenandoah National Park, had decided to remove the Confederate leaders’ names during the national reckoning about race sparked by the 2020 killing of George Floyd.

Protests among parents, students and alumni led districts across Virginia to teach students the racist history behind some school names in a state that in 2020 had the second-highest number of schools — 24 — named for men with links to the Confederacy, according to an analysis by Education Week.

The district could be the first that has restored the names of Confederate leaders to schools out of some 60 in the nation that had changed their names since 2020, according to Education Week.

Board member Thomas Streett, who voted to restore the names, said during the meeting that the 2020 decision was a “knee-jerk reaction” that showed a lack of “loyalty” to the community. Shenandoah County is more than 90 percent White and voted overwhelmingly for Donald Trump in 2020.

“It was not done right,” Streett said, alleging that the previous board had made the changes in secret and didn’t represent what locals wanted.

But many members of the public who showed up to the packed meeting said they supported the 2020 decision, viewing the renamings as righting historical injustices. They urged the school board, which had turned over during the four years, to reconsider.

“Why are we here tonight to go back to a time in history that was very cruel?” said a Black man who told of his experience in 1958 when people whom he called “Confederate sympathizers” poisoned the family dog and attacked livestock.

“Is this the type of legacy you want to put in Shenandoah County’s public school buildings?” he asked the board, to applause from the room of mostly White residents.

Schools across the country were renamed for Confederate leaders in the 1950s and 1960s as a response from White residents upset over the 1954 Supreme Court decision Brown v. Board of Education , which mandated desegregation of public schools. Shenandoah’s Stonewall Jackson High, for example, was renamed in 1959 during the state’s opposition to integration.

Friday’s vote was not the first time the county has grappled with the 2020 renamings. In 2022, after voters replaced half the board with candidates mirroring Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s push for “parental rights,” members declined to pass a motion to reinstate the Confederate names in a 3-3 tie.

As three more new members won seats in 2023, the board grew more conservative. Some who voted to keep the post-2020 names declined to run for reelection.

That trend reflected a pattern happening across the state’s rural areas, said Tiffany Van Der Hyde, executive director of We the People for Education, a nonpartisan group that focuses on school board accountability and supporting local education leaders.

“There’s a very clear shift to the right in a lot of rural county school boards across the state,” she said.

In Shenandoah County, the latest vote was prompted by an April 3 letter from a group calling itself the Coalition for Better Schools that said renaming the schools was “essential to honor our community’s heritage.”

In that letter, the group said the legacy of the Confederate military leaders was an important part of local history, and called Ashby and Lee “heroes.” It said it had surveyed locals who overwhelmingly supported restoring the names.

During the roughly four hours of public comment Thursday night, some residents said the current board was creating division by naming schools for men who were responsible for taking up arms against the country to defend slavery.

“The Civil War was fought around the ideal that not all men are created equal,” Sarah Kohrs, co-leader of Claim the Names, which works for equity in the county’s school system, said in an interview. “When you hold up leaders who fought for that basic principle, you’re saying now, in 2024, that not all of us are created equal.”

Supporters of reinstituting the names said they saw no racism at the schools and blamed splits in the community on the 2020 vote. Some added that those opposing the name changes were damaging the reputations of men who upheld their ideals and values. They said the changes needlessly cost the county hundreds of thousands of dollars and centered identity politics over what was best for students and teachers.

“Those standards that [Jackson] had were much higher than any leadership of the school system in 2020, ” Streett said before the vote.

Private donations will fund the implementation of the name changes, according to the school board’s meeting agenda . The county of more than 45,000 residents serves more than 5,600 students, according to state data.

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