Happy Winter Solstice! This year the Winter Solstice will occur on Dec. 21. During the day, the Northern Hemisphere will have just 8 hours and 46 minutes of daylight. https://www.weather.gov/cle/Seasons #wintersolstice2022 #shortdaylighttime #codiedeaf Post Description: First Post: "HAPPY WINTER SOLSTICE": A graphic image of a sunset with a few clouds, cold mountains, and snow ground. At the bottom left: CODIE diversity inclusion and belonging logo description for the posts: Dark Gray banner: The first column: CODIE (CENTER ON DEAFNESS INLAND EMPIRE) logo with yellow rain cross and arrowhead above the i. Next: "BELIEVES IN DIVERSITY, INCLUSION & BELONGING" The second column: Red banner: "INCLUSIVE" Orange banner: "EQUITABLE" Yellow banner: "DIVERSE" Green banner: "ACCEPTING" Light blue banner: "WELCOMING" Blue banner: "SAFE SPACE" Purple banner: "FOR EVERYONE" The third column shows an image of the Pride Flag.] Second Post Description: "Winter solstice": A white background. An icon of Earth's globe in black and white, the North Hemisphere and the South Hemisphere are visible on the Earth globe. The South Pole is tilted towards the sun, farther away from the North Pole. On your right side: "Polar night (6 months of the night)": An arrow pointing left toward the North Pole of the Earth's globe. "Arctic Circle (66.5 degrees N) (next line) 24 hours of darkness": An arrow pointing toward the Arctic Circle on the Earth's globe "Tropic of Cancer (23.5 degrees N) (next line) 13.5 hours of darkness": an arrow pointing toward Europe, Asia, and Northern Africa on the Earth's globe. "Equator (0 degrees) (next line) 12 hours of darkness": an arrow pointing at the Earth's equator. "Tropic of Capricorn (23.5 degrees S) (next line) 10.5 hours of darkness": an arrow pointing toward the middle of South America, Central Africa, and at the top of Australia and Oceania. "Antarctic Circle (66.5 degrees S) (next line) 0 hours of darkness": An arrow pointing toward the Antarctic Circle. "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2022 (next line) AT 1:47 PM (next line) "8 HOURS AND 46 MINS OF DAYLIGHT": on the blue banner at the bottom of the post. -end of Post Description]
Happy Winter Solstice! This year the Winter Solstice will occur on Dec. 21. During the day, the Northern Hemisphere will have just 8 hours and 46 minutes of daylight.
 
 
#wintersolstice2022 #shortdaylighttime #codiedeaf
 
Post Description:
 
First Post: “HAPPY WINTER SOLSTICE”: A graphic image of a sunset with a few clouds, cold mountains, and snow ground. At the bottom left: CODIE diversity inclusion and belonging logo description for the posts: Dark Gray banner: The first column: CODIE (CENTER ON DEAFNESS INLAND EMPIRE) logo with yellow rain cross and arrowhead above the i. Next: “BELIEVES IN DIVERSITY, INCLUSION & BELONGING”
The second column:
Red banner: “INCLUSIVE”
Orange banner: “EQUITABLE”
Yellow banner: “DIVERSE”
Green banner: “ACCEPTING”
Light blue banner: “WELCOMING”
Blue banner: “SAFE SPACE”
Purple banner: “FOR EVERYONE”
The third column shows an image of the Pride Flag.]
 
Second Post Description:
“Winter solstice”: A white background. An icon of Earth’s globe in black and white, the North Hemisphere and the South Hemisphere are visible on the Earth globe. The South Pole is tilted towards the sun, farther away from the North Pole.
On your right side:
“Polar night (6 months of the night)”: An arrow pointing left toward the North Pole of the Earth’s globe.
“Arctic Circle (66.5 degrees N) (next line) 24 hours of darkness”: An arrow pointing toward the Arctic Circle on the Earth’s globe
“Tropic of Cancer (23.5 degrees N) (next line) 13.5 hours of darkness”: an arrow pointing toward Europe, Asia, and Northern Africa on the Earth’s globe.
“Equator (0 degrees) (next line) 12 hours of darkness”: an arrow pointing at the Earth’s equator.
“Tropic of Capricorn (23.5 degrees S) (next line) 10.5 hours of darkness”: an arrow pointing toward the middle of South America, Central Africa, and at the top of Australia and Oceania.
“Antarctic Circle (66.5 degrees S) (next line) 0 hours of darkness”: An arrow pointing toward the Antarctic Circle.
“WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2022 (next line) AT 1:47 PM (next line) “8 HOURS AND 46 MINS OF DAYLIGHT”: on the blue banner at the bottom of the post.
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