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The Department of Justice just released it's report on the Ferguson police department. The report only confirmed what the people been saying. Black people were victims of racial profiling,intimidation,harassment,and oppression. This report is systematic racism at it's purest form. Where do we go from here? What actions shall we take as a community since we have this information?
Police and law themselves are often examples of systematic oppression. The term oppression in such instances to refer to the subordination of a given group or social category by unjust use of force, authority, or societal norms in order to achieve indoctrination. Through institutionalization, formally or informally, it achieves the dimension of systematic oppression. Oppression is customarily experienced as a consequence of, and expressed in, the form of a prevailing, if unconscious, assumption that the given target is in some way inferior. What do you think call in and be heard.
Join "Missing Pages Of History" on Saturday, March 28, 2015, at 12 Noon EST, as we discuss "The Status of Inequality & Race in America." As we explore this topic and more for this program come and join us at (818) 337-0016 or go online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history-inc Yes, we welcome to come and help fill in our "missing pages of history."
Joy, Inc.: How We Built a Workplace People Love by Richard Sheridan
This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Richard Sheridan. The original live interview was 3/20/15.
CEO and Chief Storyteller, Richard Sheridan, has recently written a book called Joy, Inc. about how he created a joyful culture at Menlo Innovations. Menlo is a software design and development company in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Last year, 2,197 people came from around the world to visit Menlo. They made the trek not to learn about technology, but to witness a radically different approach to workplace culture — one intentionally designed to produce joy.
Joy, Inc. is for readers in any field who want tangible examples for a healthier, happier atmosphere at work—and the sustainable business results required for growth. Readers will come away with an inspirational blueprint for how to create a corporate culture centered on joy in their own workplace.
Menlo has gone on to win the Alfred P. Sloan award for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility for eight straight years and has earned five revenue awards from Inc. magazine. Rich spends the majority of his time sharing the Menlo Way through teaching classes, leading tours, speaking at conferences and mentoring entrepreneurs in the community and sharing joy!
His website is www.menloinnovations.com
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Mckenzie has a style like no other in the local music business as she belts out her sultry eclectic mix of ballads and neo soul. Mckenzie often mixes the two with ease in a rare, energetic and entertaining way that fuses the two genres of old school soul with new school flare. Her musical taste spans more than a generation and reads like a who's who in the music industry. She list some of her major influences with such legendary names like Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, Jackie Wilson, Whitney Houston, and of course " The King of Pop" Michael Jackson.
Mckenzie is certainly a diamond in the rough but she is quickly becoming a polished jewel as she continues to perfect her craft.If you ever have the opportunity to see her perform don't pass up on the chance as it will certainly be well worth your while and not easily forgotten. Mckenzie is truly a jewel of the Caribbean and will shine bright like a diamond, for a long time to come.
Lock it in 3 days till March madness in denton last call for lock is don't get scared now let the opinions be voiced or forever hold us piece n we will also be taking some time out for special acknowledgments to some of our dallas area racers for their accomplishments over the weekend in Georgia at shut up n
Detrick DeBurr, Founder, Game Time Giving, Inc.
Game Time Giving, Inc. runs a platform that allows nonprofit organizations to raise money at sporting events by creating a giving competition between the fans at the event.
Detrick DeBurr is Co-Founder of Game Time Giving, Inc. Prior, he was Founder/CEO of Digital Rhythm Inc., an information technology services provider based in Dallas, Texas, USA. Detrick has served in various software development roles over his career. He is the author of Building Gamified Websites and Deal Us In! How Black America Can Play and Win In the Digital Economy. In 2005 Black Engineer Magazine named him a Modern Day Technology Leader.