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When sons and daughters are harmed on US school property by unprofessional educators, a current developing problem, they are left without judicial relief, even when harm is fatal, while educators are protected under the "no intention to cause harm" gambit.
More: See p. 1: www.thehittingstopshere.com/docs/ACLU_2009.pdf. See pp 1, 3, 5 (par. 2): www.thehittingstopshere.com/docs/State%20Actors%20UC:%20Dav.pdf. See pp 6, 15-17: www.thehittingstopshere.com/docs/GOA_2009.pdf.
HR 5005: www.nospank.net/bancpusa.pdf.
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Tonight we're going to be talking about the world of crowd funding and just how annoying and unprofessional some of the people running these campaigns can be.
We've spoken before about Kickstarter and Indie-gogo and had campaigners on the show. However in recent months I've noticed a change in these campaigns, from being outright ridiculous to being somewhat insulting.
Uno and X gonna call up and talk about their up and coming battle. Also past and future battles, Music, groupies and whatever else the unprofessional War Report team can think of. Its gonna be a fun show you not gonna wanna miss this.
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Image Talk is hosted by Joann Dobrowolski and co-host Brian Cohen who will be talking with local, National and International Professionals on many areas on Image.
Today we continue our conversation on professionalism, but discuss the effects of the unprofessional individual in the workplace. Your organization has (if not I recommend) guidelines for your employees to follow regarding their work behavior and consequences for not following the guidelines. Listen and learn the consequences of unacceptable or unprofessional conduct. and make your own decision for your future.
Tune in Tuesday at 8 AM or if you wish to forward your comments to email@example.com
Joann: www.ypiconsultants.com / 631-320-0217 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian: http://strategiesofsuccess.wordpress.com / 631-255-3581 / email@example.com
Black Entertainment Television founder Bob Johnson, speaking at The National Press Club, on 4/8/2013 said the nation “would never tolerate white unemployment at 14 and 15 percent.” Black unemployment has been double that of white Americans for more than 50 years. The black youth unemployment rate is more than 40 percent nationally. In some cities, unemployment for black working-age males is more than 50 percent. Let’s look at this, but first let’s look at some history.From 1900 to 1954, blacks were more active than whites in the labor market. Until about 1960, black male labor force participation in every age group was equal to or greater than that of whites. During that period, black teen unemployment was roughly equal to or less than white teen unemployment. As early as 1900, the duration of black unemployment was 15 percent shorter than that of whites; today it’s about 30 percent longer. To do something about today’s employment picture requires abandonment of sacred cows and honesty.
Why don’t we as black people support black business? I have a theory as to why we don’t but I wanted to hear it from my colleagues, friends, and business associates. Below is a list of reasons I was given when I asked other blacks why they thought blacks don’t support their own:
They give poor customer service
They are only trying to make a quick buck and don’t care about their customers
They sell cheap products / below average services at exponentially high prices
They don’t guarantee their products / services
They are very unprofessional / ghetto
The #1 reason given by blacks for not supporting black owned business is that black businesses are ghetto & unprofessional. Sadly in some cases this is true but when it’s not and those businesses that .