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Two white masked gunmen opened fire on black protesters in Minneapolis on Monday night. Five people were shot, two seriously wounded. Witnesses said that the gunmen yelled about race wars and white power. At the time of publication, police haven't yet managed to apprehend the suspects. Protesters remain at the police precinct, demanding the release of surveillance tape which is likely to have caught Jamar Clark's execution-style killing on November 15. The authorities steadfastly refuse to release the tape. The police dash cam video of Laquan McDonald's murder is scheduled to be released to the public on Wednesday, November 25. Jason Von Dyke, the Chicago cop who shot Mr. McDonald 16 times (13 of which were pumped into his body after he'd fallen to the ground) has been charged with murder. Burger King has declared that the Chicago police deleted their surveillance video which recorded the shooting. "Officer of the Year" Jonathan Bleiweiss admitted raping and molesting 20 immigrants, threatening them with deportation if they didn't perform sex acts on him. He's been charged and convicted, but not with sex crimes. Donald Trump's supporters beat down a black man at one of Trump's rallies, while chanting "All lives matter." Trump doubled down, praising his supporters and suggesting that the black man deserved the beating. And more. Tuesday, November 24, 6pm Pacific.
Goals and strategy aren't enough. The difference between day-dreamers and successful managers is the ability to turn a strategy into sustained action and action into results. It sounds simple, but it requires a level of skill that many managers just don't have. Want to be an expert at turning strategy into results? Listen to today's episode.
The New York Jets in a Must win situation - did'nt. They're no longer in the AFC Wildcard Picture. The Texans have Some quality Defensive Players and one special wide reciever named DeAndre Hopkins.
The Jets lost more than a game, more than a playoff spot. They lost their star Defensive back Darrelle Revis to a concussion and Center Nick Mangold to a right hand injury that required stitches.
Each week the New York Jets have had a new and different problem costing them the game; excepting their Special Teams which have been a problem from the start of the season. This Team needs Offensive line help. A pass Rush and a sense of urgency.
Ryan Fitzpatrick and his injured companions had player execution problems again this week; Kenbrel Thompkins was inactive in favor of Devin Smith, who again could not deliver. Does Todd Bowles have what it takes to win situational Fooball and are he and Chan Gailey on the same page?
Let's talk Dolphin's. Yes, they're 6 -4 but that does'nt mean this Jets Team will beat them this Sunday.
Join Hosts Herb LaLane (@ThaKingofQueens) and James Boyd (@OneJetDrive) as we break it down and talk about our position in the AFC East and conference.
William Churchill said "If you are going through hell, keep going". There's something to be said about the person who perseveres through adversity. JAYSON DEMERS -Founder and CEO, of AudienceBloom says "The temptation to give up is a common one. Failure isn't something many of us can handle gracefully. And even though we know it's a common human condition, we're somehow always surprised when it happens to us." Perseverance is failing 19 times and succeeding the 20th. When I'm trying to find the courage to endure, I always ask myself, what is the worse case scenario. What plan of action do you have to persevere? Join me as I talk about EXECUTION. Joining the conversation is Real Woman Cynthia Brown. Cynthia took charge of her health and has not looked back. #347-996-55688 a.m. JOIN THE CONVERSATION!. "Me God and A Cup of Coffee" is a show that recognizes that every day must start with a morning conversation with God. Through sharing your experiences with others we realize that "We are more alike than we are different". Join us for a morning conversation. Grab your mug and fill it up. #347-996-5568, Saturday at 8 a.m. susankeeministries.wordpress.com
CW4 (Retired) Gregory S. Coker
AH-6 “Little Bird” attack helicopter aviator who was specially recruited, assessed, and selected in the Army’s only Special Operations Helicopter unit, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment. He was one of the senior Lead Instructor Pilots and planner responsible for planning and executing special operations missions in support of our nation’s most elite special operations units. Achieved 5000 hours of accident free flying, over 4000 hours of Night Vision Goggles and 1000 hours of Combat time.
Supervised and directed teams of up to 200 soldiers in the planning and execution of numerous complex combat operations at the Joint Task Force level. Responsible for leading and planning scores of real world combat missions with significant tactical, operational, and strategic value during Operation Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom with 100% success in support of the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) conducting 11 combat tours 2001-2007.
Mr Yogi Sriram has 38 years of experience in the Human Resources Development function, out of which over 23 years are in Leading Human Resources teams in companies of major significance. Currently, heading HR for Larsen & Toubro group of companies, he was earlier associated with Asea Brown Boveri Limited, BP and the Taj Group (Tata). His areas of interest are succession planning, career sculpting, team coaching, talent management and change management, having successfully contributed to the architecture and execution in these areas in leadership roles, in very large and diverse organizations.
Join the People Matters Radio Show Talking Matters. Be a part of the exciting conversations on motivation, passion, drive, learning, dreams and much more. A monthly radio show that brings to our readers learning from business & HR leaders about career, leadership, future and many more – First Friday of every month!
But it’s a special kind of hell for men and women thrown behind bars for crimes they didn’t commit. Imagine serving a life sentence – or even awaiting execution – knowing that you are the lone voice among thousands who is actually telling the truth when you cry out, “I didn’t do it!”
In Stolen Years: Stories of the Wrongfully Imprisoned, nationally recognized journalist Reuven Fenton takes a candid look into the lives of ten remarkable individuals from across the country who fended off the blackest despair to keep fighting for their freedom. Once out, they faced a new struggle: getting back to living after losing so many years behind bars.
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Natasha Davis is a baccalaureate prepared Registered Nurse certified in Emergency and Trauma nursing for over 12 years. She emerged as a Business & Marketing Strategist in 2007, with the launch of her 2nd company Visionary People, LLC a certified Woman Owned Small Business (ED-WOSB), DBE, WBE, MBE & LSBE-MSA. Natasha shifted her career focus, and pursued her Masters in Business & Marketing in the Fall of 2009. Her specialty is taking Visions for Success, and Creatively Transforming them into Reality using Strategic Planning and Execution. As a member of the AMA, NAPW, CWW, NAWOSB, WAC, RCC and certified expert in email & social media marketing, she thrives on fixing problems and eliminating frustrations for businesses and their owners.
On April 30th 2013, Natasha was selected for & presented with recognition as a “Woman of Outstanding Leadership in Business” by the International Women’s Leadership Association – Leadership Category. On February 14th, 2014, the company was awarded as by the USIEC with the “2013 Georgia Excellence Award in Marketing”
You can find Natasha pouring knowledge into the community worldwide while hosting her popular Radio Show, “Coaching For Success” and TV Show “A Day In The Life Of Business”.
This young woman is passionate about being productive and progressive; humbly earning the title “The Chief Visionary” in 2010, her commitment & passion is to work with people who are ready to shift into human beings of absolute success. Find full details about Natasha on www.NatashaDavisVisionary.com
Host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux of RealGM and the Sporting News (@DannyLeroux) break down the day's action, including Kristaps Porzingis' big night against the Hornets, Toronto nearly pulling it out against Golden State, Detroit stealing one at home against Cleveland, Brooklyn's solid late-game execution against Atlanta, and the young Minnesota Timberwolves taking down Miami on the road.
Bangkok, Beirut, and Paris were all recently the scenes of terrorist violence. But the world only expresses immense grief for Paris. Tamir Rice's family is still waiting for justice, but a Caucasian child who was killed three weeks ago by Los Angeles police during a chase will have his killers held accountable. The brown-skinned officers who shot him were rapidly charged with homicide. Jamar Clark was shot dead in Minneapolis on Sunday. Witnesses say he was laying on the pavement, handcuffed behind his back, and was shot by cops in the back of his head execution style. Ralkina Jones' death in custody has been officially ruled an "accident". The videotape of Jaquan McDonald's shooting by police in Chicago will finally be released, according to Chicago's Mayor Rahm Emmanuel. The Waller County TX police department is blaming Sandra Bland's family for her death in custody, saying the family didn't bail her out. Daniel Ken Holtzclaw (the ex-cop currently on trial for the rape and sexual assault of 13 black women) is saying that black women, unlike Caucasian women, cannot be raped. And more. Tuesday, November 17. 6pm Pacific
The New York Jets have now lost 3 of their last 4 games following a disappointing defeat to the Buffalo Bills Thursday night. There were several contributing factors to the Jets loss..from the head coach, to the playcalling, to the execution on the field. Now the question is can Gang Green bounce back and make a run at a playoff spot? We will discuss the offense and defense and preview the game against the Houston Texans. Will take calls live and answer questions on Twitter: @TalkJetsRadio
Have you ever wanted to know what you’re really made of? Why your eyes are blue? Are you lactose intolerant? Are you a better sprinter or endurance athlete?
You don’t need to have a Ph-D or M-D to find out. The first home genetic test recently authorized to market by the F-D-A is here. And it can tell you about your health, traits and even your ancestry.
HERE NOW TO TALK ABOUT PERSONAL GENETICS IS DOCTOR EMILY DRABANT-CONLEY, Ph-D, VICE PRESIDENT OF 23-AND-ME.
1. WHY TAKE A GENETIC TEST? WHAT CAN YOU LEARN FROM YOUR D-N-A?
2. GENETICS SEEMS SO COMPLEX. HOW CAN THE AVERAGE PERSON UNDERSTAND OR USE THIS INFORMATION?
3. HOW DOES IT WORK AND HOW DO YOU PROTECT A CUSTOMER’S PRIVACY?
4. WHAT SHOULD PEOPLE DO WITH THIS INFORMATION IF THEY THINK THEY HAVE A MEDICAL CONDITION OR FAMILY HISTORY OF DISEASE?
5. WHAT KIND OF RESEARCH DO YOU DO? HOW DO PEOPLE PARTICIPATE
6. CAN THIS HELP SOMEONE FIND A RELATIVE IF THEY WERE ADOPTED?
Emily Drabant Conley, Ph.D. joined 23andMe in 2010. She is responsible for building strategic partnerships with pharmaceutical and biotech companies, forging research collaborations, and overseeing project execution across a range of therapeutic areas.
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