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Why Putin Wants Alexei Navalny Dead

From Vox: “In 2006, a lawyer named Alexei Navalny started a blog where he wrote about corruption in his home country of Russia. It’s the most prominent problem under the regime of Vladimir Putin, who has ruled Russia since 2000. Putin has systematically taken over the country’s independent media, oligarchy, elections, and laws to cement his own power and wield corruption to his advantage. That’s what Navalny set out to expose. And in 2010, he published a groundbreaking investigation into...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Putin, Vladimir Putin, College, Russia, Current Affairs, Kremlin, Vox, Alexei Navalny, Transneft, Facebook Twitter, Navalny, Alexei Navalny Dead, New York Times ' Daily Podcast


Sacramento Parents, School Officials Weigh-In New School Reopening Deal

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Tags: Education, Local, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Gavin Newsom, Legislature, David Fisher, Dignity Health, Newsom, Sacramento City Unified School District, SCTA, Brandon Davis, UC Davis Health, Sacramento City Unified, Coronavirus Education, Sac City Unified


LAUSD superintendent still hopeful for a mid-April reopening of elementary schools

Trinidad Hernandez, a food service manager at First Street Elementary in East Los Angeles gets her COVID-19 vaccine at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood on Monday, March 1, 2021. In partnership with the L.A. Rams, Anthem Blue Cross and Cedars-Sinai the site at SoFi Stadium will vaccinate 12,000 LAUSD employees per day. (Photo by Brittany Murray, Press-Telegram/SCNG) LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner speaks during a press conference at SoFi Stadium, to announce the opening of one of the nation’s la...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, California, La, Government, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Local News, Gavin Newsom, Inglewood, Legislature, Anthem Blue Cross, Board of Supervisors


LA City Council will boost unarmed crisis response, universal basic income to reinvest LAPD dollars

In December, Mayor Eric Garcetti took the unusual step of vetoing a City Council plan for reinvesting Los Angeles police department dollars into communities of color. Garcetti said he would be happy to sign off on a revised proposal that included some changes, including the creation of an unarmed crisis response program to respond to 911 calls, especially when it involves someone experiencing a mental health episode. The mayor will get that chance on Tuesday, March 2. A revamped spending plan sh...
Tags: Business, Politics, Hollywood, News, Minnesota, Education, Government, Senate, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Gop, Community, City Council, Lapd, Eric Garcetti


How Systemic Racism Can Threaten National Security

Military enlistment in the wake of the Pearl Harbor attack shows the far-reaching effects of racial violence and disenfranchisement, says research by Marco Tabellini. [Author: by Rachel Layne]
Tags: College, Pearl Harbor, by Rachel Layne, Rachel Layne, Marco Tabellini


What Does Remote Work Mean for Middle Managers?

Middle management was already the corporate scapegoat of choice before the COVID-19 pandemic. Will work-from-home policies make middle managers unnecessary or more critical than ever? asks James Heskett. [Author: by James Heskett]
Tags: College, James Heskett, by James Heskett


Coronavirus cases, deaths continue to dip as a million more in LA County become vaccine-eligible

A whole new slate of folks who live or work in Los Angeles County are now eligible to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, officials announced Monday, March 1, as the county’s inoculation program continues to move forward. The county on Monday expanded those eligible for the vaccine to include people who work in education, child care, food, agriculture, emergency services and law enforcement. About 30% of the county’s vaccine allocation will be set aside specifically for educators, Los Angele...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, Government, Sport, Soccer, Food And Drug Administration, Community, Lausd, Los Angeles County, Johnson Johnson, Ferrer, LA County, SeaWorld San Diego, Barbara Ferrer


What South Africa’s universities have learnt about the future from Covid-19

South African tertiary institutions had to move to emergency remote learning with little warning last year. But experts say a blended learning model will become the new normal for education The post What South Africa’s universities have learnt about the future from Covid-19 appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Education, Digital, South Africa, Access, Equality, Universities, Openaccess, Digital Learning, Motsepe Foundation, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID, Emergency Remote Learning


Email is Making Us Miserable

On Friday, the New Yorker ran an excerpt from the second chapter of my new book, A World Without Email. This chapter focuses on an aspect of the email revolution that’s often overlooked in our discussion of this tool: the ways in which it makes us miserable. I open the piece by reviewing studies that quantify what many of us have learned through personal experience, which is that the more time we spend emailing, the less happy and more stressed we become. As I then elaborate: “Given these stake...
Tags: College, Uncategorized, New Yorker


Newsom, lawmakers forge deal – with $6.6 billion in financial incentives – to get schools open

Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders are scheduled to give an update this morning on the state’s school reopening efforts, during which they are expected to announce an agreement that would offer billions of dollars in funding for schools that reopen by the end of March. Newsom and lawmakers have been negotiating for two months over bringing kids back to school, amid mounting pressure to reopen campuses closed nearly a year by the coronavirus pandemic. Newsom will be joined by Senate leader...
Tags: Health, News, Education, California, Cdc, Government, Senate, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Community, Atkins, Associated Press, Gavin Newsom, Capitol, Johnson Johnson


LAUSD to receive extra vaccine doses, keeping alive hope of reopening elementary schools in April

Gov. Gavin Newsom has agreed to set aside 25,000 additional COVID-19 vaccine doses over the next two weeks for Los Angeles Unified school employees, Superintendent Austin Beutner said Monday, Mar. 1, in an announcement that keeps alive the superintendent’s hope of reopening elementary schools in April. “This is a game-changer,” Beutner said during his weekly community update. “This plan will allow us to complete during the next two weeks vaccinations for school staff who are already working at s...
Tags: News, Education, Cdc, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Gavin Newsom, Inglewood, Anthem Blue Cross, Johnson Johnson, District, Knott, Hollywood Park, LA County, United Teachers Los Angeles, Austin Beutner


The Exquisite, Ephemeral Paper Cuttings of Hans Christian Andersen

Quick, name a melancholy Dane. For most of us, the choice comes down to Hamlet or Hans Christian Andersen, author of such bittersweet tales as “The Little Match Girl,” “The Steadfast Tin Soldier,” and “The Little Mermaid.” Andersen’s personal life remains a matter of both speculation and fascination. Was he gay? Asexual? A virgin with a propensity for massive crushes on unattainable women, who engaged prostitutes solely for conversation? No one can say for sure. What we know definitively is...
Tags: Google, Art, College, Creativity, Museums, Literature, Oscar Wilde, Pen, Hans Christian Andersen, Dickens, Facebook Twitter, Andersen, University of Derby, Historical Children 's Books All Digitized, Detlef Klein, Odense City Museums


Top Five Tips For College Fairs

College fairs are in full swing around the country. To make sure you have the best strategy for the college fairs you might want to follow these five tips. 1. Research which schools will be attend the college fair. For most college fairs you can find a list of schools that will be attending. It is worth getting a copy of this list. Then going through it to see if there are any colleges that you are considering on the list. Go through and highlight them and consider going to their tables ...
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Gov. Newsom, Lawmakers Reach Deal To Get California Children Back In Classrooms

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Women Entrepreneurs Scale Up Through Global Growth

Just like Women Entrepreneurs Grow Global®, the Canadian federal government’s Women Entrepreneurship Strategy (WES) helps women entrepreneurs expand into global markets.  While wegg® was launched in 2015, WES was launched in 2018.  Since then, the Canadian government has almost doubled its investment to nearly $5 billion during the COVID-19 pandemic to help women-led businesses. Some $30 million of that went directly to entrepreneurs looking to scale up via the Women Entrepreneurship Fund, and 3...
Tags: Usa, Featured, Education, Sales, Wes, Canada, Global Growth, Economic Growth, Scale Up, Global Trade, Global Markets, Women Entrepreneurs, Global Women Entrepreneurs, WEGG, Scaling a business, Wegg® Blog


Community meetings in the San Fernando Valley, March 1-8

  A ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, February 21, 2020, officially opened the 257-acre, $6.7 million Hidden Creeks parkland in the Chatsworth Hills. The space is located in Browns Canyon Road above the 118 Freeway at De Soto Avenue. (Photo by Dean Musgrove, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)   Community meetings bring people together for exchange of ideas and memorable shared experiences. Here’s a sampling of online meetings in the San Fernando Valley.   Wings Over Wendy’s: Veterans of all serv...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Gardening, Education, Charity, Sport, Soccer, Veterans, Community, Book Club, Chatsworth, Local News, Voice, Valencia, Oaxaca, Pompeii


Shop With Me: The Cutest Pieces to Order from American Eagle’s Sale

With everything 25-50% off (and nothing over $55!), you don't want to miss out on these must-have pieces for spring.
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Hear Brian Eno Reinvent Pachelbel’s Canon (1975)

Discreet Music came out in 1975, when most of its first listeners had never heard anything quite like it; there must have been some debate as to whether to call it “music” at all. Brian Eno’s fourth solo album, released on his own label Obscure Records, represented a departure from his own previous work, and even more so from that of his former band, the art-rock outfit Roxy Music. The recording that occupies the entire A side of Discreet Music features no vocals, and indeed no lyrics; n...
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When Jack Johnson, the First Black Heavyweight Champion, Defeated Jim Jeffries & the Footage Was Banned Around the World (1910)

“Being born Black in America… we all know how that goes….”                          —Miles Davis, liner notes for A Tribute to Jack Johnson When Muhammad Ali saw James Earl Jones play a fictionalized Jack Johnson on Broadway in Howard Sackler’s Pulitzer Prize-winning The Great White Hope in 1968, he reportedly exclaimed, “You just change the time, date and the details and it’s about me!” In Johnson’s time, however, most white heavyweight fighters flat-out refused to fight Black boxers. H...
Tags: Google, London, Congress, Film, College, Sports, America, History, United States, Broadway, Miles Davis, James Earl Jones, Johnson, Muhammad Ali, Vox, Ali


A seven-point plan for structural change

Can President Ramaphosa turn the economic development ship in a new direction? The post A seven-point plan for structural change appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Jobs, Education, Opinion, Poverty, Openaccess, Ramaphosa, South Africa (country, COVID-19, Economic Development Plan, Good Governance, Risk Ratings, Social Welfare Grants, Structural change



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