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West Sacramento Man Convicted Of October 2000 Murder Granted Parole

WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A West Sacramento man who was convicted of an October 2000 murder was granted parole this week, officials said on Friday. David Cree, 41, is an inmate at the Correctional Training Facility in Soledad. According to the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office, Cree was granted parole on Wednesday, April 7 in what was his fifth hearing after being denied numerous times over the last decade. On Oct. 8, 2000, Cree and a juvenile partner were driving along West Capitol Avenue ...
Tags: Crime, News, Local, Syndicated Local, Cree, West Sacramento, Yolo County, Jerry Brown, Richardson, West Capitol Avenue, West Sacramento News, California Youth Authority, David Cree, Correctional Training Facility, Soledad According, Office Cree


A Computer Code Written In Cree

My desired output for this language is graphical based. I originally envisioned it as a kind of “Processing for Indigenous Languages”. Where the output is generative and graphic. The generative aspect is crucial in the representation of the Indigenous worldview, because when the program ends whatever display was generated is destroyed (comes to end of life). – Esoteric Codes
Tags: Art, Cree, Words, 03.30.21


The Geek in Review Ep. 111 – Adam Tsao and The Creativity Playbook for Lawyers

For those who went to law school, do you remember that class we all took on creativity in the legal work environment? No? We don’t remember it either. And neither does Adam Tsao, that’s why he decided to write The Creativity Playbook for Lawyers: Strategies for the Business of Legal Practice. Adam sits down with us and discusses how he integrated creativity into his own legal education at Penn Law School, as well as his legal work at Skadden and Covington before starting his own business, At Phi...
Tags: Apple, Google, Utah, Podcast, Microsoft, Law, California, Steve Jobs, Uncategorized, Robin Hood, US, Toronto, US news, Creativity, Blue Jays, Cree


Kate Ferdinand shares new photo of baby son Cree following 'traumatic birth'

Kate Ferdinand has proudly shared a snapshot of her newborn baby son. The former TOWIE...
Tags: Cree, Kate Ferdinand


The Power of Being Directionally Correct

INNOVATION is messy. It’s rarely a straight line from here to there. When doing something new, it’s rare that you know exactly how it is going to turn out. It’s just part of doing something new. It needs to be lead, not managed. Chuck Swoboda, the retired Chairman and CEO of Cree shares the mindset and beliefs that drive innovation in The Innovator’s Spirit: Discover the Mindset to Pursue the Impossible. Innovation is not a manageable process, but it is based on some beliefs and corresponding b...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Cree, Green Bay Packers, Vince Lombardi, Chuck Swoboda, Swoboda


Cree singer and songwriter releases new album as 1st solo project

Cree powerhouse vocalist Angel Baribeau released their new album For Those I Love(d) on all digital platforms Friday. "I am super-super excited to release this project. This is going to be my first solo project,'' said Baribeau, who goes by they/them pronouns, from the northern Quebec community of Mistissini.Love is up the River is the first single from Baribeau's new album to reach top 10 on the weekly show Indigenous Music Countdown in June. The countdown playlist is aired world...
Tags: Facebook, News, Entertainment, River, Cree, Quebec, Hodges, Jinan, David Hodges, Baribeau, Angel Baribeau, Mistissini Love, Canada Baribeau, Baribeau Baribeau


The best light bulbs

Every home needs good lighting that's energy-efficient and attractive. We've researched and tested a number of light bulbs to find the best ones you can buy. Good lighting is essential in any home, and it all starts with the humble light bulb. The first electric light was developed back in 1802 by Humphry Davy, and different versions of the light bulb were made over the course of that century by a number of inventors until Thomas Edison created the first commercially successful incandescent li...
Tags: Google, Ge, Washington, New York City, Trends, Cree, Energy Star, Philips, Kelvin, Philips Hue, Amazon Echo, Clinton, Cfl, Thomas Edison, Don, Watt


MORGAN STANLEY: These 48 stocks could help investors who want to cash in on the electric-vehicle revolution

Electric-vehicle sales are set to accelerate in the coming decades from around 2% of the global auto market in 2019 to nearly 90% by 2050, Morgan Stanley predicts. The shift away from gas-powered vehicles will create opportunities for companies within and beyond the auto industry. In a June 5 research note, Morgan Stanley listed 48 companies across 10 industries that could benefit from increasing electric-vehicle adoption. Below are the bank's picks, as well as its price target and rating for ...
Tags: Samsung, Trends, Tesla, Cat, ROK, Cree, TSLA, Warren Buffett, Volkswagen, Siemens, Glencore, Morgan Stanley, Carl Icahn, Moss, Quanta, Glen


Morgan Stanley handpicks 48 stocks for investors who want to cash in on the electric-vehicle revolution

Electric-vehicle sales are set to accelerate in the coming decades from around 2% of the global auto market in 2019 to nearly 90% by 2050, Morgan Stanley predicts. The shift away from gas-powered vehicles will create opportunities for companies within and beyond the auto industry. In a June 5 research note, Morgan Stanley listed 48 companies across 10 industries that could benefit from increasing electric-vehicle adoption. Below are the bank's picks, as well as its price target and rating for ...
Tags: Samsung, Trends, Tesla, Cat, ROK, Cree, TSLA, Warren Buffett, Volkswagen, Siemens, Glencore, Morgan Stanley, Carl Icahn, Moss, Quanta, Glen


47 Interesting Facts About Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is much more than what you see from the Trans-Canada Highway. This prairie province is a wonderful destination – primarily from spring to fall when temperatures are pleasant. Before you venture to the province, have a read through these irreverent but interesting facts about Saskatchewan for some perspective on the province. My husband John penned these 47 interesting facts about Saskatchewan. As you’ll see below he has an offbeat sense of humour. Enjoy. Saskatchewan is a destin...
Tags: Travel, Texas, Montana, US, Chicago, Cree, First Nations, Canada, Egypt, John, BC, Gulf of Mexico, National Hockey League, Lake, Banff, Rockies


The best smart light bulbs

Smart light bulbs bring your home into the 21st century, allowing you to control your lights straight from your phone or with your voice. After much testing, it's clear that the Philips Hue light bulbs are still the best ones you can buy because they are reliable, consistent, easy to use, and work remotely. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are fast approaching, and many products in this guide will likely be on sale. You can check out our Black Friday and Cyber Monday deal coverage on Insider Picks...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Ge, Samsung, Trends, Best, Cree, Nvidia, Philips, Philips Hue, Amazon Echo, Anker, Cnet, Zigbee, Alexa


A Canadian podcast reveals everything wrong with the Trump administration's migrant baby adoption policy

The US government detained more than 69,000 migrant children last year in the course of its brutal family separation policy. There's no guarantee these kids will ever be reunited with their parents; in fact, some of them have already been put up for "adoption" (read: legalized kidnapping) after their parents were deported. Many of these adoption agencies are of course Christian organizations, who genuinely believe themselves to be acting from a compassionate, altruistic pro-life perspective. Thi...
Tags: Post, News, US, Family Separation, Cree, First Nations, United States, Adoption, Indigenous Peoples, Native Americans, Christian, States, Cbc, Trump, Child Abduction, Christine


Trudeau exonerates Cree leader 130 years after wrongful conviction

The revered Chief Poundmaker tried to negotiate with Canadian officials when he was falsely accused of treasonThe Canadian government has formally exonerated a prominent Cree leader, the revered Chief Poundmaker— known to his people as Pîhtokahanapiwiyin— nearly 130 years after the Cree leader was falsely accused and convicted on treason charges.In an emotional ceremony at Poundmaker Cree Nation in the province of Saskatchewan on Thursday, Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau absolved the chie...
Tags: Americas, World news, Cree, Canada, Indigenous Peoples, Saskatchewan, Justin Trudeau, Trudeau, Poundmaker, Poundmaker Cree Nation


Trudeau exonerates Cree chief of 1885 treason charge

Chief Poundmaker is now remembered as a peacemaker who prevented violence during a time of unrest.
Tags: News, Cree, Trudeau


Who polices the cultural appropriation gatekeepers? | Kenan Malik

Indigenous musicians in Canada are at one another’s throats over the Cree artist Cikwes’s use of a traditional Inuit singing techniqueAnother week, another row over cultural appropriation. But this one is different. It’s not a white artist being accused of appropriating the cultural forms of a minority community but an Indigenous Canadian artist being condemned for using the musical style of another Indigenous community.Connie LeGrande, who performs under the name Cikwes, was nominated at the Ca...
Tags: Music, Race, Americas, World news, Culture, Cree, First Nations, Canada, Indigenous Peoples, Folk Music, Kenan Malik, Arctic Continue, Connie LeGrande, Cikwes, LeGrande


Canada: one indigenous group accuses other of cultural appropriation in award row

Inuit singers cut ties with show over nomination of Cree singer Connie LeGrande, who they say improperly uses throat singingA prominent awards show for indigenous music in Canada has been plunged into turmoil after a group of Inuit performers accused a Cree folk singer of cultural appropriation.Several well-known Inuit singers have cut ties with the Indigenous Music awards (IMA), an annual show due to held in Winnipeg on 17 May, over the nomination of Connie LeGrande, who they accuse of improper...
Tags: Music, Americas, World news, Culture, Cree, Canada, Indigenous Peoples, Winnipeg, Connie LeGrande


POTD: Let There Be Light

Photo Of The Day – Let there be Light! There are so many nice things attached to this rifle, like a Schmidt & Bender Ultra Short Dot with MSR reticle and an Aimpoint T-2 on top for a fast aim. The AR15 is suppressed too, by an ASE Utra. I think I see a Magpul […] Read More … The post POTD: Let There Be Light appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Cree, Photo of the Day, Magpul D60, Spuhr, Schmidt & Bender, ASE Utra, FinnAccuracy, MSR reticle, Aimpoint T2, Finnish Rifle


Argument preview: A tax lion in the Cougar Den? — Treaties versus taxes in federal Indian law

Washington State Department of Licensing v. Cougar Den Inc. pits an 1855 treaty against a 2006 state statute designed to avoid tribal tax immunity. Cougar Den, owned by Yakama tribal citizen Kip Ramsey, imports gasoline from Oregon over 27 miles of Washington state highway into the Yakama reservation for sale at Yakama gas stations. In 2013, the Washington Department of Licensing sued Cougar Den for failure to pay millions in taxes for importing motor vehicle fuel into the state. Both the depa...
Tags: New York, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, California, Montana, Washington, Oregon, Cree, United States, Idaho, Pacific Northwest, Jones, Flores, U S Supreme Court, 9th Circuit


Austin’s Infinite.io, Maker of Data Storage Software, Raises $10M

Austin—Infinite.io announced Wednesday it has raised an additional $7.3 million in financing, bringing the data storage startup’s total financial haul to $10.3 million.The new funding comes on top of $3 million raised two weeks ago, says Mark Cree, Infinite.io’s president and CEO. The round was led by former Motorola CEO and Cleversafe chairman Chris Galvin and David Galvin of Three Fish Capital and formerly of IBM (NYSE: IBM). Investment was also provided by Chicago Ventures, Dougherty and Com...
Tags: Startups, Motorola, Cloud, Texas, Big Data, Funding, Trends, Investment, Analytics, People, Software, Austin, Cree, Innovation, Venture Capital, Aws


Native Lands: An Interactive Map Reveals the Indigenous Lands on Which Modern Nations Were Built

“Now when I was a little chap I had a passion for maps. I would look for hours at South America, or Africa, or Australia, and lose myself in the all the glories of exploration. At that time there were many blank spaces on the earth, and when I saw one that looked particularly inviting on a map (but they all look that) I would put my finger on it and say, ‘When I grow up I will go there.’”                      —Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness In his post-WWII historical survey, The Story of Map...
Tags: Apple, Google, Maps, Australia, College, White House, Africa, History, Harvard, Cree, Catholic Church, South America, Atlas Obscura, Facebook Twitter, Pennsylvania Avenue, PISCATAWAY


Everything You Need To Know About Beauty Shopping In South Korea

It was only a few years ago that a mention of "K-beauty " would leave you with blank stares, but now, Korean beauty has swept through the cosmetics industry like a splash-mask tidal wave. With an emphasis on natural ingredients, nourishing formulas, and whimsical packaging, K-beauty not only promises to give you dewy, healthy radiance; it also makes self-care a fun, indulgent experience.While K-beauty sections have sprung up at countless U.S. retailers, nothing beats the authentic experience of...
Tags: South Korea, Fashion, Music, Instagram, Panda, Cree, Korea, Seoul, Times Square, Seoul South Korea, Neogen, Jung, Jeju Island, Old Hollywood, Innisfree, Etude House


Fostering Truth and Reconciliation One Generation at a Time

In his story for Museum 2040 , Omar Eaton-Martinez posits a future in which the United States establishes its own Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) to deal with the “atrocities and long-term impact of the genocide of First Nation peoples, enslavement of Africans, and incongruent immigration policies towards non-white peoples.” Futures studies teaches us that every plausible future has a toe hold in the present, so Omar’s story sent me in search of museums already formally involved in...
Tags: UK, Future, US, Toronto, Cree, Canada, United States, Omar, First Nation, Cara, TRC, Assembly of First Nations, Nisga, Truth and Reconciliation Commission TRC, The Alliance's Center for the Future of Museums, Omar Eaton Martínez


Canada watchdog to review police's handling of indigenous man's killing

Colten Boushie, 22, shot by white farmer later acquitted of murderIndependent investigator will consider whether race played roleA police watchdog will review how Royal Canadian Mounted Police handled the shooting of a young Cree man by a white farmer, enlisting an independent investigator to delve into a case that has ignited racial tensions in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.The Civilian Review and Complaints Commission – a federal government agency tasked with examining complaints about...
Tags: Americas, World news, Cree, Canada, Indigenous Peoples, Saskatchewan, RCMP, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Colten Boushie, Civilian Review and Complaints Commission


Canada watchdog to review police's handling of Cree man's killing

Colten Boushie, 22, shot by white farmer later acquitted of murderIndependent investigator will consider whether race played roleA police watchdog will review how Royal Canadian Mounted Police handled the shooting of a young Cree man by a white farmer, enlisting an independent investigator to delve into a case that has ignited racial tensions in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.The Civilian Review and Complaints Commission – a federal government agency tasked with examining complaints about...
Tags: Americas, World news, Cree, Canada, Indigenous Peoples, Saskatchewan, RCMP, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Colten Boushie, Civilian Review and Complaints Commission


'This is all stolen': Canadian man offers to share his land with First Nations

Joel Holmberg was appalled by vitriol against indigenous people. So he invited them to live on his property, rent-free Joel Holmberg had been batting the idea around for years. But the final decision came last month, as he scrolled through the online vitriol that erupted after a white farmer was acquitted of killing a young Cree man in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.Holmberg turned to social media, but instead of joining in the often-vicious debate surrounding that case, he offered to sha...
Tags: Americas, World news, Cree, First Nations, Canada, Indigenous Peoples, Alberta, Joel Holmberg, Saskatchewan Holmberg


Upholding the Law of the Land

When it comes to implementing the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, lawyers have unique responsibilities; Calls to Action 27, 28, 29 and 50 are particularly instructive. Today, my colleague Maxine Hayman Matilpi and I reflect on what this means for us as legally trained individuals, our public interest law organization and legal pluralism in Canada. Trish Monture asserts in Thunder in My Soul: A Mohawk Woman Speaks: Every oppression that has been foisted upon Aboriginal...
Tags: Asia, Law, Georgia, Cree, Canada, West Coast, Indigenous, Harvey, Irma, Finch, TRC, Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Justice Issues, Larry Chartrand, John Borrows, West Coast Environmental Law


Canada: indigenous groups urge reform after shock of white farmer's acquittal

Family of Colten Boushie say jury’s makeup led to Gerald Stanley walking free and underscored weakness in Canada’s court systemIndigenous activists have called for urgent changes to Canada’s legal system after an all-white jury acquitted a white farmer of murdering a young Cree man in a case that has exposed deep racial divisions.Gerald Stanley, 56, was found not guilty of second-degree murder over the death of Colten Boushie, 22, from Red Pheasant First Nation in the province of Saskatchewan. C...
Tags: Americas, World news, Cree, Canada, Colten Boushie, Gerald Stanley, Saskatchewan Continue


Why One Poundmaker Cree Nation Headman Is Upset With Civilization VI

Firaxis and 2K Games have been caught up in some controversy spurred on by the Cree nation located in Saskatchewan, Canada. The current presiding Chief Headman, Milton Tootoosis, took umbrage with the depiction of the Cree leader in the upcoming Civilization VI: Rise and Fall expansion...
Tags: Religion, Cree, Saskatchewan Canada, Milton Tootoosis


Feast Day of Henry Budd

Psalm 29 Sirach 11:1-6, 14, 17 1 Thessalonians 5:13-18 John 14:15-21 :   Whenever I grumble that my own process to ordination seemed to take a longer-than-usual time, I always think of Henry Budd, the first Anglican priest ordained who was of Canada’s First Nations people.  Henry began studies towards ordination in 1830, but it would be another two decades before he was ordained deacon.  He was finally ordained priest in 1853.   Henry endured a number of slights in his life.  For sta...
Tags: Religion, Cree, First Nations, Canada, Missouri, South Dakota, John, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Henry, St Thomas, Rupert, Red River, George West, Rosebud, Speaking to the Soul


Fostering Truth and Reconciliation One Generation at a Time

In his story for Museum 2040 , Omar Eaton-Martinez posits a future in which the United States establishes its own Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) to deal with the “atrocities and long-term impact of the genocide of First Nation peoples, enslavement of Africans, and incongruent immigration policies towards non-white peoples.” Futures studies teaches us that every plausible future has a toe hold in the present, so Omar’s story sent me in search of museums already formally involved in...
Tags: UK, Future, US, Toronto, Cree, Canada, United States, Omar, First Nation, Cara, TRC, Assembly of First Nations, Nisga, Truth and Reconciliation Commission TRC, The Alliance's Center for the Future of Museums, Omar Eaton Martínez