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Inside Skid Row: America’s homelessness capital | AJ+

Inside Skid Row: America’s homelessness capital | AJ+

It’s really hard to describe how difficult the circumstances are for living out here in Skid Row. There are so many people who are battling mental illness. A lot of people got triggered just by seeing us with our cameras. – You’re gonna get your *ss killed on Skid Row about that camera! We’ve seen syringes in the street. We’ve seen feces in the street. You can smell the lack of sanitation. So not only is this a major homeless…

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3 Steps to Align Culture With Business Strategy

3 Steps to Align Culture With Business Strategy

Here are three steps to align company culture with business strategy. Define who your culture carriers are. Define what leader behaviors need to be in order to live the culture. Systematically reinforce the behavior. Find important company events where culture comes out, such as sales process, annual budget process and the performance management process. Rewarding or aligning those with attributes of behavior is important in monitoring culture. Have leaders tell stories. For example, when communicating the importance of taking risks,…

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White Party – A Lesson in Cultural Appropriation | Akilah Obviously

White Party – A Lesson in Cultural Appropriation | Akilah Obviously

It’s the time of year again It’s always that time of year where allegedly well-meaning albeit totally naïve humansdecide to throw “theme parties” at the expense of entire races. Sometimes they’re shrouded in language like “pimps and hoes party” or “fiesta party” or “enchanted forest” party, but guess what? We all realize that what you actually mean is “come dressed as the most offensive stereotypes of Black People, Asians, Latinos, Native Americans Indians etc., that you can muster…” AKA cultural…

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HolocaustandGenocideLectureSeries April172018 shortened

HolocaustandGenocideLectureSeries April172018 shortened

[ Music ]>>We’ve had a few glitches today. One of our speakers, Julie Ea, is not able to be with us but we’re very fortunate to have Dr. Lucia Roncalli here to talk to us about the survivors of the Cambodian genocide. Dr. Roncalli was a family practitioner in Santa Rosa for many years and she has a very interesting medical background. She has worked with Doctors Without Borders. She has traveled widely in Asia, particularly in Cambodia, and in…

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WORD STRESS: How to Pronounce ADDRESS – American English Word Stress for Nouns and Verbs

WORD STRESS: How to Pronounce ADDRESS – American English Word Stress for Nouns and Verbs

hi this is Jennifer from Tarlw speech with your pronunciation question today’s pronunciation question is regarding syllable or word stress and it is regarding when we say the word address the noun versus address the verb and this is a very simple rule that we’re going to learn that you can apply to many words that are spelled the same but pronounced a little differently depending on if they’re a noun or a verb let’s use a little mnemonic typically…

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Missing Children Society of Canada

Missing Children Society of Canada

JUDY PETERSON: Lindsey was a beautiful young girl. She was athletic and funny and artistic. Lindsey was fourteen years old in 1993 and she was last seen walking down a rural road in the Comox Valley. We believe she was hitchhiking and she never got into town. She just vanished. The last thing I said to her was that I loved her and that I missed her and I’ve never seen or heard anything about what happened to her since….

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