Documentary about the legacy of arts and social justice distributed by LA based virtual studio Filmbreak. New York -- Against the backdrop of moments of historical social change, Walk with Me is an expressionistic portrait of three women - DC theater-artist Rebecca Rice, who grew up in Chicago during the turbulent '50's & 60's; Lisa Biggs - a dance-theater artist and scholar; and Anu Yadav, a first generation South Asian actor-educator living in Washington, DC. Directed by Tanisha Christie and Ellie Walton, the film centers on the artists work in prisons, community centers and schools where each woman has found theater as a way to engage a level of activism in themselves, form inclusive spaces with others, and to tell stories of joy or sorrow.
Renowned Radio Personality Michael Baisden Launches "One Dream One Team" Mentoring Initiative In Nationwide Effort to Recruit Male Mentors for 12,000 African American Boys
Baisden adopts a high school class of 28 young men to spark One Dream One Team mentoring agenda
Orlando, FL - When renowned radio personality Michael Baisden posted "A real man takes care of his kids no matter what the relationship is with the mother of the child," on his Facebook page, he never anticipated the over nine million views or one million plus likes and comments he received as feedback!
ColorOfChange.org Applauds Gov Brown’s Decision to “Ban the Box” on Public Sector Employment Applications
Thousands of ColorOfChange members took action urging Gov. Brown to remove barriers to re-entry for millions of qualified Californians with past convictions - Oakland, CA -- After more than 5,500 California ColorOfChange members and allies across the state raised their voices, Gov. Jerry Brown signed “Ban the Box” (AB 218) legislation into law.
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“We are rolling toward the first sovereign debt default in history by a solvent nation. The shutdown is a frustration and an annoyance, like a room full of mosquitoes. The debt default is like a hurricane on steroids, or as Warren Buffet put it, a financial nuclear weapon,” says Leon LaBrecque, JD, CPA, CFP, CFA, the Chief Strategist and founder of LJPR, a firm managing $547 million in assets*. “A default on the debt would significantly impact the dollar, pensions, the markets and the global economy. Not to mention the fact that we (the U.S.) would look pretty foolish. We are the most powerful nation in the world, and we cannot get our house in order.”
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