Oakland, Calif. — Last November, 14 African-American activists chained themselves to each other, with the person at one end of the chain locked into hardware inside the train, and the person at the other end fastened to a bench in the West Oakland Bay Area Rapid Transit station. This action was part of the national protests showing outrage over a grand jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson for fatally shooting 18-year-old Black youth, Michael Brown, in Ferguson, Mo., the previous August.This action shut down BART train traffic between the East Bay and San Francisco for four and a half hours, representing the time that Michael Brown’s body lay in the street after he was shot. It took place on the shopping “holiday” called “Black Friday,” the day after so-called Thanksgiving. All 14 protesters were arrested.Almost a year later, Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley is intent on prosecuting the Black Friday 14. Unless she drops the charges, they are scheduled for trial in early December.Supporters of these freedom fighters took the offensive on Nov.19, by rallying before the BART Board of Directors meeting. Then they all marched inside, and more than 50 of them testified during the board’s public comment period, calling on its members to direct O’Malley to drop the charges.Strong support came from labor; many union representatives were among the spokespeople. Resolutions had been passed by both the Alameda and San Francisco labor councils. Backing also came from the faith-based community, with a number of ministers testifying for the 14 activists.The board was reminded of BART’s role in defending the officer who killed Oscar Grant, and of its response to the struggle against police killings. One speaker pointed out the contradiction between O’Malley’s failure to prosecute the cops who killed Raheim Brown, Alan Blueford, Yuvette Henderson, Nate Wilks, Yonas Alehegne, Demouria Hogg and other oppressed people in the Bay Area, and her insistence on prosecuting the Black Friday 14, who were protesting the lack of an indictment of Wilson for killing Michael Brown.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
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Previous articleGetting a Grip on Family Living CostsNext articleIndiana’s McKinney before Senate Ag Committee on the HAT Wednesday Morning Edition Andy Eubank SHARE By Andy Eubank – Sep 19, 2017 Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News McKinney Makes Case for USDA Post at Senate Ag Committee Hearing McKinney-hearingTuesday the Senate Agriculture Committee conducted their hearing to consider the nominations of Steve Censky of Missouri to be Deputy Secretary of Agriculture and Indiana’s Ted McKinney for Under Secretary of Agriculture for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs within the USDA. McKinney, current director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture, was introduced by committee member Senator Joe Donnelly.“Ted and I have gotten to know each other really well over the past years, and I have enjoyed being partners advocating on behalf of Hoosier farmers with Ted,” Donnelly said. “Ted comes from a farm in Tipton, Indiana and has strong roots in agriculture. He is a hard worker, he is dedicated to agriculture, he is going to do a terrific job in this position, and is going to work really, really hard to help American farmers all over the world. So, to the family thank you for the sacrifice in lending Ted to us during this time, and to Ted, thanks for you service. We have a lot of work for you to do my friend.”Ag committee chairman Pat Roberts then asked McKinney how he, as the top trade voice at USDA, will work with other agencies and individuals to make sure agriculture is strongly represented in trade talks.“The first think I’d say is get it right at home, so I’m going to work with hopefully approved Deputy Secretary Censky and Secretary Perdue to make sure we have our house in order. But, about teamwork, all my life I have practiced teamwork. In the private sector I’ve managed sideways far, far more than I have up or down to subordinates or superiors, and I think the same skill sets will apply as we work with the many partners. You mentioned USTR, State, Commerce, and others, and I think that’s what we have to do. I think there is something that comes with the position you’ve created, a standalone undersecretary for trade, and I hope that gets us something. I hope it gets us a lot, that they’ll look first to us. but I think we have to earn that trust and that’s what I intend to do with a passion.”By rule, the Senate Ag Committee vote on the nominations will occur in a separate business meeting of the Committee.Read McKinney’s testimony here.Click to view the hearing. McKinney Makes Case for USDA Post at Senate Ag Committee Hearing Facebook Twitter SHARE
Linkedin ReddIt Previous articleA long process precedes theEnd eventsNext articlePaschal raises funds through TCU football Alexa McBride RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Alexa McBridehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexa-mcbride/ printWhile students across campus are getting excited about the Horned Frog football team’s Thursday night game against West Virginia, having the game on a weeknight presents a problem with class schedules.Because of this rare conflict, some professors have changed their class schedules to adapt to the Thursday night football game.Many classes are in session at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday evenings, which is also the same time as kickoff. Professors who teach classes that coincide with the football game have developed their own personal strategies on how to avoid an attendance competition with the Frogs.Dr. Travis Tokar, an associate professor in the Neeley School of Business, decided to cancel his Supply Chain Management course on Thursday.“I’ve decided to cancel class on Thursday, Oct 29,” Tokar said in an email to his students. “It sounds like things are going to be crazy. I think it would be prohibitively difficult to hold class.”Film, Television and Digital Media professor Richard Allen originally wanted to hold his Thursday evening class from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m., but then chose to cancel class. “I actually decided to cancel that evening class, because, as it turned out, I was able to do that without negatively impacting the academic flow of the class,” Allen said.While some professors canceled class all together, some decided to merge classes, and some will hold their class at a different time during the day so students could attend both class and the football game.Professor Vanessa Shropshire, who teaches an upper level Principles of Marketing course on Thursday evenings, said she decided it would be best to merge two of her classes.Students can enter the student section of Amon G. Carter Stadium for the game at 5:00 p.m. Alexa McBride Linkedin TCU Alumna talks success of owning a local boutique Twitter Students debut performances of drag personas as part of unique new course Alexa McBridehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexa-mcbride/ Facebook Alexa McBride is a junior Journalism major and Film, TV, and Digital Media minor from Orange County, California. She is an Academics reporter for TCU 360. Professors have had to reevaluate their class schedule in order to accommodate the late Thursday kickoff. ReddIt Twitter + posts Paschal High School students discuss owning a clothing company Condensed semester, lost week to snowstorm adding to some students stress during finals week Alexa McBridehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexa-mcbride/ Alexa McBridehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexa-mcbride/ The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years The Ugly Christmas Sweater Shop comes to Fort Worth Rodeo Purple ticket package sold out
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About Author: Christina Hughes Babb The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago November 24, 2020 1,163 Views Sign up for DS News Daily Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Owning a home is a tool for building wealth and stability, but a report from researchers at the Urban Institute indicates that is less applicable to people of color.Not only do Black Americans face more barriers to homeownership, but they also accrue less wealth than their White counterparts when they become homeowners. And the pandemic could intensify inequality, the study showed.”Wealth is not accruing equitably to Black homeowners due to a long history of structural barriers and added costs,” said Alanna McCargo, VP of Housing Finance Policy at the Institute, who co-authored the report with Research Associate Junh Hyun Choi. “Households with little to no wealth are far more vulnerable during economic cycles, and the COVID-19 pandemic threatens to widen racial homeownership and wealth gaps creating deep housing insecurity for households of color.”Growing Wealth DisparityWealth disparities between Black, Hispanic, and white households are greater than income disparities, the researchers said, pointing to data from 2019.Last year, Black median household income was $43,862; Hispanic median income was $55,658; and White median income was $71,644. In contrast, in 2019, the median Black household held one-eighth the wealth of the median White household, the study found.Furthermore, the researchers found evidence that homeownership plays a bigger role in creating wealth for Black families than it does for White families.”Housing equity makes up nearly 60% of the total net worth for Black homeowners, compared with 43% of the total net worth for white homeowners. Although homeownership should not be the only focus of public policy and wealth building for Black households, it is a a solid foundation for building wealth, even with total wealth accumulation being less when compared with accumulation for White homeowner,” the authors wrote.Lagging Homebuying The study also showed that the homeownership rate over time has significantly slowed for Black Americans, falling more than 5 percentage points after the Great Recession. In 2018, the Black-White homeownership gap reached 30.5 percentage points, its highest level in 50 years and a 4.1 percentage-point increase since 1960.”Black homeownership declined the most following the 2008 housing market crisis and only started to recover in 2019, just before the pandemic hit,” the researchers say.They go on to show how historic and existing policies have interfered with wealth-building (related to real estate ownership) for Black families.”Black homebuyers also face more expensive mortgage financing because loan underwriters believe black homebuyers pose a higher risk of loan default … During the housing boom in the early 2000s, Black borrowers were significantly more likely to receive subprime loans and adverse pricing within the subprime space than comparable white households …” the research showed. “Subprime loans were more likely to experience foreclosure and increase foreclosure probability of nearby homes, resulting in substantial loss of wealth and deterioration of credit among Black homeowners.”The study also takes a look at residential segregation, the Fair Housing Act, tight credit, lack of affordable housing, the “Black Tax,” as well as pandemic-related obstacles between Black families and homeownership (and the financial security meant to accompany it).SolutionsThe Urban Institute suggested “policy interventions” including “implementing a restorative housing wealth program that reduces debt and creates value for new homeowners … building fair housing and antiracist testing into home valuation and appraisals and the technologies underlying these systems … and expanding homeowner relief and stimulus programs to reach more households of color and avoid further black wealth erosion.”Read the full study here. 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News UpdatesRajya Sabha Passes Bill To Declare Two Food Technology Institutes As Institutions Of National Importance Akshita Saxena15 March 2021 4:07 AMShare This – xThe Rajya Sabha today passed the National Institutes of Food Technology, Entrepreneurship and Management Bill, 2019, to declare certain institutes of food technology, entrepreneurship, and management as institutions of national importance. These institutes are: the National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management, Kundlithe Indian Institute of Food…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Rajya Sabha today passed the National Institutes of Food Technology, Entrepreneurship and Management Bill, 2019, to declare certain institutes of food technology, entrepreneurship, and management as institutions of national importance. These institutes are: the National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management, Kundlithe Indian Institute of Food Processing Technology, Thanjavur. Delete National Institutes of Food Technology, Entrepreneurship and Management Bill, 2019 passed in #RajyaSabha It declares National Institute of Food Technology, Kundli & Indian Institute of Food Processing Technology, Thanjavur as institutions of national importance. pic.twitter.com/qBIibptpzf— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) March 15, 2021 As per the statement of object annexed to the Bill, these institutions are separate autonomous bodies exclusively on food processing sector, and provide solutions to the challenges faced by stakeholders of the sector, including farmers. The Bill therefore seeks to enable these institutes to exercise functional autonomy and start new innovative courses and to provide for instructions and research in food technology, entrepreneurship and management. First introduced in the House in February 2019, the Bill was moved by Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar. Some of its salient features are discussed below: Board of Governors The Bill provides for a Board of Governors, which will be the principal executive body of the institute, responsible for the general superintendence, direction, and control of the affairs of the institute. Constitution of Board The Board of Governors will consist of 16 members including: a Chairperson, who is a distinguished person in the field of food science, technology or management, or other such field;Director, Dean, Registrar, and faculty members;representatives of central and state governments;representatives of FSSAI and the Indian Council of Agricultural Research; andrepresentatives of the food processing industry. Powers & Functions of the Board Taking administrative policy decisions;Examining and approving annual budget estimates and development plans;Establishing departments, faculties or schools of studies, and initiating courses or programmes of study;Creating academic, administrative, and other posts, and determining their terms of service and appointment. Senate The Senate will be the institute’s principal academic body, responsible for maintenance of standards of instruction, education, and examination in the institute. It will comprise of: Director as the Chairperson;Registrar;All full-time faculty at the level of a Professor; and Three academicians nominated by the Board from the fields of food science, technology and management. Council The Bill provides for the establishment of a Council for coordinating activities of all institutes and facilitating interactions for performance improvement. Its functions include laying down the policy framework for functioning of the institutes, and reviewing the achievement of policy objectives, among others. The Council will consist of 13 members including: Minister of Food Processing Industries as the Chairperson;Minister of the State for Food Processing Industries;Representatives of the ministries related to food processing, higher education, and finance;Chairperson, FSSAI;CEO, NITI Aayog; and Three industry representatives and three academicians from the field of food processing. Inputs from PRS Legislative ResearchClick Here To Download Bill Read BillNext Story
ABCNews.com(GASTON COUNTY, N.C.) — Since Florence made landfall Friday morning as a Category 1 hurricane, it has taken the lives of at least 18 people, ranging in age from 3 months to 81 years.The devastating storm’s latest confirmed casualty is 1-year-old Kaiden Lee-Welch, who went missing Sunday when he was swept away by floodwaters in North Carolina.The boy was separated from his mother when she was driving and rushing water pushed the car off the road, the Union County Sheriff’s Office said. His body has since been recovered.The youngest confirmed victim was a 3-month-old who was killed when a tree fell on the child’s mobile home Sunday in Gaston County, North Carolina.Also among those killed was a 41-year-old mother and her 7-month-old son. The two died in Wilmington, North Carolina, when a tree fell on their home, officials said. The woman’s husband was injured in the incident and taken to a nearby hospital, according to police.A 78-year-old man in Kinston, North Carolina, was electrocuted when he tried to connect two extension cords outside in the rain, according to Lenoir County Emergency Services Director Roger Dail.An 81-year-old man died in Wayne County when he fell and struck his head while packing to evacuate, officials said.In Lenoir County, a 77-year-old man fell and died from “a cardiac event” while checking on dogs outside during the storm, officials said, and a 68-year-old man died when he was electrocuted while plugging in a generator.The list of victims also includes a husband and wife who died in a house fire in Cumberland County, officials said.In South Carolina, a woman was killed when she struck a tree while driving, officials said.Also in South Carolina, Mark Carter King, 63, and Debra Collins Rion, 61, died from carbon monoxide poisoning from a generator operated inside their home, according to the Horry County Coroner’s Office.“This remains a significant disaster” for much of the state, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said Monday. “The next few days will be long ones as the flooding continues.”“We, the people of North Carolina, will get through this,” he said.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
USS Forrest Sherman Participates In COMPTUEX View post tag: Participates Guided-missile destroyer USS Forrest Sherman (DDG 98) departed Yorktown Naval Weapons Station, Jan. 9, to participate in a scheduled Composite Training Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX) with the Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group (TRCSG).The purpose of COMPTUEX, which is conducted by Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 4, is to evaluate the mission readiness of all deployable assets, exercising each ship with unplanned and fast-paced tests that will simulate various real-world scenarios.“Forrest Sherman will get a chance to perfect our considerable weapons and sensor employment and demonstrate combined strike group operations,” said Cmdr. John Krisciunas, commanding officer of Forrest Sherman. “I couldn’t be prouder of my crew, their efforts and their excellence.”Each exercise will test how well Forrest Sherman operates as part of a larger strike group as well as independently. Training scenarios include simulated surface, air, undersea, strike and electronic attacks.“This is a tremendous opportunity for the Forrest Sherman and TRCSG to execute, analyze and improve the processes we’ve been rehearsing for the entire Fleet Response Plan training cycle, with the goal of being certified for sustained combat operations,” said Lt. Grant Greenwell, operations officer of Forrest Sherman. “Forrest Sherman is filled with 300 of America’s best Sailors who are eager to display the hard-earned skills we’ve honed over the past year.”Sailors attached to Forrest Sherman are also confident that they will be able to handle any task during the training exercise.“I’ve been on a lot of different ships, and Forrest Sherman definitely is a topnotch command that strives to set the bar higher each time,” said Culinary Specialist 1st Class Joseph Platter. “There is no doubt in my mind the Sailors are up to this and we will blow it out of the water.”Press Release View post tag: USS View post tag: News by topic View post tag: COMPTUEX January 12, 2015 View post tag: Sherman View post tag: Forrest Training & Education Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Forrest Sherman Participates In COMPTUEX Share this article
Be advised a credit check will be required for all positions withfinancial responsibilities. For additional information about thecredit check criteria, visit the UGA Credit Background Check website. DepartmentVet Med Small Animal Medicine & Surg Duties/ResponsibilitiesPosting Specific QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResume/CVCover LetterList of References with Contact InformationOptional Documents Does this position have operation, access, or control offinancial resources?No Does this position require a P-Card?No Job Closing Date Minimum Qualifications College/Unit/Department website Posting Details Retirement PlanTRS or ORP Classification Title Underutilization About the College/Unit/Department Advertised Salary EEO Statement Faculty RankOpen Rank Posting NumberF0018P Candidates must have a DVM or equivalent degree and have boardcertification or have completed an approved residency of theAmerican College of Veterinary Dermatology or European College ofVeterinary Dermatology. Salary and entry rank will be commensuratewith experience level. Appointment at the associate professor rankrequires a minimum of five years of experience in a similarposition; appointment at the rank of full professor requiresattainment of tenure in a similar position at an academicinstitution. Benefits EligibilityBenefits Eligible Posting TypeExternal Standing/Walking Credit and P-Card policy Is this a Position of Trust? The successful candidate will join a dermatology service with onefull-time faculty member, a dedicated technician, and a resident.The dermatology service currently maintains a diverse caseload withongoing clinical research projects and opportunities for teachingstudents and house officers. Complete on-site clinical, diagnostic,and pathology facilities permit diagnostics and treatment ofdermatology patients, and the new UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospitalis staffed with specialists in surgery, oncology, neurology,internal medicine, cardiology, ophthalmology, emergency andcritical care, dermatology, anesthesiology, diagnostic imaging,anatomic and clinical pathology, and zoological medicine. Thedermatology service has STORZ HD video-otoscopy unit with Vet Pump.Holmium: YAG and diode lasers are available within the hospital forprocedures as needed. Responsibilities include clinical service,research, and teaching. Faculty assignment will be based on theinterests of the candidate in conjunction with the missions of thedermatology program. The successful candidate is welcome toactively participate in collaborative efforts and encouraged toestablish an independent research program. Shared laboratory spaceand technical support are provided within the Department. Theindividual will share responsibilities in clinical service,didactic teaching, and clinical teaching of professional students,interns, and residents. Position Details Is driving a responsibility of this position?No Qualified applicants are invited to submit: (1) a letter of intentincluding professional interests and career goals; (2) curriculumvitae; and (3) name, mailing address, and contact information forthree professional references. Please apply athttp://facultyjobs.uga.edu/postings/3908. All application materialsmust be received by June 29, 2018 to ensure consideration. Pleasecontact Dr. Jane Quandt, Search Committee Chairperson, [email protected] if you have any questions regarding the position.The start date for the successful candidate is negotiable and canbe as early as September 1, 2018. Position Summary Contract TypeFiscal (12 mo.) Tenure StatusNegotiable Additional Requirements Relevant/Preferred Education, Experience, Licensure, and/orCertification Location of VacancyAthens Area Physical Demands Candidates must have a DVM or equivalent degree and have boardcertification or have completed an approved residency of theAmerican College of Veterinary Dermatology or European College ofVeterinary Dermatology. Salary and entry rank will be commensuratewith experience level. Appointment at the associate professor rankrequires a minimum of five years of experience in a similarposition; appointment at the rank of full professor requiresattainment of tenure in a similar position at an academicinstitution. Job Posting Date07/09/2018 FLSA Special Instructions to Applicants Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and/or Competencies The University of Georgia ( UGA ), a land-grant and sea-grantuniversity with statewide commitments and responsibilities is thestate’s oldest, most comprehensive, and most diversifiedinstitution of higher education ( http://www.uga.edu/ ). UGA is currentlyranked among the top 20 public universities in U.S. News &World Report. The University’s main campus is located in Athens,approximately 65 miles northeast of Atlanta, with extended campusesin Atlanta, Griffin, Gwinnett, and Tifton. UGA was founded in 1785by the Georgia General Assembly as the first state-charteredUniversity in the country. UGA employs approximately 1,800full-time instructional faculty and more than 7,600 full-timestaff. The University’s enrollment exceeds 36,000 studentsincluding over 27,500 undergraduates and over 8,500 graduate andprofessional students. Academic programs reside in 17 schools andcolleges, as well as a medical partnership with Augusta Universityhoused on the UGA Health Sciences Campus in Athens. Candidates must have a DVM or equivalent degree and have boardcertification or have completed an approved residency of theAmerican College of Veterinary Dermatology or European College ofVeterinary Dermatology. Salary and entry rank will be commensuratewith experience level. Appointment at the associate professor rankrequires a minimum of five years of experience in a similarposition; appointment at the rank of full professor requiresattainment of tenure in a similar position at an academicinstitution. Is having a P-Card an essential function of this position?No Candidates must have a DVM or equivalent degree and have boardcertification or have completed an approved residency of theAmerican College of Veterinary Dermatology or European College ofVeterinary Dermatology. Appointment at the associate professor rankrequires a minimum of five years of experience in a similarposition; appointment at the rank of full professor requiresattainment of tenure in a similar position at an academicinstitution. Working TitleClinical or Tenure track Assistant/Associate/Full ProfessorDermatology Does this position have Security Access (e.g., public safety,IT security, personnel records, patient records, or access tochemicals and medications) Open until filledYes Employment TypeEmployee The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction employer. All qualified applicants will receiveconsideration for employment without regard to race, color,religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, geneticinformation, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation orprotected veteran status. Effective End Date (for Limited-Term postings) Anticipated Start Date09/01/2018 About the University of Georgia Does this position have direct interaction or care of childrenunder the age of 18 or direct patient care?