Is the Hatred for Trade Schools Really Class Warfare? Are Low Income Minority Students the Real Targets?
Trade schools have higher graduation and placement rates than other colleges, yet they are being singled out for cuts in college funding because of their student population. Hairstylists, plumbers, mechanics, chefs, medical assistants, ministers, and other working class students who attend trade schools are being discriminated against by the Administration. Imagine if the federal government decided to regulate hospitals and medical clinics by judging them strictly by their ability to achieve specific outcomes for their patients – as opposed to measuring their quality of service – or else funding would be cut off, causing them to close their doors. Moreover, not all hospitals and clinics would be subject to these regulations – just the ones in neighborhoods with older populations, higher percentages of people living in poverty, and larger numbers of Latino and African-American residents.
Educate, organize and mobilize: We’re now in the mobilization phase of our campaign to defeat voter suppression. Therefore, as we count down to November 4, 2014, I will provide actionable information and deadlines for our readers. Two important issues that voters need to decide immediately are that they’re going to help defeat voter suppression by voting and by helping to get others to do the same. Recently the Wilmington Star News recommended the following action items for individuals that desire to help voters overcome barriers that have been implemented that make it harder for people of color and others to vote in the United States.
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Africa’s Republic of Guinea, Conakry’s First Lady Visits Atlanta on International Business Relations Trip
Her Excellency First Lady Madame Djene Conde' of The Republic of Guinea. S. Benjamin Enterprises Spearheads Tours of Governor's Office, CDC, MedShare International. Madame Djéné Condé, the First Lady of the Republic of Guinea, Conakry in Africa, took a series of tours in Atlanta, Georgia, during a recent visit to the United States. Madame Condé was on an exploratory mission for international business development between the Republic of Guinea, Conakry and Georgia, which included a private meeting with Georgia's First Lady, Sandra Deal.
Anthony Cheung’s formal mathematical training essentially ended with high-school calculus. But as a musician and composer, he has explored mathematical phenomena in new ways, especially through their influence on harmony and timbre. Composers found new ways of fusing the two musical qualities late last century, said Cheung, assistant professor in music at the University of Chicago. “Through technology and thinking about acoustics, we can change sounds on the computer in innumerable ways,” said Cheung, whose musical composition earned him a 2012 Rome Prize from the American Academy in Rome.
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