Medical time out because of two broken legs.
New posts will resume late June.
America ReFramed PBS -The hidden history of an area once called Black WallStreet in the era after the civil war. Fascinating histoy and modern-day information from descendents of all black towns.
America’s Heartland Episode 1306 includes insightful segment that underscores critical thinking and marketing savvy… how 59 small farms were forced out of business, yet one farm survived.
Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The View…YouTube
Includes a brief NBC news interview in which the civil rights leader discuses socioeconomic conditions circa 1863. It’s information missing from many a history book and class.
*Between the Lines with Barry Kilbrick will replay on January 6, 2019 an appearance with TV and magazine writer Nell Scovell. From the Simpson’s to Murphy Brown, Newhart, Sabrina the Teenage Witch Scovell’s industry experience is insightful, at times funny, and eye-opening as one of few women writers in the TV industry.
*Atlantic article. titled The Secret Shame of Middle-Class Americans, noted on business librarian Roger Green’s blog .Ramblin’ with Roger. The piece is a useful resource for another reason: The article written by a successful writer reveals how mistakes made in money matters caused long-term financial chaos for his family. It’s an inside glimpse of potential pitfalls.
*StrengthsFinder tool developed by Gallup is second reference found on Ramblin’ with Roger. There’s a link for 34 profiles for students
StrengthsFinder: What’s right with someone
*Entrepreneurship in different European countries may take different paths such as using entrepreneurial skills within a company as opposed to operating a startup.
*The amazing profile below underscores the importance of checking stories for original autorship. There are different versions of the story below on the web, but relevant and intresting background details are not noted in abridged versions of the article.
12-year-old entrepreneur is the new big dog on Morehouse College’s campus
Students should learn more about
navigating the marketplace for their own protection.
Innocent middle, even elementary age students may find themselves center stage in a nightmare they can’t process.
One case in point: The recent news story of 9-year old, Jeremiah Harvey, who while shopping with a parent and sibling suddenly found himself publicly accused of groping a female customer. The irate woman threatened to call police as the boy protested and stood nearby distraught.
The accuser approached Harvey. Proximity of the mom unclear. Harvey, still learning how to navigate his environment did not know how to handle the situtation.
A review of the viral video raises questions.
Where was the store manager?
Why wasn’t there an immediate request for store tape and security?
Dee Adams is the editor of
Shopping & Racial Profiling…
A suppl. multicultural ethnic studies resource
Whether able-bodied worker or freelancer,
Michael Finney’s consumer report on a potential downside of the gig economy is an important reminder. And underscored by two sobering experiences noted in links below.
AC7KGo Potential downside of the gig economy
PBS News Hour/…Wrist injury disaster for Maine veteran
Recovery of Leslie Green, post bike accident
Dee Adam is the author of
Finding Your Niche: Discover….
And the editor of Changing Your Work or Career …After Injury…