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July Is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

In July, organizations across the country will take part in Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. Named after Bebe Moore Campbell, an accomplished author, activist, and NAMI Urban Los Angeles co-founder,...Show More Summary

Marie Kondo, Queen Of Organization, Shows Us The Perfect Way To Fold A T-Shirt

20 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Marie Kondo, clutter-free lifestyle guru and bestselling author of The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying Up, took the world by storm earlier this year with her "KonMari Method" of organization. Kondo's approach to decluttering was unlike anything we had ever heard. Show More Summary

The Social Innovation Fund Six Years On

There is an interesting report out today on the effectiveness of the Social Innovation Fund (SIF). Authored by the Social Innovation Research Center (SIRC), a nonpartisan nonprofit research organization, the new report details what has worked and what hasn’t in the six year history of the SIF. Show More Summary

Authorities seek to bar release of video showing Gardena police shooting

Organizations representing police chiefs and officers from around the state have filed legal briefs supporting an effort to bar the release of videos that recorded Gardena police fatally shooting an unarmed man and seriously wounding another.

Wood Knocks & Tossed Rocks: Searching for Sasquatch

Wood Knocks & Tossed Rocks: Searching for Sasquatch with the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization places the reader in the passenger seat of the author's truck to ride shotgun on a series of expeditions with the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, as seen on Animal Planet's hit show "Finding Bigfoot". Show More Summary

#WWBR Week of June 22nd, 2015

Innovation Starts with the Heart, Not the Head Gary Hamel for Harvard Business Review “A very thoughtful and moving piece about what innovation truly is and its potential impact on an organization. Spoiler Alert: author takes a somewhat contrarian view … Read more ›

Muslim Advocacy Group Takes MTA to Court Over Ads

The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority's (MTA) advertising policy is being challenged in a lawsuit filed Thursday by an organization called the Muslim Advocates on behalf of Vaguely Qualified Productions. Advertisements designed by the production company had been approved by the MTA and were paid for, but they never ran. Show More Summary

Turkish man accused of organizing $55 million cybercrime spree extradited to U.S.

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Turkish man has been extradited to the United States to face charges that he organized three cyberattacks that resulted in $55 million in losses to the global financial system, U.S. authorities announced on Wednesday.

3 Smart Ways Successful Salespeople Win the Sale

Decision-makers' buying habits can be quite different depending on their level of authority within an organization. Superstar salespeople know how this makes the difference between getting a sale or not.

Stronger United: Workers' Unions Across the Global South

There are innumerable factors that contribute to minimizing the visibility of the poor in politics, ranging from limited funds for organizing to mainstream media biases that give preference to voices of authority and power. For the working...Show More Summary

Philippine authorities confiscate thousands of critically endangered turtles

Philippine authorities have confiscated more than 4,000 critically endangered turtles hidden in a Palawan Island warehouse and believed headed for the black market in Hong Kong, a conservation organization said Tuesday.

Organizers threaten to cancel Srebrenica anniversary event over Swiss arrest

SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Organizers of the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia threatened on Tuesday to call off the event unless Swiss authorities release the region's Muslim wartime defender.

The Startup's Guide to Stand Out When Pitching to Investors

Author Sathvik Tantry is the co-founder and CEO of FormSwift, a SaaS platform helping organizations go paperless. FormSwift's tools allow businesses and individuals to create, edit, sign, and collaborate on documents and workflows in...Show More Summary

Fast Track Back on Track

The U.S. House passed Trade Promotion Authority Thursday by a vote of 218-208 getting fast track back on track and most agricultural organizations are very pleased. “The House’s bipartisan passage of trade promotion authority legislation...Show More Summary

US Authorities Must Stop Separating Immigrant Families – Advocacy Group

Reverend Noel Andersen of the relief organization Church World Service claims that US Immigration and Customs Enforcement is not implementing US President Barack Obama’s executive order to use prosecutorial discretion in deciding to deport illegal immigrants and grant temporary work permits.

Bonnaroo 2015 by Numbers: Left Sharks, Slayer Porta-Potties, and Memories That Last a Lifetime

All photos by the author. As a giant playground in the middle of a field in rural Tennessee—according to organizers it's the largest camping event in North America—Bonnaroo is generally a place where people go to get away from statistics and just have fun. Show More Summary

Finnish Authorities Ask EU to Lift Entry Ban on Russian Duma Speaker

Finnish authorities are negotiating with Brussels on temporarily lifting the EU entry ban for Russian Duma Speaker Sergei Naryshkin, who has been invited by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe for its July summit in Helsinki, the Finnish Broadcasting Company (YLE) has reported.

Hosted PBX Features You May Not Have Known You Had

This Industry Viewpoint was authored by Chris Surdenik, CEO of Call One A PBX system (Private Branch Exchange) is a private telephone system used within an organization. Today, hosted PBX systems allow more companies to take advantage of this communications system than ever before.... [visit site to read more]

Belgium to revoke passports of suspected Islamist fighters

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The Belgian government proposed a law on Friday which will invalidate passports and identity cards of people authorities believe plan to go and fight for militant Islamist organizations in the Middle East.

On naming names: Looking back at the Annie Le case

Authorities have arrested and are preparing to charge the Rhode Island suspect in the alleged terrorist plot that ended in the shooting death of a Boston man last week. News organizations that had been withholding his name are now identifying him. The Boston Globe, for instance, reports that he is Nicholas Rovinski, 24, of Warwick, Rhode Island. As […]

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