"Structural Discrimination: The Unequal Opportunity Race" was shown as part of Glen Allen High School's Black History Month program.
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It's time for coaches to start striking a little fear into their players, and for parents to start holding themselves and their kids accountable for bad behavior. There's been too much taunting, too much trash talking and too many people in the prep sports world choosing confrontation instead of...
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Time Inc., best known for its ownership of Time, Fortune, and People magazines, has acquired Viant, the parent company of Myspace. In a press release, Joe Ripp, chairman and CEO of Time Inc., described the acquisition as “game changing.” Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Show More Summary
The food her boyfriend’s parents served her for Chinese New Year just wasn’t up to snuff.
Parents are here for the sole purpose of loving and protecting us, right? Wrong They're also here to throw massive snow boulders at our backs that send us plummeting to the ground. And to laugh at us after it happens If you don't believe this sad truth, just check out the video. Show More Summary
How can a parent stave off tantrums at 30,000 feet? Follow these five tips.
Never Ever – Digital Single by STRFKR I was talking to an old friend a while back about her parents, who are getting on, and all of the concerns attendant to that. “It’s almost like we’re at the point where the best thing that happens is nothing gets worse,” she said. Left unspoken was that […]
Amidst earnings weeks and acquisition news, here’s one you may not have been expecting: 94-year-old publishing house Time Inc. has acquired Viant, the parent company of Myspace. Yes, Tom Anderson‘s Myspace. In a press release, Viant is described as a “people-based marketing platform,” and the move is mostly technical. Show More Summary
ISIS Releases Video Of Toddler Blowing Up Prisoners With Car Bomb For the second time, a 4-year-old boy has been used by Islamic State militants for one of their terrorist propaganda videos. The child, believed to be a British boy
Three years ago, Chicago Ideas had epiphany. With holidays for saints, parents, pizza and meteorologically-gifted groundhogs, somehow no one had dedicated a day to ideas. A light bulb lit up and we celebrated the first Ideas Day on Thomas...Show More Summary
Time Inc. — the owner of Time, Fortune, and People magazines — has acquired Viant, the parent company of MySpace. Joe Ripp, chairman and CEO of Time Inc., described the acquisition as "game changing" in a press release. The financial...Show More Summary
Ok, I officially want to be a kid again. Actev is this weekend launching the Arrow Smart-Kart. For kids aged 5-9, the message is that it looks and sounds like a race kart (thanks to speakers with artificially-generated V12 engine sounds), has GPS and WiFi – and it can do donuts. For parents, the message is […]
When the Detroit teachers' union and several parents' groups recently filed a lawsuit against the Detroit Public Schools, their complaint highlighted dangerous and unhealthy learning conditions for children: infestations of rats and roaches, freezing classrooms, exposed electrical wiring, and falling debris. Show More Summary
Many parents and teachers are not aware that IDEA requires schools to help your child during transition. IDEA requires transition assessments, goals, and services in your child’s IEP before he turns 16. As a parent, you have an important part in the transition assessment process. You have a unique perspective about your child. Show More Summary
Sometimes work and life push in the same direction. Here are the stories of five people whose careers took off after they became parents. A few years ago, I was taking a survey about work and life when I came across this question: "How...Show More Summary
Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, said that it is insulting when people question her parents' Christian faith. Clinton added that she left a Baptist church at a young age and joined the Methodists over the abortion issue.
Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein has a message for the parents of small children: Don’t be afraid of dirt.
The parents of this Nobel-winning scientist changed her name from Eleanor to Barbara because of her "unusual fortitude" as a baby. more