The Anatomy of Fear Please enter your name here Apopka travels to Sanford; Wekiva opens at homeOn to the playoffs!The Florida High School Athletic Association announced the pairings and seedings for its football postseason playoffs, and as expected both Apopka high schools have qualified.In the first round of Region 8A-1, the Apopka Blue Darters take on Seminole High School in Sanford, while the District 8A-4 champion Wekiva Mustangs host the Lake Mary Rams. Both games are on Friday, November 10th. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM.The Blue Darters, seeded #5 in the region, closed-out their regular season with a 7-3 record and a 44-12 victory over the Oak Ridge Pioneers. On Friday they face the 9-1 Seminoles, winners of District 8A-2 and the #4 seed in the region. The Seminoles defeated Bishop Moore 34-25 in their final regular season game, and are currently riding a three-game winning streak.The Mustangs won their season finale 46-34 over Lake Nona to finish 8-1 and earn the #2 seed in the region. They are currently on a seven-game winning streak. Wekiva faces a Lake Mary team that lost its last two games, but finished with a 7-3 record, and is the #7 seed in the region.It is the 18th consecutive year the Blue Darters have made the playoffs, while the Mustangs return to the postseason for their second straight season. This is good news that both qualified and will get to play. November 5, 2017 at 1:04 pm 1 COMMENT Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your comment! Mama Mia LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Reply TAGSApopka Blue DartersWekiva Mustangs Previous articleDollops of loveNext articleConfronting anti-semitism in Italy Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here
Previous Global Impact Awards recipients have included projects to use DNA barcoding technology to identify and protect endangered wildlife; to fund successful teachers to bring more underrepresented students into advanced maths and science classrooms; and to use mobile technology to bypass expensive intermediaries and put money directly into the hands of the poor, enabling them to pursue their own goals.Ten finalists will be announced on 17 May 2013, and a video about each project will be featured for public voting. The panel of judges includes Sir Richard Branson, Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Jilly Forster. The four winners will include the charity that secures the highest number of public votes.The deadline for applications is the end of 17 April 2013.http://globalimpactchallenge.withgoogle.com/ Howard Lake | 7 April 2013 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Google’s Global Impact Awards offer Google’s Global Impact Awards are offering £2 million to UK registered charities that are using technology to tackle some of the world’s biggest problems.Four entrepreneurial charities will receive £500,000 each to support implementation of their project, together with support from Google staff.This is the first time that Google has launched a country-specific challenge. In advice to entrants, the company says that it is looking for creative and data-driven projects that can be scaled to achieve a global impact. They do not need to involve Google products or the creation of new technology. Advertisement About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. 8 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this New York CityBeginning in the fall of 2019, anti-war and progressive activists became increasingly concerned that the United States had weaponized its control of the dollar. Using a form of economic warfare, the U.S. had imposed sanctions on 39 countries. Among them were Zimbabwe, Libya and Mali in Africa; Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela in Latin America; Syria, Yemen and Iran in the Middle East; Burma and Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in Asia; and Belarus and Russia in Europe. A group of activists, who were working on anti-sanctions campaigns in particular countries or areas, joined together as the Sanctions Kill Campaign and started meeting to plan an international campaign to oppose all the sanctions imposed by the U.S. In 15 different languages, they have issued a call for demonstrations and meetings for March 13-15 and have drawn an international response.The most recent organizing meeting, held Feb. 1 at the Solidarity Center here, was chaired by members of the December 12th Movement and the International Action Center, and attended by representatives of the Venceramos Brigade, CODEPINK, the Venezuelan Embassy Protectors Collective, Peoples Power Assembly-New York City and Socialist Action; members of the Ecuadorean, Honduran and Palestinian communities; and progressive unions, including the National Writers Union (UAW Local 1981) and Progressive Staff Congress.
Receive email alerts News New wave of censorship targeting critical media outlets Follow the news on Venezuela June 3, 2016 Journalists attacked during Caracas street protests Two journalists murdered just days apart in Venezuela News News Coronavirus “information heroes” – journalism that saves lives Organisation January 13, 2021 Find out more to go further News RSF_en Amid mounting tension throughout the country, reporters trying to cover the protests were threatened or were the targets of physical and verbal violence, and in some cases their equipment was confiscated or destroyed.“We urgently appeal to the authorities and people of Venezuela to respect the work of journalists and not make media personnel the focus of the country’s problems,” said Emmanuel Colombié, the head of RSF’s Latin America desk.“At this time of heightened social tension, it is essential that journalists should be able to report what is happening without being harassed. The police and judicial authorities must shed light on these acts of persecution, which are unacceptable”. This video gives an idea of the nightmare they had to endure: (credits: LaPatilla)Momento en el que intentaron robarle los… por elnacionalwebSee also this tweet by Fernando J. Enrique (@ferchomr90):Violencia de colectivos contra camarógrafo, Av. Fuerzas Armadas. Hoy, mediodía @GenPenaloza @Imag3n pic.twitter.com/QhyByFG8c1— Fernando J. Enrique (@ferchomr90) 2 juin 2016According to the Venezuelan NGO Espacio Público, at least 19 journalists were attacked in the space of just two hours in downtown Caracas. They included reporters for Vivo Play, El Universal, El Pitazo, 2001, El Nacional, Crónica Uno, NTN24 and Caraota Digital.Several of the victims said that elected Caracas officials had a direct hand in the violence and confiscation of equipment.RSF joins the National College of Journalists (CNP) in calling on the government to provide “real guarantees for the free exercise of journalism in the country” and in urging the police and judicial authorities and the Office of the Ombudsman (an offshoot of the public prosecutor’s office) to identify those responsible for the violence and punish them appropriately. Venezuela is ranked 139th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2016 World Press Freedom Index. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the many attacks on journalists during major street protests yesterday in Caracas against food shortages and Venezuela’s deepening economic crisis. At least 19 were attacked by either police, members of the National Guard or demonstrators. Help by sharing this information August 25, 2020 Find out more VenezuelaAmericas Condemning abusesProtecting journalists Violence VenezuelaAmericas Condemning abusesProtecting journalists Violence June 15, 2020 Find out more
Prince George’s County Police Dept.(WASHINGTON) — Police in Maryland have found a 16-year-old girl who they believe was kidnapped in Langley Park Tuesday morning — more than a week after she was originally reported missing in Washington, D.C.Erica Alvarez was safely located and is talking to authorities, Prince George’s County police said Tuesday afternoon.She had been abducted shortly before 8 a.m. by a suspect driving a dark Ford SUV, police said.Police believe “she was taken against her will” from the vestibule of an apartment building, officials said. The SUV had been circling the neighborhood and then at least one masked suspect got out of the car and “specifically grabbed Erica,” witnesses told police.The teen does know someone at the apartment, police saidPrince George police were first called to the neighborhood at 6 a.m. Tuesday when a concerned witness saw a “distraught” Erica, authorities said. When officers arrived, the teen wasn’t there.The next call about Erica came at 7:49 a.m. to report her abduction, police said.Alvarez lives in Washington, D.C., and was reported missing there on May 22, police said.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Rhodes Must Fall originated in South Africa and called for the removal of statues of Cecil Rhodes from the Oxford Campus; it was inevitably unsuccessful. The college identifies the goals of the research as the production of “a report and other scholarly publications”, as well as to “set the standard for future work in other institutions.” The move follows investigations by American universities into their involvement with the slave trade. In the UK, the University of Glasgow recently published a report on its own ties to slavery, whilst Edinburgh University has undertaken a similar project. The two year role as a research assistant will focus on “explor[ing]connections between the college and colonialism, uncovering benefactions to StJohn’s and the alumni who served in the empire.” St John’s College has announced the creation of a new research post exploring “St John’s and the Colonial Past”, the first position of its kind to be established at the university. The vacancy posting cites a “drive to ‘decolonise the university’- or, at any rate, to think about the implications of institutional involvement in imperial projects of the past” as the chief motive behind this new research. After research has been completed, a series of workshops will be held in order to broaden discussion of the topic and to formulate responses to the project’s findings. The application directly refers to the Rhodes Must Fall campaign as an example of how “institutional involvement in the imperial projects of the past — is now a matter of world-wide scholarly concern.” Further information provided by St John’s College describes Oxford’s involvement as various, stating: “Oxford in general helped to educate and train colonial administrators; missionaries; apologists for, and critics, of empire; and significant leaders and creators of newly independent states.” It goes on to say that “there are thus compelling intellectual and ethical reasons for institutions of higher education to face up to the role they played in the British Empire.” The post is currently open for applications and the appointee will begin their work alongside Professor William Whyte, leader of the project and Professor of Social and Architectural History, at the start of next year.
SAMANTHA HOWARDBayonne Economic Opportunity Foundation To the Editor:On behalf of the Bayonne Economic Opportunity Foundation (BEOF), thank you for your extremely generous donation of food for our food pantry. We want to thank the students and their families for their continued support and generosity. It is appreciated more than words can say. To have our food pantry stocked is amazing because of the increase in the number of people turning to the BEOF for help.
69 of Austin, TX, formerly of Bayonne, passed away on April 6, 2018 at home. Henry was a graduate of Bayonne High School and after graduation served in United States Air Force as a communication technician serving in Japan and Bergstrom Air Force Base, Texas. After his discharge from the Air Force, he worked for many years in the computer technology field. After his retirement, Henry, affectionately known as Hank, volunteered at Austin’s Top Drawer Thrift, raising funds for people in need. Henry was predeceased by his parents Henry Sr. and Lillian Millan (nee: Wilk) and sister Elizabeth. Surviving are his wife, Mauri and his children Michelle Millan Driscoll PhD, and her husband Daniel and son Michael Travis and his significant other, Katie Delliber. Also surviving are his brothers and sisters, Thomas, Christine Szczepanski, Anthony, Anna Marie Raslowsky, Paul and Sharon McGovern. In addition, he is survived by several aunts, uncles and cousins, nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements by ALL FAITHS Funeral Home – Austin, 8507 North IH-35, Austin, TX.
The Ocean City Junior Raiders take on the Ventnor Pirates in the last game of the regular season on Saturday, Oct. 25 at Carey Stadium behind Ocean City High School.This week is homecoming for the eighth-graders on the varsity team. The Peewee level hopes to solidify a playoff spot. Finally, the JV team is looking to cap off a perfect regular season and finish at 8-0 as it marches into the playoffs as one of the top seeds. The weather looks terrific for Saturday, so come out, support the hard work of our players and cheerleaders over the past three months and see some great youth football action today at the high school.Game times are: Taxi (K through 2nd grade): 2 p.m.; peewee (3rd and 4th grade): 4 p.m.; JV (5th and 6th grade): 5:30 p.m.; and varsity (7th and 8th grades): 7 p.m.Carey Stadium is located at 6th Street and the Boardwalk. You can also follow the Junior Raiders on its website, www.ocjuniorraiders.com, and on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Vine. We welcome you to come out and support our teams!— By Raymond Patella for the Ocean City Junior Raiders
WhatsApp Pinterest Pinterest Jon Zimney/95.3 MNC The South Bend Police Department will again be helping families in need this Christmas and Holiday Season with the ‘Heroes and Helpers’ event from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 21 at the South Bend Target store-1400 E. Ireland Road.Normally, our officers’ shop with families in Target, helping them find the best Christmas gifts, but with COVID-19 that wasn’t possible. This year, each family will be awarded multiple $100 Target gift cards based on the number of children in each family. For example, two kids equal $200 in Target gift cards. These gift cards will be used to shop online at Target.com.Once orders are placed, families will pick up their items at the designated South Bend Target store and our officers will be there to greet them and present them with their gifts.A list of families have already been given to the South Bend Police Department.Local social service organizations worked together to vet families and provide South Bend Polcie with the names of those who they felt were most in need. Google+ Google+ WhatsApp By 95.3 MNC – December 21, 2020 0 436 South Bend Police “Heroes and Helpers” event helping families despite pandemic Facebook Facebook Twitter IndianaLocalNews Twitter Previous articleBodies of man, 47, and two teenagers found in home on Spring River Drive in ElkhartNext articleMuncie man wins lawsuit after parents destroy pornography collection 95.3 MNCNews/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel is your breaking news and weather station for northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan.