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"ed barnett" Discussed on The Up and Comers Show

The Up and Comers Show

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"ed barnett" Discussed on The Up and Comers Show

"I need your help with this. And he is like i'm in and he cut the check in. We were able to run the pilot program in july. All in covid we. We gave five employment opportunities. We kept in safe. We kept socially distanced and just a learning learning space and it was amazing. And yeah you just gotta go out and do it like for me dash. We were joking around out. Call him dr dash and me professor ricky just because like we. We had the opportunity to teach these kids and for me. Personally i you know. I didn't graduate from high school. And i never went to college so for me to come in here in. Have some good things for these kids to learn. It really meant a lot. I actually in twenty twenty one. I want to go out there. And get my. Ged be twenty years after supposed to graduate. Someone twenty year anniversary might celebrate that or i'm going to celebrate that with getting my ged just a lot log on and we're trying to do the best we can. I'm wondering you're more on this. Why go back in. Get your ged. What does that mean to you. If i can be completely honest it doesn't mean anything to me. It means more so about the credibility and the story of it all for for me to step into somebody in high school and say hey you need to graduate you know they could easily point the finger at me and say well you didn't. That's true. Like i definitely believe that you don't need a college education or a high school diploma to to make it but if you do look at me. It took me fifteen to twenty years to get where i am. I do truly believe that an education at least as high school education will get you closer to your purpose sooner much much sooner. I think the college education simply for the experience of maybe leaving town and being able to meet new people and see new places. I think that's very important as well but dealing with each individual. You know you kind of figure out where they are. School isn't for everybody. And i understand that. I can relate to that so i try to get them both perspectives. Yeah that's really good now. If you look at the pilot program of hassle for success what would you say in. The lessons learned particularly worked. Well and what maybe didn't work. Well i would start with. What didn't work that. Well is the engagement through zoom or having an mba owner on zoom. Call and being able to engage the monitor. That's tough even for me so we had to remind our youth bit. You know you gotta put your game face on. You gotta be engaged. You have to ask questions you have to think about questions. That was one of the toughest parts we were able to bring in one speaker safely. And we talked about financial literacy with him ed barnett. He owns four buffalo wild wings here and he's also like a money manager for professional athletes..

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"ed barnett" Discussed on The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

05:35 min | 11 months ago

"ed barnett" Discussed on The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

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"ed barnett" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:44 min | 11 months ago

"ed barnett" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Today's episode born into slavery. Today's warrior became a journalist. Educator civil workers rights activists in suffer. Just she is best known as the leader of the Anti Lynching Movement her reporting on the violent injustices faced by African Americans and the work to make United States or more equitable place significantly impacted American society. Let's talk about ib well IDA. Bell Wells was born in Holly Springs Mississippi on July Sixteenth. Eighteen sixty two six months. Before the emancipation proclamation. She was the eldest of six children. When I was sixteen. Her parents died in a yellow fever. Outbreak Ida was determined that she and her siblings would not be split up so she got jobs a teacher at a rural country school in eighteen. Eighty two item move with her family to Memphis Tennessee. Two years later I was riding on a train from work when she was asked to move. She was instructed to move to the colored car which also served as a smoking area. Furious either refuse when the conductor forcibly removed from the train ida bit how she sued the Railroad Company and ultimately lost the case according to a story in me obey the injustice inspired beginning of her activism in journalism career while working as a journalist Ida wrote about ride subjects she was an outspoken reporter and weighed in on issues such as disenfranchisement and segregation rapidly. Ida became one of the most prominent black journalists have her time and was called the princess of the press in eighteen ninety two. I disclose friend and two other African Americans were murdered by Lynch mob. The killings motivated IDA to expose the reality of becoming one the first reporter city so I don't wrote articles condemning the attack and the wrongful deaths of African Americans and one article titled Lynch Law. In America I wrote the nineteenth century lynching mob cut off. Ears toes and fingers strips of flesh and distributes sugars person at the body as souvenirs among the crowd. Her Writing Ida documented the dangers that black southerner face after one particularly controversial article. That either wrote a mob stormed the office of her newspaper and destroyed the press. Fortunately I wasn't in the office when the incident occurred still the attack understandably Friday nighter and she left town. She moved to New York where she worked at the New York Age and African American newspaper. There she continued her work exposing lynching and wrote a report on the subject for the publication. Ooh In eighteen. Ninety eight IDA brought her campaign to the White House. She discuss lynchings with President. Mckinley Alami Congress for a National Anti Lynching Law in one thousand nine hundred five item to Chicago and married for an Ed Barnett with whom she had four children in Chicago. Idaho for many prominent civil rights organizations including the National Association of Color Women That Alpha suffrage club and the end ablaze c. p. she actively fought for the women's suffrage movement during one suffers parade organizers told IDA and the other black women incidents to march in the back the organizers feared that women of color would offend southern delegates but either refused standing her ground despite the enormous backlash she received. Ida's fight for. Social Justice was relentless. She continued her activism and to her death in one thousand nine hundred eighty one at the age of Sixteen Ida is best remembered for her invaluable role as a social pioneer Ida a risks her life repeatedly to fight against the score of lynching and to protect African Americans all over the country. Join US TOMORROW TO LEARN ABOUT OUR FINAL WARRIOR. A LEGENDARY PRINCESS A BURKINA-FASSO. Talk to you tomorrow before you go. I want to tell you about a campaign that we're really excited about studies. Show that women and men are labeled differently in the workplace for the same behavior due to unconscious gender bias and because bias is Are So ingrained in society even the most progressive among us are guilty of perpetuating the issue become a catalyst for change this.

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Ida B Wells: The Unsung Heroine of the Civil Rights Movement

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:03 min | 11 months ago

Ida B Wells: The Unsung Heroine of the Civil Rights Movement

"Born into slavery. Today's warrior became a journalist. Educator civil workers rights activists in suffer. Just she is best known as the leader of the Anti Lynching Movement her reporting on the violent injustices faced by African Americans and the work to make United States or more equitable place significantly impacted American society. Let's talk about ib well IDA. Bell Wells was born in Holly Springs Mississippi on July Sixteenth. Eighteen sixty two six months. Before the emancipation proclamation. She was the eldest of six children. When I was sixteen. Her parents died in a yellow fever. Outbreak Ida was determined that she and her siblings would not be split up so she got jobs a teacher at a rural country school in eighteen. Eighty two item move with her family to Memphis Tennessee. Two years later I was riding on a train from work when she was asked to move. She was instructed to move to the colored car which also served as a smoking area. Furious either refuse when the conductor forcibly removed from the train ida bit how she sued the Railroad Company and ultimately lost the case according to a story in me obey the injustice inspired beginning of her activism in journalism career while working as a journalist Ida wrote about ride subjects she was an outspoken reporter and weighed in on issues such as disenfranchisement and segregation rapidly. Ida became one of the most prominent black journalists have her time and was called the princess of the press in eighteen ninety two. I disclose friend and two other African Americans were murdered by Lynch mob. The killings motivated IDA to expose the reality of becoming one the first reporter city so I don't wrote articles condemning the attack and the wrongful deaths of African Americans and one article titled Lynch Law. In America I wrote the nineteenth century lynching mob cut off. Ears toes and fingers strips of flesh and distributes sugars person at the body as souvenirs among the crowd. Her Writing Ida documented the dangers that black southerner face after one particularly controversial article. That either wrote a mob stormed the office of her newspaper and destroyed the press. Fortunately I wasn't in the office when the incident occurred still the attack understandably Friday nighter and she left town. She moved to New York where she worked at the New York Age and African American newspaper. There she continued her work exposing lynching and wrote a report on the subject for the publication. Ooh In eighteen. Ninety eight IDA brought her campaign to the White House. She discuss lynchings with President. Mckinley Alami Congress for a National Anti Lynching Law in one thousand nine hundred five item to Chicago and married for an Ed Barnett with whom she had four children in Chicago. Idaho for many prominent civil rights organizations including the National Association of Color Women That Alpha suffrage club and the end ablaze c. p. she actively fought for the women's suffrage movement during one suffers parade organizers told IDA and the other black women incidents to march in the back the organizers feared that women of color would offend southern delegates but either refused standing her ground despite the enormous backlash she received. Ida's fight for. Social Justice was relentless. She continued her activism and to her death in one thousand nine hundred eighty one at the age of Sixteen Ida is best remembered for her invaluable role as a social pioneer Ida a risks her life repeatedly to fight against the score of lynching and to protect African Americans all over the country.

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