JKPSC has completely gone nuts. After having ridiculously delayed the conduct of KAS Mains examination for almost half a year, the new datesheet that they have come up with now clashes with the date on which the Prelims for the post of ACF is already scheduled to be held i.e., on 17th of March 2018. Imagine same agency conducting two different exams having same eligibility criteria and then scheduling them on the same day. They have completely lost their credibilty as an institution. They have completely lost the faith that the public had reposed in them. They have played, nay cheated with the future of thousands of young hardworking aspirants.
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I still don’t have the right words. Bobby is the second person who participated in Live Through This to die by suicide—and another wonderful human who supported the project for years, and planned to share eventually, took her life last year, as well. It doesn’t get easier to take and, depending on the day, I wonder at the futility of all of it.
Can I really make a dent in this public health problem when I’m up against a system that’s SO fucked? When I work in a field that is driven by fear and that can’t get out of its own way? When I don’t even have faith that the few resources we do have in place are truly effective?
These people I love keep leaving, and it will never stop breaking my heart.
In honor of Black Power Month, we present a poetry workshop, open mic and invitational reading. Bring your kids. Bring ya mom. Drop a donation in the bucket. Its a fundraiser for the middle school students of Children of Promise Elementary. The invitational is thick with badass poets of color: F Douglas Brown, Shonda Buchanan, Natalie J Graham, Monique Mitchell, Mike Sonksen, Amanda Choo Quan and Joseph Rios. FIRE.
What an irony that I am a good fundraising manager for others but I can’t do it for myself! Can’t believe that I managed a fundraising project by selling a hundred cartons of Lucozade sports drink!
I am in need of a fundraising manager for myself !
In case you do not know the story yet,
I will be running London Marathon 2018 in April this year! This is one of the 6 World Marathon Majors where Runners are encouraged to raise funds for charity organisation to help them finance their noble deed for the society. My wish this year is that more people will learn to give to charity organization to help them fund their missions. No amount is too small to donate as it all adds up in the long run. “Livability is a National disability charity that connects people with their communities. Your donation will help to fund the services and projects that will promote inclusion and wellbeing for the disabled and vulnerable people. Any amount raised will make a huge difference to these lives.” I have learned that my gift of running is to be used to help others less fortunate than me in this life. I hope that you will open your hearts too and start to donate and give back to the society with the many blessings that you have. No amount is too small. Start today with “Livability”. Click on this link to donate to Livability: London Marathon 2018
To know more about Livability, please visit www.livability.org.uk
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Arty Color Gallery’s artist presented exclusively on the website.
The French contemporary artist Luc Henri Denis Boucard, aka DHLB his artist name, is a creator of figurative and abstract photographic artworks.
His photographic work is based on different artistic movements including street-art and urban art.
Blending modern aesthetics, each DHLB photographic work of offers a new perspective on contemporary art. According to his urban discoveries and inspirations of street art, the artist transposes reality in its own way, making it more harmonious and optimistic.
Transforming the mundane into handsome, he dresses the simplicity on sophistication, playing with codes and colors, and explores through the juxtaposition of several digital images of this series of women’s portraits …
To know more about this artist and discover his artworks, click on the link.
All Black History isn’t gushy feel good fodder. Sometimes it is cold and harsh. Sometimes it is a violent backlash created in the mire of US race relations, a foundation of slavery and oppression. Now I am not saying I celebrate murder but I do know exactly what happens to a raisin in the sun. It Explodes.
Pictured here (l to r) are Manuel Moore, Larry Green, Jessie Lee Cooks and JCX Simon; the four persons convicted in the Zebra murders. The “Zebra” murders were a string of racially motivated murders that took place in San Francisco, California, from October 1973 to April 1974. A group of male Black Muslims who called themselves the “Death Angels” committed at least 15 murders and 8 attempted murders, entirely against white victims. However, some authorities believe they may have killed as many as 73.
Super excited to co-curate this exhibit with the talented kayla salisbury and feature the work of:
Floyd Strickland, Kern Bruce, Edward Cushenberry, Dezmond Crockett, Dare Coulter, Rachelle Jade, Medar De La Cruz, Niko Laus, Lester Guijarro, Gustavo Oliver, Jamaal Tolbert, Lou Padilla, Kayla Salisbury, Boris Bernard, Runson Willis III, Billy Burgos, Elyse Thoms, Sahmia Parks, Hembert Guardado, Jessi Jumanji, Kenneth Moore, Peter Hess, Chelle Chelle Barbour, Adrienne Wade, Skira Martinez, and others.
FYI Tisa Bryant and Ernest Hardy have put together a incredible feast with their Black Book series at the Hammer. Last night’s Black Love in the Hour of Chaos had me laughing and in tears. It was truly beautiful. I had to leave the Q&A when the old white dude attempted to center on his caucacity and asked why the events focus was on Blackness instead of making it a multicultural affair (in feb, during black history month, oh and the title/concept/context). Oh fragility. There is just no end to you. I exited stage right. No cases for me in 2018. I left with confidence that he got smashed on by these two intellectuals. Ideally both.
Join them on Valentine’s day for a screening of Mahogany followed by conversation and q&a.
I will be running London Marathon 2018 in April this year! This is one of the 6 Major Marathons where Runners are encouraged to raise funds for charity organisation to help them finance their noble deed for the society. My wish this year is that more people will learn to give to charity organization to help them fund their missions. No amount is too small to donate as it all adds up in the long run.
“Livability is a National disability charity that connects people with their communities. Your donation will help to fund the services and projects that will promote inclusion and wellbeing for the disabled and vulnerable people. Any amount raised will make a huge difference to these lives.”
I have learned that my gift of running is to be used to help others less fortunate than me in this life. I hope that you will open your hearts too and start to donate and give back to the society with the many blessings that you have. No amount is too small. Looking forward to your generous contributions for “Livability”.
Click on this link to donate to Livability: London Marathon 2018
Even if you are unable to donate, please share my post and spread the word. Thank you.
To know more about Livability, please visit www.livability.org.uk