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Cancer patient gets community support from social media
 
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Cuyahoga Arts & Culture: Hospice of the Western Reserve
 
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For more than 35 years, Hospice of the Western Reserve has provided palliative end-of-life care, caregiver support and bereavement services to patients and families throughout Northeast Ohio. Through its Healing Arts and Fabric & Feelings workshops, Hospice offers art classes to help the bereaved through difficult times. Since 2007, Cuyahoga Arts & Culture has invested more than $95 million in 208 arts and cultural organizations in Cuyahoga County. To learn more, visit www.cacgrants.org/report.
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13 Creepiest Mysteries Solved by Journalists Covering the Story
 
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Every writer is looking for the one story that can make their career. While investigating even the smallest mystery they dig up, and devour facts that can hopefully lead to a greater understanding of calamitous, and horrifying events. Some stories take years to get to the bottom of, and a few of the journalists who solved crimes on this list spent most, of their lives following one story in order, to find a somewhat satisfying conclusion. Most of the stories that are covered here don’t have a happy ending, but with the help of the journalists involved the families, of the people involved were to able to find closure in a horrible situation. This is an understatement, but crime investigation isn’t easy. No one wants to share information, you never know who’s telling the truth, and it takes forever to get anything done. People can spend their entire lives trying to solve one case, and more often than not they end up with unsatisfying results, and 30 years worth of court transcripts in their garage. However, when a journalist is able to find a definitive answer to a mystery (local, worldwide, or otherwise), it’s inspiring to all the other writers out there who are looking for their big break. Put on your deerstalker, get out the Smith Corona, and get ready to go down a rabbit hole of unsolved mysteries that, were unraveled by journalists following the story. 👉 Thank for watching! Please Like and Subcribe this Chanel. 👈 13 Creepiest Mysteries Solved by Journalists Covering the Story 1. The Grim Sleeper In 2006, Christine Pelisek began trying to find consistencies, between 38 suspicious deaths of women dating back to the 1980s..... 2. The Disappearance of Duncan MacPherson. Duncan MacPherson was a Canadian semi-pro hockey player who, in 1989, stopped off for some extreme sports in Vienna... 3. Who Owns Man Seated with a Cane? This mystery has everything: a strange painting, Nazis, art thieves, the French government, and Canadians.... 4. Journalist Spends 31 Years on One Case. Larry Welborn spent 31 years reporting, on the unsolved murder of Linda Cummings. In 1974, Cummings was found hanged naked in her apartment.... 5. Ohio Reporter Helps Convict Over 100 Rapists. In 2010, Rachel Dissell was one of two reporters who uncovered, and began writing about a series of neglected rape kits, at the Cleveland Police Department.... 6. The Disappearance of Madalyn Murray O'Hair. Madalyn Murray O'Hair was the founder of American Atheists, and in 1995 she disappeared from Austin, Texas.... 7. Killer Calls Journalist to Confess Crime. On the fateful day of March 16, 1982, Carolyn Tousignant from Milwaukee received a call from the Kosciuszko Middle School.... 8. What Happened to the Death Valley Germans? In 2009, skeletal remains were discovered in Death Valley. Authorities believed that the bones belonged to the mother of a family of German tourists.... 9. Who Watches The Watcher House? The story of The Watcher House of Westfield, NJ, has been a constant source or intrigue since 2015, when a family abandoned their suburban home.... 10. Did the KKK Kill Frank Morris? Frank Morris was asleep in the back bedroom of his shoe repair shop, when the sound of breaking glass woke him... 11. A Murder in Kenosha. A jury in Kenosha Tuesday morning convicted David Wilson, 52, of second degree murder in the death, of his 4-year-old stepson 17 years and 20 days ago.... 12. Reporter Finds Missing Boy While Talking into Camera about Missing Boy. For this reporter, being at the right place at the right time meant relieving, a worried family of their worst fears.... 13. The Mystery of BoShek. When Obi-Wan Kenobi and Luke Skywalker, enter the Mos Eisley cantina for a transport to the Alderaan system... Music: Kevin MacLeod Artist: http://incompetech(dot)com
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Be Well: Young and Obese (Full Program)
 
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The causes and consequences of childhood obesity are multidimensional and the approach to helping children and their families deal with the issue must be, too. Be Well: Young & Obese presents real-life stories of Northeast Ohio children and families struggling to lose weight and embrace healthier habits. It also highlights innovative programs and cutting-edge research taking place in our region to combat the epidemic. From the womb to the school cafeteria, into our homes and neighborhoods, viewers explore the insidious nature of childhood obesity and the courage it takes to combat it. Doctors and public health experts also weigh in with advice and tips for parents committed to fight the fat. More information and resources available at http://www.ideastream.org/health/young
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The President Holds a Town Hall in Baton Rouge
 
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President Obama took questions at a Town Hall at McKinley High School in Baton Rouge, LA. January 14, 2016.
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Around Akron with Blue Green: June 2017
 
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This edition spotlights the Portage Lakes region, including Portage Lakes State Park, area history and a yearly festival featuring dragon boat racing.
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Advanced Vehicles: Driving Growth Part 2
 
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The Obama Administration brings together diverse auto-sector stakeholders at a White House event to celebrate success stories in the remarkable resurgence of the auto industry and spotlight leaders who represent President Obama's vision of out-innovating and out-manufacturing the rest of the world. June 27, 2012.
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Akron could be first city in Ohio to approve assault weapons ban
 
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AKRON -- Akron is expected to be the first city in the state of Ohio to take official legal action toward a statewide a ban on military assault-style weapons like those used in the recent mass slaying in a Parkland FL high school and in most of the other mass shootings in recent years. Councilwoman Tara L. Samples, with the support, so far, of five co-sponsors, is sponsoring a measure urging the Ohio General Assembly to pass legislation outlawing assault weapons. She will first introduce the resolution at a meeting of the Public Safety Committee at 2:15 this afternoon; and then, tonight, she will make a presentation to the full City Council urging immediate approval. Passage will require seven votes. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. Samples, the Lt. Governor running mate of gubernatorial candidate Dennis Kucinich, said she hopes to make history tonight by making her own home town the first city in Ohio to officially endorse banning “these deadly weapons of war.” “Dennis and I, with the help of an overwhelming wave of grassroots volunteers, are working to convince every city council and every board of education all across Ohio to support getting these killing machines off our streets,” Samples said. “I couldn’t be more proud that my own community is about to become the first in Ohio to take this step.” Tonight’s City Council meeting will be live-streamed on this YouTube channel. Kucinich and Samples announced a week ago that they would be spearheading a statewide effort to persuade city councils and school boards to demand action from the state legislature on banning assault weapons.
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May 4th Voices: Kent State, 1970
 
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On October 12, 2012, the play, May 4th Voices, was featured at the annual Oral History Association Conference in Cleveland, Ohio.  Over the next month, film director Mathias Peralta and stage director Katherine Burke worked with the cast to create a film version of the production to accompany A Teacher’s Resource Book for May 4th Voices.  The film received its debut at the Modern Language Association annual meeting in Boston on January 5, 2013 and received its broadcast debut on Western Reserve Public Media on PBS channels 45 and 49. Stage Direction by:  Katherine Burke Filmed by: Mathias Peralta Written by:  David Hassler Co-produced by: Kenneth Bindas & David Hassler
Power & Poetry: Howard M. Metzenbaum U.S. Courthouse, Cleveland, Ohio
 
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The 1910 Howard M. Metzenbaum U.S. Courthouse in Cleveland, Ohio, is one of the more than 200 legacy properties under GSA's stewardship. The film is part of GSA's efforts to support the Executive Order 13287, "Preserve America", which encourages Americans to explore and enjoy our nation's heritage. It was produced for the Center for Historic Buildings, Office of the Chief Architect by the Video and Broadcasting Team, Office of Citizen Services and Communications. DVD copies are available by contacting historic.buildings@gsa.gov. http://gsa.gov/historicpreservation
ch 19) Surprises
 
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chapter 19: A People's History (Of The United States) Howard Zinn. ~ Chapter 19, "Surprises", covers other movements that happened during the 1960s, such as second-wave feminism, the prison reform/prison abolition movement, the Native American rights movement, and the counterculture. People and events from the feminist movement covered include Betty Friedan's The Feminine Mystique, Women's International Terrorist Conspiracy from Hell, Patricia Robinson, the National Domestic Workers Union, National Organization for Women, Roe v. Wade, Susan Brownmiller's Against Our Will, and Our Bodies, Ourselves. People and events from the prison movement covered include George Jackson, the Attica Prison riots, and Jerry Sousa. People and events from the Native American rights movement covered include the National Indian Youth Council, Sid Mills, Akwesasne Notes, Indians of All Tribes, the First Convocation of American Indian Scholars, Frank James, the American Indian Movement, and the Wounded Knee incident. People and events from the counterculture covered include Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Malvina Reynolds, Jessica Mitford's The American Way of Death, Jonathan Kozol, George Dennison, and Ivan Illich.
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Diabetes: The Constant Shadow
 
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Diabetes has reached epidemic proportions in the U.S. with nearly 24 million Americans--both children and adults--afflicted with this severe, chronic disease. Follow the stories of Northeast Ohioans who cope daily with the constant shadow. In this WVIZ/PBS ideastream production, youll also learn about the newest and most advanced treatments for managing and preventing the disease from local medical experts. http://www.wviz.org/show/diabetes
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Facing Depression
 
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We'll follow the stories of local people in the community and hear how depression has affected them and treatments available. Noted medical experts will explain how depression manifests itself, what's known about its causes, and what the risk factors are. In addition, we'll learn about the stigma that still plagues this disease, and how both patients and families cope with it. http://bewell.ideastream.org
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Be Well: Addiction
 
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Addiction is defined as the continued use of a mood altering substance or behavior despite adverse consequences. It runs the gambit from alcohol and cigarettes to prescription and illegal drugs. And, the word addiction is often applied to compulsions that while not substance-related can be just as consuming, such as gambling, shopping, pornography, food, even exercise and texting. Lots of people are addicted to lots of different things. Understanding what addiction is and why it happens are the first steps on the road to recovery, a road that is often bumpy and full of detours. More coverage in ideastream's Be Well series - including links to resources - can be found at http://www.ideastream.org/health/addiction
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Allen Daniel Hicks Dead: Stroke Death Of Inmate Sparks State Investigation
 
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An inmate's death from an untreated stroke has prompted a $1 million settlement and a government investigation. The Tampa Bay Times reports on the circumstances surrounding Allen Daniel Hicks' last days: Hicks, 51, was arrested in May 2012 after veering off Interstate 275 in Tampa. He was booked into jail without a medical screening, rambling incoherently and dragging his left leg. More than a full day passed — during much of which Hicks lay on the floor of his cell or tried to crawl using only his right limbs — before he was taken to Tampa General Hospital and immediately diagnosed with a severe ischemic stroke. He slipped into a coma and died months later. Police said they arrested Hicks because he failed to follow commands to get out of his vehicle. Now the state's health department is launching an investigation into Hicks' death which, the Times reports, will largely focus on the actions of Armor Correctional Health Services Inc., a private company that has been contracted to take care of Hillsborough prisoners. The announcement of the investigation comes the same month that Hicks' family agreed to a $1 million settlement with the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office and Armor, according to WFLA. "You should be able to get help from medical personnel and police officers and not be taken to jail, and we feel the highway patrol and EMT should have much better training on recognizing stroke victims," attorney Paul Rebein, who represented Hicks' family, said. In previous comments to The Huffington Post, David Fathi, the director of the American Civil Liberties Union National Prison Project, said the government is constitutionally required to protect prisoners' health. "Prison officials have a duty under the Constitution to provide prisoners with adequate medical care," Fathi said in an email. "When they violate that duty, the results can be tragic." Companies looking out for their bottom lines have no business providing services to prisoners, according to Fathi. "We believe that incarceration is a uniquely governmental function that should never be contracted out to private, for-profit corporations," Fathi said. "When you combine the profit motive with limited oversight and an unpopular, politically powerless group like prisoners, it's a recipe for bad outcomes."
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Ralph Regula: The Gentleman from Ohio
 
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Ralph Regula was the U.S. Representative for Ohio’s 16th congressional district from 1973 to 2009, serving 18 consecutive terms. Learn more about his life and career from his own recollections, as well as those of his family, friends and colleagues.
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Pot-Laced Cookies Land Texas Grandpa In Jail
 
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Police arrested a grandfather who gave his terminally ill granddaughter edibles.
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Panel 1: Regulation of Emerging Technologies
 
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Emerging technologies present the common question of how science can be integrated into the policy debate when, by definition, with an emerging technology, the science is well ahead of the content of the social discourse and the science is often not well articulated or understood. The scientific community takes time to reach a persuasive consensus on the implications of an emerging technology for societal risks and benefits. During this interval of scientific exploration of impacts of technological innovations, the conventional debates about regulation revolve around applying the precautionary principal to protect against potential risk or regulating only against demonstrated harm. Are there approaches to regulation that allow potential risks to be better imagined and managed without waiting for demonstrated harm or risking stifling innovation.
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SARA BAREILLES - WikiVidi Documentary
 
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Sara Beth Bareilles is an American singer-songwriter and actress. She achieved mainstream success in 2007 with the hit single " Love Song," which reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Bareilles has sold over one million albums and over nine million singles/downloads in the United States alone and has earned six Grammy Award nominations, including one Album of the Year nomination for her album The Blessed Unrest. In the third season of NBC's The Sing-Off, Bareilles was a celebrity judge alongside Ben Folds and Shawn Stockman. In February 2012, VH1 placed Bareilles in the 80th spot of the Top 100 Greatest Women in Music. Her memoir, Sounds Like Me: My Life in Song, was published in 2015 and was listed by The New York Times as a best-seller. She composed music and wrote lyrics for the Broadway musical Waitress, for which she earned a Tony Award nomination for Best Original Score in 2016 and a Grammy nomination for Best Musical Theatre Album. She took her final bow as Jenna... ____________________________________ Shortcuts to chapters: 00:01:32: Early life 00:03:21: 2002–06: Career beginnings and Careful Confessions 00:05:16: 2007–08: Little Voice 00:09:28: 2009–12: Kaleidoscope Heart and The Sing-Off 00:13:05: Indiana State Fair stage collapse 00:13:38: 2012–14: Once Upon Another Time EP and The Blessed Unrest 00:19:27: 2015–present: Waitress, Sounds Like Me, and What's Inside 00:22:36: Musical style and influences 00:23:23: Band members 00:24:31: Collaborations with other artists 00:28:02: Personal life ____________________________________ Copyright WikiVidi. Licensed under Creative Commons. Wikipedia link: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sara_Bareilles
Juvenile Crimes in Pennsylvania
 
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The Conner Law Group is an experienced Montgomery County criminal defense law firm, practicing in Southeastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Our firm handles all criminal defense matters, including DUIs, drug offenses, theft, gun crimes, homicide, robbery, and assault, just to name a few. Over the past 25 years, we have gained extensive trial experience that provides clients with the effective legal support they need when it matters most. The Conner Law Group 8000 Old York Road Elkins Park, PA 19027 Telephone: (215) 876-0227 Fax: (215) 635-4173 https://connerlawgroup.wpengine.com/
ONC Programs and Their effect on the Safety Net Community
 
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6/18/2010 - The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) authorized the creation and Federal funding of many important health information technology (HIT) programs. Currently, the Office of the National Coordinator for Healthcare Information Technology (ONC), directed by Dr. David Blumenthal is responsible for the coordination of many of these programs including the Regional Extensions Centers, the State Health Information Exchanges, and workforce and education training grant programs. These HIT programs provide Federal support and funding for new and existing healthcare providers and networks to help them and the healthcare community become meaningful users of electronic health records and HIT. These ONC grant programs and presenters include: The Regional Extension Center Programs; The State Health Information Exchanges (HIE) Programs; and Workforce and Education Development Programs. Presenters include Matt Kendal, the Office Provider Support and Adoption; Kerry Branick, Public Health Analyst, Office of State & Community Programs; and Chitra Moha the Director, Community College Workforce Division, Office of Provider Adoption Support. Embedded at: http://www.hrsa.gov/healthit/toolbox/webinars/index.html
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The Knowledge Exchange - Heroin Epidemic in Lake County
 
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The State of Ohio has one of the highest rates of overdose deaths. 2016 statistics show that in Lake County alone, 86 people died due to drug overdoses. Of that, 78 involved opioids.
TV Commercial: Big Time: 15 Second Ad
 
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COPS Conference 2012 -- Anthony B. Iton
 
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Anthony B. Iton, Senior Vice President, Healthy Communities, The California Endowment. Keynote speaker at the 2012 National COPS Conference
Session II: Health Benefits of Carbon Tax
 
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"Climate, Energy, and Carbon Pricing Issues Surrounding the Built Environment" Brian Schwartz, MD, MS, Professor, Environmental Health Sciences, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (1:19) "Health Impacts of Carbon Pricing: Potential Benefits for Chronic Disease Reduction" Cindy Parker, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Environmental Health Sciences, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (28:09) "Energy Poverty, Carbon Pricing and the Transition to a Post-carbon Future in Low and Middle-income Countries" Peter Winch, MD, MPH, Professor and Director, Social Behavioral Interventions (SBI) Program, Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (47:57)
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Removing Barriers to Transportation and Expanding Senior Mobility
 
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This webinar features the experience of two NADTC grantees in a year-long grant program designed to develop and implement an innovation to increase accessible transportation options for older adults and people with disabilities living in the community.
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Opioid Crisis in the Workplace: The Proactive Role Employers Can Take
 
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Did you know American employers lose $80 billion annually in productivity, absenteeism, accidents, and healthcare costs due to drug abuse and addiction? Experts from various organizations address the current opioid epidemic and what employers can do to protect their businesses and assist troubled employees.
Giant Eagle
 
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Giant Eagle is a supermarket chain with stores in the U.S. states of Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Indiana and Maryland. The company was founded in 1918 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and incorporated on March 17, 1933. Supermarket News ranked Giant Eagle No. 21 in the 2012 "Top 75 North American Food Retailers" based on 2011 fiscal year estimated sales of $9.3 billion. In 2005, it was the 32nd-largest privately held corporation, as determined by Forbes. Based on 2005 revenue, Giant Eagle is the 49th-largest retailer in the United States. As of Summer 2014, the company has approximately $9.9 billion in annual sales, Giant Eagle has 417 stores. The company also operates 168 fuel station/convenience stores under the GetGo banner. The company operates its corporate headquarters in an office park in the Pittsburgh suburb of O'Hara Township. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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What Is A Written Testimony?
 
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Senate Session 2011-11-10 (10:31:00-11:31:42)
 
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The Senate convened and began a period of morning business. Thereafter, it began consideration of the motion to proceed to S.J.Res.27, a joint resolution disapproving a rule submitted by the Environmental Protection Agency relating to the mitigation by States of cross-border air pollution under the Clean Air Act.
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The Role of the Mentor in Veterans Treatment Courts
 
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The BJA Drug Court Technical Assistance Project at American University presents a webinar on The Role of the Mentor in Veterans Treatment Courts. The webinar was presented by Mr. Jack O'Connor, Mentor Coordinator for the Buffalo, NY, Veterans Treatment Court, and Mr. Greg Coker, the Mentor Coordinator for the San Bernardino, CA, Veterans Treatment Court. This webinar addresses issues relevant to establishing and managing a mentor program for Veterans Treatment Courts, including: (1) planning a mentor program – identifying mentors, screening, recruitment, training, and other tasks; (2) managing a mentor program -- matching mentors with mentees; monitoring the mentor program and the mentors providing services; (3) common issues that may arise and strategies for addressing them; and (4) sustaining a mentor program over time. Additional accessibility options for this video are available upon request. Email justice@american.edu or call 202-885-2875.
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Senate Session 2011-12-14 (18:15:03-19:21:57)
 
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The Senate convened and began a period of morning business.Thereafter, members proceeded to concurrent consideration of S.J.Res.10 and S.J.Res.24, joint resolutions proposing balanced budget amendments.
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JCCC Board of Trustees Meeting for February 20, 2014
 
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The monthly meeting of the JCCC Board of Trustees which was held on February 20, 2014.
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The Ohio Innocence Project - False Justice: Eight Myths That Convict the Innocent
 
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October 11, 2016 Sponsored by The Lakeland Foundation The Innocence Project’s mission is to free the staggering number of innocent people who remain incarcerated, and to bring reform to the system responsible for their unjust imprisonment. Learn about the work of The Ohio Innocence Project, the insights of Jim and Nancy Petro, and the triumphs of Raymond Towler and Dean Gillispie.
Michigan State Board of Education Meeting for November 8, 2011 - Session Part 3
 
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Michigan State Board of Education Meeting for November 8, 2011 - Session Part 3 Source: Michigan Department of Education
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Luimoto Seat Covers at motorcyclestuff.com.au Sydney NSW Australia https://www.motorcyclestuff.com.au/luimoto-seat-covers/
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espyconnect NDIS Support Item modification 2017
 
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we have made some changes to our NDIS Support Items category. Watch our video to see how easy it is to update your listing!
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