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5 Back surgeries of which the last being in Feb of this year and Im not going to be stopped. My Doctors ...
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5 Back surgeries of which the last being in Feb of this year and Im not going to be stopped. My Doctors report went as follows "Ricardo you will not be able to walk with out a cane and or needing a wheelchair" I simply answered with all do respect I BELIEVE IN GODS REPORT. I promised my Father, I'd ... 5 Back surgeries of which the last being in Feb of this year and Im not going to be stopped. My Doctors report went as follows "Ricardo you will not be able to walk with out a cane and or needing a wheelchair" I simply answered with all do respect I BELIEVE IN GODS REPORT.🙏 I promised my Father, I'd put this Album out even if it's my last and going to give all I've got to HONOR HIM Evangilsta Delgado but I'd be remiss not to mention the WOMAN who was by his side for 57 years my mother Maria Ramos Delgado. This Album is for my King n Queen. #SinTi #MrDelgado #Salsa #Bachata #MusicaTropical #Music #Singer #Artist #RadioAirPlayComingREALSoon #VideoComing #ImComing #God1st #GoingForMine #Gymlife #Gym #Fitlife #tattoos
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If you don’t know, now u know. #Repost @ilanusglazer with @get_repost ・・・ #Repost @sophiabush ・・・ Today ...
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If you don’t know, now u know. #Repost @ilanusglazer with @get_repost ・・・ #Repost @sophiabush ・・・ Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding. • The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss ... If you don’t know, now u know. #Repost @ilanusglazer with @get_repost
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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Did you know??? #EqualPayDay #Repost @sophiabush ・・・ Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last ...
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Did you know??? #EqualPayDay #Repost @sophiabush ・・・ Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding. • The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white ... Did you know??? #EqualPayDay
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces ...
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding. • The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas ... Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
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EQUAL PAY DAY #Repost @ilanusglazer ・・・ #Repost @sophiabush ・・・ Today is #EqualPayDay. Did ...
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EQUAL PAY DAY #Repost @ilanusglazer ・・・ #Repost @sophiabush ・・・ Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding. • The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the ... EQUAL PAY DAY #Repost @ilanusglazer
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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 #Repost @sophiabush with @get_repost ・・・ Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last March, ...
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#Repost @sophiabush with @get_repost ・・・ Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding. • The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up ... #Repost @sophiabush with @get_repost
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.
• The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.
• According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.
• Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.
• Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.
• Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.
• And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.
• The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.
• Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.
• And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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 #Repost from @ilanusglazer @sophiabush ・・・ Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... Last March, ...
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#Repost from @ilanusglazer @sophiabush ・・・ Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding. The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch ... #Repost from @ilanusglazer @sophiabush
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist

Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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Regrann from @ilanusglazer - #Repost @sophiabush ・・・ Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last ...
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Regrann from @ilanusglazer - #Repost @sophiabush ・・・ Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding. • The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white ... Regrann from @ilanusglazer - #Repost @sophiabush
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti - #regrann
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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Thank you, sisters, for using your platforms to educate, raise awareness and advocate for positive ...
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Thank you, sisters, for using your platforms to educate, raise awareness and advocate for positive change. We stand with you. @sophiabush @sarahsophief @mspackyetti @monachalabi #Repost @sophiabush ・・・ Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s ... Thank you, sisters, for using your platforms to educate, raise awareness and advocate for positive change. We stand with you. @sophiabush @sarahsophief @mspackyetti @monachalabi 🙏

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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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SCKLM Race Report - Part 2 By km 35 & ws, tinie & co (pacer5) already approach us. Last year i was beaten ...
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SCKLM Race Report - Part 2 By km 35 & ws, tinie & co (pacer5) already approach us. Last year i was beaten by the in km 30. Puan Marlina already give ‘go ahead signal’ to continue my mission. However in km37 the long hilly stretch at Jalan Sultan Salahuddin i no longer can keep up with the pacer5. ... SCKLM Race Report - Part 2

By km 35 & ws, tinie & co (pacer5) already approach us. Last year i was beaten by the 🎈 in km 30. Puan Marlina already give ‘go ahead signal’ to continue my mission.

However in km37 the long hilly stretch at Jalan Sultan Salahuddin i no longer can keep up with the pacer5. But tnie said to me come on chip! we got lot of buffer!! Try to maintain the pace but the pace is slowing down. The more i catch up, the pacer team is drafting away.. By km38 i already lost sight of them

With the God will, i managed to see them again among the crowd. I think they stop quiet long in ws km39.. slowly regain my confidence.. just try to ignore the pain & regain my mental strength. Decided to eat my 7th power gel & chasing them.. time mind over body games 🙆🏻‍♂️ Slowly i close the gap with the pacer 5 🎈. On km 41.5 I managed to overtake them.. shouted to tnie u jgn potong i lagi... Hehehehhe 😄. Revenge is sweet 👍🏻 500meter to the finishing line i can hear roar, people cheering along the way to finishing line. It’s wonderful feeling especially when u know u meet the Personal Best (PB). Thank you to all !!! Simply make the atmosphere great 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Finally i make it to the finishing line. With the nett time of 4:57.. wuhooo finally i got the sub5.. Guess who appear one minute later, Puan Marlina.. 😅 if i knew she will regain the energy. i should wait for her & crossing the line together.. my apologies again.

Part 3 will follow soon.
First 📸by Jason Hew at km 39, 2nd by Geng Koleq Runner at km42 & 3rd pic gmbr lama from scklm 2017, (revenge is sweet)

#scklm2018 #PB #Sub5 #scklm #klmarathon #signaturepose #42km #fullmarathon #fm #frc #familyrunningcrew #koleqrunners #awesome #ST #lastsunday #TeamGarmin #TeamNike #NikeRunClub #NRC #JustDoIt #MakeItCount #NikePlus #NikeMy #ChooseGo #runningmalaysia #NikeMalaysia #cuwenucme
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces ...
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding. • The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas ... Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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Last summer, I sat down with local metal detector, Brian Yerdon (@yerdigginit_metal_detecting) ...
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Last summer, I sat down with local metal detector, Brian Yerdon (@yerdigginit_metal_detecting) to learn about a few of the interesting items he had unearthed in Central New York which I highlighted in an article called “The Hole Truth,” for the @SyracuseNewTimes. One of the items he had ... Last summer, I sat down with local metal detector, Brian Yerdon (@yerdigginit_metal_detecting) to learn about a few of the interesting items he had unearthed in Central New York which I highlighted in an article called “The Hole Truth,” for the @SyracuseNewTimes. One of the items he had discovered was a 1960 Hamilton High School ring that he was in the process of researching. I’m pleased to report that Brian and I recently had lunch with Dorothy Fuller, the rightful owner of the ring. Dorothy had been alerted to my story from former classmates and contacted me to learn more about the ring. The word, “DOT,” inscribed on the inside of the ring told us all we needed to know, “DOT,” was her High School nickname. Brian had the ring professionally cleaned and presented it to her this past weekend. Dorothy reported she had lost the ring 57 years ago at the Lebanon Reservoir in Hamilton, New York. Dorothy stated that she had removed the ring when she went swimming with friends and placed it in her shoe. One of her friends had stumbled over the shoe and the ring fell out. “I was certain it had fallen into the water,” Dorothy said. Brian, a Syracuse resident was searching near his private camp when he found the ring, exactly where Dorothy described, hanging close to the end of the embankment, inches from the water. Dorothy only had the ring for 9 months when it went missing, but plans to hang onto it a lot longer this time around. #SyracuseHistory
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Take a minute to look at this chart...let the gaps sink in... #Repost @sophiabush with @get_repost ・・・ Today ...
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Take a minute to look at this chart...let the gaps sink in... #Repost @sophiabush with @get_repost ・・・ Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding. • The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss ... Take a minute to look at this chart...let the gaps sink in... #Repost @sophiabush with @get_repost
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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The report came in at 2:57 a.m about the shooting on the 2400 block of Clifford St. The victim is ...
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The report came in at 2:57 a.m about the shooting on the 2400 block of Clifford St. The victim is in stable condition at Hahnemann hospital. There is no information on the suspect at this time. Police are still investigating. The report came in at 2:57 a.m about the shooting on the 2400 block of Clifford St.

The victim is in stable condition at Hahnemann hospital.

There is no information on the suspect at this time.

Police are still investigating.
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Police violence should be considered a public health issue, according to a new study. The research, ...
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Police violence should be considered a public health issue, according to a new study. The research, published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, uses years of life lost (YLL) to gauge the impact of police violence on public health. YLL is a measure employed by public health ... Police violence should be considered a public health issue, according to a new study.

The research, published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, uses years of life lost (YLL) to gauge the impact of police violence on public health. YLL is a measure employed by public health officials to compare the burden of diseases and injuries across different populations. YLL focuses on the number of years a person could have lived—according to their country’s life expectancy—if he or she hadn’t died prematurely from an identifiable disease or injury.

In their report, researchers from the medical schools of Berkeley, Harvard, and UCLA show what many already know to be true: police violence disproportionately impacts young people, and those young people are disproportionately people of color. The study also notes that police violence has a similar impact on public health as meningitis and maternal deaths. “Yet, many of these conditions receive more attention than police violence, in terms of grant funding, for example,” researchers note.

The researchers analyzed YLL due to police violence by race and age in the US in 2015 and 2016. They gathered data from The Counted, a publicly available dataset compiled by The Guardian that they considered more complete than the National Vital Statistics System. There were 1,146 and 1,092 deaths due to police violence in 2015 and 2016, respectively. Just over half of the deaths were among white Americans, 26% were among blacks and 17% were among Hispanics.

The average death rate due to police violence was 3.5 per million. Black Americans had a death rate of 7.2 per million, well above the rates for Hispanics and whites, at 3.3 and 2.9 per million, respectively. In terms of YLL, police violence accounted for 57,375 and 54,754 in 2015 and 2016, respectively. People of color make up 39% of the US population, but 52% of all YLL in those two years.

The researchers hope that by framing police violence as a public health issue, and comparing its impact to broadly sympathetic issues like meningitis and maternal mortality, it will draw more of a focus on prevention efforts.
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Repost @organicalkalinefamily Seeded Watermelon For High Blood Pressure And Erectile Dysfunction. . Seeded watermelon, one of the most popular fruit in America, is native to southern Africa region but records show its first cultivation dating back to around 3000 BC in Egypt. Thereafter, ... Repost @organicalkalinefamily Seeded Watermelon For High Blood Pressure And Erectile Dysfunction.
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Seeded watermelon, one of the most popular fruit in America, is native to southern Africa region but records show its first cultivation dating back to around 3000 BC in Egypt. Thereafter, the alkaline fruit was brought to Asia and Europe. Seeded watermelon reportedly didn’t reach the Americas until colonist brought seeds with them in the 1500s. Now, in modern times, around four billion pounds of the fruit is being produced every year in the US alone.
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It’s a good thing seeded watermelon is so popular around the world because the fruit is one of the healthiest foods a person can eat. The alkaline fruit has several great health benefits and contain essential minerals, antioxidants and other nutrients. While seeded watermelon has been proven to help many health issues, it is great fruit to eat for the treatment of erectile dysfunction and high blood pressure.
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Researchers say watermelon has components that distribute beneficial effects to the body’s blood vessels and can also help to increase libido. The phytonutrients in the fruit contributes to relaxing the blood vessels, resulting in lower blood pressure and better erectile health. When these key compounds from watermelons are ingested, it strengthens the heart and circulation system.
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In a recent study, five postmenopausal women and four men ages 51 to 57, with the first stage of high blood pressure, were given doses of seeded watermelon to determine its effectiveness against pre-hypertension. Scientists found better arterial function and lowered aortic blood pressure in all nine subjects. The report also concluded that the seeded watermelon prevented prehypertension from progressing to full-blown high blood pressure. #drsebi #organicalkalinefamily
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 #nolaprimenews NOPD reported a carjacking and a simple robbery in Central City and a simple robbery ...
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#nolaprimenews NOPD reported a carjacking and a simple robbery in Central City and a simple robbery in the French Quarter in the crime log for Saturday morning (May 19) to Sunday morning (May 20). Central City: A man approached a woman on her birthday Saturday around 8:30 p.m. near Erato ... #nolaprimenews NOPD reported a carjacking and a simple robbery in Central City and a simple robbery in the French Quarter in the crime log for Saturday morning (May 19) to Sunday morning (May 20). Central City:
A man approached a woman on her birthday Saturday around 8:30 p.m. near Erato and South Robertson streets and grabbed the money pinned to the 23-year-old woman's shirt before running away. The 57-year-old man, later identified by New Orleans police as Calvin Rankin, returned to the scene, and the two had a physical fight. NOPD found the woman's torn cash in the man's wallet, and he admitted to stealing the money, according to a preliminary police report.
Around 7:30 a.m. in the 2600 block of Josephine Street, a 35-year-old man observed a silver sedan with two men inside stop a few feet away from him. One of the men stepped out of the vehicle armed with a silver hand gun and demanded the 35-year-old's truck. The man complied and the subjects fled with the truck.
French Quarter: Around 10 p.m. in the 800 block of Iberville Street, a 21-year-old man was approached by two unknown men who asked for money. One of the men reached into the victim's back pocket and removed cash. Both men then fled towards N. Rampart Street.
A 24-year-old man was also shot to death in 7th Ward late Saturday night.
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A shoe with a powerful statement. My #UltraBoost stops 11 plastic bottles from entering our oceans. WSPA ...
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A shoe with a powerful statement. My #UltraBoost stops 11 plastic bottles from entering our oceans. WSPA report indicates that between 57,000 and 135,000 whales are entangled by plastic marine debris every year. #AdidasParley Exclusive online! #adidasMY #RunForTheOceans #AdidasRunning ... A shoe with a powerful statement.
My #UltraBoost stops 11 plastic bottles from entering our oceans.

WSPA report indicates that between 57,000 and 135,000 whales are entangled by plastic marine debris every year. #AdidasParley Exclusive online! #adidasMY
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Day 2 of 5 of my 5 day series of my lessons learned in 5 Ironmans. <span class="emoji emoji1f3ca"></span>🏼♀🚴🏼♀<span class="emoji emoji1f3c3"></span>🏼♀⠀ ⠀ IRONMAN #2 - Ironman ...
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Day 2 of 5 of my 5 day series of my lessons learned in 5 Ironmans. 🏼♀🚴🏼♀🏼♀⠀ ⠀ IRONMAN #2 - Ironman Wisconsin 2013⠀ ⠀ After my first ironman, I was hooked. It's hard to not want to go back and try to go even faster. This time my sights were set on trying to qualify for Kona. You never know who is ... Day 2 of 5 of my 5 day series of my lessons learned in 5 Ironmans. 🏊🏼♀🚴🏼♀🏃🏼♀⠀

IRONMAN #2 - Ironman Wisconsin 2013⠀

🌟After my first ironman, I was hooked. It's hard to not want to go back and try to go even faster. This time my sights were set on trying to qualify for Kona. You never know who is going to show up, but I was prepared to do my best, and hope that that was enough. I had a new coach - @bethgmckenzie and I had moved out to California, and I was inspired to be even stronger and faster than my first.⠀

🌟Volume leading up to the race: Avg of 16hrs/week⠀
On average….⠀
Swim: 8,000yds per week⠀
Bike: 8hrs per week (approx 160 miles per week)⠀
Run: 4hrs per week (approx 30 miles per week) ⠀

🌟Race Report:⠀
Swim – 1:14:46 (1:46/100yd) – 17th in AG⠀
Bike – 6:21:17 (17.62mph) – 10th in AG⠀
Run – 4:11:41 (9:36min/mile) – 6th AG⠀
Finish: 11:56:57 – 6th place AG⠀

🌟Slower time, but better placement, compared to my first Ironman. That's why you just never know. It seemed to be a slow day. The winds were horrible on the bike, but then when I hit the run, I went for it. I gave it everything I had, and I felt awesome practically the whole time. I was SO close to being in the top 5, but I just couldn't make it happen. Not enough road left. ⠀

🌟5 lessons learned during this race:⠀
1. Get a better water bottle cage - or just don't have any off the back of my seat⠀
2. Double check bike and the alignment - I had put my aero bars on at a downward angle, making it for an interesting day. lol. Definitely more aero.⠀
3. Still need to work on eating more on the bike. Started running feeling like I was HUNGRY!⠀
4. Learning how to gear made my bike and was why I was able to pass so many girls. They kept dropping their chain!⠀
5. Try to not get sick race week - I battled a head cold all day. :/⠀

Have you ever raced sick? How did you handle it? Ironically this has been my best race from start to finish, though. lol. #getregimental
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<span class="emoji emoji1f50c"></span> Tarifa eléctrica se mantendrá inalterable en julio, según Superintendencia (@SIE_RD). La tarifa ...
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Tarifa eléctrica se mantendrá inalterable en julio, según Superintendencia (@SIE_RD). La tarifa eléctrica para los usuarios del servicio público se mantendrá inalterable durante el próximo mes de julio, según informó este viernes la Superintendencia de Electricidad mediante resolución. La ... 🔌 Tarifa eléctrica se mantendrá inalterable en julio, según Superintendencia (@SIE_RD). La tarifa eléctrica para los usuarios del servicio público se mantendrá inalterable durante el próximo mes de julio, según informó este viernes la Superintendencia de Electricidad mediante resolución.

La institución también reportó el comportamiento que presentaron las variables que determinan la tarifa eléctrica indexada, comenzando por el combustible de referencia USGC HSFO, que en el mes anterior fue de 57.5452 dólares por barril, con un aumento del 12.9 %, al pasar a 64.9409 dólares por barril.

Conoce todos detalles en www.z101digital.com 👆
#ZDigital #Z101 #Noticias
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Running for a good cause today with @kellymiin. WSPA report indicates that between 57,000 and ...
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Running for a good cause today with @kellymiin. WSPA report indicates that between 57,000 and 135,000 whales are entangled by plastic marine debris every year. My #ultraboost stops 11 plastic bottles from entering our oceans. #adidasparley Exclusive online! #adidasMY #RunForTheOceans ... Running for a good cause today with @kellymiin.

WSPA report indicates that between 57,000 and 135,000 whales are entangled by plastic marine debris every year. My #ultraboost stops 11 plastic bottles from entering our oceans. #adidasparley Exclusive online! #adidasMY
#RunForTheOceans #adidasrunning @adidasrunning
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(CNN) — In recent years, much of the racial news in America has been sobering, if not depressing. ...
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(CNN) — In recent years, much of the racial news in America has been sobering, if not depressing. Trayvon Martin. Tamir Rice. Walter Scott. Ferguson. Baltimore. And Charlottesville. While many public commentators, like Ta-Nehisi Coates, have underlined the enduring character of racism ... (CNN) — In recent years, much of the racial news in America has been sobering, if not depressing. Trayvon Martin. Tamir Rice. Walter Scott. Ferguson. Baltimore. And Charlottesville. While many public commentators, like Ta-Nehisi Coates, have underlined the enduring character of racism in America, and the ways in which America's racial divide has exacted a particular kind of toll on black men and boys, there is today, unheralded, good news about African-American men. Despite a portrait of race relations that often highlights the negative, especially regarding black men (many Americans, according to a 2006 study by the Washington Post, Kaiser Family Foundation, and Harvard University, believed that crime, unemployment, and poverty are endemic among African-American men), the truth is that most black men will not be incarcerated, are not unemployed, and are not poor -- even if black men are more likely than other men to experience these outcomes.
In fact, millions of black men are flourishing in America today.

Our new report, "Black Men Making It In America," spotlights two pieces of particular good news about the economic well-being of black men.
First, the share of black men in poverty has fallen from 41% in 1960 to 18% today. Second, and more importantly, the share of black men in the middle or upper class -- as measured by their family income -- has risen from 38% in 1960 to 57% today. In other words, about one-in-two black men in America have reached the middle class or higher. ™@tattle_tailzz
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“How do we combat a problem which ravages the environment in so many ways? There is only one way. We ...
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“How do we combat a problem which ravages the environment in so many ways? There is only one way. We need a material revolution. As a species, humanity needs to re-think its relationship with plastic. This begins with the Parley AIR pledge. We must avoid using plastics, particularly single-use ... “How do we combat a problem which ravages the environment in so many ways? There is only one way. We need a material revolution. As a species, humanity needs to re-think its relationship with plastic. This begins with the Parley AIR pledge. We must avoid using plastics, particularly single-use plastics. We must intercept plastics before they enter our oceans, for once there they never die. Industry, scientists and consumers must come together to redesign plastics and develop alternatives.
We can stop producing more plastic right away and use up-cycled marine plastic waste instead. Let's invent our way out of this mess. Together.
A massive amount of plastic trash ends up in our oceans every year. The ocean currents have formed five gigantic, slow moving whirlpools where the plastic collects, nicknamed Vortex. Recent studies indicate that at least 5 trillion pieces weighing over 250,000 tons are now floating in the world's oceans. The majority of the plastic debris sinks or remains in the Vortexes, however a significant percentage of it washes onto our coastlines daily.

After sunlight photodegrades the plastic into small pieces, aquatic life and seabirds mistake these fragments for food and ingest it.
While it's difficult to know exact figures, a 2012 report from WSPA indicates that between 57,000 and 135,000 whales are entangled by plastic marine debris every year in addition to the inestimable – but likely millions – of birds, turtles, fish and other species affected by plastic marine debris.
New studies show that ingested plastic damages the internal organs of fish. This raises the question about the safety of our seafood.

If we fail to clean up the plastic and stop the continued pollution of the oceans, we are facing the potential extinction of many sea life species and the interruption of the entire ecosystem.
Awareness campaigns, cleanup operations and recycling initiatives allow us to help alleviate immediate threats to marine wildlife and reduce the use of virgin plastics in product design, manufacturing and distribution. In close collaboration with major brands, we also work to reduce overall plastic use.” @parley.tv @adidasrunning
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In the report Black Dollars Matter: The Sales Impact of Black Consumers, the message is clear: While African Americans make up just 14% of the population, we are responsible for some $1.2 trillion in purchases annually. Further, consumers of color are showing an outsized influence in several ... In the report Black Dollars Matter: The Sales Impact of Black Consumers, the message is clear: While African Americans make up just 14% of the population, we are responsible for some $1.2 trillion in purchases annually. Further, consumers of color are showing an outsized influence in several key consumer categories, and are increasingly demanding that businesses do and be better.

Black families in America earn just $57.30 for every $100 in income earned by white families, according to the Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey. For every $100 in white family wealth, black families hold just $5.04.

There was research by a Dartmouth professor in 1998 that showed the loan rejection rates for Blacks were twice as high as those for Whites with a similar kind of credit. The issues include everything from the lack of access to capital to historically working for free … it’s created a legacy where other groups see us as merely CONSUMERS or LABORERS because we don’t have the financial means to create our own institutions.

Don’t believe? When is the last time you have seen a homeless Indian, Arab, Asian or Jew in your city? When these nations work in small restaurants or fast food joints....it is because they own it or someone in their family own it. They buy nice things just as black people do...but their family has generational wealth and money saved in the bank. Black peoples bank account only goes up when a direct deposit goes in. Why? because after we pay for our utilities and food....we pay for “things” that will not bring us an investment or return. And because we don’t share, we don’t trust each other and we don’t stick together as according to the Mosaic Law, we fail to grow any bigger than our “one-man” operated business.
TV programming is strong for Blacks because we let it dictate our lives and spending habits generation after generation. This is why today in Black America we see Black Adults in their 50’s, 60’s and 70’s with nothing to show for but a ran down house in a poor neighborhood. Many African-Americans also have acres of land in the south....but this is usually caught up in family disputes.
WAKE UP
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ECONOMÍA Según el Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censos (INEC), la variación anual del Índice de Precios al Productor (IPP) creció un 1,73 % en julio de este año, versus la caída del -1,31 % que reportó en igual mes del año pasado. Las cifras preocupan cuando se tiene un mercado que, según ... ECONOMÍA ▶ Según el Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censos (INEC), la variación anual del Índice de Precios al Productor (IPP) creció un 1,73 % en julio de este año, versus la caída del -1,31 % que reportó en igual mes del año pasado. Las cifras preocupan cuando se tiene un mercado que, según el mismo INEC, en julio llegó a sumar 11 meses con una inflación negativa (-0,57 %), una situación que dejaría poco margen para que el productor o las industrias puedan ajustar sus precios. Mire los detalles en www.expreso.ec
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RACE REPORT Day 1 (natação) . O dia começou com os 10k de <span class="emoji emoji1f3ca"></span>. Eu estava bem concentrado (foto) antes ...
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RACE REPORT Day 1 (natação) . O dia começou com os 10k de . Eu estava bem concentrado (foto) antes da largada e assim que foi safa a saída, si para uma boa prova. Foram 5 volta de 2k em um mas liso como piscina. Metade da água muito quente e a outra metade muito gelada. 1a volta perfeita, em um ... RACE REPORT Day 1 (natação)
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O dia começou com os 10k de 🏊. Eu estava bem concentrado (foto) antes da largada e assim que foi safa a saída, si para uma boa prova.
Foram 5 volta de 2k em um mas liso como piscina. Metade da água muito quente e a outra metade muito gelada.
1a volta perfeita, em um ritmo bom e firme, nadando entre os 5 primeiros.
A partir da segunda volta comecei a me sentir enjoado, e foi só piorando, o que gerou um desempenho cada vez pior, onde na última volta eu não sabia nem mais a direção a seguir, onde estava... Fiquei muito mal. Fui salvo por outro staff que cedeu uma coça-cola é uma água para mim (não estava programado levar refrigerante), o que me fez "melhorar" e terminar o percurso para 3h23' , tendo nadado 10,5k (média de 1:57 cada 100m). Péssimo de acordo com o programado que era de 1:40 mas ok dadas as circunstâncias em que foi esta etapa...
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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Ironman Maine 70.3, you did not disappoint! Fantastic venue, perfect weather, and overall great ...
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Ironman Maine 70.3, you did not disappoint! Fantastic venue, perfect weather, and overall great experience. TLDR - 4:57:08, 2nd AG, 13th OA, AND a slot for 70.3 Worlds in Nice!! Just a few highlights and lessons learned from my day: — No expectations racing! I learned just how crucial this ... Ironman Maine 70.3, you did not disappoint! Fantastic venue, perfect weather, and overall great experience. TLDR - 4:57:08, 2nd AG, 13th OA, AND a slot for 70.3 Worlds in Nice!! Just a few highlights and lessons learned from my day:
— No expectations racing! I learned just how crucial this mindset is for me earlier in the season, and this race reinforced that. This was meant to be my last “A” race of the season...and changed to a “race prep race” a few weeks ago when I signed up for IMLOU. There was zero traditional taper here - I had some pretty tough sessions last week! Happy to report this didn’t really phase me one bit. Went into the weekend with a positive mindset, and a commitment to work with what my body had, whatever that might be. I had zero time goals, zero race outcome goals. And I’m finding that the more I can shove that stuff from my mind, the better.
— I woke up race morning feeling super nauseous, and my deluxe applesauce breakfast was extremely difficult to get down at 3:15am 🤢 (ohhhh the things we do for this crazy sport!). The motion of the ocean and saltwater didn’t really help that one bit, nor did getting clocked in the back of the head in the last stretch of the swim. I was going to try to push some more calories on the bike; all chances of that happening went out the window fast, as I just tried to hang onto getting in the minimum planned. I gave myself a few miles on the run to settle in and see if the ick feeling would pass; it didn’t. Had a little chat with myself, and settled on coke and walking the remaining aid stations. This helped! I definitely took the run more conservative than I probably needed to, especially given that my body felt strong running, but I think I played it smart and 1 - didn’t end up doubled over on the side of the road, and 2 - didn’t completely bury myself leading up to an almost 20 hour training week. It’s taken some time and experience to begin to figure out how to troubleshoot these issues; I’m proud of myself for managing what was going on and not letting it get the better of me. 👇🏻 continued in comments 👇🏻
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After a long hiatus, the #CineMOOatWar battles are making a comeback! And they’re returning better ...
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After a long hiatus, the #CineMOOatWar battles are making a comeback! And they’re returning better than ever before: a massive 64-film tournament that will crown the greatest science-fiction movie of all time. Below are the 64 films involved. They have been ranked and seeded in terms of ... After a long hiatus, the #CineMOOatWar battles are making a comeback! And they’re returning better than ever before: a massive 64-film tournament that will crown the greatest science-fiction movie of all time. Below are the 64 films involved. They have been ranked and seeded in terms of the average calculated between their IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic scores. Swipe left to see the tournament brackets.
The tournament will kick-off this weekend… Hope to see you guys there.

1. Metropolis
2. Stalker
3. Aliens
4. Mad Max Fury Road
5. King Kong
6. Solaris
7. Back to the Future
8. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
9. Brazil
10. Alien
11.Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
12. The Truman Show
13. Blade Runner
14. Close Encounters of the Third Kind
15. The Terminator
16. Her
17. The Day the Earth Stood Still
18. 2001: A Space Odyssey
19. Children of Men
20. Arrival
21. Blade Runner 2049
22. Minority Report
23. Akira
24. Terminator 2
25. District 9
26. Looper
27. A Clockwork Orange
28. Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior
29. Planet of the Apes
30. The Martian
31. Ghost in the Shell
32. Inception
33. Source Code
34. Ex Machina
35. The Matrix
36. Gojira
37. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
38. Invasion of the Body Snatchers
39. 12 Monkeys
40. The Fly
41.Jurassic Park
42. Moon
43. Snowpiercer
44.20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
45. Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
46. The War of the Worlds
47. Donnie Darko
48. Interstellar
49. Predestination
50. The Prestige
51. Melancholia
52. Robocop
53. Under the Skin
54. Gattaca
55. The Thing
56. Dark City
57. Primer
58. A Scanner Darkly
59. Sunshine
60. Total Recall
61. They Live
62. Contact
63. The Fifth Element
64. Cloud Atlas
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Repost @oppetvarv We are pleased to report that the all-new Hallberg-Rassy 57, world premiere ...
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Repost @oppetvarv We are pleased to report that the all-new Hallberg-Rassy 57, world premiere at Open Yard 24-26 August 2018, has been nominated to the honourable title European Yacht of the Year 2019 in the category "Luxury cruiser". That means that the Hallberg-Rassy 57 has been ranked ... Repost @oppetvarv
We are pleased to report that the all-new Hallberg-Rassy 57, world premiere at Open Yard 24-26 August 2018, has been nominated to the honourable title European Yacht of the Year 2019 in the category "Luxury cruiser". That means that the Hallberg-Rassy 57 has been ranked as one of the most interesting and promising newcomers of its class. The nominees for European Yacht of the Year award are selected by journalists from twelve leading European yachting magazines. Nominated yachts need to be thoroughly tested after Open Yard and evaluated in a lot of different criterias and the result about the winner will be revealed in connection with the Düsseldorf boat show in January 2019. www.oppetvarv.com
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Nya Hallberg-Rassy 57 kommer att ha världspremiär på Öppet Varv 24-26 augusti 2018 och är nominerad till hederstiteln European Yacht of the Year 2019 inom kategorin "Luxury cruiser". Det betyder att Hallberg-Rassy 57 har rankats som en av de intressantaste nykomlingarna i sin klass. De nominerade båtarna väljs ut av journalister från Europas tolv ledande båttidningar. Båtarna behöver testas ingående och bedöms efter en lång rad kriterier och vinnaren presenteras i samband med världens största båtmässa, boot Düsseldorf i januari 2019. Öppet Varv är Skandinaviens största segelbåtsmässa och går av stapeln 24-26 augusti 2018 i Ellös på Oust. www.oppetvarv.sewww.oppetvarv.se
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Open Yard / Öppet Varv is Scandinavia's largest sailboat show 24-26 August 2018 in Ellös, Orust, West Sweden. www.oppetvarv.com
#öppetvarv #båtmässa #boatshow #bootsmesse #segel #ellös #orust #yacht #yachting #sailingyacht #sailzone #sailcheck #sailchecker #sailingstagram #sailuniversedaily #hallbergrassy #yachtinterior #båt #segelbåt #segelbåtsmässa #boating #öppnavarv #segelyacht #båtutrustning #openyard #yachtinglife #båtutrustning #båttillbehör #eyoty #europeanyachtoftheyear
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 #Repost @sarkerprotick with @get_repost ・・・ Contacted, Sub-Inspector Mahmudur Rahman, general ...
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#Repost @sarkerprotick with @get_repost ・・・ Contacted, Sub-Inspector Mahmudur Rahman, general recording officer at the CMM Court, told this newspaper that police prayed to the court for keeping him in prison until the completion of the probe in the case, filed under section 57 of the ... #Repost @sarkerprotick with @get_repost
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Contacted, Sub-Inspector Mahmudur Rahman, general recording officer at the CMM Court, told this newspaper that police prayed to the court for keeping him in prison until the completion of the probe in the case, filed under section 57 of the Information and Communications Technology Act.

Shahidul's wife Rahnuma Ahmed said they were not aware that her husband would be produced before the court yesterday. She learnt about the development from media reports in the evening. “We had information that he would be placed before the court tomorrow [Monday]. So none of our lawyers was present at the court,” she told The Daily Star last night.

Contacted, Shahidul's counsel Jyotirmoy Barua said his client was supposed to be produced before the court today.

The lawyer said they would try to find out how Shahidul was produced before the court a day before the scheduled date.

Moshiur, however, said Shahidul was produced before the court “on due date” after the remand and following a medical check-up.

Shahidul, 63, was picked up by law enforcers on August 5 night from his Dhanmondi flat.

The following day, police produced him before the CMM Court and sought a 10-day remand. The court placed him on a seven-day remand.

Shahidul told the court that he was tortured in custody. But police refuted the allegation.

In response to a writ petition filed by his wife Rahnuma on August 7, the High Court directed the authorities to immediately send him to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU), arrange his medical examination, and submit a report by 10:30am on August 9.

The BSMMU authorities formed a four-member medical board to examine his physical and mental condition. The board's report submitted to the HC mentioned that he was physically and mentally sound.

During a hearing on August 9, the defence argued before the HC that there was no psychologist in the medical board to examine his mental condition.

Later, the court directed the home secretary to arrange examination to determine whether Shahidul was tortured in custody and submit a report to this effect before the lower court concerned by today.
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Contacted, Sub-Inspector Mahmudur Rahman, general recording officer at the CMM Court, told this ...
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Contacted, Sub-Inspector Mahmudur Rahman, general recording officer at the CMM Court, told this newspaper that police prayed to the court for keeping him in prison until the completion of the probe in the case, filed under section 57 of the Information and Communications Technology Act. Shahidul's ... Contacted, Sub-Inspector Mahmudur Rahman, general recording officer at the CMM Court, told this newspaper that police prayed to the court for keeping him in prison until the completion of the probe in the case, filed under section 57 of the Information and Communications Technology Act.

Shahidul's wife Rahnuma Ahmed said they were not aware that her husband would be produced before the court yesterday. She learnt about the development from media reports in the evening. “We had information that he would be placed before the court tomorrow [Monday]. So none of our lawyers was present at the court,” she told The Daily Star last night.

Contacted, Shahidul's counsel Jyotirmoy Barua said his client was supposed to be produced before the court today.

The lawyer said they would try to find out how Shahidul was produced before the court a day before the scheduled date.

Moshiur, however, said Shahidul was produced before the court “on due date” after the remand and following a medical check-up.

Shahidul, 63, was picked up by law enforcers on August 5 night from his Dhanmondi flat.

The following day, police produced him before the CMM Court and sought a 10-day remand. The court placed him on a seven-day remand.

Shahidul told the court that he was tortured in custody. But police refuted the allegation.

In response to a writ petition filed by his wife Rahnuma on August 7, the High Court directed the authorities to immediately send him to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU), arrange his medical examination, and submit a report by 10:30am on August 9.

The BSMMU authorities formed a four-member medical board to examine his physical and mental condition. The board's report submitted to the HC mentioned that he was physically and mentally sound.

During a hearing on August 9, the defence argued before the HC that there was no psychologist in the medical board to examine his mental condition.

Later, the court directed the home secretary to arrange examination to determine whether Shahidul was tortured in custody and submit a report to this effect before the lower court concerned by today.
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MATCH REPORT: CHELSEA 2 ROMA 1 Summary Chelsea ended our pre-season programme with a hard-fought ...
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MATCH REPORT: CHELSEA 2 ROMA 1 Summary Chelsea ended our pre-season programme with a hard-fought victory in Washington DC on Saturday night, after goals from Frank Lampard and Romelu Lukaku brought us back from behind. Chelsea (4-2-3-1): Schwarzer (Blackman h-t); Azpilicueta (Ivanovic ... MATCH REPORT: CHELSEA 2 ROMA 1

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Chelsea ended our pre-season programme with a hard-fought victory in Washington DC on Saturday night, after goals from Frank Lampard and Romelu Lukaku brought us back from behind.
Chelsea (4-2-3-1): Schwarzer (Blackman h-t); Azpilicueta (Ivanovic 57), David Luiz (Cahill h-t), Terry (Lukaku 78) (c), Bertrand; Mikel (Van Ginkel 57), Essien (Lampard h-t); Moses (Ramires h-t), De Bruyne (Oscar h-t), Schurrle (Hazard 57); Torres (Ba h-t).
Unused substitutes: Cole.
Goals Lampard 60, Lukaku 88
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We are incredibly excited to report that last year (2017) Nurtured by Nature provided $57,600 in ...
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We are incredibly excited to report that last year (2017) Nurtured by Nature provided $57,600 in in-kind donation programs to #MakeAWish Foundation! Even MORE exciting is that we’re only halfway through 2018 and we have almost reached last year‘s annual total! We are so blessed to be able ... We are incredibly excited to report that last year (2017) Nurtured by Nature provided $57,600 in in-kind donation programs to #MakeAWish Foundation! Even MORE exciting is that we’re only halfway through 2018 and we have almost reached last year‘s annual total! We are so blessed to be able to partner with such a wonderful organization 😊 #nurturedbynatureotters #swimwithotters
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SALAM EKSPEDISI #LATE REPORT DAY 3 (TRY OUT 2) Tim Ekspedisi Soedirman 7 Try out 2 26/08 H3 operasional ...
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SALAM EKSPEDISI #LATE REPORT DAY 3 (TRY OUT 2) Tim Ekspedisi Soedirman 7 Try out 2 26/08 H3 operasional saat berada di pos 9 bambangan dengan kordinat 07°14'38"LS - 109°12'57"BT. . . Kondisi tim dan pendamping sehat walafiat, cuaca hari ini cerah. Tim telah melakukan praktek aklimatisasi ... SALAM EKSPEDISI
#LATE REPORT DAY 3 (TRY OUT 2)

Tim Ekspedisi Soedirman 7 Try out 2 26/08 H3 operasional saat berada di pos 9 bambangan dengan kordinat 07°14'38"LS - 109°12'57"BT. .
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Kondisi tim dan pendamping sehat walafiat, cuaca hari ini cerah. Tim telah melakukan praktek aklimatisasi pada pukul 02.00 WIB - 04.00 WIB tadi pagi serta telah menemui kang bongkeng dan kang Tommy.
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Tm telah melakukan praktek moving together menuju puncak baturaden, puncak Guci dan jogging di daerah puncak pendaki. Target selanjutnya yaitu kembali melakukan praktrk aklimatisasi pada dini hari.
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Researchers from @TheWCS have spotted a rare pair of elephant twins, one male and one female, in ...
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Researchers from @TheWCS have spotted a rare pair of elephant twins, one male and one female, in Tanzania's Tarangire National Park. The scientists report that the mother elephant, named Eloise, estimated to be 57 years old, gave birth to the twins in August 2017, which makes her the oldest ... Researchers from @TheWCS have spotted a rare pair of elephant twins, one male and one female, in Tanzania's Tarangire National Park. The scientists report that the mother elephant, named Eloise, estimated to be 57 years old, gave birth to the twins in August 2017, which makes her the oldest mother elephant known to have given birth to twins. “The twins were originally quite thin and we were worried that they wouldn't survive," said Dr. Charles Foley, Director of WCS’s Tarangire Elephant Project. "Fortunately the park has experienced good rains in the past three months, and both twins have gained significant weight and we are happy to see that they are now playing more frequently.”
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#twins #babiesofinstagram #elephants #africa #tanzania #doublevision #pair #twinsofinstagram #96elephants #rare #tanzania
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A Florida woman is suing the Fort Lauderdale Police Department after she was brutally beaten only ...
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A Florida woman is suing the Fort Lauderdale Police Department after she was brutally beaten only 8 days after testifying against a cop who was caught on video assaulting a homeless man Jessica Mooney was with her fiancé on February 22, 2015, when he recorded Officer Victor Ramirez ... A Florida woman is suing the Fort Lauderdale Police Department after she was brutally beaten only 8 days after testifying against a cop who was caught on video assaulting a homeless man

Jessica Mooney was with her fiancé on February 22, 2015, when he recorded Officer Victor Ramirez striking a homeless man in the face, reported The Miami New Times.

Ramirez assaulted the man because he wanted to use the restroom. After punching the man and knocking him to the ground, Ramirez says, “You’re not going to go pee. You’re not supposed to pee here.” Ramirez then slaps the man as he sits on the ground. He chose to emit the assault from his report – aka falsifying a report.

Even though the video clearly shows the officer bullying and needlessly assaulting an unarmed man, Ramirez was acquitted of misdemeanor battery and falsifying records and only received a 20-day suspension.

Ramirez is no stranger to being an abusive bully. He has at least 10 other documented use-of-force incidents, with 8 of them occurring at Broward Central Terminal.

The officer’s victim, Bruce LeClair, was awarded $50,000 in a legal settlement over the assault.

Jessica Mooney testified in the criminal case against Officer Ramirez. “All I did was try to help somebody,” Mooney told ABC 10 News after the beating. “I testified because I thought it was the right thing to do, because the cop was wrong.” Only 8 days after testifying against the violent officer, Mooney was arrested and beaten by Fort Lauderdale police over a false claim she did not pay a $63.57 bill at the Quarterdeck Restaurant.

Officers took Mooney to the station, and that is where she was beaten by multiple cops. Mooney says Officer Amanda Moreno “smashed her face” into a fingerprinting machine, before 3 or 4 other officers kicked and punched her after she fell to the ground.

As usual, prosecutors chose not to charge any of the abusive officers that beat the innocent woman.

The innocent woman was held in the Broward County Jail for 2 days before she was allowed to go to the Broward Health Medical Center emergency department for treatment of her “head trauma.”
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The 2017 Coastal Challenge is over!! Congratulations to all the participants. Top 5 - FEMALE #coastal_challenge 1. ...
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The 2017 Coastal Challenge is over!! Congratulations to all the participants. Top 5 - FEMALE #coastal_challenge 1. Anna Frost (New Zealand): 27:08:41.9 2. Ana Comet (Spain): 27:58:45.4 3. Ester Alves (Portugal): 28:23:27.5 4. Elisabet Barnes (Sweden): 29:00:11.2 5. Katelyn ... The 2017 Coastal Challenge is over!! Congratulations to all the participants.

Top 5 - FEMALE
#coastal_challenge

1. Anna Frost (New Zealand): 27:08:41.9
2. Ana Comet (Spain): 27:58:45.4
3. Ester Alves (Portugal): 28:23:27.5
4. Elisabet Barnes (Sweden): 29:00:11.2
5. Katelyn Tocci (Costa Rica): 29:58:09.1

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Top 5 - MALE

1. Tom Owens (Scotland): 22:29:45.2
2. Chema Martínez (Spain): 23:43:36.2
3. Jason Shlarb (USA): 24:34:57.0
4. Eric Agüero (Costa Rica): 24:57:43.3
5. Pancho Pinto (Ecuador): 25:43:37.0

Daily and overall results can also be found at our page link or at http://thecoastalchallenge.com/results/
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April 10th is Equal Pay Day. On #EqualPayDay, remember that the wage gap exists, and doesn’t impact ...
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April 10th is Equal Pay Day. On #EqualPayDay, remember that the wage gap exists, and doesn’t impact all women in the same way. Asian women make 87 cents to every white man’s dollar, White women make 79 cents, while Black women make 63 cents, Native American women make 57 cents, and Latina ... April 10th is Equal Pay Day. On #EqualPayDay, remember that the wage gap exists, and doesn’t impact all women in the same way. 💵💵💵Asian women make 87 cents to every white man’s dollar, White women make 79 cents, while Black women make 63 cents, Native American women make 57 cents, and Latina women make 54 cents to every white man’s dollar. 💵💵💵⠀
The Cannabis industry, still faced with its own challenges, has a higher percentage rate of women entering the industry. However, when it comes to women borrowing money and raising capital to start a business in Cannabis, the odds are not in our favor. "It’s not entirely clear why women occupy a shrinking share of leadership roles in the cannabis field. It’s expensive to obtain a license to grow, manufacture or sell weed products in many states where it’s legal. It’s also difficult, if not impossible, to obtain traditional banking services or financing for anything that touches the plant, because it’s still federally illegal. Those factors favor entrepreneurs with more money to start with, and that’s often men." – This @bloomberg article "Marijuana's Female Pioneers Are Being Pushed Aside in the Legal Weed Boom" from November 2017 still resonates and is just as relevant today in 2018.⠀
Based on our 2017 Diversity in Cannabis Report in partnership with @newfrontierdata this is what we found – Nationally, some studies have shown that women are paid approximately 79% as much as men for the same work. Compared to the economy as a whole, roughly half (52%) believe that the pay gap is the same in the cannabis industry. However, nearly one-third (31%) believes the pay gap is smaller in the cannabis industry than elsewhere in the economy. 🌿🌿🌿⠀
Let's 👏🏽 Keep👏🏽Pushing 👏🏽To👏🏽 Close 👏🏽The 👏🏽Gap⠀
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Had to #repost @sophiabush word for word because the message is too powerful and necessary: ・・・ Today ...
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Had to #repost @sophiabush word for word because the message is too powerful and necessary: ・・・ Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding. • The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. ... Had to #repost @sophiabush word for word because the message is too powerful and necessary: ・・・
Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti.
Repost entire post and caption @sophiabush. Thank you for your work! Keep fighting the good fight.
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The awful irony of being a day late and a dollar short for #EqualPayday because this is serious business. ...
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The awful irony of being a day late and a dollar short for #EqualPayday because this is serious business. Repost via @ilanusglazer & @sophiabush ・・・ Did you know... • Last March, Trump REVERSED President Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding. • The pay gap is worse ... The awful irony of being a day late and a dollar short for #EqualPayday because this is serious business. Repost via @ilanusglazer & @sophiabush
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Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED President Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist

Data and words, complied, via @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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Repost via @organicalkalinefamily - Seeded Watermelon . Seeded watermelon, one of the most ...
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Repost via @organicalkalinefamily - Seeded Watermelon . Seeded watermelon, one of the most popular fruit in America, is native to southern Africa region but records show its first cultivation dating back to around 3000 BC in Egypt. Thereafter, the alkaline fruit was brought to Asia ... Repost via @organicalkalinefamily - Seeded Watermelon
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Seeded watermelon, one of the most popular fruit in America, is native to southern Africa region but records show its first cultivation dating back to around 3000 BC in Egypt. Thereafter, the alkaline fruit was brought to Asia and Europe. Seeded watermelon reportedly didn’t reach the Americas until colonist brought seeds with them in the 1500s. Now, in modern times, around four billion pounds of the fruit is being produced every year in the US alone.
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It’s a good thing seeded watermelon is so popular around the world because the fruit is one of the healthiest foods a person can eat. The alkaline fruit has several great health benefits and contain essential minerals, antioxidants and other nutrients. While seeded watermelon has been proven to help many health issues, it is great fruit to eat for the treatment of erectile dysfunction and high blood pressure.
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Researchers say watermelon has components that distribute beneficial effects to the body’s blood vessels and can also help to increase libido. The phytonutrients in the fruit contributes to relaxing the blood vessels, resulting in lower blood pressure and better erectile health. When these key compounds from watermelons are ingested, it strengthens the heart and circulation system.
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In a recent study, five postmenopausal women and four men ages 51 to 57, with the first stage of high blood pressure, were given doses of seeded watermelon to determine its effectiveness against pre-hypertension. Scientists found better arterial function and lowered aortic blood pressure in all nine subjects. The report also concluded that the seeded watermelon prevented prehypertension from progressing to full-blown high blood pressure. #drsebi #organicalkalinefamily
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Happy Saturday from St. Augustine Beach!🏖 The local buoy is 2.0 feet @ 8 seconds so there is hope for ...
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Happy Saturday from St. Augustine Beach!🏖 The local buoy is 2.0 feet @ 8 seconds so there is hope for the incoming tide session... high tide is at 2:57 pm; Swipe right to see an early morning wave Full report on the SS website Also... we announced our WINNERS of the caption contest from 4-5 ... Happy Saturday from St. Augustine Beach!🏖 The local buoy is 2.0 feet @ 8 seconds so there is hope for the incoming tide session... high tide is at 2:57 pm; Swipe right to see an early morning wave 🌊 Full report on the SS website👀
Also... we announced our WINNERS of the caption contest from 4-5 days ago on that post, but in case you missed it, will repeat here:

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We are announcing the WINNERS of the caption contest! Correctly identifying the surfer as @pricevann is @dominiccanderson ! The winner of the 4 bars of fuwax is @surf1028 And with the most likes (we broke a tie and are announcing) the grand prize WINNER is @kennykan_do with the caption “Wacky and waving inflatable arm flailing tube man!”
CONGRATULATIONS!!! 🎉🎈🍾🎊 👏👏👏
You can pick up your pricze by e-mailing us at: [email protected] Thank you ALL for playing! Some of the captions had us cracking us up!!!😂😂😂
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 #Repost @usconner with @get_repost ・・・ No equal pay is not #funny. #Nope. #Repost @ilanusglazer ...
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
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We have some great news to report! Anteros is now #57 on the @beatport #Trance Top100 Chart! Thank ...
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We have some great news to report! Anteros is now #57 on the @beatport #Trance Top100 Chart! Thank you for the continued support! @euphonicrecords #trancefamily We have some great news to report! Anteros is now #57 on the @beatport #Trance Top100 Chart! Thank you for the continued support! @euphonicrecords #trancefamily
"Come On In"- 4 of 15 Granny yelling at her grandson, Charlie, to remember to bring her his report ...
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"Come On In"- 4 of 15 Granny yelling at her grandson, Charlie, to remember to bring her his report card. Patricia “Granny Pat” Davis, 57, is known around Eldon, Missouri as the “town angel.” As a single mother of four and grandmother of 22, Granny is known for her extraordinary hospitality ... "Come On In"- 4 of 15

Granny yelling at her grandson, Charlie, to remember to bring her his report card.

Patricia “Granny Pat” Davis, 57, is known around Eldon, Missouri as the “town angel.” As a single mother of four and grandmother of 22, Granny is known for her extraordinary hospitality and contagious personality. She’s willing to take in anyone who knocks on her door. To many, her life would seem full of trouble. She is unemployed, but somehow she finds a way to take care of a grandaughter with cerebral palsy and some of the children of her other daughters; one of whom is incarcerated and the other unwilling to be a mother.
Originally from St. Louis, Granny moved to Eldon from Jefferson City 11 years ago in search of work and a simpler life. She says she moved in an effort to give her grandchildren the opportunity to grow up away from the inner city.
Among only a few African Americans in town, Granny says her family experiences occasional glares and the cold shoulder from a few Eldon residents. For the most part, she says, they live happily and humbly, undeterred.

Taken as part of the 69th annual Missouri Photo Workshop @mophotoworkshop
Original story: http://mophotoworkshop.org/mpw69/nick-childers/ © Nick Childers 2017
https://www.nickchilders.com
#MPW69 #Eldon
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Announcer: Kiara, you just completed 18.1 in your first Open. What are you going to do next?! Me: ...
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Announcer: Kiara, you just completed 18.1 in your first Open. What are you going to do next?! Me: I’m going to Disney World!...to take on the Fairy Tale Challenge!! Announcer:...but why tho? Haha, so yeah. I completed the scaled workout for my first #CrossfitOpen, and did the #FairyTaleChallenge ... Announcer: Kiara, you just completed 18.1 in your first Open. What are you going to do next?!
Me: I’m going to Disney World!...to take on the Fairy Tale Challenge!!
Announcer:...but why tho?

Haha, so yeah. I completed the scaled workout for my first #CrossfitOpen, and did the #FairyTaleChallenge at Disney World. For those who do not know, that’s a 10k and a 1/2 Marathon the following day. Not the smartest thing I’ve done, but it was one of the most enjoyable! I had a blast, and once again made memories with my fave #travelfrandz ❤️ Score Report:
18.1 (scaled) 276 reps
10k 1:23:03
1/2 Marathon 2:57:05
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Congratulations to this week’s MEN of the match winners from this past Saturday against Huntington ...
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Congratulations to this week’s MEN of the match winners from this past Saturday against Huntington Beach, Tom Castillo and Hector De Alba! Both men played a phenomenal match, and we want to honor both this week. Tom recently made a move from the wing to inside center, where he is making life ... Congratulations to this week’s MEN of the match winners from this past Saturday against Huntington Beach, Tom Castillo and Hector De Alba! Both men played a phenomenal match, and we want to honor both this week. Tom recently made a move from the wing to inside center, where he is making life miserable on both sides of the ball for the opposition with his strong running and sure tackling. Hector has continued his recent blistering form, covering the entire field this week, as well as a stellar performance in the lineout. Keep up the good work gentlemen!
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Match Report:
First XV:
It was an all around superb showing by the Outlaws, who took advantage of beautiful conditions and a beautiful pitch, courtesy of CLU. It was the Outlaws who struck early, with Dakota Reistad knocking a penalty kick through the posts in the opening minutes. Huntington Beach evened the score with a penalty kick of their own minutes later, but the Outlaws were quick to answer back. Rookie winger Gavin Strong scored his first try in the corner, followed by a difficult converted kick. That would be as close as the game would get, as Soane Sevelo and Jared Picone added tries to finish the first half, with the Outlaws leading 29-3 at the half. The opening of the second half saw an individual display of strength and speed from blindside flanker Alex Vaughn, who fended and weaves his way through numerous Huntington defenders to score under the posts. The Huntington Beach attack showed signs of life shortly after, driving up the field and scoring in the corner off of a lineout drive. The Outlaws answered back with a flurry of tries scored in the last 13 minutes, scored by Tom Castillo, Michael Shaneyfelt, and a try of the year nominee from Tom Harding. The final score would be 57-8 in the Outlaws’ favor. The Outlaws look to continue their current form against fierce rivals San Fernando on the road in two weeks, in what is sure to be a hotly contested affair.
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Second XV:
The Outlaws second XV followed the lead of the first XV and moved the ball all over the field and showed tenacity on defense. Ultimately, the Outlaws second XV emerged victorious 29-0. Man of the match went to Michael Shaneyfelt.
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Researchers from @TheWCS have spotted a rare pair of elephant twins, one male and one female, in ...
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Researchers from @TheWCS have spotted a rare pair of elephant twins, one male and one female, in Tanzania's Tarangire National Park. The scientists report that the mother elephant, named Eloise, estimated to be 57 years old, gave birth to the twins in August 2017, which makes her the oldest ... Researchers from @TheWCS have spotted a rare pair of elephant twins, one male and one female, in Tanzania's Tarangire National Park. The scientists report that the mother elephant, named Eloise, estimated to be 57 years old, gave birth to the twins in August 2017, which makes her the oldest mother elephant known to have given birth to twins. “The twins were originally quite thin and we were worried that they wouldn't survive," said Dr. Charles Foley, Director of WCS’s Tarangire Elephant Project. "Fortunately the park has experienced good rains in the past three months, and both twins have gained significant weight and we are happy to see that they are now playing more frequently.”
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#twins #babiesofinstagram #elephants #africa #tanzania #doublevision #pair #twinsofinstagram #96elephants #rare #tanzania
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Investors Pull Out $3 Billion From ETFs: Investors pulled just over $3 billion out of U.S.-listed ...
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Investors Pull Out $3 Billion From ETFs: Investors pulled just over $3 billion out of U.S.-listed ETFs during the five-day period ending April 5, according to FactSet. Year-to-date inflows fell to $57.8 billion. Read Full Report: bit.ly/Outflows #GlobalFlows #ETFs #ETFTrader #Trends ... Investors Pull Out $3 Billion From ETFs: Investors pulled just over $3 billion out of U.S.-listed ETFs during the five-day period ending April 5, according to FactSet. Year-to-date inflows fell to $57.8 billion. Read Full Report: bit.ly/Outflows #GlobalFlows #ETFs #ETFTrader #Trends #Strategies #Analytics #Signals #Alerts #AccurateTips #DataMining #WealthCreation #GameChanger #CreatingAbundance #ChangingLives #Algorithm #Quants #QuantamentalInvesting
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces ...
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know... • Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding. • The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas ... Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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That women make less than men is nothing new. Nationally, women with full-time jobs make 80.5 cents ...
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That women make less than men is nothing new. Nationally, women with full-time jobs make 80.5 cents for every dollar earned by men. That number is just slightly lower in Pennsylvania, where women make 79 cents for every dollar men are paid, and black and Hispanic women make even less (68 and ... That women make less than men is nothing new. Nationally, women with full-time jobs make 80.5 cents for every dollar earned by men. That number is just slightly lower in Pennsylvania, where women make 79 cents for every dollar men are paid, and black and Hispanic women make even less (68 and 57 cents, respectively), though, notably, the gap shrinks for women who are part of a union, according to a March report by the National Women’s Law Center.

Reporter @j_f_reyes talked with six women about the moment they found out how much less they were being paid than their male coworkers. You can read her story at philly.com/business and check out our Instagram Story for tips on actions you can take if you find yourself in the same situation.

#equalpayday #womenatwork
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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No equal pay is not #funny. #Nope. #Repost @ilanusglazer & @sophiabush ・・・ Today is #EqualPayDay. ...
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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Today is #EqualPayDay. Did you know...

Last March, Trump REVERSED Obama’s Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces act. Not even kidding.

The pay gap is worse for women of color. We must discuss this. Because though today is the day the white women catch up to white men’s earnings on the dollar, Latinas make 54 cents to a white man’s dollar; Native women make 57 cents; and Black women make 63 cents.

According to a report from the Economic Policy Institute, Black women with a college degree or higher earn 12.3% less in wages than white women with a college degree or higher.

Women of color-mostly Black, LatinX and Asian, make up 54% of the domestic labor workforce, but still earn less median salary than white women in the same field.

Also. Did you know? Being a MOM is a greater predictor of wage discrimination than gender?! Unacceptable.

Paid Family Leave is even harder for women of color breadwinners, who’ll only earn a percentage of their normal wage.

And we must acknowledge that “work life balance” has often been built for white women on the backs of their domestic laborers of color. Women who have had to raise white children and their own, simultaneously.

The climb is not the same for all of us. And if none of us are free until we’re all free ... then you know what you have to do.

Lift up your sisters. Fight for the rights of ALL women as you fight for your rights. A rising tide lifts all ships. Be the tide, ladies. And gents? We need you on this too. Fight for us. Pay us. Be the equalizers.

And? We vote. Women are tired of the bullshit.
#EqualPayDay #maternalwagegap #stayhuman #keepshowingup #resist
Data and words, complied, via both my sisters @sarahsophief and @mspackyetti. Artwork by the wonderful @monachalabi, boarder flair by @mspackyetti
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Regrann from @tpssexcrimes - Assistance Sought In Sexual Assault Investigation,  Bakersfield Street and Sheppard Avenue West Broadcast time: 13:57 Friday, August 17, 2018 12 Division 416-808-7474 Case #: 2018-1439337 The Toronto Police Service is seeking the public's ... Regrann from @tpssexcrimes - Assistance Sought In Sexual Assault Investigation, 
Bakersfield Street and Sheppard Avenue West

Broadcast time: 13:57
Friday, August 17, 2018

12 Division
416-808-7474

Case #: 2018-1439337

The Toronto Police Service is seeking the public's assistance with a sexual assault investigation which occurred in the area of Bakersfield Street and Sheppard Avenue West.
It is reported that: - on Monday, August 6, 2018, between the hours of midnight and 1 a.m., a 20 year-old woman was leaving Downsview Park after attending a music event - a man, who had also attended the event, offered to drive the woman to meet her friends - the man drove the woman to a deserted area - the man then sexually assaulted the woman
He is described as white, 28-35 years, 5'10" to 6'0", slim athletic build, short brown hair, large nose. He was wearing a light-coloured T-shirt with a darker design on the front.
The man was driving a dark-coloured Kia Sportage SUV or similar vehicle. A security image of the video has been released. To view video click here.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7474, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, online on our Facebook Leave a Tip page, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637). Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes, Google Play or Blackberry App World.
A sexual assault is any form of unwanted sexual contact. It includes, but is not limited to, kissing, grabbing, oral sex and penetration. To learn more about sexual assault, including how to report a sexual assault, please visit our Sex Crimes website.
For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.

Constable Jenifferjit Sidhu, Corporate Communications, for Detective Constable David Westerhoff, Sex Crimes Unit - #regrann
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