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Jean Knight - Mr Big Stuff

Happy Birthday, Mr. President!

And then he said "this was analyzed by great lawyers..."

Resources and Support for Long Term Effects of Bullying

I am very thankful for the community of DU and to say it has been a helpful resource in my life and struggles is an understatement. I am here to survive and heal, and DUers really help me hang in there.

I wanted to share this resource while it's still available and before the current administration makes any changes.


I also ask for any pointers to support groups or even medical studies dealing with the long term effects of bullying and bullying in adulthood.

That's it.

Primus - Me Llamo Mud

I was thinking about applying for a job in the Foreign Service...

...and was putting a few things together to go with my vitae.

Do you think it's reasonable to list my experience as " a valued and frequent contributer of poignant and concise commentary on a leading political platform"?

Black Facebook employees complain racism, discrimination have gotten worse


JESSICA GUYNN | USA TODAY | 2:31 pm EST November 10, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO – An anonymous memo alleging Facebook still has a problem with racial bias is circulating inside the company one year after a former employee complained of racism and discrimination there.

The Medium post from 12 current and former employees, first reported by Business Insider, details a number of incidents, suggesting morale has sunk even lower since Mark Luckie published his Facebook post about discrimination on the company's Silicon Valley campus and on the social media giant's platform.

Both missives expose the racial fault lines in the mostly white tech industry and how the stubbornly persistent lack of representation and agency of African-Americans inside Facebook directly affects how black people on Facebook and its other platforms are treated.

“We may be smiling. We may post on Instagram with industry influencers and celebrities. We may use the IG ‘Share Black Stories’ filter and be featured on marketing pieces. We may embrace each other and share how happy we are to have the opportunity to work with a company that impacts nearly three billion people,” the anonymous memo says. “On the inside, we are sad. Angry. Oppressed. Depressed. And treated every day through the micro and macro aggressions as if we do not belong here.”


Donovan - Season Of The Witch

Freedom is not Free...

...but the 1987 ABC TV miniseries Amerika is.

Slave - Just A Touch Of Love

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