I did not have the assets or stability growing up necessary to be able to focus solely on academics. I have always dreamt of being accepted to UCLA school of business and management. however that was simply not feasible under my circumstances.
I have had to do things such as working 45 hours a week at the same time as going to high school to be able to fund my aspirations up until this point.
As a senior in high school, applying to a four year university was simply not a possibility.
Regardless of the circumstances,I have placed immense priority in educating myself. And have gained experience along the way. Doing hours of research during any free time I am awarded with. I have devised two business plans which I believe could not only provide the success I have been yearning for my entire life but also provide economic stability necessary to graduate from college and continue on to university.
I have begun a GoFundMe campaign to raise the funds I need to put these business plans into full effect. I have already proven to myself I can run an online business and lead it to profitable status. Now it is time to do it in a scaleable manner.
Not only will these businesses (along with excelling academically) magnify my chances of being accepted to the UCLA school of business as a transfer, it would also allow me to help pay for my community college expenses, and university tuition.
Please help me achieve my dream to bring my potential to life. I refuse to allow any obstacle defeat my drive for success. And I refuse to allow my past, a variable that I had no control over, determine my future.
In the end I wish to use my influence and economic success for the good of humanity. That is my end goal.
This blog, and my corresponding Facebook page is first and foremost a place for me to educate new vegans, spread awareness and connect with the vegan community. But it is also an invaluable tool to gain supporters.
As some of you may know, my ultimate goal is to open a farm sanctuary with my partner (and likely a few friends!). While asking for likes and more follows feels a bit icky to me, it is also essential that I reach as many people as possible so that I have a support base when I start making my first steps to opening my dream sanctuary.
So right now all I am asking is that you “like” my FB page, and reblog this post. I have made so many amazing friends and connections here, and I am eager to keep up that momentum. And to my loyal followers (new and old) thank you so much for your support over the years. I honestly couldn’t do all this without you. <3
you’ll not find ship war drama, ship policing, or ship hate. this is a place of empathy, education, encouragement, and kindness. while i may not share (or even like) your ship, i’ll not judge or shame you for shipping it. this is cuz, i recognize fiction isn’t reality and i support you, your ships, and your creations.
if you need anything turtledoves, i’m here for you with unconditional love.
BGF Man Crush Monday:: “I’m trying to shine a light on doing films that get people to think about the things we have in place: our systems, education, judicial, police brutality with Fruitvale Station,” he says. “I want to tell the contemporary black male experience today of those situations of how we’re treated.” ✍🏾💪🏾❤️❤️ #MCM http://ift.tt/1lMEM7e
Children’s history magazine COBBLESTONE has added more upcoming themes for issues the company will publish in 2016/17. The magazine is open to non-fiction, fiction, and poetry, as well as activities and puzzles that bring history’s past into the present and help educate and entertain young learners ages 8 to 14. The staff is interested in submissions that relate strongly to the theme.
Feature articles (700-800 words) can include first-person narratives, profiles of people and places, educational pieces, etc.
Ugh, the comments on the Grease Live videos on Youtube are just so disgusting. If I see one more racist, middle aged white lady complain that a racially diverse cast in the 50′s isn’t “authentic” I will lose my mind.
doctoral institution: Ph.D University of Michigan, 1918
After finishing Fisk University, Imes taught mathematics and physics at Alabama Normal University until returning to fisk in 1913 were he was an instructor and earned an M.S. In 1915, went to the University of Michigan for graduate work where, in the laboratory of Harrison Randall, began to design and construct powerful spectrometers. Imes earned his Ph.D. (the second African American to do so in Physics) in 1918 and the next year he and Randall “published a signal work that opened an entirely new field of research: the study of molecular structure through the use of infra-red spectroscopy. Their work revealed for the first time the detailed spectra of simple-molecule gases, leading to important verification of the emerging quantum theory and providing, for the first time, an accurate measurement of the distances between atoms and a molecule.
In 1919 Dr. Imes married a Nella Larsen, one of the great poets of the Harlem Renaissance. They divorces in 1933.
The fundamental significance of the work attributed to Imes is well established in standard texts. Imes’ dissertation research was published Measurements of the near infra-red absorption of some diatomic gases, Astrophysical Journal 20 (1919), 251-276. The joint Randall and Imes paper is The Fine Structure of the Near Infra-Red Absorption Bands of HCI, HBr, and HF, Physical Review 15 (1920), 152-155. Imes’ work formed a turning point in the scientific thinking, making it clear that quantum theory was not just a novelty, useful in limited fields of physics, but of widespread and genral application. Imes may well have been far more known abroad than in bigoted U.S., but even the foreign physicists weren’t aware he was African American.
From 1918 until 1926 Dr. Imes worked as a research physicist at Burrows Magnetic Equipment Corporation after which worked as a research engineer at the Edward A. Everett Company until 1929. Also during this period he had four patents for his work. Dr. Elmer S. Imes returned to Fisk in 1929 to start Fisk’s A.B. program in Physics. It is should be noted that Imes was married to the well-known black writer Nella Larsen.
“I think there’s a difference
between people of color experiencing everyday life and encountering all these
microaggressions and trying to put up a good face at social events. And I think
there’s also an element where because I consider myself an advocate as well of
when am I ‘on’ as an advocate and when am I not? And so for me, I know I have
different standards and boundaries than the average person should have. Because
I purposely put myself in a place where I can educate people. But here’s the
thing, you don’t expect everyone from a marginalized background to be your
educator. It’s not fair.”
Editor, Geeks of Color & @beyondvictoriana creator Diana Pho and I spoke about the pressures to speak up as a minority in situations when some really UNCOOL stuff transpires. It’s not always one’s place to educate…
I’m very interested in emotions like sweetness, which have no place in the pantheon of educated concerns, and yet are very important to me. Sweetness is the opposite of machismo, which is everywhere—and I really don’t get on with machismo. I’m interested in sensitivity, and weakness, and fear, and anxiety, because I think that, at the end of the day, behind our masks, that’s what we are.
A new Sustainable Development Agenda
is in place, with a new global education goal, seven supporting targets
and three means of implementation. Governments now need to decide
which of these targets they are going to prioritise in their national