Gableman hopes to reel Rindfleisch (and Scott Walker’s secrets) back to Wisconsin

Dear Readers: We have some John Doe II news to talk about. I’m not absolutely positive what’s up – but I have some strong suspicions, which I will go into. Whatever’s going down, the timing of this could not be more threatening to Scott Walker’s impending presidential campaign. First you need to know that the more »

Preventing Crime In The Black Community

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Preventing Crime In The Black Community

by William Jackson, Instructor with Edward Waters College

“Preventing Crime In The Black Community Conference”

Speaking at the PCBC conference in Tampa, Florida over 1200 middle and high schools

students attended from Urban Leagues throughout the state of Florida, attending the

30th Annual Conference of this educational and motivational conference. Attended by law

enforcement personnel from across the state as well, provided students an opportunity to

meet and interact with law enforcement men and women. Developing an understanding

of how to interact and engage with each other on a level of mutual respect and trust.

Speaking on Social Media Safety and SWAG, the potential of being recruited by extremist

organizations both foreign and domestic is real, the students are learning that their digital

content can keep them from employment, educational, and military opportunities.

Educational Implications

Access to online resources provides knowledge, education and empowerment beneficial to

students, knowledge base and development of a Brand they can Market. Students must be

taught to value knowledge and how to use it to increase the ability of virtually apply for jobs

and attend virtual educational opportunities. Youth may have the highest scores in Grand

Theft Auto, Madden, defeat aliens in Halo or can mimic the moves better than Michael

Jackson in “Michael Jackson, The Experience” (Wii), how many can create a PowerPoint

presentation, modify a Word document, send an email attachment and write a blog with

correct spelling, grammar and literary comprehension? These are employment skills that

are needed to survive in today’s high tech world.

Employers are Wise to Social Media

Employers are involved in social networking; they are researching students content, looking

to see if potential employees have questionable social patterns and lifestyles. Mike Hargis

of CareerBuilder.com, “Twenty-two percent of employers say they use social networking

sites when evaluating job candidates”, this should say to youth of today stop putting pictures

that attract attention to them as being “sexy, down, gangsta, thugs, and even gay in some

cases. ” Students may hurt their chances of employment, military service or admission to

higher educational institutions. Danger is further felt for those employed run the risk of being

“let go” because of questionable behavior online, content on their sites and lying about their

backgrounds. Social sites can be used to highlight skills with technology, management of

information and finance, the ability to navigate web sites that build professionalism and

connectivity to the business world.

Resources:

Preventing Crime In The Black Community

http://PreventBlackCrime.com/

Wm Jackson Presenting

White Castle Food Truck At The Daily City Food Truck Bazaar Friday June26th

The Daily City Food Truck Bazaar is bringing the extremely popular White Castle Food Truck called the Crave Mobile to its Friday June 26th (2015) monthly stop in Windermere (520 Main Street, Windermere). The truck will be part of the monthly 17-truck gathering which takes place on 4th Fridays. The hours are 5-9:30pm. Beer and wine is allowed and for sale at the nearby wine shop across the street.

Menu:
4 original sliders for $5
4 sliders with jalapeño cheese or American cheese for $6
12 sliders for $15
12 sliders with cheese for $18
Fries $3
9 piece chicken rings $5
Follow the White Castle Crave Monile on Twitter at @cravemobile2
Follow The Daily City Food Truck Bazaar on Twitter at @foodtruckbazaar