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Montgomery County Celebrates Top Teachers at Champions for Children Awards Ceremony
 
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Montgomery County Public Schools honored teachers and others at the annual Champions for Children Celebration. MCPS-TV reports.
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WCPS Emergency Planning
 
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MCPS Summer Programs 2016
 
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Videography and Editing: Allie Evans Daily Beetle Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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#ECtech16 -  Panel Discussion - Research To Practice
 
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Ron Benham, Director, Massachusetts Bureau of Family Health and Nutrition; Director, MA Early Intervention Services; Director, MA Perinatal, Early Childhood Suzanne Milbourne, Director, Delaware Early Childhood Assistive Technology Demonstration Project Beth Poss, Coordinator, Preschool Education Program, Montgomery County Public Schools Christopher Swanson, Senior Program Director for Quality Early Learning and Education
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NBC: Hundreds Do Not Want Small Cell Towers Near Homes: Montgomery County
 
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Small cells emit radiation just like Wi-Fi. See the full October 26, 2016 NBC piece here http://parentscoalitionmc.blogspot.com/2016/10/nbc4-homeowners-oppose-cell-tower.html
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Manufacturing Works in Montgomery County
 
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Montgomery County 7th - 12th graders give their thoughts about the manufacturing industry as a career direction. Montgomery County manufacturing employees tell it like it really is - and that is an exciting, well-paying, stable, viable career option. That's why Manufacturing Works in Montgomery County North Carolina. Many thanks to the folks at Jordan Lumber and Unilin for allowing us to "invade" their workplaces. This video was produced by Sarah Martin Photography.
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Part 1 Smith Cell Tower Hearing
 
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Part 4 Smith Cell Tower Hearing 3-15-2016. The hearings examiner should be neutral and so should the county, but this examiner works for Long Range Planning which is planning "Sustainable Thurston and Title 26 and next will be septic system taxes and meters on water wells. I don't call that neutral. It boiled down to whether or not birds will collide with the tower. They don't care about human's sensitivity to EMF frequency!
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5G Means A Cell Tower Every 12 houses
 
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Coming Soon: More School Bus Cameras
 
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Montgomery County began its school bus camera safety program in January of 2014 and since its inception hundreds of motorists have been cited for illegally passing a stopped school bus on local roadways. CCM's Susan Kenedy reports:
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Residents Try to Block Cell Tower Going Up In Front Yard: Fox 5 News
 
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Watch the news piece herehttp://fox5sandiego.com/2015/06/29/la-jolla-residents-battle-cell-phone-tower/
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Michelle Motin Banneker MS
 
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2015 Focus Day
 
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FOCUS DAY Gustavo Arellano, Editor of OC Weekly and COAST alum, was invited to speak on campus during Focus Day. Staff, faculty, alumni, and friends gathered for the annual event to talk about the exciting growth and future plans of Orange Coast College. -------------------------------------------------- ORANGE COAST COLLEGE Orange Coast College's 164-acre campus is located in Costa Mesa just minutes from Southern California’s beautiful beaches. Founded in 1947, with classes beginning in 1948, OCC has grown into one of the nation’s largest -- and finest -- community colleges, enrolling more than 25,000 students each semester. OCC features exceptional facilities and the latest in technology and offers more than 135 academic and career programs, including one of the nation’s largest and most acclaimed public nautical programs. Nearly half the students on campus are enrolled in one of OCC's Career and Technical Education programs. OCC ranks first out of Orange County's community colleges in the number of students it transfers to the University of California and California State University systems. Over the past decade, thousands of OCC students have transferred to UC and CSU campuses. Additionally, many Orange Coast students go on to transfer to private colleges and universities within California and across the nation. A member of the Coast Community College District, OCC offers fall, winter, spring, and summer classes and is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Phone: (714) 432 - 5072 Web: http://orangecoastcollege.edu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/orangecoastcollege/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/orangecoast Instagram: http://instagram.com/orangecoastcollege --------------------------------------------------
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Star Wars medley By Sherwood SD Bands
 
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Star Wars Soundtrack medley performed by all the bands from the Sherwood School District at the Sherwood High School last March 15 2016
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Mayor Bowser Details Plan to Close DC General, 2/9/16
 
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Last fall, the Council of the District of Columbia voted in support of Mayor Muriel Bowser’s plan to close DC General and replace it with small, safe and dignified short-term housing facilities across the District. This morning, Mayor Bowser detailed the next stages of her plan as well as the sites for new short-term family housing facilities in all 8 wards. “In a city as prosperous as ours, there is no reason we should keep families at DC General. The building is too big, too old and too far removed from the services that get families back on their feet,” said Mayor Muriel Bowser. “When I ran for Mayor, I heard loud and clear from our residents across our city that our city can - and must - do better. I have been working with the Council on a plan that will create small, short-term family housing. These facilities will be modern, safe and dignified – and will bring us one big step closer to our goal of ending homelessness in the District of Columbia.” The District’s Department of General Services (DGS) conducted a months-long search to identify suitable sites for the new short-term family housing. DGS looked for spaces that could collectively serve the same number of residents at DC General, with access to services and public transportation. The locations include a mix of District-owned properties, as well as newly purchased or leased private property. They are: • 2105-2107 10th Street, NW (Ward 1) • 2619 Wisconsin Ave, NW (Ward 3) • 5505 Fifth Street, NW (Ward 4) • 2266 25th Place, NE (Ward 5) • 700 Delaware Ave, SW (Ward 6) • 5004 D Street, SE (Ward 7) • 6th Street & Chesapeake Street, SE (Ward 8) On Wednesday, the Mayor will cut the ribbon on a brand new women’s shelter in Ward 2, at 810 5th Street, NW. The innovative facility will accommodate up to 213 women and will replace two outdated facilities at 2nd and D streets, NW. “When our most vulnerable experience homelessness, we all suffer,” continued Mayor Bowser. “That is why we focused on an all-8-Wards solution. By opening up dignified, safe and effective facilities across the city, we all get to play a role in lifting our neighbors out of homelessness – and helping them get back to a place they can call home.” Each short-term family housing site will accommodate up to 50 families. Unlike DC General, these facilities will have places for children of all ages to play and do homework. They will also include the kind of services and programming that helps families exit shelter and move to permanent housing as soon as possible. In addition to providing safe and dignified short-term housing, Mayor Bowser is committing to making continued investments in the solutions that work to end homelessness—affordable housing, permanent supportive housing and rapid rehousing. This week, the Administration will submit to the Council a package detailing the sites for their approval. The buildings for the short-term family housing will need to be renovated or built from the ground up. The new sites will begin to open and serve families starting in 2017. The short-term housing for families will be some of the most dignified and innovative in the country. Once they are all in place, the District will close the DC General Family Shelter. For more information, please visit: http://mayor.dc.gov/homewarddc
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Paper Versus Technology: Are We Winning the War?
 
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This video is for the CPM Level 5 Assignment for Tommy Crosby, Jeffrey Hays, Salatheia Jenkins-Brown and Sean McLendon
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Data Inquiry for School Improvement: Root Cause Analysis
 
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In this webinar, Roni Silverstein, Principal of Fallsmead Elementary School (Maryland), introduces root cause analysis, with input from Geoff Hewitt, Principal of Lambertville Public School (New Jersey). The session features examples of root cause analysis being used to delve deeply into data to find solutions to real school problems. The content of these videos does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Institute of Education Sciences or the U.S. Department of Education, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.
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MBCC Ribbon Cutting
 
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MATH, BUSINESS, AND COMPUTING CENTER The first building in a multi-phase building plan that includes a new student union, planetarium and recycling center was dedicated on Oct. 13, 2015. A ribbon cutting was planned for Orange Coast College’s newest state-of-the-art building, the Mathematics, Business and Computing Center. Construction was completed on the MBCC in mid-August 2015, and the building opened to students on the first day of OCC’s fall semester. The 90,000-square-foot interdisciplinary complex includes 10 computer labs, three lecture halls and 30 faculty offices. “The MBCC building sets the standard for OCC in new technology, with more than 700 computer stations throughout the building and the introduction of a virtual desktop infrastructure,” said OCC President Dennis Harkins. “Congratulations to our team of faculty, staff, students, architects and contractors who worked together to complete this state-of-the-art facility on time and on budget. And, as always, thank you to the community for their continued support of Orange Coast College through Measure M.” The MBCC was built using money from Measure M, a $698 million bond that was passed by voters in 2012. ————————————————————————— ORANGE COAST COLLEGE Orange Coast College's 164-acre campus is located in Costa Mesa just minutes from Southern California’s beautiful beaches. Founded in 1947, with classes beginning in 1948, OCC has grown into one of the nation’s largest -- and finest -- community colleges, enrolling more than 25,000 students each semester.  OCC features exceptional facilities and the latest in technology and offers more than 135 academic and career programs, including one of the nation’s largest and most acclaimed public nautical programs. Nearly half the students on campus are enrolled in one of OCC's Career and Technical Education programs.  OCC ranks first out of Orange County's community colleges in the number of students it transfers to the University of California and California State University systems. Over the past decade, thousands of OCC students have transferred to UC and CSU campuses. Additionally, many Orange Coast students go on to transfer to private colleges and universities within California and across the nation.  A member of the Coast Community College District, OCC offers fall, winter, spring, and summer classes and is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Phone: (714) 432 - 5072 Web: http://orangecoastcollege.edu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/orangecoastcollege/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/orangecoast Instagram: http://instagram.com/orangecoastcollege
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Full Video of Montgomery County Forum on Small Cell Towers 10 26 2016
 
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Read a compilation of resources on 5 G at http://ehtrust.org/policy/fcc-approves-5g-millimeter-wave-spectrum-frontiers/
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Police update: Suspect arrested as he left restaurant
 
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Montgomery County police say officers arrested Eulalio Tordil without incident as he left a restaurant in Aspen Hill. Subscribe to WBAL on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1oJSRCN Get more Baltimore news: http://wbaltv.com Like us: http://facebook.com/wbaltv11 Follow us: https://twitter.com/wbaltv11 Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wbaltv11
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Prince George's County Hospital & UMMS
 
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Everyone in the University of Maryland Medical System family is celebrating the dawn of a new era of health care for Prince George's County residents. For more information on UM Prince George's Hopsital Center, please visit: https://umcapitalregion.org/location/prince-georges-hospital-center/
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WiFi En Route  | NC Broadband Infrastructure Office
 
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EYENET OnBoard WiFi - Installation and Getting Started
 
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www.EyeRideOnline.com 888-668-6698 Video Transcript: Hey Everyone! I'm Steve with EyeRide Tech Support and today will be a quick video on how to install your new EYENET Mobile WiFi solution. This is the unit and now lets get right to the unboxing. As soon as you open the box you will see your instruction pamphlet, DC pigtail power connector, ethernet cable, celluar 4G LTE antennas and dual WiFi antennas, optional GPS antenna, and lastly the router itself. At this point you would want to find a good location to mount your router. These routers are signal boosting so any place would be great as long as it is easily accesible and safe. On the back will be noted your static public IP address as well as other identifiying info like mac address and serial number. Here is the micro USB port as well as the USB port. On the rear we have our WAN port as well as four LAN ports. Also as a word of caution, do not press the router reset button unless instructed by an EyeRide Technician. Here is the router. Here are your antenna connectors. Please be mindful of the connector itself because the antennas are different. We have male to female for the 4G LTE cellular antenna and female to male for the 2.4ghz WiFi antennas. Once you have decided your installation location, you will need to get power to your unit. Using the supplied DC connector, you will run 12V DC power. We suggest using a 5 amp fusing line. You would connect to either constant power or ignition power, depending on your operating needs. Also make sure you have a reliable grounding source. Once you have powered on your eyenet, please wait a few moments while the booting process finishes. It has finished when you have a blinking internet and wifi LED. Then you are ready to connect to your router. On your wireless enabled device, look for the eyenet's SSID. This may be a default name chosen by our tech team or set before shipping as requested. This name can be changed at any time so do not fret. Once you choose your EYENET'S SSID, you will connect to the router and see a custom splash page with your company's name or logo. Please read the terms and conditions and hit accept. This is also an important step because if you do not accept the terms and conditions, you will not be able to access the internet. Simply click to accept and your device will automatically connect to the internet. Thats it! That concludes our quick installation video. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact technical support through email at support@eyerideonline.com or you can reach our support line at 954-775-1210
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Maryland county creates Thingstitute for IoT innovation
 
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Dan Hoffman, Chief Innovation Officer for Montgomery County, Maryland explains how his county functions uniquely like a city in terms of infrastructure building and planning for the future. Instead of creating another boring governmental department, Dan and others created The Thingstitute, a first-of-a-kind living laboratory for internet of things (IoT) technology, providing an unparalleled testbed for start-ups, established companies, and research institutions. The cornerstone project in the Thingstitute is the Safe Community Alert (SCALE) Network. SCALE seeks to test and build our capacity to deliver IoT technologies to vulnerable populations.The lab features co-working space for our teammates and equipment for fabricating and testing devices. The space also hosts Thingstitute events that bring together IoT thought leaders and educate the public on the benefits of connected devices.
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MC Today: Cybersecurity Camp
 
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Montgomery College hosted it's first ever Cybersecurity camp! MCPS students got the chance to attend a week long camp working with Cybersecuirty put together by the Air Force Association (AFA)
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Zoning Issue with 5 G Small Cell Towers
 
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This is from a meeting in Montgomery County Maryland where 5 G is being forced on a community. Learn more about cell towers at http://www.safeschoolspg.org A reat compilation of resources on 5 G at http://ehtrust.org/policy/fcc-approves-5g-millimeter-wave-spectrum-frontiers/
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Frank Islam Athenaeum Symposia: Thomas Frank
 
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Author Thomas Frank kicked off the 2015/2016 season of the Frank Islam Athenaeum Symposia Speaker Series on September 15, 2016. Mr. Frank's lecture was on the topic of his new book - Listen Liberal: Whatever Happened to the Party of the People? About Montgomery College: Montgomery College is a public, open admissions community college with campuses in Germantown, Rockville, and Takoma Park/Silver Spring, plus workforce development/continuing education centers and off-site programs throughout Montgomery County, Maryland (USA). The College serves more than 60,000 students a year, through both credit and noncredit programs, in more than 150 areas of study.
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US Presidential Candidate Jill Stein Speaks on WiFi in School Health Risks
 
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Wi-Fi in school is a US Presidential issue. Stein compares the health issue to the history of lead in this country. School footage is from Montgomery County Maryland Public Schools with a radiation meter showing radiation from the school Wi-Fi networks. The footage of Greenbank Elementary shows NO radiation because there is no Wi-fi and no cell towers near the school. Learn more about parents concerned about Wi-Fi at http://safetechforschoolsmaryland.blogspot.com
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COMMON ASSESSMENT  OVERVIEW AND IMPLICATIONS FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS Movie 1024x768
 
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The Common Assessment Initiative promises to deliver a single assessment for use at all of California’s 113 colleges. The planning, formation, and implementation of the test is a major undertaking sponsored by the California Community College Chancellor’s Office. This session will provide an overview of the CAI’s goals and current progress.
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EducationUSA | Exploring Community Colleges (Nov. 2016)
 
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This program features Alfred Boll, representing EducationUSA in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the United States Department of State, Dr. Anize Appel is the Assistant Director for the Center for International Education at the Northampton Community College located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Heidi Russell-Kalkofen is the International Student Coordinator at Montgomery College, located just outside Washington DC, Camila Matamoros, who is a student at Montgomery College from Cali, Colombia and Kelvyn Osoria a participant in the Community College Initiative Program from the Dominican Republic. Go one step further on your journey to study in the USA!
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Phil Jaber and friends : "Philz Coffee" | Talks at Google
 
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Phil Jaber (owner and namesake of Philz coffee) along with his leadership team, talks to the NorCal Google community about their journey as a company, fostering a culture of learning, and plans for the future. Appearing in this video are: Phil Jaber- Founder/Creator of Philz Carolyn Frey- Chief People Officer (CPO) at Philz Faith Songco- Dean of Philz University Aji Oliyide: Moderator
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Episode 123: Transportation, Land Use, and Freedom (with Randal O'Toole)
 
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Randal O’Toole joins us for a discussion on land usage, urban planning, public transit, transportation, and driverless cars. Henry Ford’s mass production of the automobile ushered in a new era of human mobility, one that public planners always seem to be attempting to steer the American public away from. How is transportation important to human freedom and flourishing? How much are we spending on public transit? When, if ever, does public transportation make sense? What will driverless cars do for traffic congestion? Are driverless cars going to cause people to drive more? Less? Are there any potential roadblocks to driverless cars? Show Notes and Further Reading O’Toole’s books on various topics: The Vanishing Automobile and Other Urban Myths: How Smart Growth Will Harm American Cities (2001): http://www.amazon.com/dp/097064390X The Best-Laid Plans: How Government Planning Harms Your Quality of Life, Your Pocketbook, and Your Future (2007): http://www.amazon.com/The-Best-Laid-Plans-Government-Pocketbook/dp/1933995076 American Nightmare: How Government Undermines the Dream of Homeownership (2012): https://store.cato.org/book/american-nightmare Randal O’Toole blogs at The Antiplanner: http://ti.org/antiplanner Trevor mentions this article from The Onion (a satire site): “Report: 98 Percent Of U.S. Commuters Favor Public Transportation For Others”: http://www.theonion.com/article/report-98-percent-of-us-commuters-favor-public-tra-1434 Download the .mp3 of this episode: http://bit.ly/1RleLYi Subscribe in iTunes: https://bitly.com/18wswtX
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Pathways: Preparing Students for the Workforce | Howard Community College (HCC)
 
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Howard Community College is at the forefront of simulation training—combining advanced technology with expert guidance. Learn how simulation can help students prepare for the intense situations they might encounter in a healthcare profession. Howard Community College (HCC) is the preferred college choice for students and families in Howard County, Maryland. A public community college, HCC offers associate degree and certificate programs, and workforce development training and continuing education classes, to nearly 30,000 students each year. Learn more at www.howardcc.edu/alliedhealth.
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Architecture that's built to heal | Michael Murphy
 
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Architecture is more than a clever arrangement of bricks. In this eloquent talk, Michael Murphy shows how he and his team look far beyond the blueprint when they're designing. Considering factors from airflow to light, theirs is a holistic approach that produces community as well as (beautiful) buildings. He takes us on a tour of projects in countries such as Rwanda and Haiti, and reveals a moving, ambitious plan for The Memorial to Peace and Justice, which he hopes will heal hearts in the American South. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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ch 10) The Other Civil War
 
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chapter 10: A People's History (Of The United States) Howard Zinn. ~ Chapter 10, "The Other Civil War", covers the Anti-Rent movement, the Dorr Rebellion, the Flour Riot of 1837, the Molly Maguires, the rise of labor unions, the Lowell girls movement, and other class struggles centered around the various depressions of the 19th century. He describes the abuse of government power by corporations and the efforts by workers to resist those abuses.
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Solar Power and Resilient Design for Schools and Shelters
 
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Learn more at http://www.eesi.org/briefings/view/032916buildings Table of contents: https://youtu.be/D4gipmSWE_o?t=7s The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) held a briefing about a “solar secure” recreation center in Brooklyn, a “high performance” school in Kentucky, and sustainable projects in Prince George's County, Maryland, which are all benefiting their communities as well as those who use the buildings. Speakers: Matt de la Houssaye Director, NY Office & Coalition for Resource Recovery, Global Green USA Skip to presentation: https://youtu.be/D4gipmSWE_o?t=3m33s Download Slides: http://www.eesi.org/files/Matt_de_la_Houssaye_032916.pdf Susan Stokes Hill Principal, Tate Hill Jacobs Architects, Inc Skip to presentation: https://youtu.be/D4gipmSWE_o?t=16m27s Download Slides: http://www.eesi.org/files/Susan_Stokes_Hill_032916.pdf Monty Cooper Attorney, Sedgwick LLP; Chairman of the Board of Directors, Redevelopment Authority of Prince George's County (MD) Skip to presentation: https://youtu.be/D4gipmSWE_o?t=32m29s Download Slides: http://www.eesi.org/files/Monty_Cooper_032916.pdf Question & Answer Session https://youtu.be/D4gipmSWE_o?t=50m49s This briefing showed how sustainable public buildings can collectively reduce emissions and clear the air, especially in disadvantaged communities where energy utilities are often sited. Case studies featured buildings—both in urban and in rural areas—that are improving public health and driving economic growth, while protecting and serving their communities and neighborhoods even during emergencies. This briefing featured a retrofit project in the Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn in New York City and a net-zero energy high school in rural Kentucky, as well as projects incorporating sustainability principles in Prince George's County, Maryland. After being devastated by Hurricane Sandy and left without power for days, the historic Red Hook Recreation Center was transformed into a community space and safe refuge with the installation of a solar power and battery system. For vocational students near Lexington, Kentucky, the Locust Trace AgriScience Center embodies the principles of sustainability. With daylit classrooms and low-impact land development, the buildings and campus provide hands-on learning of new skills for today’s jobs with minimal energy/water use and low carbon emissions. The Redevelopment Authority (RDA) of Prince George's County, MD, is developing mixed-income/mixed-use projects and affordable housing in urban communities near transit centers using sustainability principles that promote walkability, green design, and energy and water efficiency. This was the third in a series of EESI briefings examining environmental justice as it relates to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)'s Clean Power Plan (CPP), the nation's first-ever regulation limiting carbon pollution from power plants. States are being encouraged by EPA's Clean Power Plan to reduce energy demand as a way to cut carbon pollution. Though the Plan's implementation has been temporarily suspended by the Supreme Court, at least 22 states have voluntarily decided to press ahead. The CPP rewards states that implement energy efficiency projects in low-income communities through the Clean Energy Incentive Program (CEIP). Building and retrofitting schools, community centers, affordable housing and other buildings to be energy efficient, self-sufficient, safe and healthful can make communities more resilient to extreme weather, economic downturns and other hardships—while also being key strategies for Clean Power Plan compliance.
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Vote for John Paulson: 2016 City Council
 
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John Paulson for City Council 2016! Running for the City Council has been an incredible personal experience for me. It has left a deeper appreciation for the impact our City government and City Council members have in how great our community is and even greater it can become. Like you, I truly enjoy living in Sioux Falls and am grateful for the projects and activities which unite us toward the common goal of keeping Sioux Falls a great place to live, go to school, work, and raise a family. I am a native and long time resident of Sioux Falls as is my wife Jane. We have a daughter, Emily. I am a graduate of Augustana University and have 40 years of experience in health care administration, the last 30 with Sanford Health. I am a active civic volunteer and been a youth sports coach. My community leadership includes service with Sioux Falls Tomorrow Planning Program, United Way, Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the Forward Washington High School Bond Election and Washington Pavilion. I believe the combination of my experience as a business and community leader is good preparation for serving on the City Council. I am familiar with complex organizations such as health systems and cities are. I understand boards and governance and the legislative role of the City Council and its responsibility for the vision, policy and finances of our City. I entered the race for the At Large City Council position in the April 12, 2016 election because I love Sioux Falls and believe a positive approach to City government and working together to make good things happen is best for our community. I want to share my administrative and community leadership experience in such accomplishments and be involved in the important decisions made be the City Council about the future of Sioux Falls. A key focus of mine would be - cooperative efforts - along with strategic planning and an emphasis on citywide development. Here’s my priority list involving the principles and systems which serve Sioux Falls citizens well, with an eye on what we will need in the future: - well planned growth and development - inter-governmental coopération - public-private partnerships - infrastructure maintenance and development involving vital public services - transportation management and traffic safety - work force and education opportunities and support to community wide efforts to attract new employees - the Sioux Falls “tradition” of respect and hospitality - strong neighborhoods with citywide amenities and affordable housing - maximum service levels and efficiencies to ensure taxpayer value - an informed and involved community Here are my beliefs about Sioux Falls and what will position us for success in the future: The growth of Sioux Falls increases the need for collaborative strategic planning. We must continue to develop public facilities on an ongoing basis including parks and recreational venues and maintain infrastructure involving streets and water treatment and provide an ongoing emphasis on public safety and crime prevention. This will ensure a quality of life that is consistently high in every part of our city with a particular focus on continued downtown development and revitalizing the inner ring neighborhoods. Our vision for the future must achieve the Sioux Falls we want to be and what will it take to get there. We work best when city residents are involved in addressing civic needs and pursuing future development plans. There are unique opportunities for the community to prosper and achieve solutions using our public-private partnership models. We must roll our sleeves up together with government colleagues in the counties, school districts, towns and State Legislature, along with other community players to provide the most efficient and effective services. In this way, we also strengthen our role as a regional center for retail, education, healthcare, research and technology, financial services, manufacturing, entertainment and recreation to keep us moving forward as a Greater Sioux Falls!
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Khalil Gibran Muhammad | How Numbers Lie || Radcliffe Institute
 
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“How Numbers Lie: Intersectional Violence and the Quantification of Race” Tracing the genealogy of statistical discourses on race, Khalil Gibran Muhammad explores the violence of racial quantification on black women and men’s lives beginning in the postbellum period. Currently the director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture of the New York Public Library and a visiting professor at the City University of New York, Muhammad will begin his academic appointments as a professor of history, race, and public policy at Harvard Kennedy School and a Suzanne Young Murray Professor at Radcliffe on July 1, 2016. Presented by the Schlesinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Video: Welcome by Lizabeth Cohen, Dean of the Radcliffe Institute Introduction by Jane Kamensky, Pforzheimer Foundation Director of the Schlesinger Library - 6:55 Lecture by Khalil Gibran Muhammad - 15:50
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Rave Alert/Smart 911 Oldham County
 
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Oldham County Emergency Management has changed Emergency Notification providers and all residents are asked to sign up with our new vendor, Rave Alert / Smart 911. This new service allows individuals and families to sign up to receive real-time emergency alerts and notifications for severe weather, hazardous materials and many other emergencies in our community.
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Simulations Prepare Students for Real World Healthcare Careers | Howard Community College (HCC)
 
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Simulation exercises help HCC students prepare for the intense situations they might encounter in the workplace. Students benefit from real-world learning, advanced technology, and hands-on practice. Howard Community College (HCC) is the preferred college choice for students and families in Howard County, Maryland. A public community college, HCC offers associate degree and certificate programs, and workforce development training and continuing education classes, to nearly 30,000 students each year.
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African American Life in Washington, DC, Before Emancipation
 
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African American Life in Washington, DC, Before Emancipation As Washington became the focus of abolitionism before the Civil War, antislavery activists argued that the sight of slavery and slave dealers in the nation’s capital disgraced the nation and its ideals. A panel will explore life before the 1862 Compensated Emancipation Act and discuss the “Slavery and Freedom” exhibit at the Smithsonian’s new National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC). Moderated by John W. Franklin of the NMAAHC, panelists include Mark Auslander, Central Washington University; Maurice Jackson, Georgetown University; and NMAAHC curators Nancy Bercaw and Mary Elliott. Presented in partnership with NMAAHC, the DC Commission of African American Affairs, and the DC Commission on Emancipation.
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Montgomery College Commencement 2016
 
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Montgomery College celebrated its 69th commencement ceremony Friday, May 20 at 10 a.m. at the Rockville Campus, honoring graduates from the College’s three campuses in Germantown (1:43:40), Rockville (2:25:40), and Takoma Park/Silver Spring (1:59:35) – along with apprenticeship graduates in Workforce Development & Continuing Education programs (1:39:39). Among the approximately 2,600 graduates, four outstanding students were recognized during the ceremony. 52:11 Taiyo V. Asano is the Workforce Development and Continuing Education Apprenticeship Scholar.Heis completing a four-year apprenticeship program as an HVAC technician and is graduating with a 3.83 grade point average. Mr. Eric A. Baron is the Germantown Campus Scholar.A business administration major and a member of Phi Theta Kappa, he is graduating with a 4.0 grade point average. Mr.Jerome B. Quenum is the Rockville Campus Scholar. He is an electrical engineering major and a member of Phi Theta Kappa. Mr. Quenum is graduating with a 4.0 grade point average. Frehiwot Y. Seyoum is the Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus Scholar. Ms. Seyoum is a general studies major and member of Phi Theta Kappa. She is graduating with a 4.0 grade point average. The Honorable Leòn Rodriguez, director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, gave brief remarks to the graduates. 35:02 Public radio host Kojo Nnamdi delivered the commencement address. Nnamdi has hosted the WAMU interview program bearing his name for more than 18 years. He also hosts The Politics Hour on WAMU. 1:06:48 Additionally, the Board of Trustees paid tribute to community leaders and College benefactors. Honorary degrees were presented to Georgette “Gigi” Godwin, president and CEO of the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce; Kevin Sexton, president and CEO, Holy Cross Health; Dr. Kenneth Weiner, professor emeritus of mathematics, Montgomery College; and commencement speaker, journalist Kojo Nnamdi. Montgomery College is a public, open admissions community college with campuses in Germantown, Rockville, and Takoma Park/Silver Spring, plus workforce development/continuing education centers and off-site programs throughout Montgomery County, Md. The College serves nearly 60,000 students a year, through both credit and noncredit programs, in more than 130 areas of study.
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County Report This Week Episode 345 December 2, 2016
 
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Lorna Virgili hosts County Report This Week. On this episode we feature the following: County Council approves a bill that grants more housing protections for tenants; Executive Ike Leggett sends a message for Holiday Safety to residents; the Office of Consumer Protection warns about scams during the holiday season; Cuban-American county residents react to Castro’s death; the City of Rockville lights up a technological Christmas tree in the Town Square; and we take you the Music Center at the Strathmore for the annual MCPS Latin Dance Competition. These stories plus our regular features from Montgomery College and Montgomery County Public Schools.
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McGill-Toolen Catholic (13-0) vs. Hoover (11-2)
 
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McGill-Toolen Catholic (13-0) vs. Hoover (11-2)
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County Report This Week Episode 332 September 2, 2016
 
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Sonya Burke hosts CRTW #332. The show features reports about the governor’s executive order mandating school begin after Labor Day, the record enrollment on the first day of school in Montgomery County, the expansion of the school bus camera program, the need for poll workers on Election Day, a Consumer Alert on solar panels, a new live concert series at lunchtime in Rockville, the new volleyball coach at Montgomery College and more.
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Montgomery College Fellows at the Library of Congress
 
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This pilot program paired the Library of Congress with Montgomery College to explore how community college students can utilize the rich collections and resources of the Library of Congress. About Montgomery College: Montgomery College is a public, open admissions community college with campuses in Germantown, Rockville, and Takoma Park/Silver Spring, plus workforce development/continuing education centers and off-site programs throughout Montgomery County, Maryland (USA). The College serves more than 60,000 students a year, through both credit and noncredit programs, in more than 150 areas of study.
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City of Santa Rosa Council Meeting August 2, 2016
 
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City council archives, agendas, packets and LIve Stream with closed-captioning is always available at http://SRcity.org/council or http://SRcityorg/bpu (Board of Public Utilities) or http://SRcity.org/pc (Planning Commission).
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2016 Howard County Candidates' Forum -  Board of Education
 
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2016 Howard County Candidates' Forum sponsored by Savage Community Association and Forest Ridge Elementary PTA October 19, 2016 featuring candidates for Howard County Board of Education. Candidates include : Kirsten Coombs, Vicky Cutroneo, Christina Delmont-Small, Mavis Ellis, Robert Miller, Dr.Janet Siddiqui
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County Report This Week Episode 323 July 1, 2016
 
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Lorna Virgili hosts County Report This Week. On this episode we feature the following: Montgomery County Police Department gears up to expand the body worn cameras program; Police Chief Tom Manger meets with members of the LBGTQ community; thousands attend the Quicken Loans Golf Tournament at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda; MCPS gets ready to welcome the new superintendent; and the Public Library System launches a new high school diploma program. These stories plus our regular features from Montgomery College and Montgomery County Public Schools.
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