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Dear New York Legislators – By Neal Deas

Saturday, December 20th, 2014

Do the Right Thing

Dear New York Legislators, I hope your holiday season is going well, and all your families are doing well also.

Today, I write you as the close of the years is coming upon us. In a few weeks you will be thinking about your New Year’s Resolutions and what you can do personally to improve yourself, your families and your communities. Today, I am offering you all one New Year’s Resolution that maybe you can achieve together, and that is to help pass the “Healthy Workplace Bill” and set a National Precedence on Human Rights and Human Dignity.

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Breaking News

Friday, December 12th, 2014

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Workplace Bullying a Taboo Problem

Monday, December 1st, 2014

But Not for Long

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Full Article Here

A Very Revealing New York Times Article

Wednesday, November 26th, 2014

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Click Here for Very Revealing Times’ Article

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Monday, November 24th, 2014

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Borough of Manhattan Supports Freedom from Workplace Bullying

Monday, November 3rd, 2014

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Momentum is growing: Queens and Brooklyn Proclamations soon to be published. Staten Island is expected to sign on.

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Attention Colleague Bill Herman: The Center for Communication, Inc. Use to Be a Gold Mine of Support for D:F/M Students

Sunday, October 12th, 2014

Regarding your fm-l post about the “great” programs of the Center for Communication, Inc. Copy of your post is below. But first, history and context.

Shouldn’t students be informed about the demise of the innovative relationship between the department and the Center for Communication, Inc. when it scheduled numerous panels and events on the Hunter campus, mostly but not exclusively, in the Lang Auditorium, for the benefit of students – and not just those D:F/M majors – so that they didn’t have to trek so much around the city to Center events? For a department with no imagination and no funding for programming for students, the Center relationship was a blessing.

The Chair knows the history. Maybe he might share.

Best,
G Morris

Gregg Morris, editor, the WORD & this site.

Gregg Morris, editor, the WORD & this site.

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