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New York Students Rising Twitter Storm

Wednesday, February 5th, 2014

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Occupy D:F/M — Part 2

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

[Soon to be a Major Motion Picture — :)]

Also, posted on Hunter-L

Attention D:F/M Colleagues Tami Gold***Ricardo Miranda***Bernard Stein***Kelly Anderson***Isabel Pinedo***Tim Portlock

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Occupy D:F/M — Part 1

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

[Soon to be a Major Motion Picture — :)]

The following screed was posted on Hunter-L, a Hunter College listserv, in response to a petition posted to support OCCUPY WALL STREET. Hunter-L is used by faculty and students and staff for disseminating information and has a long history of turbulence and relevance . The petition  can be found much further down in this blog.

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The WORD at the Services for the UnderServed Press Conference November 7

Monday, November 7th, 2011

At the J Walter Thompson agency on Lexington Avenue, 46 Street today.

The nervous energy before the start of the press conference announcing the SUS campaign to help U.S. military vets and soldiers could not be denied. And then things got serious.

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Services for the UnderServed – A WORD Project

Monday, November 7th, 2011

Will be attending a press conference today with several students about the SUS program for a campaign to help present and former U.S. military folks dealing with serious issues.

Each day 18 current or former military personnel take their own lives. Over 2,300 active duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces have killed themselves since January, 2001.

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Services for the UnderServed to Unveil Campaign About the Continuing Epidemic of Military Related Suicides and Other Issues Facing Vets

Saturday, November 5th, 2011

 

SUS is introducing a series of public service announcements focusing on significant issues facing U.S. military members, such as the epidemic level of suicides by active and former members of the U.S. military.

Each day 18 current or former military personnel take their own lives, according to SUS. The public service campaign will feature personal pictures and home videos provided by the suicide victims families. Over 2300 active duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces have taken their own lives since January of 2001. Listen here.

Former WORD Senior Editor Walking on Water & Cloud 9

Sunday, October 23rd, 2011

AKA 360 when she was a student journalist at Hunter

Click here for her blogtalkradio episode.