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When Civil-Rights Unity Fractured

FIFTY years ago this month, more than a thousand predominantly young, predominantly white volunteers arrived in Mississippi to help local blacks register to vote. “Freedom Summer” is remembered as both a high point of interracial democratic activism and a low point in racial violence, most notably in the brutal murder of three civil rights workers, … Continue reading

The successful man

: “The successful man will profit from his mistakes and try again in a different way.” – Dale Carnegie


@MotSuccess: “Remember, happiness doesn’t depend on who you are or what you have; it depends solely on what you think.” — Dale Carnegie


@MotSuccess: “Commitment doesn’t guarantee success, but lack of commitment guarantees you’ll fall far short of your potential.” — Denis Waitley

Steve Perry

@DrStevePerry: Black & Latino boys don’t have to be the most suspended, expelled & punished. They don’t have to be the lowest performers. This is on us.

Advice for teachers

@soledadobrien advice to teachers “it’s the narrative undergirded with the data” that sells the story. True in many life’s paths. #stories

An Investment

@UNCF: #Fact: 94% of African American freshman who received a $5000 scholarship returned for their sophomore year + 70% graduated in 6 years.

RTB Sports

"Sports Is Our Passion Here"

Sophia Associates: Women's Leadership, Executive Coaching, Cohort Learning, Training

Leadership Development, Team Development, Personal Development, Executive Coaching

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WINNING IDEAS - Tien Wong's Blog

On Leadership and Hypergrowth in the Entrepreneurial Economy