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May 23rd

Athi-Patra Ruga, "Umesiyakazi in Waiting," 2015, archival inkjet print.

Check out the Ford Foundation Gallery exhibition "Radical Love," opening June 11

Courtesy Athi-Patra Ruga and WHATIFTHEWORLD. Photo: Hayden Phipps
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Athi-Patra Ruga, Umesiyakazi in Waiting, 2015, archival inkjet print. 

Check out the Ford Foundation Gallery exhibition  Radical Love, opening June 11

Courtesy Athi-Patra Ruga and WHATIFTHEWORLD. Photo: Hayden Phipps

May 22nd

Our CollegePoint program matches trained virtual advisors from College Advising Corps, CollegePossible, Matriculate and ScholarMatch with high-achieving, lower-income students across all fifty states. Great to have all our partners together to discuss our progress this past year. ... See MoreSee Less

Our CollegePoint program matches trained virtual advisors from College Advising Corps, CollegePossible, Matriculate and ScholarMatch with high-achieving, lower-income students across all fifty states. Great to have all our partners together to discuss our progress this past year.

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Way to go! Opportunity for all. All you gotta do is do your best, and apply. Go for it, it's opportunity knocking. Answer that door, it can open a whole new life for you.

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May 21st

Check out this live performance featuring MacArthur Fellow Rhiannon Giddens. 🎻 #MacFellow

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
We’re live from our Musical Instruments Gallery with Rhiannon Giddens and Darcy Kuronen, Pappalardo Curator of Musical Instruments! Giddens is in town to perform with the Boston Pops and stopped by the MFA for a quick jam session and tour of our historical banjo collection.
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May 21st

Check out this conversation with MacArthur Fellow Dominique Morisseau on her recent Broadway play. 🎭 #MacFellow

Broadway.com
We're #LiveAtFive with AIN'T TOO PROUD's Tony-nominated scribe Dominique Morisseau.
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May 17th

"I believe our mission in this new century is clear: we have to spend our lives trying to build a global community and an American community of shared responsibilities, shared values, shared benefits." —President Bill Clinton #PuttingPeopleFirst ... See MoreSee Less

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YES! THIS IS EXACTLY THE PATH. A 180 FROM THE PRESENT.

Making Money Launder Again...

Much love to you President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton. 💜💜💜

Start a school for poor children in Indian my village.

Building a legacy !!

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Healthy Habits include Don't drink and smoke …… Educate yourself

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We need to preserve the nation state, not work for a global collective.

My First Teacher My first teacher’s Name was Mrs. Niles. Back in 1957 my older sister and 2 of her friends walked me to school. This was a one room school house in Elmira, NY. She hugged me and made sure I went in this was my first day of school. My kindergarten teacher had a wise and gentle face that I can still see in my mind today. She had us all seated in our little wooden chairs in front of the black board. On the right of the black board was our American flag. She then proceeded to tell us that a new law had been passed some time before this new school year. She didn’t go into any detail of it. She did say that even though she wasn’t supposed to. She wanted us to be able to do what past school rooms across the nation did before this new law. She had us stand and recite after her this prayer: Matthew 6:9-13 Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Then she said to put our right had over our hearts and recite the pledge of allegiance. "I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all." www.ushistory.org/documents/pledge.htm She then said after today we won’t be able to pray together in school because of the new law. She then said that she hoped some us would remember this day for the sake of future generations of Americans. People that remember the time during time of the late 1940’s and 1950’s say this was the best years America ever saw. It lasted until about 1963 until a shocked nation was informed that President Kennedy had been shot. The whole nation grieved for the loss of this new young president. Everyone payed respects as television channels were locked to his wake. Then watched as the funeral procession took him to the cemetery where the eternal flame is still lit to this day. On March 8, 1965, the first American combat troops – the 9th Marine Expeditionary Brigade – waded ashore at China Beach north of Da Nang. There had already been limited U.S.naval action, and the bombing of North Vietnam had commenced. There were also 23,000 military advisors already on the ground. August 1969 Woodstock, NY music festival. Then came the Woodstock antiwar chant. www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7Y0ekr-3So Joe Cooker: With A Little Help From My Friends www.youtube.com/watch?v=6z2yFekaPRs 1968 I went to Oklahoma City and in Nichols Hills and stayed with my Uncle Major General David William Hutchison www.af.mil/About-Us/Biographies/Display/Article/106691/major-general-david-william-hutchison/ I stayed there with his family his wife was my mother’s sister. I remember someone saying that Nixon lived near by at the time. In September 1968 with the help of my uncle I was enrolled to my freshman year in high school at Oklahoma Military Academy at Claremore, Oklahoma. This school at the time was an Army ROTC Military School. It was called the West Point of the Southwest. When I arrived after saying good bye to my parents. I was immediately taken to the barber shop to stand in line to get my head shaved. The rest the day was spent getting cloths and uniforms. Upon arrival to barracks I was told I was New Cadet Recruit Cardone, DA Company D. Instead of being a Plebe as a West Point here they used the word Rabbit. We as new cadets were all called Rabbits. Until several months later which at the end included a week called Hell week and recognized. We were all the lowest things on the hill. We were trained in Military Strategic Classes and were trained with M1 rifles which we each were assigned and returned to an armory after each training session. We had bivouac where we marched miles to with full packs and made camp. We were trained by actual Army personnel in drill and had parades in full dress uniforms after several weeks of drill training. Finally, was recognized after the first semester of trained and received a PFC stripe of which we were all proud to receive. I returned home to Elmira, NY after this first year of military school was completed. This was June of 1969. My father had missed me and had purchased a slightly used 1969 650 Triumph motorcycle. Now being 16 years of age, this was my first vehicle of transportation. I was now home and free to ride for the first time in my life. Woodstock happened in August of that same year. I did not hear about it until it was in the news that all these people had assembled peacefully for many days in the woods near Woodstock and danced and played and listed to music and protested the war in Vietnam. I am also a USD navy Veteran. To make this long story close and come to a point. I am a Publisher of Oahspe a New Bible in the Words of Jehovih and His Angel Embassadors and Oahspe Seven Books of Spiritual Wisdom. I now work as a messenger for My One God Jehovih and my life’s journey has led me to a life resurrected as www.angelfire.com/ny/oahspe/page1c.html this and to find a way to restore what my kindergarten teacher said we lost on my first day of kinder garden. As Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream I share that same dream. When will they let freedom ring. Oahpe is an American Bible it is part of American History. I am also a Faithist in this Religion and answer to no one only but my one God, Jehovih. I live and will not deny His name and defend his Honor and Glory even if it is to my death. For He has said the soul of man never dieth! www.ushistory.org/documents/pledge.htm?fbclid=IwAR1rcZ9_PHZfNrNmYnzIcrLT0cRAd9-4bD_NemXOGANRkNKSp...

Oahspe Faithists is the new religion not affiliated with Universal Faithists of Kosmon though they are welcome to the Oahspe Faithists religion. This religion is not earth based. It is not an organization. There is no leader. Faithists follow the word of Jehovih. Each unto his own not to preach but to perform good works. There should be no laws about religion, or about Faithism, but better there is just an all out love for our Creator and for our fellow beings. Oahspe: Book of Inspiation-Chapter XI 1. Seek not to spread My gospels, and entice followers unto this, or that, saith Jehovih. 2. Neither go about preaching, saying: Thus saith Jehovih! 3. Let all men hear Me in their own way. 4. No man shall follow another. 5. I will have no sect. 6. I will have no creed. 7. I am not exclusive; but I am with all My living creatures. 8. To those who choose Me, practicing their all highest light, I am a shield and fortification against all darkness, and against all evil and contention. 9. Thou shalt not establish Me by man's laws, nor by the government of man, saith Jehovih. 10. Nor establish by man's laws or government any book or revelation, saying: Behold, this is Jehovih's book. 11. To keep man from interfering with man, this hath been great labor. 12. To teach man to comprehend liberty, especially as to thought and as to knowledge, this hath been a great labor. 13. For he falleth easily under the inspiration of his surroundings, and falleth under the teachings and persuasions of his brother. 14. Because he cometh from My hand into the world in innocence, a helpless infant. 15. And his elder brothers take advantage of his innocence, and teach him their own knowledge, instead of directing him to Me. 16. And his elder brothers were in darkness themselves, and their elder brothers before them. 17. I said unto man: Be free! Learn to know liberty! Think for thyself! Study thy Creator in all things, and in thyself in particular! 18. Turn thou away from thy elder brothers; come thou to the All Highest Fountain. 19. Be not confounded with abstruse reasonings; cut all things short, Godlike; learn thou of the Creator and His creations, there is nothing more. 20. Thou art one of the seeds of Jehovih, and wert planted by His Hand. Be thou free from all the world. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_new_religious_movements?fbclid=IwAR0wZ5ffwoJLktn8Bd5WyE3xHHSETzHB8b...

My name nelson mandela in continente africa

please seen the challenge faced poor peoples of the world ??

that's definitely what trump does: Putin first for him then to hell with all of us as long as he makes Putin happy like a pig in mud!

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May 16th

Colleges and universities are a force for innovation on sustainability and climate change, and the more we support their work, the faster we can make progress. Next year, we’ll host the Midwestern Collegiate Climate Summit, together with partners including Washington University in St. Louis and The Ohio State University, to catalyze new climate action and uphold Paris goals. bloombg.org/2LNuoPp ... See MoreSee Less

Colleges and universities are a force for innovation on sustainability and climate change, and the more we support their work, the faster we can make progress. Next year, we’ll host the Midwestern Collegiate Climate Summit, together with partners including Washington University in St. Louis and The Ohio State University, to catalyze new climate action and uphold Paris goals. https://bloombg.org/2LNuoPp

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so awesome! Thank you for all the work you are doing in response to clear scientific research. Our children and grandchildren will thank you (and those of us who stand and act with you).

Thank you help us.

We can all thank Bloomberg for his unending philanthropies he has, is, and will do because of his very generous and honorable character.

What would we do without the philanthropy from men like Bloomberg, Gates and Buffet and so many more! Thank you all!

Climate change has been around since Adam & Eve were sent out of Eden. Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. And will continue until Christ comes back. DON'T WORRY!!

Love the beautiful St. Louis Arch; one of Eero Saarinen’s notable architectural masterpieces ! A fitting backdrop for Mr. Bloomberg’s climate change initiative.🇺🇸

THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO !

Thank you.

Great, one to be admired...Bloomberg

My deepest gratitude.

So glad you are are standing up doing what we must all do thank you

It's our children and grand and great grand children that are going to pay the price. It's mind bugling to me that the lac of intellect of the rich not to see this YOUR CHILDREN,money is not making them excempte

Climate change has to be our #1 priority !....All the are important, but as been said, "Its like rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic"!!...

Climate change is normal and is not man made !!!

Vote so we can do better. Our offspring need us to.

Vote Red 2020! We have awesome President, Trump!

The Green New Deal. We don't have 20 years to solve our global greenhouse issues.

Thank You, Mayor Bloomberg!

Sadly they undertake this daunting task without our government “in denial”

Climate does change over generations but we can help slow down for younger generation. MORE people. MORE factories. And world must do this together. I know Trump does not agree, but just look at all the ice melting, where bears, penquins have no place to go. Ice melting under them

Action speaks louder than words, debating is time spent carelessly!

Keep the effort going for the younger generation, there can't be a turning back, it's almost been too long now!!!

WE ALL NEED TO DO OUR PART TO SAVE THE PLANET NOW !

Thank you for all you do, Michael Bloomberg.

We’ve had climate change for 2 thousand and 19 years.

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May 16th

Ranking Digital Rights evaluated 24 of the world's most powerful internet, mobile, and telecommunications companies on their disclosed commitments, policies, and practices affecting users' freedom of expression and privacy.

Does Big Tech respect your human rights?

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Ranking Digital Rights evaluated 24 of the worlds most powerful internet, mobile, and telecommunications companies on their disclosed commitments, policies, and practices affecting users freedom of expression and privacy.

Does Big Tech respect your human rights?

https://rankingdigitalrights.org/index2019
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