The Renown 2021 Impact Humanity Television and Film Festival is Now Taking Submissions

"We will be honoring films produced after June 2019, 2020 and 2021 in order to make up for those that will not be able to be recognized this year."

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Following the global success of the inaugural 2019 Impact Humanity Television and Film Festival which received over 2,000 submissions from 112 countries, Festival Founder, David McKenzie, announced that next year’s 2021 Festival will have both a Virtual Event in February and an in-person multi day event later in the year; this comes after this year’s Festival was postponement due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The inaugural event was attended by prominent world dignitaries with submissions judged by an elite panel of entertainment leaders and was part of the impactful Aurora Humanitarian Initiative – (www./auroraprize.com/en/prize/detail/about).

David McKenzie said that starting December 1st, we will be welcoming submissions for next year’s Festival. We will be honoring films produced after June 2019, 2020 and 2021 in order to make up for those that will not be able to be recognized this year. Submissions can be made via FilmFreeway (https://filmfreeway.com/ImpactHumanityTelevisionandFilmFestival-1). The winners will be included in a one hour nationally televised television special and award show about the film festival. The winners will be included in it as well as clips from the show. The Impact Humanity Television and Film Festival plans to do this every year as a TV special so that the winners and their projects are recognized globally via television.

In addition to established categories honoring filmmakers for Features films, Documentaries, Television and Shorts, this year’s Festival has added a Young Filmmakers Category to encourage young filmmakers to focus their efforts on global humanitarian rights and causes. The idea of the Impact Humanity Television and Film Festival is to raise awareness on the issues related to the global humanitarian crisis and actions to save people through the television shows, feature films and documentaries we present. The Festival highlights television and film projects that involve human rights and strive to preserve and advance humanitarian causes.

McKenzie said that he believes it is important to call attention to human rights issues everywhere around the world and that the Festival will serve as a bridge to encourage television and film producers to raise awareness of human rights issues through their future television and film projects.

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Emil Malak Pens an Op-ed: New antibody resistant coronavirus mutation N493K; Focus should be on testing

Emil Malak, CEO Voip-Pal, well versed in global politics, culture and health

VOIP-PAL CEO Emil Malak

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There is an urgent need for continuous testing every three days as well as making COVID-19 testing more widely available through innovative means such as testing vending machines.”

— Emil Malak

WASHINGTON, DC, US, November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — CEOCFO Magazine, an independent investment publication that highlights important technologies and companies, today announced it has published an op-ed (https://www.ceocfointerviews.com/emilmalakoped1120.html) by Voip-Pal CEO Emil Malak. Voip-Pal.com Inc., Voip-Pal (OTCQB: VPLM), a Bellevue, Washington based company is an inventor and pioneer of the switching technology now being used by many of the world's largest telecommunication and social networking companies, without which they could not connect Landline phone calls to Internet phone calls. Mr. Malak has other business ventures and is well versed in global politics and culture.

In February of this year (2020), just as the world was waking up to the news that people were fleeing Wuhan China, headed to worldwide destinations with the deadly coronavirus, Mr. Malak wrote his very first Op-ed on the subject. In the title of his article, “A Global Pandemic Has Already Started” Mr. Malak declared the novel coronavirus to be a worldwide pandemic one month before the World Health Organization did. Since then we have seen several of Mr. Malek’s predictions on the virus come true.

In his most recent op-ed, Mr. Malak discussed the new antibody resistant coronavirus mutation N493K. “The neutralizing antibodies that patients develop after being infected with a virus or following vaccination are not proving to be effective against this new mutant. The N439K mutation so-far is proving to be resistant to antibodies.

He continued, “N439K has already been identified in twelve countries and is increasing infection rates in the United States and Europe. As a result, within the next four weeks we could potentially see death rates increase. Authors of a recent study on the new coronavirus mutant conclude their findings could have consequences, not only on the efficacy of emerging vaccines but also the efficacy of antibody therapeutics.”
https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.11.04.355842v1

With studies such as the one by The University of Vermont Medical Center yet to be done, Mr. Malak who is very pro-vaccine and believes they save lives cautioned, “I have the utmost respect for politicians on both sides of the aisle that have dedicated their efforts into eradicating the coronavirus. One of the challenges is there are still too many unknowns before we can roll out a safe vaccine solution. Do neutralizing antibodies indeed vanish within a few months? Will antibody dependent enhancement (ADE) put those vaccinated in danger? Could a vaccinated person, thinking they are immune to COVID-19 become an asymptomatic carrier and spread the virus? How many doses of the vaccine will people need per year? Some suggest three of four doses per year to be safe. What about side effects? Will spike protein mutations complicate matters?”
https://www.uvmhealth.org/medcenter/clinical-trials-and-research/COVID-19-vaccine-study#
https://www.virology.ws/2009/07/24/virus-neutralization-by-antibodies/

Malak has repeatedly warned in his op-eds over the past nine months about the need to gather adequate data of at least two years before allowing a vaccine to go to the market. Recalling the mistakes of the 1960’s Thalidomide tragedy that led to tens of thousands of children born with birth defects, Malak wrote, “We need to learn from these tragedies and never repeat the same mistakes. Rushing into any drug or vaccine could lead to catastrophic consequences.”

Pointing to a study by Danish researches, Mr. Malak discusses another concern in the possibility that today’s vaccine may not work tomorrow because of virus mutation, “Researchers have documented at least two mutations of the coronavirus. In one instance the genetic sequence within the spike protein changed the position of the “614 G” aspartic acid (contains an amino acid and a carboxylic acid) to an “amino acid glycine.” That single change within the spike protein created a new COVID-19-2.0, far more contagious and deadly than the original. The second mutation was recently discovered in the mink farms of Denmark; two amino acid mutations within the spike protein. It is valid to question whether a vaccine would be effective after a mutation takes place in the spike protein. We do not know when, nor how frequently a mutation will take place, rendering the vaccine ineffective each time. Another important question that needs to be answered is how effective any COVID-19 vaccine will be on a mutated strain of the virus; a COVID-2.0.”

Mr. Malak continues, “As a result of this new virus all of Denmark’s 17 million farmed minks in their 400 mink farms are being destroyed and 240 or more mink farm workers are currently infected. This latest development provides even more reason why the focus should be on developing more effective therapeutics,” said Mr. Malak.
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/04/health/covid-mink-mutation.html

Mr. calls for what he calls, “The hammer and the dance” – for a new non-political task force. “It is necessary to form a national scientific advisory committee that is free from all political influence. The committee would provide two televised updates per week to advise the public of the facts regarding the coronavirus, its spread and what actions need to be taken by each state.”

Below is Mr. Malak’s proposal:
The Hammer – Europe is headed back to total lockdown, referred to as the “hammer” because of the resurgence of coronavirus cases. The virus is back in Europe vigorously, leading government officials to once again shutdown their economies. This radical action will be devastating to businesses and to the overall mental and physical health of Europeans and will hopefully be limited to a very short period.

The Dance – During the hammer period certain actions must be taken to get people back to work:
1. There is an urgent need for continuous testing every three days as well as making COVID-19 testing more widely available through innovative means such as testing vending machines that provide rapid results in one minute. Those that test negative are free to go to work, restaurants and live their lives normally. Those who test positive will seek medical attention and self-quarantine. More simple, rapid self-testing kits are needed.
2. Reconfigure workplaces providing the means for social distancing, disinfectants and mask wearing indoors.
3. Limit the size of indoor gatherings.
4. Indoor locations like restaurants, bars, and conference centers etc. could be retrofitted with air conditioning systems that burn out the virus during circulation cycles.
5. Close down tattoo parlors, massage parlors and prostitution businesses. Those with addictions should be treated in proper medical facilities.

People that do not adjust to the new norms necessary to deal with the virus will be leaving themselves vulnerable to potential infection and risks associated with the virus which includes death.

Malak, who has many years of experience dealing with the U.S. patent system hinted he may be writing a future article on the current state of patents in the United States saying, “Unfortunately, owning a U.S. patent today can be meaningless. It is no longer an asset but a liability.”

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Much of what took place suggests that war had genocide features by Sri Lanka forces: Former President of Gayana Ramotar

Former President of Gyana Donald Ramotar

Last stages of the war were particularly bloody, even savage. Conservative figure put death at 40,000 mainly innocent civilians. Some reports put it at 70,000

GEORGETOWN, GUYANA , November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ —

Below, please find Former President of Guyana Donald Ramotar's Keynote Address at Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) Parliament on May 22, 2020. WATCH: https://youtu.be/Y3YtXm__Tlk

First of all I would like to thank you for the invitation to address your august body. I consider this to be a singular honour and I deeply appreciate your kind gesture.

Your Parliament is quite a unique body which is playing an important role in bringing the Tamil people of Sri-Lanka together, uniting them in the drive for peace, freedom and justice. The fact that this Parliament has arisen is testimony to the determination, the fortitude and the spirit of resistance that burns in the breasts of Tamils in Sri-Lanka and in the diaspora. This august body demonstrates the great organisational skills and the creativity of the leadership of the Transitional Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE). This gives much hope for a better future.

Your assembly is meeting in an international situation characterised by rapid changes in almost every aspect of life. It is also full of uncertainties, great dangers, tremendous challenges and I believe opportunities.

For those of us living in the Third World those challenges are even more pronounced. The most immediate issue is the global pandemic that has gripped the world. The spread of this virus is continuing and causing hundreds of thousands of deaths throughout the world. Its full impact has not been realised as yet, but already we see the serious decline in many of our world’s largest and most important economies. It is believed to be threatening to begin a global recession. At such times the peoples of the developing world almost always bear the brunt of austerity measures.

On the other hand this COVID-19 virus tells us how closely we are all united. Unfortunately some of the world’s leaders seem to fail to grasp this reality and instead of uniting our resources to get rid of the virus, some are engaging in petty squabbles. We are also confronted with climate change. You yourselves have been the victims of one of the worst natural disasters in history, the tsunami. What is new is the frequency and force of hurricanes, droughts, tornadoes and floods.

On the social front, the inequality that exists between countries and within countries is threatening to tear the socio-economic system apart. Every year the concentration of wealth and the growing relative poverty are getting worse. The gap between rich and poor, haves and have-nots, has become a wide gulf. While we see growing poverty, we also see tremendous wastage taking place. Trillions of dollars are being expended on creating super weapons; the merchants of death are instigating conflicts in various parts of our world. Many are so dangerous that they can threaten human existence. To add to this we hear talk of even militarising our space.

It is in this very dangerous international climate that the Tamil people of Eelam must conduct their struggle. In these circumstances that exist worldwide you have chosen the best form of struggle at this time. The peaceful means offers you the greatest opportunity to popularise and promote the legitimate interests of the heroic Tamil people. It will encourage greater participation of the masses in their just cause and beget international solidarity.
Within the country it provides the best possibility of organising the people and in forging broad unity among the Tamils and other forces.
I believe that the form of struggle that you are now engaged in will help you to build alliances with the democratic and peace loving forces in the other sections of the population of Sri-Lanka.

Your struggles for equal rights and justice have had its origin since the time of Independence in 1948, seventy two years ago. Your movement has acquired great experience and are steeled in the cause of justice and equality. From the time of independence the nature of the struggle changed. This was because of the fact that instead of pursuing national goals, a new kind of colonialism developed. This was where the colonisers and the colonised lived in the same country.

Successive governments of Sri-Lanka tried to turn the Tamils into second class citizen. This was done by making laws to keep them permanently disadvantaged. The Sinhala Only Act of 1956 was a powerful blow against the forging of national unity and de facto created two nations, one oppressed and the other seemingly the oppressor. This act led to the beginning of the marginalisation of the Tamil people and the devaluation of the most fundamental aspect of a people’s culture, their language. The Tamil language was relegated into an inferior status. Cultural institutions, like the famous Tamil Library, was destroyed; a loss to all humanity. From then the struggle became the fight for the right of a nation to self-determination. This is a universal right, recognised by the United Nations and other international bodies. The attack on the culture of the people and the lack of compromise led to one of the most brutal civil wars in modern times.

Thousands of persons perished in the long war. Most of who were Tamils. Here too we see the importance of forms of struggles. While the struggle was just and even the armed struggle could have been justified, the use of individual acts of terrorism damaged the cause. Those acts of terrorism were used as a pretext to discredit the just National Liberation objective and used to justify the massive onslaught on innocent Tamil people.

The last stages of that war were particularly bloody, even savage. The estimate of the death varies fairly widely. The most conservative figure put the death at 40,000 mainly innocent civilians. Some reports put it at 70,000.

Much of what took place suggests that the war had genocide features on the part of the Sri-Lanka armed forces.

Even in the agreed “no fire” zone thousands were killed, hospitals, schools and other important infrastructure destroyed. Moreover, reports speak about torture and the disappearance of thousands, while rape was used as a weapon of war.

It is unfortunate too that this situation in Sri-Lanka created conditions for a family dynasty to appear. It has resulted in many negative developments in social life. Some committee reports talk about the rise of corruption, nepotism and day to day terror in the society. History has taught us that in these circumstances dictatorship flourish.

It sometimes does not occur in a single act, but in the accumulation of actions. Freedoms and rights of people are gradually eroded as first steps.
Among the first to be undermined is the right of the freedom of expression. That extends to arbitrary arrest of political and other public figure. And the continued abuse of women many of whom live in fear.

It is extremely unfortunate that since the end of the civil war in 2009 nothing much was done to investigate the thousands of reports of crimes committed then and that continues today. The international community must correct this at the earliest. This is even more necessary since the last elections in Sri-Lanka. One can appreciate the trepidation of the population of Tamils in your country as the current President was the Minister of Defence during the bloodiest period of the Civil War, when most civilians were slaughtered.

This is why the work of the Transitional Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) is so important.

It is necessary not only to inform the international arena, but to build structures in Sri-Lanka, to create formidable organisations and foster hope in the people. In this endeavour the need to build links with the freedom loving people in Sri-Lanka is as important as building international solidarity. You are not alone.

The struggle of the Tamils is part of the struggle for Peace and disarmament, is part and parcel of the resistance of the Palestinian people and other oppressed the world over. International solidarity means a lot in our globalised world. Your victory will contribute to the cause of all exploited and oppressed. So too would the gains made internationally impact on your struggles.

Allow me to conclude by wishing you successes as you strive firstly for justice for the crimes committed on your people and for their freedom and liberation from national oppression.

Once more best wishes and forward to a better world!

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ABOUT THE TRANSNATIONAL GOVERNMENT OF TAMIL EELAM (TGTE):

The Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) is a democratically elected Government of over a million strong Tamils (from the island of Sri Lanka) living in several countries around the world.

TGTE was formed after the mass killing of Tamils by the Sri Lankan Government in 2009.

TGTE thrice held internationally supervised elections among Tamils around the world to elect 135 Members of Parliament. It has two chambers of Parliament: The House of Representatives and the Senate and also a Cabinet.

TGTE is leading a campaign to realize the political aspirations of Tamils through peaceful, democratic, and diplomatic means and its Constitution mandates that it should realize its political objectives only through peaceful means. It’s based on the principles of nationhood, homeland and self-determination.

TGTE seeks that the international community hold the perpetrators of war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide against the Tamil people to account. TGTE calls for a referendum to decide the political future of Tamils.

The Prime Minister of TGTE is Mr. Visuvanathan Rudrakumaran, a New York based lawyer.

Twitter: @TGTE_PMO
Email: pmo@tgte.org
Web: www.tgte-us.org, www.tgte.org

BACKGROUND

Tamils in the island of Sri Lanka faced repeated mass killings in 1958, 1977, and 1983 and the mass killings in 2009 prompted UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to appoint a Panel of Experts to report on the scale of the killings.

According to UN internal review report on Sri Lanka, over 70 thousand Tamils were killed in six months in early 2009 and Tamil women were sexually assaulted and raped by the Sri Lankan Security forces. A report by the International Truth and Justice Project (ITJP) published details of Sri Lankan Military run "Rape Camps", where Tamil women are being held as sex slaves. There are over 90,000 Tamil war widows and thousands of Tamils disappeared due the conflict.

According to this UN report, the killings and other abuses that took place amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity. Independent experts believe that there are elements of these abuses that constitute an act of genocide.

Members of the Sri Lankan security forces are almost exclusively from the Sinhalese community and the victims are all from the Tamil community. A Buddhist Monk shot and killed a Sri Lankan Prime Minister 1959 for having talks with Tamils.

Tamils overwhelmingly voted in a Parliamentary election in 1977 to establish an independent and sovereign country called Tamil Eelam. This Parliamentary election was conducted by the Sri Lankan Government.

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Nonprofit HR Expands Operational Capacity to Meet Social Sector Talent Management Needs

Nonprofit HR to Increase Service Delivery to Nonprofits to Scale Mission Impact

Nonprofits require an unprecedented level of talent management support in this era.”

— Lisa Brown Alexander, President & CEO, Nonprofit HR.

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Nonprofit HR recently announced the appointment of key leaders who will shape the firm’s operational infrastructure as it expands service delivery to meet increased demand for social sector thought-partnering. The expansion is based on the evolving talent attraction, retooling, development and retention needs for nonprofits; these needs stem from the impacts of the novel coronavirus, civil and social unrest and a polarized political climate on the sector’s workforce and culture. Specifically, the firm has hired Staffing, Talent Delivery, and Workforce Management expert, Terry Perenich, as its new Vice President of Client Services effective December 1, 2020. Terry will focus on expanding Nonprofit HR’s work with nonprofits and play a critical role in leading its infrastructure for service delivery. Ultimately, Perenich’s new role will help Nonprofit HR’s clients build the talent management capacity needed to better meet their missions. Terry comes to Nonprofit HR having worked with several leading brands, including Deloitte LLP, Kforce Global Solutions, Inc. and Accenture. This new role was created in direct response to the increasingly more complex demands of the nation’s growing social sector.

Nonprofit HR’s Vice President and Managing Partner, and former head of Business Development, Patty Hampton, has also been tapped to lead a new initiative focused on the unique needs of social enterprises which will launch early 2021. Sidney Abrams, long-time champion of the firm’s human resources consulting practice, will now head its business development function to maintain visibility in and expand to new markets where social impact organizations are rapidly growing to meet rapidly expanding societal needs.

“Nonprofits require an unprecedented level of talent management support in this era. The understanding of the importance of talent to organizational sustainability confirms that nonprofit leaders are committed to their missions and are serious about responsibly investing in their people. Nonprofit HR has been on an aggressive growth trajectory for the past 10 years. We continually align our growth strategy with developments in the sector and the nation, which means that organizations can continue to count on us as trusted advisors,” said Lisa Brown Alexander, President & CEO, Nonprofit HR.

Nonprofit HR has streamlined its operations in a new initiative dubbed “Agility.” This effort intentionally repositions its client services with an expanded and dynamic leadership team: Strategy and Advisory services, now led by long-time HR strategist, consultant and Managing Director, Lori Kipnis; HR Outsourcing, the firm’s largest practice, led by Heather de la Riva; Search, spearheaded by professional search expert and Managing Director, Myra Briggs; Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI), the firm’s fastest-growing practice, led by well-known DEI thought partner and Managing Director, Emily Holthaus; and Total Rewards, led by compensation, benefits and wellness expert and Managing Director, Lisa McKeown.

Press seeking interviews may email Managing Director for Client Marketing and Strategic Communication, Atokatha Ashmond Brew, at abrew@nonprofithr.com.

About Nonprofit HR
Nonprofit HR is the country’s leading and oldest firm focused exclusively on the talent management needs of social impact organizations. Since 2000, our staff of credentialed experts have advanced the impact of some of the world’s most influential brands in the sector. We focus our efforts on project-based human resources consulting, HR outsourcing, talent acquisition, executive search, knowledge, and research, all with the objective of strengthening the people management capacity of the workforce. This year, we are celebrating 20 years as a talent management capacity-building firm dedicated to the success of our clients.

Excerpt of Nonprofit HR’s DEI Statement
It is a high priority for us to foster and maintain an environment where diversity and inclusion are valued and realized to the benefit of you and the clients that we serve. We believe strongly in treating everyone fairly and value the full diversity of our colleagues, clients, partners and vendors. Inclusion is how we live our commitment to fairness and diversity. It shapes how we honor the perspectives, abilities and identities of our colleagues; how we listen to, engage and respond to our clients; and how we connect to and appreciate each other and those we serve. See Nonprofit HR’s full diversity statement.

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Local Black Lives Matter Chapters Demand Transparency and Accountability From Global Network

Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter – BLM 10

Black Lives Matter (BLM), a group of 10 local chapters is renewing demands for transparency and accountability from BLMGN, demands that first began in 2016.

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, UNITED STATES, November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — WASHINGTON, D.C. – Frequently faced with public scrutiny about finances and leadership of Black Lives Matter (BLM), a group of 10 local chapters is renewing demands for transparency and accountability from the global network, demands that first began in 2016.

Following a summer of increased organizing for social justice and massive donations to BLM’s fight for liberation, the local chapters released a public statement on Monday that outlines deficits in leadership, organization, and financial accounting. Specifically, the group asserts:

Patrisse Cullors, as the sole board member of Black Lives Matter Global Network (BLMGN), became Executive Director of the global group against the will of most chapters and without their knowledge.

BLMGN created new organizations, BLM Grassroots and the Black Lives Matter Political Action Committee without consultation with the vast majority of chapters.

Chapter organizers have been consistently prevented from establishing financial transparency, collective decision-making, and collaboration on political analysis and vision with BLMGN.

While millions of dollars have been donated to BLMGN, most chapters have received little to no financial support since the launch in 2013. It was only in the last few months that selected chapters appear to have been invited to apply for a $500,000 grant created with resources generated because of the organizing labor of chapters.

“We remain committed to collectively building an organization of BLM chapters that is democratic, accountable, and functions in a way that is aligned with our ideological values and commitment to liberation,” the statement reads.

Participating chapters demand that decision-makers of BLMGN, Grassroots, and the BLM PAC stop representing themselves as leaders or representatives of all of Black Lives Matter and provide full financial transparency and accountability to all chapters. This includes a full financial report from the past and current fiscal sponsors, a report of all contracts and staff and removal of any obstacles for interviews with them, and a public commitment to democratizing the use and distribution of finances. In addressing these issues, organizers will restore confidence in chapters around the world that was lost in negative critiques of the global network, which has not been involved in local chapters’ frontline work.

Local chapters that have signed the statement include Philadelphia, Pa.; Washington, D.C.; Chicago, Ill.; Hudson Valley, NY; Oklahoma City, Okla.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Denver, Colo.; Vancouver, Washington; San Diego, Calif.; and New Jersey.

As the group works to determine the next steps, organizers encourage supporters to organize with and donate directly to their local chapters, which represent the frontline of the movement. They also invite former chapters to reconnect and join the push for greater transparency and accountability needed to support the ongoing fight for liberation.

Read the full statement here.

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Local Black Lives Matter Chapters Demand Transparency and Accountability From Global Network

Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter – BLM 10

Black Lives Matter (BLM), a group of 10 local chapters is renewing demands for transparency and accountability from BLMGN, demands that first began in 2016.

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, UNITED STATES, November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — WASHINGTON, D.C. – Frequently faced with public scrutiny about finances and leadership of Black Lives Matter (BLM), a group of 10 local chapters is renewing demands for transparency and accountability from the global network, demands that first began in 2016.

Following a summer of increased organizing for social justice and massive donations to BLM’s fight for liberation, the local chapters released a public statement on Monday that outlines deficits in leadership, organization, and financial accounting. Specifically, the group asserts:

Patrisse Cullors, as the sole board member of Black Lives Matter Global Network (BLMGN), became Executive Director of the global group against the will of most chapters and without their knowledge.

BLMGN created new organizations, BLM Grassroots and the Black Lives Matter Political Action Committee without consultation with the vast majority of chapters.

Chapter organizers have been consistently prevented from establishing financial transparency, collective decision-making, and collaboration on political analysis and vision with BLMGN.

While millions of dollars have been donated to BLMGN, most chapters have received little to no financial support since the launch in 2013. It was only in the last few months that selected chapters appear to have been invited to apply for a $500,000 grant created with resources generated because of the organizing labor of chapters.

“We remain committed to collectively building an organization of BLM chapters that is democratic, accountable, and functions in a way that is aligned with our ideological values and commitment to liberation,” the statement reads.

Participating chapters demand that decision-makers of BLMGN, Grassroots, and the BLM PAC stop representing themselves as leaders or representatives of all of Black Lives Matter and provide full financial transparency and accountability to all chapters. This includes a full financial report from the past and current fiscal sponsors, a report of all contracts and staff and removal of any obstacles for interviews with them, and a public commitment to democratizing the use and distribution of finances. In addressing these issues, organizers will restore confidence in chapters around the world that was lost in negative critiques of the global network, which has not been involved in local chapters’ frontline work.

Local chapters that have signed the statement include Philadelphia, Pa.; Washington, D.C.; Chicago, Ill.; Hudson Valley, NY; Oklahoma City, Okla.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Denver, Colo.; Vancouver, Washington; San Diego, Calif.; and New Jersey.

As the group works to determine the next steps, organizers encourage supporters to organize with and donate directly to their local chapters, which represent the frontline of the movement. They also invite former chapters to reconnect and join the push for greater transparency and accountability needed to support the ongoing fight for liberation.

Read the full statement here.

Kelly Davidson
KellyMaven Media
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MINORITY BUSINESS NEWS (MBNUSA) RECOGNIZES NVBDC IS PAVING THE WAY FOR VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESSES IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN

Minority Business News USA

Minority Business News USA

MBN USA November Issue

MBN USA November Issue

NVBDC proudly supports all Veteran Owned Businesses

Nations leading veteran business certification organization

Keith King, CEO, NVBDC

Keith King, CEO, NVBDC

NVBDC Equips Members with certification, credentialing to outlast COVID-19

I was acutely aware that before I created NVBDC, there was no supplier diversity recognition of veteran-owned businesses in corporate America.”

— Keith King, Founder & CEO, NVBDC

DETROIT, MI, UNITED STATES, November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — In a recent article published in the Minority Business News (MBNUSA) digital magazine, Keith King, Founder & CEO, National Veteran Business Development Council (NVBDC) provides an optimistic perspective of COVID-19 effects on Supplier Diversity and Procurement. King additionally proclaims an influx of NVBDC Certifications for Service-Disabled and Veteran-Owned Businesses due to the increased awareness of NVBDC’s value of providing corporate business connections.

As stated in the MBNUSA article, For the nearly 2.5 million veteran-owned businesses operating nationally, there exists a vast network of supplier diversity programs in search of certified veteran-owned businesses with which to do business. The National Veteran Business Development Council, or NVBDC, provides SD/VOBs with the credentialing necessary to meet the standards of corporate supplier diversity programs.

“I was acutely aware that before I created NVBDC, there was no supplier diversity recognition of veteran-owned businesses in corporate America,” said Keith King, Founder & CEO, NVBDC.

Through certification and mentorship, NVBDC paves the way for all veteran run businesses to compete for corporate contracts. Factors like professionalism, communication and presentation are a huge part of maintaining a successful business relationship at a corporate level. NVBDC exists to help Service-Disabled and Veteran-Owned Businesses (SD/VOBs) partnerships grow and last.

EQUIPPING FOR THE PRESENT, TRAINING FOR THE FUTURE

In addition to providing nationally recognized credentialing for SD/VOBs, NVBDC equips certified SD/VOBs with the skills necessary to empower their corporate relationships and foster sustainable, mutually beneficial partnerships with clients of every size and industry.

In 2020, NVBDC launched the Supplier Mentorship Program (SMP) with eight trial corporations. This intensive annual mentorship places Service-Disabled and Veteran-Owned businesses under the leadership of well-established corporations for a chance to expand and enhance their business practices, while receiving guidance and direction along the way.

“The eight individual corporations involved in our program have been outstanding. Annette Stevenson, CPSD, C.P.M., SMP Program Manager, has done a terrific job promoting the opportunities of our program.” King said

A major theme of NVBDC’s story and development is an appreciation for corporations who have added veteran-owned businesses to their supplier diversity programs or prioritized their growth. NVBDC’s Supplier Mentorship Program (SMP) has helped VOBs maintain professionalism and business savvy in a way that increases their sustainability and longevity.

THE SILVER LINING OF COVID-19

As the Supplier Mentorship Program begins laying the groundwork for its second year of programming in 2021, NVBDC also recognizes the impact of COVID-19 on the national supply chain, and how SD/VOBs have pivoted to meet supplier needs.

The pandemic, while difficult, has brought positive news. In March, nationwide interest in PPE products took off. NVBDC’s phone was ringing off the hook. Non-certified VOBs were approached by the NVBDC who were told that if they attained NVBDC certification, our member corporations would consider them for business opportunities. NVBDC was overwhelmed with the number of veteran-owned businesses that wanted certification and were then able to seek business with our Corporate Members.

This necessary supply-chain adaptation has yielded unexpectedly positive outcomes. The phone calls and emails haven’t slowed down since March. The reaction from our veterans has been incredibly gratifying. They are highly skilled and are highly experienced at adaptation. This situation has also demonstrated the sincerity of corporations who wanted to find and hire our veteran-owned businesses.

Looking ahead, the landscape of supply-chain diversity is bright; despite COVID-19’s ever-changing path. NVBDC is optimistic that certified SD/VOBs will continue to innovate and inspire.

“I see nothing but growth and opportunity for all Service-Disabled and Veteran-Owned Businesses. It takes some work on their part, but the rewards can lead to success.” Brigadier General (ret) Richard Miller, President, NVBDC.

For more information about NVBDC and to learn how to become an NVBDC Certified SD/VOB additional support is always available. Please feel free to reach out to NVBDC by visiting our website: www.nvbdc.org or contacting us directly: (888) CERTIFIED.

NVBDC MISSION:
NVBDC is the only Veteran Owned Business Certification organization developed by Veterans, for Veterans. The purpose is to provide a credible and reliable certifying authority for all size businesses ensuring that valid documentation exists of Veteran ownership and control.

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MINORITY BUSINESS NEWS (MBNUSA) RECOGNIZES NVBDC IS PAVING THE WAY FOR VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESSES IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN

Minority Business News USA

Minority Business News USA

MBN USA November Issue

MBN USA November Issue

NVBDC proudly supports all Veteran Owned Businesses

Nations leading veteran business certification organization

Keith King, CEO, NVBDC

Keith King, CEO, NVBDC

NVBDC Equips Members with certification, credentialing to outlast COVID-19

I was acutely aware that before I created NVBDC, there was no supplier diversity recognition of veteran-owned businesses in corporate America.”

— Keith King, Founder & CEO, NVBDC

DETROIT, MI, UNITED STATES, November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — In a recent article published in the Minority Business News (MBNUSA) digital magazine, Keith King, Founder & CEO, National Veteran Business Development Council (NVBDC) provides an optimistic perspective of COVID-19 effects on Supplier Diversity and Procurement. King additionally proclaims an influx of NVBDC Certifications for Service-Disabled and Veteran-Owned Businesses due to the increased awareness of NVBDC’s value of providing corporate business connections.

As stated in the MBNUSA article, For the nearly 2.5 million veteran-owned businesses operating nationally, there exists a vast network of supplier diversity programs in search of certified veteran-owned businesses with which to do business. The National Veteran Business Development Council, or NVBDC, provides SD/VOBs with the credentialing necessary to meet the standards of corporate supplier diversity programs.

“I was acutely aware that before I created NVBDC, there was no supplier diversity recognition of veteran-owned businesses in corporate America,” said Keith King, Founder & CEO, NVBDC.

Through certification and mentorship, NVBDC paves the way for all veteran run businesses to compete for corporate contracts. Factors like professionalism, communication and presentation are a huge part of maintaining a successful business relationship at a corporate level. NVBDC exists to help Service-Disabled and Veteran-Owned Businesses (SD/VOBs) partnerships grow and last.

EQUIPPING FOR THE PRESENT, TRAINING FOR THE FUTURE

In addition to providing nationally recognized credentialing for SD/VOBs, NVBDC equips certified SD/VOBs with the skills necessary to empower their corporate relationships and foster sustainable, mutually beneficial partnerships with clients of every size and industry.

In 2020, NVBDC launched the Supplier Mentorship Program (SMP) with eight trial corporations. This intensive annual mentorship places Service-Disabled and Veteran-Owned businesses under the leadership of well-established corporations for a chance to expand and enhance their business practices, while receiving guidance and direction along the way.

“The eight individual corporations involved in our program have been outstanding. Annette Stevenson, CPSD, C.P.M., SMP Program Manager, has done a terrific job promoting the opportunities of our program.” King said

A major theme of NVBDC’s story and development is an appreciation for corporations who have added veteran-owned businesses to their supplier diversity programs or prioritized their growth. NVBDC’s Supplier Mentorship Program (SMP) has helped VOBs maintain professionalism and business savvy in a way that increases their sustainability and longevity.

THE SILVER LINING OF COVID-19

As the Supplier Mentorship Program begins laying the groundwork for its second year of programming in 2021, NVBDC also recognizes the impact of COVID-19 on the national supply chain, and how SD/VOBs have pivoted to meet supplier needs.

The pandemic, while difficult, has brought positive news. In March, nationwide interest in PPE products took off. NVBDC’s phone was ringing off the hook. Non-certified VOBs were approached by the NVBDC who were told that if they attained NVBDC certification, our member corporations would consider them for business opportunities. NVBDC was overwhelmed with the number of veteran-owned businesses that wanted certification and were then able to seek business with our Corporate Members.

This necessary supply-chain adaptation has yielded unexpectedly positive outcomes. The phone calls and emails haven’t slowed down since March. The reaction from our veterans has been incredibly gratifying. They are highly skilled and are highly experienced at adaptation. This situation has also demonstrated the sincerity of corporations who wanted to find and hire our veteran-owned businesses.

Looking ahead, the landscape of supply-chain diversity is bright; despite COVID-19’s ever-changing path. NVBDC is optimistic that certified SD/VOBs will continue to innovate and inspire.

“I see nothing but growth and opportunity for all Service-Disabled and Veteran-Owned Businesses. It takes some work on their part, but the rewards can lead to success.” Brigadier General (ret) Richard Miller, President, NVBDC.

For more information about NVBDC and to learn how to become an NVBDC Certified SD/VOB additional support is always available. Please feel free to reach out to NVBDC by visiting our website: www.nvbdc.org or contacting us directly: (888) CERTIFIED.

NVBDC MISSION:
NVBDC is the only Veteran Owned Business Certification organization developed by Veterans, for Veterans. The purpose is to provide a credible and reliable certifying authority for all size businesses ensuring that valid documentation exists of Veteran ownership and control.

FIND US | LIKE US | FOLLOW US | JOIN US: LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and RallyPoint

Keith King, Founder & CEO
National Veteran Business Development Council
+1 3164466885
email us here
Visit us on social media:
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LinkedIn


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BYOBikes Celebrates GivingTuesday on December 1, 2020, To Increase Support for its “Be a Holiday Hero” Campaign

BYOBikes

Be a Holiday Hero and help us spread joy!

BYOBikes bike build and giveaway

Wonder what she’s saying? Come join us at Celebration of the Spokes to find out.

Save the Date - BYOBikes Celebration of the Spokes

Volunteer, Donate or Sponsor and help us giveaway more bikes!

Holiday Heroes can donate $150 to help pay for one bike to be gifted to at-risk youth (including the helmet, lock, lights, and a safety course).

Last year, BYOBikes gifted 250 bikes to the children of New Orleans. There is nothing more satisfying than seeing the joy on a child’s face when gifted his or her first bike!”

— Ali Brown

NEW ORLEANS, LA, UNITED STATES , November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — This GivingTuesday, BYOBikes will inspire generosity with its “Be a Holiday Hero” campaign to increase support for its Celebration of the Spokes events. For two full weekends this December, volunteers will learn how to build a bike, the less fortunate and at-risk children of New Orleans will be gifted their first bike. For a $150 donation, the Holiday Hero helps pay for one bike to be gifted to at-risk youth (including the helmet, lock, lights, and a safety course).

BYOBikes joined GivingTuesday in order to increase awareness of its mission to provide at-risk youth their first bike. Each year at its Celebration of the Spokes events, BYOBikes gives away hundreds of bikes to at-risk youth. The Annual Celebration of the Spokes will hold its Build A Bike Workshops and Bike Giveaways at two locations in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic and social distancing rules. Covering both sides of the river, on December 4th and 5th the event will be at the Broad Theater Broadside in New Orleans, and at the Heroes of NOLA Community Center in Algiers, on December 18th and 19th. General Admission is free this year.

GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement, unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and their world. GivingTuesday will kick off the generosity season this year by inspiring people to give back on December 1, 2020, and throughout the year.
“We wanted to join GivingTuesday to increase awareness of our organization and to help us inspire more people to become Holiday Heroes (register at byobikes.org) to help us build and give away bikes at our two Celebrations of the Spokes events. Last year BYOBikes gifted 250 bikes to the children of New Orleans. There is nothing more satisfying than seeing the joy on a child’s face when gifted his or her first bike,” said Ali Brown, co-founder, and director of BYOBikes.

GivingTuesday was launched in 2012 as a simple idea: to create a day that encourages people to do good. Over the past nine years, this idea has grown into a global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity. People demonstrate generosity in many ways on GivingTuesday. Whether it’s helping a neighbor or stranger out, showing up for an issue or people we care about, or giving to causes we care about, every act of generosity counts. GivingTuesday has raised billions of dollars for critical causes around the world and gets 21 billion impressions on social media from people and organizations speaking up for the causes that matter to them and encouraging others to get involved in their communities.
"GivingTuesday inspires people all around the world to embrace their power to drive progress around the causes they care about, not just on one day but throughout the year," said Asha Curran, GivingTuesday’s CEO, and co-founder. "With country and community leaders, millions of organizations, and countless givers of all kinds, GivingTuesday is creating a shared space where we can see the radical implications of a more generous world." Those who are interested in finding out more about BYOBikes, Celebration of the Spokes or how to become a Holiday Hero, visit byobikes.org or https://www.facebook.com/BYOBikes/

About BYOBikes
The brainchild of Ali Brown and her father, Robin Tate, BYOBikes is a 501(3)(c) organization whose mission is to build a stronger, safer community. At BYOBikes, we believe that the bikes we donate have a lasting impact on our city’s youth. We are teaching the children responsibility, encouraging community spirit, promoting healthier lifestyles, and providing them with transportation to school and work. We want to be instrumental in preparing the youth to become the future leaders and influencers of the Greater New Orleans Community.

BYOBikes accepts donations year-round through its Facebook page and website. Since BYOBikes is 100% volunteer-driven, all of the funds donated are applied directly toward the purchase of bicycles. The “Holiday Hero” donation of $150 allows you to participate in the bike build and provide a NOLA child with a bike as well as a helmet, a lock, lights, and a safety course. There are also several corporate sponsorship opportunities available ranging from $ 300 to $15,000. Our sponsors and donors make BYOBikes possible, and we are so appreciative of their contributions. It is great to see the children, as well as our contributors, experience so much joy at our Bike Giveaway.” If you would like to be a part of empowering the youth and have a direct influence on the future of our city, contact BYOBikes today at info@byobikes.org.

About GivingTuesday
GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. GivingTuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. Over the past eight years, it has grown into a global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity.
Whether it’s making someone smile, helping a neighbor or stranger out, showing up for an issue or people we care about, or giving some of what we have to those who need our help, every act of generosity count, and everyone has something to give. GivingTuesday strives to build a world in which the catalytic power of generosity is at the heart of the society we build together, unlocking dignity, opportunity, and equity around the globe.

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Computer On Module (COM) Market 2020 Global Analysis, Share, Trend, Key Players, Opportunities & Forecast To 2026

Latest Market Analysis Research Report on “Computer On Module (COM) Market” has been added to Wise Guy Reports database.

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — New Study Reports “Computer On Module (COM) Market 2020 Global Market Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies and Forecasts 2026” has been Added on WiseGuyReports.
Introduction
“Computer On Module (COM) Market”
According to this study, over the next five years the Computer On Module (COM) market will register a 12.9%% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach $ 2792.2 million by 2025, from $ 1720.8 million in 2019. In particular, this report presents the global market share (sales and revenue) of key companies in Computer On Module (COM) business, shared in Chapter 3.s
This report presents a comprehensive overview, market shares, and growth opportunities of Computer On Module (COM) market by product type, application, key manufacturers and key regions and countries.
This study specially analyses the impact of Covid-19 outbreak on the Computer On Module (COM), covering the supply chain analysis, impact assessment to the Computer On Module (COM) market size growth rate in several scenarios, and the measures to be undertaken by Computer On Module (COM) companies in response to the COVID-19 epidemic.

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Key Players of Global Computer On Module (COM) Market =>
• Kontron
• Phytec
• Congatec
• Advantech
• ADLink
• MSC Technologies(Avnet)
• SECO srl
• Portwell
• Technexion
• Eurotech
• CompuLab
• Digi International
• Variscite
• Axiomtek
• EMAC
• Toradex
• Shiratech(Aviv Technologies)
• Avalue Technology
• Aaeon
• Olimex Ltd
• IWave Systems Technologies
• Calixto Systems
• Critical Link, LLC

In addition, this report discusses the key drivers influencing market growth, opportunities, the challenges and the risks faced by key manufacturers and the market as a whole. It also analyzes key emerging trends and their impact on present and future development.

Segmentation by type:
ARM Architecture
X86 Architecture
Power Architecture
Other Architecture

Segmentation by application:
Industrial Automation
Medical
Entertainment
Transportation
Test & Measurement
Other

This report also splits the market by region:
Americas
United States
Canada
Mexico
Brazil
APAC
China
Japan
Korea
Southeast Asia
India
Australia
Europe
Germany
France
UK
Italy
Russia
Middle East & Africa
Egypt
South Africa
Israel
Turkey
GCC Countries

Research objectives
To study and analyze the global Computer On Module (COM) consumption (value & volume) by key regions/countries, type and application, history data from 2015 to 2019, and forecast to 2025.
To understand the structure of Computer On Module (COM) market by identifying its various subsegments.
Focuses on the key global Computer On Module (COM) manufacturers, to define, describe and analyze the sales volume, value, market share, market competition landscape, SWOT analysis and development plans in next few years.
To analyze the Computer On Module (COM) with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects, and their contribution to the total market.
To share detailed information about the key factors influencing the growth of the market (growth potential, opportunities, drivers, industry-specific challenges and risks).
To project the consumption of Computer On Module (COM) submarkets, with respect to key regions (along with their respective key countries).
To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market.
To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their growth strategies.

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Major Key Points of Global Computer On Module (COM) Market
1 Scope of the Report
2 Executive Summary
3 Global Computer On Module (COM) by Company
4 Computer On Module (COM) by Regions
9 Market Drivers, Challenges and Trends
10 Marketing, Distributors and Customer
11 Global Computer On Module (COM) Market Forecast
12 Key Players Analysis
12.1 Kontron
12.1.1 Company Information
12.1.2 Computer On Module (COM) Product Offered
12.1.3 Kontron Computer On Module (COM) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2018-2020)
12.1.4 Main Business Overview
12.1.5 Kontron Latest Developments
12.2 Phytec
12.2.1 Company Information
12.2.2 Computer On Module (COM) Product Offered
12.2.3 Phytec Computer On Module (COM) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2018-2020)
12.2.4 Main Business Overview
12.2.5 Phytec Latest Developments
12.3 Congatec
12.3.1 Company Information
12.3.2 Computer On Module (COM) Product Offered
12.3.3 Congatec Computer On Module (COM) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2018-2020)
12.3.4 Main Business Overview
12.3.5 Congatec Latest Developments
12.4 Advantech
12.4.1 Company Information
12.4.2 Computer On Module (COM) Product Offered
12.4.3 Advantech Computer On Module (COM) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2018-2020)
12.4.4 Main Business Overview
12.4.5 Advantech Latest Developments
12.5 ADLink
12.5.1 Company Information
12.5.2 Computer On Module (COM) Product Offered
12.5.3 ADLink Computer On Module (COM) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2018-2020)
12.5.4 Main Business Overview
12.5.5 ADLink Latest Developments
12.6 MSC Technologies(Avnet)
12.6.1 Company Information
12.6.2 Computer On Module (COM) Product Offered
12.6.3 MSC Technologies(Avnet) Computer On Module (COM) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2018-2020)
12.6.4 Main Business Overview
12.6.5 MSC Technologies(Avnet) Latest Developments
12.7 SECO srl
12.7.1 Company Information
12.7.2 Computer On Module (COM) Product Offered
12.7.3 SECO srl Computer On Module (COM) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2018-2020)
12.7.4 Main Business Overview
12.7.5 SECO srl Latest Developments
12.8 Portwell
12.8.1 Company Information
12.8.2 Computer On Module (COM) Product Offered
12.8.3 Portwell Computer On Module (COM) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2018-2020)
12.8.4 Main Business Overview
12.8.5 Portwell Latest Developments
12.9 Technexion
12.9.1 Company Information
12.9.2 Computer On Module (COM) Product Offered
12.9.3 Technexion Computer On Module (COM) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2018-2020)
12.9.4 Main Business Overview
12.9.5 Technexion Latest Developments
12.10 Eurotech
12.10.1 Company Information
12.10.2 Computer On Module (COM) Product Offered
12.10.3 Eurotech Computer On Module (COM) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2018-2020)
12.10.4 Main Business Overview
12.10.5 Eurotech Latest Developments
12.11 CompuLab
12.11.1 Company Information
12.11.2 Computer On Module (COM) Product Offered
12.11.3 CompuLab Computer On Module (COM) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2018-2020)
12.11.4 Main Business Overview
12.11.5 CompuLab Latest Developments
12.12 Digi International
12.12.1 Company Information
12.12.2 Computer On Module (COM)

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