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Even with more balls flying out of the park, attendance is at record lows. Brian J. Love is a professor of materials science and engineering at the University of Michigan. Michael L. Burns is a clinical lecturer of anesthesiology there. This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license.

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After serving several North Side neighborhoods for decades, the family has decided to sell the property as competition and redevelopment comes to the area. The Stanley's property totals approximately 1. With potential assemblage of adjoining parcels, the acreage increases to 3. Individuals seeking additional information may visit StanleysNorthAndElston. A consortium of foundations - the Ford Foundation, The J.

Paul Getty Trust, the John D. MacArthur Foundation, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation - has acquired the archive of Johnson Publishing Company, publisher of the iconic Ebony and Jet magazines. The archive includes more than 4 million prints and negatives comprising the most significant collection of photographs cataloguing African-American life in the 20th century.


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The acquisition is pending court approval and the closing of the sale. The foundation consortium will donate the archives to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, the Getty Research Institute, and other leading cultural institutions for the public benefit to ensure the broadest access for the general public and use by scholars, researchers, journalists and other interested parties. We felt it was imperative to preserve these images, to give them the exposure they deserve and make them readily available to the public.

Says James Cuno, president of The J. Paul Getty Trust: "There is no greater repository of the history of the modern African-American experience than this archive. Saving it and making it available to the public is a great honor and a grave responsibility. The archive offers a remarkable insight into everyday of life in Black America - up-close and personal pictures of artists, celebrities and leaders which provided much needed representation in the media.

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The historic images also capture moments of grief and horror like the mutilated body of Emmett Till in his coffin and Coretta Scott King at her husband's funeral. The Temperance Beer Co. Being a self-described "Chicago-style" ale, I asked the bartender to drag it through the garden, but I was informed that the Chicago-style they are trying to make a thing of is the corn that's in it.

And that it's "creamy. It was not for me. As Global Temps Soared, U. Media Coverage Of Right-Wing Think Tanks' Climate Lies Rose Over Last 5 Years "A new Public Citizen analysis shows that over the last five years - as rising global temperatures repeatedly set records - national television news networks and the 50 most widely circulated newspapers in the United States increased their coverage of right-wing think tanks denying the climate emergency or that the global crisis is the result of unsustainable human activity. Sale Of Stanley's Market Just Got Real "Our goal here is to maximize the value of the property for the Panagiotaros family by bringing a buyer to the table that sees the future potential of this property.

Ebony And Jet Photo Archive Sold "The archive includes more than 4 million prints and negatives comprising the most significant collection of photographs cataloguing African-American life in the 20th century. Recent changes to the ball, advanced analytics and. Finished my mural for shure at their downtown Chicago office! It's 76 feet long and hard to capture in pics. Swipe for different angles, sections and video.

Using the Shure brand color palette was a bit of a departure for me.

A challenge and happy to do work for a company that I can stand by. I've been using Shure mics for years and those SM58s are tough Pretty quick hook there, Netflix. Kennedy in the s. Local worker centers, unions and elected officials are gathering to denounce the recent mailing of so called " no match " letters as a direct attack on working families. The group will provide information in the recent chaos experienced by both workers and employers in the current "no match" crisis, including informing workers of their rights and alerting employers on proper action to take or not take.

While there has been widespread fear created by the announced immigration raids that did not materialize, "silent workplace raids" have been devastating workers through the sending of "no match" letters. In recent weeks, Arise Chicago has received several reports of potentially illegal action by employers who have fired workers or given improper instructions to workers regarding "no match letters.

Examples include workers being fired from jobs held for five, 10, or 20 years, leaving workers jobless and causing economic crises for working families across Cook County.

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The letters also open the door for employers to use them to retaliate against workers standing up for their rights or organizing to improve wages or working conditions. No-Match letters are an educational communication from the Social Security Administration SSA to employers stating that a worker's personal information like her name or Social Security number does not match the agency's records.

Many things can generate a no-match and the letters cite some examples, most commonly due to typographical errors for example, an employer could accidentally put the wrong Social Security Number with the wrong name, or misspell a name , unreported name changes like in the case of marriage or divorce , or missing data.

The SSA sent out , "No Match" letters to employers this spring, and reportedly plans to send approximately , more this fall. A "no match" letter, on its own, does not tell an employer anything about a worker's immigration status. The letter states that it is "not related to work permits or immigration status. Also, "no match" letters state that employers should not "use this letter to take any adverse action against an employee, such as laying off, suspending, firing or discriminating against that individual, just because his or her SSN or name does not match our records.

Any of those actions could, in fact, violate State or Federal law and subject you to legal consequences. However, numerous workers have reported negative actions from employers after receiving "no match" letters - from giving an incorrect amount of time to address the "no match" to improper firings.

Berryhill, responded. In her letter to Rep. Jim Costa D-Calif. Berryhill adds that "SSA is not a law enforcement agency and our role is limited in scope to trying to ensure we credit each employee with his or her earnings. In simple terms, the Social Security Administration does not fine or punish employers who do not reply to a no-match letter.

Arise Chicago created educational materials and videos in Spanish , Polish , and English informing workers of their rights regarding "no match" letters. Arise Chicago, the Raise the Floor alliance of worker centers, local labor unions, and local elected officials call on all employers to follow the law, and take no negative action against workers if they receive "No Match" letters.

If they do, employers may face legal consequences. What: Press conference alerting local employers against improperly firing workers after receiving so called "no match" letters from the Social Security Administration, and informing workers of their rights. Who: Workers who have received "no match" letters, local unions, worker centers including Arise Chicago, Chicago Federation of Labor, elected officials including state Rep.

Gilbert Villegas 36th , Ald. Carlos Ramirez Rosa 35th and Ald. Byron Sigcho Lopez 25th. Those Bush Administration procedures required employers to fire employees who had mismatches that could not be cleared up. Business groups immediately sued to overturn the rule and persuaded a judge to block it. The Bush Administration terminated no-match letters in and rescinded the regulation in In , the Obama Administration restarted no-match letters without the termination requirement but discontinued them in The new no-match program is similar to Obama's but more expansive.

The former only sent letters to employers who had 10 or more employees with discrepancies. Trump's policy is to inform every employer about every discrepancy in the SSA database. The Center for Inquiry has helped lead the global fight for freedom of expression and against "blasphemy laws" that criminalize criticism of religion. Launched in , our Secular Rescue program has helped dozens of imperiled secularists escape persecution and violence in their home countries. But there are far more people in need than we have the resources to help.

More must be done. And now there's an opportunity for the United States to do more: a resolution calling for the repeal of blasphemy laws around the world is moving through the U. House of Representatives - and CFI needs your help to secure its passage. House Resolution recognizes that "many countries have blasphemy laws that punish expression deemed blasphemous" and that "blasphemy laws are inconsistent with international human rights standards, as they protect beliefs over individuals and often result in violations of the freedoms of religion and expression. At least 67 countries have blasphemy laws.

In some of them, criticism of religion is punishable by death. No one should have to die because their beliefs are contrary to those of the state or the majority. The passage of House Resolution would send a strong signal to these countries that the U.


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  • CFI urges you to join us in standing for the rights of all people to express their beliefs and doubts about religion. Please, use our pre-written form to contact your U. Res That's how deep this fear runs. Even in this article I tried to avoid the subject of blasphemy as far as I could. He was released from prison earlier this year after serving nearly two years. Chuck Canterbury Trump 's our man! Everything's fine! Also, memo to the Preckwinkle dead-enders and "radicals" who spent the campaign telling us Lightfoot was "a cop.

    Here's Murray in June, via the Tribune :. Lightfoot, from the dais, replied, 'Anytime the FOP wants to do anything other than object and obstruct reform. The FOP pointedly refused to participate in the city's reform effort, including the shaping of its consent decree, and then tried to jump in late and say it was excluded from the process. A judge shot that notion down in January, saying the FOP had no one to blame but itself for being left on the sidelines. And it's not as if Lightfoot is a new target for Murray and the FOP - though she's a sharper and wittier target than the last one.

    Murray then asked all the FOP members in the gallery to stand. He reiterated that they think Emanuel has turned his back on them and announced: "We are leaving, thank you. Yes, the new mayor has to negotiate a new contract with the cops. No, she doesn't have to be intimidated by them. I happen to believe, unlike Spielman and the FOP, that Lightfoot is off to a strong though flawed start.