- This is article is about the shortage of mental health professionals in the United States. It is explained that the shortage came from different minorities and their inability to speak english. Stating that the key to counseling and diagnosing mental illness is being able to have a meaningful conversation which cannot be accomplished through translation.
- I choose this article because it was interesting and it was about mental health. the information in this article was obtained from the U.S. census Bureau and the U.S. Health resources and services administration.
- Would offering english classes to minority students in our public school systems help this problem in the long run?
- This article discusses the fact that the Missouri Department of Social Services will use this Grant for employment opportunities for low-income families in St. Louis, Kansas City and central Missouri regions. This grant will help over 300 companies as well as low-income families move up their career ladder. Also, this grant will create 970 jobs!
- The information from this article was received by Governor Jay Nixon, the Department of Social Services and the final commissions report of Ferguson. I chose this article because it hits close to home and it fulfilled the requirement of being Missouri data.
- How does this grant affect us directly? Do you think creating these jobs for low income families was necessary?
- This article illustrates the fact that newly arrived immigrants are the best educated ever. Stating that 41% of immigrants entering the United States within the last five years has at least a bachelors. Whereas, 3 out of 10 U.S. born adults have a bachelors degree. Later on in the article, it explains gaps in the number of immigrants who have completed high school and how Asian immigrants being a large portion of the educated immigrants, are on the rise.
- The information presented in this article are came from Pew Research tabulations of the U.S. decennial census. Basically the census of the last five years and The American community survey. I chose this article because it was interesting and because this post was about educational statistics of the people in our country.
- Do you think it matters that the immigrants are more likely to have college degrees in “our country” than the people who where born here?
- This article is about hackers from Iran creating fake Linkedin accounts to spy on unsuspecting suspects worldwide. These 25 fake accounts have been somewhat successful acquiring more that 200 users. The hackers are posing as recruiters for majors worldwide government contractors and international corporations.
- The information came from a report from the computer company Dell’s Secure Source Work’s Unit. This unit identified the group as “TG 2889”. I chose this article because i think it is important to know why we should use social media cautiously.
- Will this make you more cautious when you use social media?
1.This article is about a woman in Florida, she got arrested months after pictures of her riding a Sea Turtle. Where she lives is is home to the most important Sea turtle and this act didn’t sit well with people in the community. I choose this article because I couldn’t believe that someone could get arrested for something like this and i thought this would be interesting to others. The women’s bond was set at $2000.
2.This information was obtained through social media. Stephanie;s snapchat photos were a violation of the law and the police say that multiple complaints about the photos were forwarded to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Committee, which is data in the tweet was obtained.
3. Do you think this crime was serious enough for incarceration?
Bubonic plague reported in Michigan.
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) September 14, 2015
- This article explains that another American has come down with “the plague”. The affected individual live in North Michigan however it is believed that the individual contracted the plague from Colorado. Colorado being the city that has been hit the hardest by the the plague this year. I choose this article because i think it is important to be aware of the plagues and diseases that can affect us or people around us. I strongly encourage you to watch the video attached to the article for a greater understand of what the plague is.
- The article itself is a product of CNN Breaking news. CNN’s information came the the Michigan department of Health and Human services and the Center of Disease Control and Prevention as stated sources in the article.
- Do you find it important to be educated on plagues and diseases even if they aren’t common or in your area? Do you think more people being educated on the plague will benefit us in the long run?
<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet” lang=”en”><p lang=”en” dir=”ltr”>Dammit people, if all lives truly mattered we wouldn’t have to say Black Lives Matter! <a href=”https://twitter.com/hashtag/BlackLivesMatter?src=hash”>#BlackLivesMatter</a></p>— opal tometi (@opalayo) <a href=”https://twitter.com/opalayo/status/638476649525313537″>August 31, 2015</a></blockquote> //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
I’m not sure how to properly embed the tweet- the link is above but it reads “Dammit people, if all lives truly mattered we wouldn’t have to say Black Lives Matter!
My article is about people believing that people who promote the Black Lives Matter campaign are a hate group. Individuals argue that with the rioting and protest promoting this cause this group of people promote hate and violence. I chose this topic because being from the St. Louis/Ferguson area i witnessed this topic hits really close to home and I believe this movement started in my neighborhood so i find it very interesting researching others opinions
The article is from Hassleback partnered with Fox news. The tweet i mentioned is from a girl named Opia and I referenced it because i agree with it and it received 87 retweets and 113 favorites.
Would you consider Black Lives Matter a hate group? if so, what actions do you deem appropriate to change the image?