Native Youth

15 Dec 18
inkPoint Media

After the results of the assembly elections in five states were announced on December 11, a message began circulating on multiple social media platforms and WhatsApp. It was claimed to be the observation of an ‘author’ of The New York Times, the popular American newspaper. The message was presented as an analysis of the recently concluded […]

15 Dec 18
TRAN QUANG HAI's world throat singing

Soriah From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search Soriah Background information Birth name Enrique Ugalde Also known as Uger Khan Born April 1, 1971 (age 47) San Bernardino, California, U.S. Genres Experimentalworldfolkovertone singingambientnoisesganabuc Occupation(s) Singer, musician, performance artist Instruments Vocals, guitar, organ, igil, doshpuluur, byzaanchy, shoor, doumbek, kengergee Years active 1999–present […]

15 Dec 18
Sarah Joyce's Blog

Sarah Joyce Joyce 1 Professor Werry RWS 100 10 December 2018 “Digital Natives” In today’s society, the youth are painted as the generation of technology. We are expected to be experts of the internet and know how to interpret the information that is given to us in the form of media. In Danah Boyd’s “It’s […]

15 Dec 18
Alt News

After the results of the assembly elections in five states were announced on December 11, a message began circulating on multiple social media platforms and WhatsApp. It was claimed to be the observation of an ‘author’ of The New York Times, the popular American newspaper. The message was presented as an analysis of the recently concluded […]

15 Dec 18
News Exc Celebrity

Article and photos from hienalouca.com

A former decorated US Army commando has been charged with murder for allegedly tracking down and killing a suspected bomb-maker in Afghanistan in 2010 after the man was released from custody.

Army Lt. Col. Loren Bymer said in a statement Friday that Maj. Mathew Golsteyn is charged with killing the Afghan during his 2010 deployment to Afghanistan. 

Bymer said Golsteyn’s commander determined there was sufficient evidence to charge the former Army Green Beret with the crime.

Golsteyn, who was leading a team of Army Special Forces troops at the time, believed that the bomb-maker, known only as Rasoul, was responsible for an explosion that killed two US Marines – Sgt. Jeremy R. McQueary, 27, and Lance Cpl. Larry M. Johnson, 19.

The new charges will be reviewed to deter

15 Dec 18
NY Health in Youth Sports

A Staten island native, Robert Calabrese (age 22) has been playing baseball for his entire life. I had the privileged to be able to interview him about his baseball journey to the Pros. When did you start playing baseball? Robert : Baseball is a revolving sport around my family. Every male in my family has […]

15 Dec 18
My master blog 7344

Verdejo was the winner at light-weight within the 2012 American Boxing Olympic Qualification Tournament.[four] Qualification was certain when Verdejo defeated a Mexican rival inside the quarter-finals Because the top-four finishers certified to the 2012 Olympics in his weight course.[five] In the 2012 Summertime Olympics, Verdejo defeated Panamanian José Huertas in the 1st spherical having a […]

15 Dec 18
Totally different Sorts Of Christian Music

Overview of all songs in the genre Digital, Including associated genres. Quick paced instrumentals and intricate playing put the facility into power metal. The .sheer skill possessed by bands like Blind Guardian and Sonata Arctica, symphonic intricacies of bands like Rhapsody, and catchy melodies of bands like Sabaton and Stratovarius exemplify the diversity of power […]

15 Dec 18
Memesita

Take a dark and threatening forest in a remote corner of the Abitibi, add a lake so disturbing that since time immemorial the natives refuse to occupy its banks, an unspeakable thousand-year-old lacustrine creature whose presence poisons the life of the forest , an isolated cottage where a few years ago there was the collective […]

15 Dec 18
Dave's ENG 120 Portfolio

Devashish Basnet Professor Wise-Lawrence English 120 19 October 2018 The Detrimental Ramifications of American Voluntourism in Developing Nations: A White Man’s World             Congratulations! You have just paid thousands of dollars to engage in a life-changing journey in which you get the chance to provide your help to a developing nation, while simultaneously exploring the […]

15 Dec 18
Dave's ENG 120 Portfolio

Devashish Basnet Professor Wise-Lawrence English 120 American Voluntourism in Developing Nations: Are We Really Helping?             Congratulations! You have just paid thousands of dollars to engage in a life-changing journey in which you get the chance to provide your help to a developing nation, while simultaneously exploring the culture and lifestyle of the natives. As […]

15 Dec 18
IF BACON GREW ON TREES

     When the juice from the greens touches your cornbread… Many think I have some weird or strict food and eating regimen, like I only eat one grain of rice a day as the only calorie…(brown rice of course, grown in my own aeroponic, pesticide free garden on my window sill…). I don’t. When […]

15 Dec 18
IXVY

When Michelle Obama and her husband visited students of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation in North Dakota in the summer of 2014, she met students whose lives had been ravaged by substance abuse and alcoholism. In a high school class of 70, four or five students had committed suicide. Though last month was Native American […]

15 Dec 18
IXVY

When Michelle Obama and her husband visited students of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation in North Dakota in the summer of 2014, she met students whose lives had been ravaged by substance abuse and alcoholism. In a high school class of 70, four or five students had committed suicide. Though last month was Native American […]

14 Dec 18
TODAY NEWS

SAIDO BERAHINO has shed more than a few tears on…

14 Dec 18
The Sun
SAIDO BERAHINO has shed more than a few tears on his mission to turn heartbreak into hope in his native Burundi. The Stoke City striker admits he let himself down more than once when he was at West Brom. Saido Berahino says his work for Burundi has changed his life and put him back on the right track But his desire to make a difference in the poverty-stricken African country has helped get him back on the straight and narrow. Berahino’s work in one of the world’s poorest nations has been a life-changing experience. And it has become the 25-year-old’s driving force since he was given Fifa clearance in the summer to play for the war-torn country he fled as a ten-year-old. He told SunSport: “I’m so far away from where I was two years ago. Berahino was a troublemaker at West Brom, having been convicted for drink-driving and speeding in November 2014 “It is well documented that it became difficult for me at West Brom. I had a lot of issues, a lot of pressure at the time and, I’m not going to lie, there were times I let myself go and didn’t handle things the right way. “But now I am in a different place and I am so glad I have come through the other side.” Berahino made his Burundi debut in September scoring against Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s Gabon in a 1-1 draw. Playing for England was once his dream and he gained a total of 47 caps from Under-16 to U-21 level. The striker played for England youth teams on levels starting from under-16 through to under-21 That dream took a battering during that infamous 913-day goal drought that finally ended this season with a header against Huddersfield. But now he is proud to represent the team nicknamed the Swallows in the War. He said: “I’d always wanted to help my country and I made a massive step by going back to play for them. “I’ve always tried to do things back home because the Burundi people are my people — I came here to England and I got lucky. Berahino was cleared by Fifa to switch to the Burundi national team in August 2018 [article-rail-section title=”most read in football” posts_category=”339″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] “God gave me a better life and now I am in a situation where I can help a lot of people and that’s what I’m trying to do. “Me and my mum always tried to do something — she has been travelling twice, three times a year to Burundi to help the unfortunate ones that will never get the opportunity I got. “Now I go back myself because I am playing for my country. Every time I do, there is a lot of work with homeless kids, I provide them with food. “There are patients in hospitals that never pay for their bills and because of that they are kept there as prisoners. Berahino debuted for Burundi on September 8 against Gabon, scoring an equaliser and securing a point for his side in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers “They are kept there until they can find a way of somehow getting the money. “This is a massive thing. A lot of people suffer like that, not only in Burundi but in other parts of Africa. Others are left to pass away at night because they don’t have the money to pay for their treatment to save them. “So I try to get my mum to visit these places and try to pay for them or I visit them myself. “Next summer I am planning to spend my holiday there, helping people.” Former Potters boss Paul Lambert dropped Berahino earlier this year for ill-discipline and forced to play for Stoke U23 team [bc_video video_id=”5569911684001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Saido Berahino swaps goalposts for basketball hoops in Instagram video”] Berahino was brought up by mum Liliane to be a Christian, yet he still ran up a long rap sheet. Before moving to Stoke almost two years ago, the striker had been convicted of drink-driving on the M6 after being caught doing 110mph. A playing ban followed a failed drugs test, although he says his drink was spiked at a party and he threatened to go on strike when West Brom rejected a series of bids from Tottenham. There was also an apology from him to the club in 2014 after he was pictured inhaling “hippy crack” in his Range Rover. Berahino has scored two goals for Stoke in the Championship this season Even in April of this year, former Potters boss Paul Lambert dumped him in the U-23’s for ill-discipline. But it is a whole different Berahino now. He added: “I don’t want to be seen as someone showing the world that I am doing anything special. That is not what this is about. “The whole point is about me knowing deep inside that I am changing someone’s life, maybe saving someone’s life. “It is so troubling to know that people are suffering, that they are dying or are hungry for the want of only a little money. Berahino opening the scoring for Stoke against Huddersfield in the Carabao Cup in August “But seeing all the suffering and problems for myself is one of the things that has given me a wake-up call in my life. It has humbled me massively. “There have been tears — you see poor people in horrible situations. “Sometimes it is a kid who’s mum has passed away, dad has passed away and there is no one to look after them. “All this is what has given me the drive, now, to grab this opportunity I still have with Stoke as much as I can.” [bc_video video_id=”5976266606001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Stoke fans smash windows and destroy Port Vale toilets in shocking new footage as cops hunt yobs “]