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Jasmyn King: Poverty in Perspective.

I am the youngest of 7 kids; 3 brothers, 3 sisters - and me. My mom and dad divorced when I was young so it became very tough to make ends meet. My mom raised us kids as a single mother. I couldn't imagine how difficult that was for her.

Check and Balance: Is The Executive Branch In Crisis? By J. Arnold Roxby

you are the last check against tyranny. Call your senators and tell them you believe no one is above the law. Tell them that to represent you, a lover of justice, they must protect Mueller's investigation. Tell your friends, tell any citizen that cares about justice, that if they care about holding our government accountable they should do the same.

Misty S. Poverty in Perspective.

Misty and I chatted about the need for more help in the City of Wheeling and about the stigma surrounding poverty. How do you respond to the stereotypes that exist against persons in poverty? People think persons in poverty are all drug addicts but that’s not always true. Oftentimes people can’t get a job because they … Continue reading Misty S. Poverty in Perspective.

NAMI Walk highlights Mental Health Stigma in Wheeling.

People with depression, anxiety, and other mental disorders can receive more effective treatments, experience safer recoveries, and maintain a higher quality of living than ever before - so why does the stigma persist?

Faces of Change: Stacy Nixon – Second Chance Technology.

"I feel that most people believe if you work hard you won’t be poor, but that’s just not the case. When you are born into a certain class, it is very difficult to advance to the next class, especially if you don’t have the proper tools or education."

6 points to build and lead better teams.

Our culture thrives on the concept of independence. Many of us believe that success is sweeter and more deserved when you do something without the help of others. In the U.S., we have sensationalized the "self made millionaire" archetype - the strong, independent individual who never asks for forgiveness let alone permission. The urge to say … Continue reading 6 points to build and lead better teams.

Don’t Vote? Don’t Complain.

Americans have notoriously surrendered their right to vote. A Pew research study found that only 56 percent of the U.S. voting-age population cast ballots in the 2016 presidential election - only slightly better than in 2012. But, that still means 44 percent of eligible voting-age Americans decided to "sit this one out".