A moral panic is a widespread fear, most often an irrational one, that someone or something is a threat to the values, safety, and interests of a community or society at large. Typically, a moral panic is perpetuated by news media, fueled by politicians, and often results in the passage of new laws or policies that target the source of the panic. In this way, moral panic can foster increased social control.
This morning, I went to a workshop at the local Unitarian Universalist Congregation on how to be a better white ally in the fight against racism. The workshop was held by the renown facilitator Dr. David W. Campt, who just publish the White Ally Toolkit Workbook.
55% of white people feel that racism against white is as big of a problem as against POC. Only 19% say they have faced racism themselves.
You can use your own place or your rent space.
You can use a professional or you use someone who know how to assemble things in Wix
You can use a free hosting or a professional hosting.
The choice is yours.
Does your customer care? Do you care?
An example of business who switch from a WordPress site to a Wix site.
Social-sharing is not attributed to the company’s website (domain) but to the owner of the site.
It attributes the post to http://saraelizabethgordo.wix.com/ who is the owner of the site. Seems the domain name is only masked.
Below are my photos of the Cesar Chavez Memorial Sculpture I passed by every morning and evening while staying in Austin Texas for the 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference. I admit my knowledge about 20th Century History in USA is very fragmented. I came across the name Cesar Chavez just recently after watching the movie Food Chains which linked the current struggle of Immokalee’s Farm Workers to the California Labor Movement of farmworkers of the 60ties, lead by Cesar Chavez.
Shortly after returning from Austin, I watch on Amazon Prime the movie Cesar Chavez.
Trailers of both movies are embedded below the photo gallery.
Thanks to Techsoup Global and NTEN, I was able to attend the conference and meeting in Austin, TX this month. I stayed with my fellow Netsquared Regional Ambassadors at an AirBnB house in walking distance of the Austin Convention Center. I very much appreciated the daily walks and my fitbit had me constantly way above my daily goal of 10,000 steps. Here are a few photos of my impressions. I still have to go through my phone’s camera roll and pull out some more.
They are all on my Flickr stream and I am using the site Flickrit to get the embed code for the below slide show.