rest country – The Right Road To Peace http://therightroadtopeace.com/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 20:44:06 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://therightroadtopeace.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-2.png rest country – The Right Road To Peace http://therightroadtopeace.com/ 32 32 Westport Photographer Captures Ukrainian History in Poland https://therightroadtopeace.com/westport-photographer-captures-ukrainian-history-in-poland/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 20:44:06 +0000 https://therightroadtopeace.com/westport-photographer-captures-ukrainian-history-in-poland/ When Westport’s Alexander Carrigg first saw the Russian invasion of Ukraine, he did what many of us would never have thought to do. He booked a ticket to Poland. Ukrainians are fleeing to Poland by any means necessary, and Carrigg wanted to capture the raw emotions of the Ukrainian people to document this tumultuous and […]]]>

When Westport’s Alexander Carrigg first saw the Russian invasion of Ukraine, he did what many of us would never have thought to do. He booked a ticket to Poland.

Ukrainians are fleeing to Poland by any means necessary, and Carrigg wanted to capture the raw emotions of the Ukrainian people to document this tumultuous and emotional time. Over a period of 10 days, Carrigg documented the story.

A few years before the Russian invasion, Carrigg had documented 60 demonstrations, a few riots in Massachusetts and the riot at the Capitol. Being able to document history is what gives Carrig’s photography purpose.

Watch history unfold at the Ukrainian border

“I wanted to do something meaningful and I wanted to do something international,” Carrigg said. “It was just fine. I bought a ticket and headed straight for the border.

Carrigg said the travel experience was fairly straightforward, but between aid groups and families seeking safety, it was certainly busy.

Carrigg kept his camera handy as the story unfolded before his eyes, and some of the images he took he will never forget.

“I think it’s the kids in shock that speak to me the most,” he said.

Capturing the story

Carrigg proudly accepted the role of ensuring that this moment was marked in time with her emotional photography.

“Any photographer or journalist tries to find the single image that goes beyond the current news cycle,” he said. “Certainly the images collectively create a story and a record of this historic moment.”

The impact on Poland

Carrigg saw firsthand the spirit of the Polish people and their selfless acts of generosity when it came to providing Ukrainians with shelter and hope.

“All the Poles I met…they were hosting Ukrainian refugees…talked about the war. … It was really moving,” he said.

But the toll of the crisis on the Polish people was clear. In Warsaw, Poland, crying faces were everywhere.

“Over 2 million people are coming to an area in such a short time, it’s overwhelming,” Carrigg said.

Carrigg’s most memorable moment

As the Ukrainian men stayed behind and fought, the area Carrigg documented was overrun with women, children, and infants.

“Sometimes it was just children crossing the border with infants. It’s a very sad sight,” he said.

Although Carrigg acknowledges that there are several incredible organizations doing humanitarian efforts, Americans, as a whole, have no idea what it’s really like out there right now.

Carrigg hopes the following photos will give people a glimpse of what it’s really like for Ukrainian refugees as women and children seek shelter and men stand behind to defend their country.

Westport photographer captures raw emotion at Ukrainian border

WATCH: Milestones in women’s history from the year you were born

Women have left their mark on everything from entertainment and music to space exploration, athletics and technology. Each passing year and each new milestone makes it clear how recent this history is compared to the rest of the country, as well as how far we still have to go. The resulting timeline shows women consistently making history worthy of best-selling biographies and textbooks; someone just needs to write about them.

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Warren, Rhode Island’s Lizzie Murphy made baseball history https://therightroadtopeace.com/warren-rhode-islands-lizzie-murphy-made-baseball-history/ Wed, 16 Mar 2022 22:50:44 +0000 https://therightroadtopeace.com/warren-rhode-islands-lizzie-murphy-made-baseball-history/ Spring baseball training has begun and it’s Women’s History Month. You might wonder what one has to do with the other, but you probably don’t know the story of Warren, Lizzie Murphy of Rhode Island. Murphy, born in 1894, dubbed herself the “Queen of Baseball” and she wasn’t exaggerating, even though she had a penchant […]]]>

Spring baseball training has begun and it’s Women’s History Month. You might wonder what one has to do with the other, but you probably don’t know the story of Warren, Lizzie Murphy of Rhode Island.

Murphy, born in 1894, dubbed herself the “Queen of Baseball” and she wasn’t exaggerating, even though she had a penchant for self-promotion. Murphy played professional baseball for 17 seasons and was a career .300 hitter. She was the first player in baseball history – male or female – to face National League and American League players. She also played in the black leagues.

Still, if you look at her childhood, you wouldn’t think becoming a legendary baseball player would be a home run.

Murphy was a lifelong athlete, leaving school at age 12 to work in Warren’s factories and playing on some of their ball teams. At 17, she turned pro, playing on semi-pro teams like the Providence Independents and later Ed Carr’s Traveling All-Stars in Boston.

She played all over the United States and Canada, drawing large crowds to see her baseball prowess while having to fight to make sure she got paid to draw those big crowds. The crowd could easily spot her on the pitch at all times as she wore her full name on the front and back of her shirt.

Murphy eventually signed with the American League All-Stars and faced the Boston Red Sox in a charity exhibition game at Fenway Park in 1922, becoming the first woman to face a major league team.

Then in 1928, she played for the National League All-Stars against the Boston Braves, becoming the first player of any gender to face players from both leagues.

Murphy also played in a barnstorming game against black league players, getting a hit from legendary pitcher Satchel Paige. She also played for the Cleveland Giants of the Negro leagues in a game played in Rhode Island.

Boston Post via wikipedia

Boston Post via wikipedia

In 1935, at the age of 41, Murphy retired from baseball. Two years later she married and remained a housewife until her husband died and she returned to work in the mills.

Nine years after Murphy’s retirement, the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League was founded, which would later be commemorated in the hit movie A League of Their Own. Yet no one has yet turned the story of Lizzie Murphy, the true “queen of baseball”, into a movie.

WATCH: Milestones in women’s history from the year you were born

Women have left their mark on everything from entertainment and music to space exploration, athletics and technology. Each passing year and each new milestone makes it clear how recent this history is compared to the rest of the country, as well as how far we still have to go. The resulting timeline shows women consistently making history worthy of best-selling biographies and textbooks; someone just needs to write about them.

Scroll to find out when women in the United States and around the world won rights, the names of women who broke the glass ceiling, and which country’s women banded together to end a civil war.

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New Bedford School for Girls welcomes volunteers https://therightroadtopeace.com/new-bedford-school-for-girls-welcomes-volunteers/ Sun, 13 Mar 2022 18:08:45 +0000 https://therightroadtopeace.com/new-bedford-school-for-girls-welcomes-volunteers/ Since opening in 2008, Our Sisters’ School on Brownell Avenue in New Bedford has sought to educate and inspire girls in grades 5-8, providing strong academic programs combined with positive character development. . School principal Sarah Herman said this week that the school receives no money from the city of New Bedford. It is funded […]]]>

Since opening in 2008, Our Sisters’ School on Brownell Avenue in New Bedford has sought to educate and inspire girls in grades 5-8, providing strong academic programs combined with positive character development. .

School principal Sarah Herman said this week that the school receives no money from the city of New Bedford. It is funded primarily by federal grants and private donations.

As you can imagine, volunteers play a big part in the success of Our Sisters’ School. Herman said this week on town square sunday thisthe contribution of volunteers is essential to the success of the school. »

She said volunteers work in all facets of the school, from board members to cleaning crews. Herman said retired teachers come to Our Sisters’ School to serve as academic tutors and families of students commit 15 hours a year to help in any way they can. A

Anyone interested in volunteering at Our Sisters’ School can find out more by visiting the school’s website.

Herman also wanted to thank their community partners for helping to advance the education of their students. Partners such as the Community Boating Center, UMass Dartmouth and Buttonwood Park Zoo all work with Our Sisters’ School to provide students with skills such as sailing and confidence, the value of science, technology and mathematics, and animal science.

Sarah Herman’s interview can be heard here:

town square sunday is a weekly public affairs program heard every Sunday morning at 6 and 11 a.m. on 1420 WBSM and 99.5 FM. The program spotlights individuals and organizations seeking to make the South Coast a better place to live and work.

If you would like your organization to be listed on town square sundayplease email the host at jim.phillips@townsquaremedia.com.

WATCH: Milestones in women’s history from the year you were born

Women have left their mark on everything from entertainment and music to space exploration, athletics and technology. Each passing year and each new milestone makes it clear how recent this history is compared to the rest of the country, as well as how far we still have to go. The resulting timeline shows women consistently making history worthy of best-selling biographies and textbooks; someone just needs to write about them.

Scroll to find out when women in the United States and around the world won rights, the names of women who broke the glass ceiling, and which country’s women banded together to end a civil war.

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Michigan Domestic Violence Resources and Help https://therightroadtopeace.com/michigan-domestic-violence-resources-and-help/ Fri, 04 Mar 2022 17:40:36 +0000 https://therightroadtopeace.com/michigan-domestic-violence-resources-and-help/ Do not wait before it’s too late. This week, the body of a female victim of domestic violence was located. It took two years before his partner of five years finally led police to the location of his body and only after Calhoun County prosecutors offered him a plea deal. Amber Griffin was a mother […]]]>

Do not wait before it’s too late.

This week, the body of a female victim of domestic violence was located. It took two years before his partner of five years finally led police to the location of his body and only after Calhoun County prosecutors offered him a plea deal.

Amber Griffin was a mother of two children. She had family and friends who cared for her. She worked hard and rarely missed a day of work. Amber was first reported missing in late June 2020.

It didn’t take long for the police to deduce that Derek Horton, her boyfriend, was likely responsible for her disappearance. The couple had a long history of domestic violence known to both Battle Creek police and her family. Unfortunately, her children had to live with Amber’s mother due to ongoing violence at the couple’s home.

While Amber’s loved ones knew Derek was abusing her, they couldn’t convince Amber to leave him. Fear, threats, and reasons that may have only been known to Amber kept her in the abusive relationship that ultimately cost her life.

Nothing will bring Amber back. Her children will grow up without their mother. But what we can do to honor his memory and learn from this tragic situation is to take the first step by asking for help for ourselves or for those we know who are victims of domestic violence.

  • Some abusers retain such a hold on their victims that even an Internet search is neither safe nor private. The State of Michigan has guidance on how to safely find the help you need without notifying the abuser. Click here. You can find tools to develop a security plan and tips.
  • You can view resources for each county in the state of Michigan by click here. The page also has a big red button near the top that will quickly make you leave the page if your attacker walks in the middle of the search.

If you live in Battle Creek like Amber, there are several shelters where victims can find refuge with their children. At least one of the shelters has an agreement with the Humane Society of South Central Michigan to house pets to ensure there is one less barrier preventing a victim from leaving.

The national domestic violence hotline is 800-799-SAFE (800-799-7233).

WATCH: Milestones in women’s history from the year you were born

Women have left their mark on everything from entertainment and music to space exploration, athletics and technology. Each passing year and each new milestone makes it clear how recent this history is compared to the rest of the country, as well as how far we still have to go. The resulting timeline shows women consistently making history worthy of best-selling biographies and textbooks; someone just needs to write about them.

Scroll to find out when women in the United States and around the world won rights, the names of women who broke the glass ceiling, and which country’s women banded together to end a civil war.

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The CMCF Women’s Fund is accepting nominations for the ATHENA Prize 2022 https://therightroadtopeace.com/the-cmcf-womens-fund-is-accepting-nominations-for-the-athena-prize-2022/ Tue, 01 Mar 2022 23:29:03 +0000 https://therightroadtopeace.com/the-cmcf-womens-fund-is-accepting-nominations-for-the-athena-prize-2022/ ST. CLOUD — March is National Women’s History Month, and a local organization is currently accepting nominations for an annual award that celebrates women in the St. Cloud area. The Women’s Fund of the Central Minnesota Community Foundation seeks nominations for the 2022 ATHENA Award. Each year, the award is given to a St. Cloud-area […]]]>

ST. CLOUD — March is National Women’s History Month, and a local organization is currently accepting nominations for an annual award that celebrates women in the St. Cloud area.

The Women’s Fund of the Central Minnesota Community Foundation seeks nominations for the 2022 ATHENA Award. Each year, the award is given to a St. Cloud-area woman who has achieved excellence in her career and who actively inspires others .

Candidates must demonstrate creativity and initiative in the workplace, as well as a dedication to improving the lives of others in the community and uplifting other women to their full leadership potential. Previous winners include Debra Leigh, Dorraine Larison, Bernie Perrymanand Tarryl Clark.

Nominations will be accepted until April 29 and the winner will be honored at a luncheon this summer.

WATCH: Milestones in women’s history from the year you were born

Women have left their mark on everything from entertainment and music to space exploration, athletics and technology. Each passing year and each new milestone makes it clear how recent this history is compared to the rest of the country, as well as how far we still have to go. The resulting timeline shows women consistently making history worthy of best-selling biographies and textbooks; someone just needs to write about them.

Scroll to find out when women in the United States and around the world won rights, the names of women who broke the glass ceiling, and which country’s women banded together to end a civil war.

Popular child stars of each year

Below, Stacker sifted through movie databases, movie histories, celebrity biographies, and digital archives to compile this pint-sized list of popular actors from 1919-2021.
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Idaho’s Janice McGeachin endorsed by author Michelle Malkin https://therightroadtopeace.com/idahos-janice-mcgeachin-endorsed-by-author-michelle-malkin/ Thu, 10 Feb 2022 19:07:16 +0000 https://therightroadtopeace.com/idahos-janice-mcgeachin-endorsed-by-author-michelle-malkin/ Lieutenant Governor Janice McGeachin won another endorsement from a nationally known conservative. Having previously been endorsed by former President Donald J. Trump, McGeachin now has the imprimatur of syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin. The two this week discussed critical race theory during a visit. The mainstream media denies that CRT was or is in Idaho schools […]]]>

Lieutenant Governor Janice McGeachin won another endorsement from a nationally known conservative. Having previously been endorsed by former President Donald J. Trump, McGeachin now has the imprimatur of syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin. The two this week discussed critical race theory during a visit. The mainstream media denies that CRT was or is in Idaho schools (and then defends the theory), but McGeachin shared evidence with the writer.

The pair discussed critical race theory

We should also note that a state senator told me that a local school in his district does not officially teach CRT, but teachers can independently introduce it into classrooms. I believe this is called plausible deniability. This leaves no official evidence.

Malkin recently wrote about the threat the radical notion poses even in Republican-dominated states.

Malkin is a nationally recognized curator

I met Malkin at a dinner party several years ago. She was profiling my friend, Scott McConnell, for a book on discrimination in education. He had been denied a master’s degree in teaching because he believed schools needed a return to corporal punishment. He was an A student at the time. He took me out to dinner, where I suggested that Malkin should host a syndicated weekday radio show. At the time, she often replaced Monica Crowley. Malkin told me she wanted to focus on writing instead.

McGeachin’s campaign appears to be focusing its efforts on potential strongholds in Idaho. Twin Falls, Cassia and Minidoka counties are considered its weakest links. The contestant made a recent appearance in Burley. Primary day is just over three months away. Governor Brad Little has yet to announce his intentions.

WATCH: Milestones in women’s history from the year you were born

Women have left their mark on everything from entertainment and music to space exploration, athletics and technology. Each passing year and each new milestone makes it clear how recent this history is compared to the rest of the country, as well as how far we still have to go. The resulting timeline shows women consistently making history worthy of best-selling biographies and textbooks; someone just needs to write about them.

Scroll to find out when women in the United States and around the world won rights, the names of women who broke the glass ceiling, and which country’s women banded together to end a civil war.

How Much in America: From Guns to Ghost Towns

Can you guess the number of public schools in the United States? Do you have any idea how many billionaires might reside there? Read on to find out, and learn a thing or two about the cultural significance and legacy of each of these selections along the way.

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Andrew Cuomo could develop a comeback strategy https://therightroadtopeace.com/andrew-cuomo-could-develop-a-comeback-strategy/ Mon, 07 Feb 2022 17:25:40 +0000 https://therightroadtopeace.com/andrew-cuomo-could-develop-a-comeback-strategy/ Former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is reportedly trying to find a way to reenter public life after stepping down last summer. According to the Wall Street Journal, people close to Cuomo are discussing how he could make his first public appearance since leaving office amid sexual harassment allegations. The story reports that Cuomo and […]]]>

Former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is reportedly trying to find a way to reenter public life after stepping down last summer.

According to the Wall Street Journal, people close to Cuomo are discussing how he could make his first public appearance since leaving office amid sexual harassment allegations.

The story reports that Cuomo and his aides called former allies and political operatives to complain about state Attorney General Letitia James. Cuomo argued that his office’s investigation into the allegations about his behavior was politically motivated.

The Journal article said some people who spoke with Cuomo or his aides believe he may be considering running for attorney general this year.

But Cuomo spokesman Rich Azzopardi denied the former governor was interested in running for the job.

Contact Bob Joseph, WNBF News reporter: bob@wnbf.com. For the latest story development news and updates, follow @BinghamtonNow on Twitter.

WATCH: Milestones in women’s history from the year you were born

Women have left their mark on everything from entertainment and music to space exploration, athletics and technology. Each passing year and each new milestone makes it clear how recent this history is compared to the rest of the country, as well as how far we still have to go. The resulting timeline shows women consistently making history worthy of best-selling biographies and textbooks; someone just needs to write about them.

Scroll to find out when women in the United States and around the world won rights, the names of women who broke the glass ceiling, and which country’s women banded together to end a civil war.

WATCH: 25 fascinating vintage photos from the first Winter Olympics

The very first Winter Olympics were held in Chamonix, France, featuring a variety of sports and athletes. Stacker has put together a collection of photos from those early Games.

WATCH: Here are 25 ways to start saving money today

Whether it’s finding discounts or simple changes to your daily habits, these money-saving tips can come in handy whether you have a specific savings goal, want to save money, money for retirement or just want to earn a few pennies. It’s never too late to be more financially savvy. Read on to learn more about how you can start saving now. [From: 25 ways you could be saving money today]

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Research could begin soon for New Rochester Schools Principal https://therightroadtopeace.com/research-could-begin-soon-for-new-rochester-schools-principal/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 17:32:28 +0000 https://therightroadtopeace.com/research-could-begin-soon-for-new-rochester-schools-principal/ Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) – The Rochester School Board may be ready to hire a research firm to begin the process of selecting a permanent superintendent. The talks were conducted on Friday and could continue on Monday.. A spokeswoman for Rochester Public Schools said the talks would likely be concluded on Monday. If staff […]]]>

Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) – The Rochester School Board may be ready to hire a research firm to begin the process of selecting a permanent superintendent.

The talks were conducted on Friday and could continue on Monday..

A spokeswoman for Rochester Public Schools said the talks would likely be concluded on Monday. If staff choose a company, the recommendation should be presented to the school board for review at its Tuesday meeting.

It may take at least a few months before the board is ready to hire a permanent superintendent.

Former Superintendent Michael Munoz resigned last June after holding the post for 10 years.

The board hired Kent Pekel as interim superintendent and said at the time he could hold the position for up to a year while he sought a permanent successor to Munoz.

Is Pekel interested in becoming a permanent superintendent? Asked by KROC AM News, he responded with this statement:

“I will refrain from commenting on the research process at this time. I don’t want my personal professional plans to become a distraction as we make tough decisions about keeping schools safe and open during the current COVID outbreak and so on. that we begin taking action at Tuesday’s school board meeting to address the major budget deficit facing the school district in 2022-23. ”

Rochester commission to review plans for new daycare business

WATCH: Milestones in women’s history since you were born

Women have left their mark on everything from entertainment and music to space exploration, athletics and technology. Each passing year and each new milestone clearly shows how recent this history is compared to the rest of the country, as well as how far we still have to go. The resulting timeline shows that women are constantly making successful biographies and textbooks from history; someone just needs to write about them.

Scroll on to find out when women in the United States and around the world won rights, the names of the women who broke the glass ceiling, and the women from which country came together to end a civil war.

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Celebrate 230 years of the inalienable rights of all peoples https://therightroadtopeace.com/celebrate-230-years-of-the-inalienable-rights-of-all-peoples/ Wed, 15 Dec 2021 18:26:57 +0000 https://therightroadtopeace.com/celebrate-230-years-of-the-inalienable-rights-of-all-peoples/ Bring the cake, take candles … lots and lots of candles. It’s time to celebrate the 230th anniversary of the Bill of Rights! December 15, 1791 marks the ratification of our Bill of rights, the first 10 amendments to our Constitution. It’s a big problem. It is our Constitution and the recognition of our God-given […]]]>


Bring the cake, take candles … lots and lots of candles. It’s time to celebrate the 230th anniversary of the Bill of Rights! December 15, 1791 marks the ratification of our Bill of rights, the first 10 amendments to our Constitution. It’s a big problem. It is our Constitution and the recognition of our God-given rights that set us apart from all other nations.

The roots of freedom

the Patriot post provides some of the story behind the historical event.

“The Bill of Rights was inspired by three remarkable documents: John Locke’s thesis of 1689,” Two Treaties of Government “, concerning the protection of property” (in the Latin context, proprius, or his own “life, freedom and domain ”); in part from the Virginia Bill of Rights drafted by George Mason in 1776 as part of that state’s Constitution; and, of course, part of our Declaration of Independence written by Thomas Jefferson. “

Not without a fight

Interestingly, the Founding Fathers had a legitimate feud over the Bill of Rights and whether or not they should be added as amendments. Why? Because some of the founders believed that since these rights are “innate and inalienable human rights”, listing them as amendments to the Constitution, would give them the impression that they were granted by the government and not ordered by God.

The Patriot Post defines the ultimate intent as 1.) clarifying the rights of all men and 2.) sending a clear “no intervention” warning to government.

“The Bill of Rights as a whole is both an affirmation ofinalienable rightsHuman rights, and a clear ban on any violation of these rights by the central government. As often trampled and abused as the Bill of Rights is by those who have taken the oath “to support and defend“Our Constitution, in particular”judicial supremacists“or the” despotic branch “as Jefferson called the judiciary, the Patriots must always remain vigilant in order to defend our rights.”

The Bill of Rights that sets us apart

The Bill of Rights

Amendment 1
– Freedom of religion, expression and the press

Congress won’t make any law respecting a establishment of religion Where to forbid the free exercise this one, Where shorten the freedom of word or the hurry, or the people’s right peacefully at to assemble and to petition the government for a to sort out of grievances.


Amendment 2
– The right to bear arms

A well regulated Militia being necessary for the Security a free State, the people’s right to preserve and bear Arms will not be violated.


Amendment 3
– Accommodation for soldiers

No soldier will be, in peacetime, quartered in any house without consent of the owner, nor in wartime corn in one way to be prescribed by the law.


Amendment 4
– Protection against unreasonable searches and seizures

The people’s right to be secured in their people, houses, papers and effects vs unreasonable research and convulsions will not be violated, and no mandates must publish corn on probable cause, supported by oath Where affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched and the people or objects to be seized.


Amendment 5
– Protection of the rights to life, liberty and property

No one should be required to answer a Capital city or otherwise infamous crime unless on a presentation or charge of a grand jury, except in case arising in the land or naval forces, or in the militia, when he is in effective service in time of war or Public danger; nor will anyone be matter for the same offense be put twice in danger of life where member; nor will it be constrained in any criminal case be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty or property without due to the law; private property should also not be used for public use without fair compensation.


Amendment 6
– Rights of the accused in criminal cases

In all legal pursuits, the accused enjoys the right to prompt treatment and Public trial by a impartial jury of the state and piece or the crime will have been committed, which district will have been previously noted by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause from charge; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have mandatory process for having obtained witnesses in his favor; and to have the help of advice in his defense.


Amendment 7
– Rights in civil cases

In combinations at common law, where the value in controversy must to go past twenty dollars, the right of judgment by jury must be preserved, and no do judged by a jury is other reexamined in any court of the United States than under the rules of the common law.


Amendment 8
– Bail, fines and excessive penalties prohibited

Excessive bail will not be required, nor excessive fines imposednor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.


Amendment 9
– Other rights retained by the people

the enumeration in the Constitution certain rights are not interpreter at Deny Where denigrate others retained by people.


Amendment 10
– Non-delegated powers held by states and people

Powers no delegate in the United States by the Constitution, nor forbidden through this in the States, are Reserve to the states respectively, or to the people.

WATCH: Milestones in women’s history since you were born

Women have left their mark on everything from entertainment and music to space exploration, athletics and technology. Each passing year and each new milestone clearly shows how recent this history is compared to the rest of the country, as well as how far we still have to go. The resulting timeline shows that women are constantly making history into bestselling biographies and textbooks; someone just needs to write about them.

Scroll on to find out when women in the United States and around the world won rights, the names of the women who broke the glass ceiling, and the women from which country came together to end a civil war.


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Firekeepers CEO named one of Michigan’s Most Powerful Women https://therightroadtopeace.com/firekeepers-ceo-named-one-of-michigans-most-powerful-women/ Thu, 04 Nov 2021 18:12:39 +0000 https://therightroadtopeace.com/firekeepers-ceo-named-one-of-michigans-most-powerful-women/ The CEO of Firekeepers Casino Hotel has been named one of Michigan’s 100 Most Powerful Women for 2021. FireKeepers Casino Hotel’s has announced that its CEO, Kathy George, has been selected as one of Michigan’s Most Powerful Women for 2021. Kathy was named on Crain’s Detroit Business’s 100 most influential women of 2021. The announcement […]]]>


The CEO of Firekeepers Casino Hotel has been named one of Michigan’s 100 Most Powerful Women for 2021.

FireKeepers Casino Hotel’s has announced that its CEO, Kathy George, has been selected as one of Michigan’s Most Powerful Women for 2021. Kathy was named on Crain’s Detroit Business’s 100 most influential women of 2021.

The announcement was made earlier this week and soon followed by a public post of congratulations from the Firekeepers Casino Hotel. Every five years, Crain’s Detroit Business has honored 100 women in business, public policy, nonprofit organizations and higher education, whose work has had a significant impact on the state and the region.

Kathy has been instrumental in building FireKeepers’ outstanding reputation, and we are confident that her successes ensure that FireKeepers remains the casino, hotel, and employer of choice not only in our region, but across the country. “, said Jamie Stuck, President of the Nottawaseppi Huron of the Potawatomi Tribal Council (NHBP). “His dedication to FireKeepers and the NHBP makes the future bright for the next seven generations.

Nominations come from a variety of sources, including readers, journalists and editors; an assessment of reporting involving businesses and initiatives led by women; and suggestions from past laureates themselves. Candidates are selected by top newsroom leaders based on the importance of their contributions and specific examples / stories of real influence and impact.

Firefighters say Kathy’s commitment to service doesn’t stop at the casino and hotel, she is also very active in the community. She has served on numerous boards of directors and plays an important role in fundraising for SAFE Place, a domestic violence shelter in the region. This in addition to being the Tournament Director for the FireKeepers Casino Hotel Championship, a stop on the Symetra Tour – Road to The LPGA.

It is an honor to be named an influential woman, united with many women whom I respect and admire ”, Kathy George said. “This appointment reflects the dedication of the FireKeepers team to doing a little more, to being a little better, every day.

George holds a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Administration from Cornell University School of Hotel Administration, where she was also the Dean’s Distinguished Lecturer in 2008. She was awarded the 40 Under 40 award from Business First in 2008.

WATCH: Milestones in women’s history since you were born

Women have left their mark on everything from entertainment and music to space exploration, athletics and technology. Each passing year and each new milestone clearly shows how recent this history is compared to the rest of the country, as well as how far we still have to go. The resulting timeline shows that women consistently make the story worthy of top-selling biographies and textbooks; someone just needs to write about them.

Scroll on to find out when women in the United States and around the world won rights, the names of the women who broke the glass ceiling, and the women from which country came together to end a civil war.


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