TGR: Fighting for a Better Life Amongst the Dead: Some Maryland Forsensic Autopsy Technicians Cannot Afford Health Care
For peanuts, these techs are subject to cutting themselves and a world of other medical disasters. They perform a highly-specialized skill and, truthfully, should be compensated better than anywhere else. It is both morally correct – not to mention good business sense to pay these people more than chump change.
Most of these techs, by the way, are black.
“This is about race, on one level,” said Gordon. “It is also about the intersection where public safety meets labor.” Read in Full >>
Black Wall Street HARLEM to feature Clarence “KD” McNair, Jr.:: Aug. 21, 2014 :: Harlem Shake, 100 W. 24th Street, NY, NY
McNair is consistently in demand not only for his knowledge and experience but for his innate ability to be a brilliant strategist. He has a natural ability to problem solve, making him a sought after entity. Not only has McNair dedicated his time and attention to film and entertainment, his skills in life and career coaching has helped inspire and redirect the paths of many. McNair is known to "see into the future" as it pertains to the trending film and entertainment endeavors making him a necessary catalyst in any interest. Read in Full >>