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Dress For Success: Sandra’s Story

Dress for Success® is a global organization founded in 1997 in New York City, with a mission to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. Dress for Success® Seattle was established in 1998, and is located downstairs in the YWCA building at 5th and Seneca.
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defining various dress types, how to dress for your body type, buying tips, quality and cost
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Northern California Innocence Project: Obie Anthony’s Story

The story of Obie Anthony’s wrongful conviction and ultimate exoneration.

Defending Innocence Project

I am a survivor of childhood sexual assault. Here is my story.
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Northern California Innocence Project-Maurice Caldwell’s Story: Wrongfully Incarcerated for 20 years

On March 28, 2011, after more than 20 years in prison, Mr. Caldwell was released from San Francisco County Jail after San Francisco Superior Court Judge Charles Haines ordered him freed. Haines set aside Mr. Caldwell’s conviction December 2010, after NCIP lawyers demonstrated evidence of actual innocence and that Mr. Caldwell’s defense attorney at trial was incompetent. San Francisco County prosecutors subsequently decided to dismiss the charges against Mr. Caldwell.

Read more on Maurice’s story here: http://law.scu.edu/ncip/exonerees.cfm

Northern California Innocence Project

Law professor & attorney Barry Scheck recounts the story behind the founding of The Innocence Project, a non-profit legal organization that is committed to exonerating wrongly convicted people through the use of DNA testing, and to reforming the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice.

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Image from page 571 of “The story of American heroism; thrilling narratives of personal adventures during the great Civil war, as told by the medal winners and roll of honor men” (1897)

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Title: The story of American heroism; thrilling narratives of personal adventures during the great Civil war, as told by the medal winners and roll of honor men
Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Wallace, Lew, 1827-1905
Subjects: United States — History Civil War, 1861-1865 Personal narratives
Publisher: Springfield, O., J.W. Jones
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
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oot the d d Yank! they shouted as all three blazed away at me. The distance was not more than twentyfeet; my horse was killed, and fell on my left leg. holding me down. My captorsevidently thought both horse and man were dead, and passed on. It tookbut a few moments to free myself, catch a horse and rejoin the command. April 8, 1865, at Appomattox, as it was growing dark, Custers divisioncharged and captured a lot of guns — about thirty, it was said. This endedthe conflict for the night, and before fighting was resumed next morning,Lee surrendered; but 1 was not there to see it. for in that last charge I hadbeen struck by a fragment of shell, which carried away the firs! and secondfingers of my right hand with the metacarpal bones of the same, passed acrossin v hreast cult ing open jacket and shirt .and went th rough my left arm near theshoulder. Thus, after working until the end. I lost the opportunity of beingin at the death, and of participating in the great parade at Washington.

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(Uftain E. I). Woodbury. AMERICAN HEROISM. 557 CHAPTER LXI. Incidents of the Great Price Raid. 1864 — Sergeant C. M. Young, 3rd Iowa Cavalry — The Pur-stit Across the Prairie — James Duklavy, same Regiment—From Marias desCygnes to Little Osage—a Continuous Running Fight — Capture of Gen-eral Marmaduke— Alonzo C. Smith, 7th Michigan Cavalry —The Last Letter — Saving the Flag by Tear-ing; IT INTO Pill I B CALVARY MORRIS YOUNG was born in Athens County, Ohio, in1840, and enlisted at Bloomtield, Iowa, August 15, 1861, as sergeantin the 3rd Iowa Cavalry. His first term of service having expired,he reenlisted as a veteran, January 1, 1S64, at Little Rock, Ark.During his service he participated in the following battles: Osage, LittleRock, Gruntown, Ebenezer Church, Bayou Metoe, Big Blue, Tupelo, Selma, SixMile Creek. Columbus. Montevallo. Writing from Ludlow. Ky., under date of January29, 1894, Mr. Young says : 1 have the honor to be the possessor of a medalawarded me for s

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Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
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st you a cent to examineit; if you dont like it—send it back! Ycu must besatisfied—then pay only .50 and the rest in tenadditional monthly payments of .00 each—a fen-cents a d.av. No Security—No Red Tape. WETRUST YOU. Write TODAY for full particularsof this Great Watch Offer and for YOXTR beautifulDe Luxe FREE CATALOG 841-P.GREATEST WATCH, DIAMOND and JEWELRY BOOK EVER PUBLISHED—FREE We sell highest quality Diamonds, any Standard Watch, or other articles of Jewelry on our liberal lo-Payment Plan. Write .OW to Dept. 841-P Send for your copy today. SWEET, Inc., Dept. 841.P, 1650-1660 Broadway, NEW YORK CITY Copyrighted, 1920. bymodestly says It is only my duty; never-theless, we shall give him this honorablemention. Garrett, IndianaDrs. J. W. Thomson and W. A. Funkattended the Baltimore and Ohio SurgeonsConvention at Baltimore. Dr. Thomsonread a paper on Sudden Post-operativeDeath before the Convention at theSaturday session. He visited Iriends inWashington, enroute home.

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Right—Engineer Bill Oborn, 44 years service,and Edward Oborn, Jr., 10 years service Shop Clerk J. H. Lantz has resumed hisduties in the Master Mechanic^ officeafter a six weeks leave, which he spent athis cottage at Lake Wawasee, Indiana. Boilermaker and Mrs. John Miller, arethe proud parents of twin sons, who ar-rived to take up their abode with them onSeptember 14. W. Sweet, Inc. Car Foreman and Mrs. D. L. Gibson arespending some time at their cottage, atKale Island, Lake Wawasee, where Mr.Gibson is recuperating from an illness ofseveral months duration. We wish to extend our sympathy to J. J-Kennedy, his brothers and sisters in the lossof their mother. The marriage of George Carroll, son ofChief Dispatcher and Mrs. H. H. Carroll,and Miss Margaret Mountz, daughter ofAttorney and Mrs. H. W. Mountz, occuredat the home of the bride on East HoustonStreet on September 22. Mr. Carroll issuperintendent of the Garrett Schools.Congratulations! Coppersmith and Mrs. H. H. Roan an-nounce the

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Authors: Wallace, Lew, 1827-1905
Subjects: United States — History Civil War, 1861-1865 Personal narratives
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rch, Bayou Metoe, Big Blue, Tupelo, Selma, SixMile Creek. Columbus. Montevallo. Writing from Ludlow. Ky., under date of January29, 1894, Mr. Young says : 1 have the honor to be the possessor of a medalawarded me for services rendered October 25, 1864,when General Sterling Price undertook to form his littleConfederacy in Missouri. The history of the opera-tions against that general in the fall of 1864is of great interest, and the part which the3rd Iowa Cavalry, with its brigade, sustainedin it, I give simply as a rough sketch. Colonel Winslows brigade had but s^vjust returned from its second expeditionunder General Smith, against Forrest.when it was ordered to the pursuit ofPrice; indeed, if I mistake not. it wasrecalled from Oxford. Miss., for this ex-press purpose. The brigade left camp near Memphis attwo oclock on the morning of September 2. 1864. and. crossing the Mississippi River, marched to Brownsville, Ark.,arriving there on the 9th. Here the command rested until the morning of

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Calvary M. Youxg. ;V>S THE STORY OF the 18th, awaiting the arrival and organization of the infantry, under com-mand of Major-General Mower. On the 18th the march was resumed northward, passing through Austin,Searcy, and crossing the White River fifteen miles below Batesville, and theBlack River at Elgin, it entered Missouri at Poplar Bluffs. Price was living generously in the State, and offering every inducementto recruits. In this section, as well as in southern Iowa and eastern Kansas,the inhabitants were greatly alarmed; the militia of both States was beingorganized and disciplined to meet the invasion. From Poplar Bluffs, Winslows brigade marched to Cape Girardeau, andproceeded thence by boat to St. Louis, where it arrived October 10. It rested

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Fixers Tenants’ Rights story on ITV News London, August 2014

Fixers Tenants' Rights story on ITV News London, August 2014

Find out more about Upile’s Fixers campaign: http://www.fixers.org.uk/news/10232-11208/tenants-rights-fix-on-itv.php

Landlords that refuse to rent to tenants on benefits, because they think they will skip payments or wreck their properties are being challenged by 23-year-old Upile Chasowa.

Upile, who’s from Wood Green in North London, wants to tackle the prejudice that he feels can prevent people on low incomes from renting in the private sector.

His story was shown on ITV News London in August 2014.
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Tenants Rights – JaRhonda Wilks’s Story

Today, The Insider Exclusive Investigative News team, “Goes Behind the Headlines” on location in Minnesota with Mark R. Kosieradzki and Joel E. Smith, at Kosieradzki Smith Law Firm, in “Tenants Rights – JaRhonda Wilks’ Story” to examine how they successfully represented JaRhonda Williams and her 6 month old baby boy, when he was severely burned due the intentional misconduct of the owners of a HUD subsidized apartment complex.
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Good Seed: The Dave’s Killer Bread Story (2013)

Watch the inspiring story of Dave Dahl, founder of Dave’s Killer Bread and former ex-con / prodigal son of pioneering organic baker, Jim Dahl. Based in Milwaukie, Oregon, Dave’s Killer Bread…

OETA Story on Oklahoma Corrections Reform aired on April 27, 2012

This story aired on the ONR on OETA-The Oklahoma Network. The reporter is Cathy Tatom; photojournalist is Edwin Wilson. For more information, go to the ONR w…

10/28/2010 – OKC, OK (FOX25 News) — I was interviewed by FOX25 News regarding the suspicious disappearance of Elizabeth “Libby” Ann Diaz – a woman working a…
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Job search success story: Cindy and Katie found jobs through Snagajob

A family was forced to move from California to North Carolina to search for job opportunities. It was a tough job search with little work experience. Cindy, …
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Somerville DUI Lawyer for immediate help call 617-488-9488 your Somerville DUI defense attorney. Have you been caught drunk driving? A serious error of judgm…
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Gang Stalking Targeted Individual Attempted Murders a True Story

Gang Stalking Targeted Individual Attempted Murders a True Story

Gang Stalking Targeted Individual Attempted Murders a True Story http://www.frederickwust.blogspot.com/ gangs stalking – Targeted in America www.targetedinam…
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On Tuesday, February 7, 2012, members of Occupy Rochester, Occupy Wall Street, formerly incarcerated people, and community allies demonstrated outside of Wel…
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