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“Between the World & Me,” is something altogether different, both old and new, a combination of film and theater that could only work on TV. Coates may not have known these specific events would happen, but the world continues to live down to his expectations. “Between the World and Me” has tapped into something that falls in between the two genres, a work all its own, a pandemic-influenced theatrical TV performance that is neither movie nor limited series nor show. It is, as HBO terms it, a special, in every sense of the word. Special enough that HBO is working to make sure it reaches as wide an audience as possible, available to stream on HBO’s website.
Persons: “ Hamilton, Diana ”, Spike Lee, , Nehisi Coates, . Coates, Kamilah Forbes, Coates, Ferguson, Forbes, Malcom X, Chadwick Boseman, Howard, Mahershala Ali, Phylicia Rashad, Rashad, who’s, Amy Cooper, Breonna Taylor’s, Trump, what’s, Organizations: Disney, Netflix, HBO, Broadway, . Coates ’ New York Times, Apollo, Apollo Theater, Howard University Locations: . Coates ’, Minneapolis, Baltimore
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Peaceful participants at a rally in a small North Carolina city to turn out the vote ahead of Tuesday’s U.S. presidential election were pepper-sprayed by law enforcement officials on Saturday, according to videos broadcast online and witnesses. Slideshow ( 5 images )Videos showed officers firing pepper spray into the crowd in Graham, a city of about 15,000 located about 40 miles from Raleigh-Durham. The Graham Police Department said officers took action after participants at the rally failed to obey warnings to disperse. The Graham Police Department, in a press release, said officers directed pepper spray into the ground after rally participants failed to follow a command to stop blocking a road. “I saw it hit a child,” she said of the pepper spray.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Greg Drumwright, ” Green, , Amy Cooper, , ” Dreama Caldwell, Roy Cooper Organizations: WASHINGTON, Republican, Democratic, The Graham Police Department, Graham Police Department, Burlington Times, News, Reuters, Twitter, WASHINGTON (Reuters), Twitter Locations: North Carolina, Tuesday’s, Graham, Raleigh, Durham . North Carolina, Alamance County, Graham
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Peaceful participants at a rally in a small North Carolina city to turn out the vote ahead of Tuesday’s U.S. presidential election were pepper-sprayed by law enforcement officials on Saturday, according to videos broadcast online and witnesses. Slideshow ( 5 images )Videos showed officers firing pepper spray into the crowd in Graham, a city of about 15,000 located about 40 miles from Raleigh-Durham. The Graham Police Department said officers took action after participants at the rally failed to obey warnings to disperse. The Graham Police Department, in a press release, said officers directed pepper spray into the ground after rally participants failed to follow a command to stop blocking a road. “I saw it hit a child,” she said of the pepper spray.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Greg Drumwright, ” Green, , Amy Cooper, , ” Dreama Caldwell, Roy Cooper Organizations: WASHINGTON, Republican, Democratic, The Graham Police Department, Graham Police Department, Burlington Times, News, Reuters, Twitter, WASHINGTON (Reuters), Twitter Locations: North Carolina, Tuesday’s, Graham, Raleigh, Durham . North Carolina, Alamance County, Graham
The political rancor of the upcoming U.S. presidential election is putting pressure on companies and their compliance officers to engage proactively with employees on ethical behavior and social-media use. Newsletter Sign-up Risk and Compliance Journal Our Morning Risk Report features insights and news on governance, risk and compliance. While employees may be free to express their political opinions on social media, companies typically prohibit the association of those opinions with the company in any way. Social media and standards of conduct policies are often narrowly written, but they provide a starting point for a deeper discussion about navigating politics and other contentious issues. Such policies are by nature limited, however, and Ms. Harned suggests compliance officers and other business leaders go beyond simply reminding employees of their existence.
Persons: Clifford Rossi, Robert H, Rossi, , George Floyd, , Mary Shirley, Amy Cooper, Christian Cooper, Cooper, Franklin Templeton, Joe Biden, Daniels, Orlando’s, David Barrett, Patricia Harned, Dylan Tokar, Clifford Rossi, David Barrett Organizations: Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, Fresenius Medical, AG, Co, Companies, Trump, Social, The Expensify CEO Locations: Central Park, San Francisco, Central Florida
The political rancor of the upcoming U.S. presidential election is putting pressure on companies and their compliance officers to engage proactively with employees on ethical behavior and social-media use. Newsletter Sign-up Risk and Compliance Journal Our Morning Risk Report features insights and news on governance, risk and compliance. While employees may be free to express their political opinions on social media, companies typically prohibit the association of those opinions with the company in any way. Social media and standards of conduct policies are often narrowly written, but they provide a starting point for a deeper discussion about navigating politics and other contentious issues. Such policies are by nature limited, however, and Ms. Harned suggests compliance officers and other business leaders go beyond simply reminding employees of their existence.
Persons: Clifford Rossi, Robert H, Rossi, , George Floyd, , Mary Shirley, Amy Cooper, Christian Cooper, Cooper, Franklin Templeton, Joe Biden, Daniels, Orlando’s, David Barrett, Patricia Harned, Dylan Tokar, Clifford Rossi, David Barrett Organizations: Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, Fresenius Medical, AG, Co, Companies, Trump, Social, The Expensify CEO Locations: Central Park, San Francisco, Central Florida
The political rancor of the upcoming U.S. presidential election is putting pressure on companies and their compliance officers to engage proactively with employees on ethical behavior and social-media use. Newsletter Sign-up Risk and Compliance Journal Our Morning Risk Report features insights and news on governance, risk and compliance. While employees may be free to express their political opinions on social media, companies typically prohibit the association of those opinions with the company in any way. Social media and standards of conduct policies are often narrowly written, but they provide a starting point for a deeper discussion about navigating politics and other contentious issues. Such policies are by nature limited, however, and Ms. Harned suggests compliance officers and other business leaders go beyond simply reminding employees of their existence.
Persons: Clifford Rossi, Robert H, Rossi, , George Floyd, , Mary Shirley, Amy Cooper, Christian Cooper, Cooper, Franklin Templeton, Joe Biden, Daniels, Orlando’s, David Barrett, Patricia Harned, Dylan Tokar, Clifford Rossi, David Barrett Organizations: Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, Fresenius Medical, AG, Co, Companies, Trump, Social, The Expensify CEO Locations: Central Park, San Francisco, Central Florida
The political rancor of the upcoming U.S. presidential election is putting pressure on companies and their compliance officers to engage proactively with employees on ethical behavior and social-media use. Newsletter Sign-up Risk and Compliance Journal Our Morning Risk Report features insights and news on governance, risk and compliance. While employees may be free to express their political opinions on social media, companies typically prohibit the association of those opinions with the company in any way. Social media and standards of conduct policies are often narrowly written, but they provide a starting point for a deeper discussion about navigating politics and other contentious issues. Such policies are by nature limited, however, and Ms. Harned suggests compliance officers and other business leaders go beyond simply reminding employees of their existence.
Persons: Clifford Rossi, Robert H, Rossi, , George Floyd, , Mary Shirley, Amy Cooper, Christian Cooper, Cooper, Franklin Templeton, Joe Biden, Daniels, Orlando’s, David Barrett, Patricia Harned, Dylan Tokar, Clifford Rossi, David Barrett Organizations: Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, Fresenius Medical, AG, Co, Companies, Trump, Social, The Expensify CEO Locations: Central Park, San Francisco, Central Florida
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