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Transcript: Who We Are: Sarah Rajwar 1B A Discussion of Diversity in Identity In October of last year, a draft memo from the Trump administration was leaked in the New York Times that suggested changing the legal definition of sex to exclude gender identity. Backlash #Won'tBeErased Backlash Before long there were multiple rallies in opposition to the memo, and social media was flooded with the trans community making their voices heard with the hashtag #Won'tBeErased. Knowledge Issue: Is identity something that should be or can be proven to others? Should it have to be to be accepted? Diving In What Does This Mean For Knowledge? Human Sciences & Indigenous Knowledge Systems Intuition & Emotion How can the innately personal knowledge of identity through emotion and introspection conflict with shared ideas of what defines you? KC1 Knowledge Claim A: Communities form around people with similar identities due to a sense of comradery in shared experiences. In this case, the barbershop is culturally significant for many in the African American community, and for some the sense of comradery felt towards other African Americans can transcend even stark political disagreement. Identity is often defined by experiences shared by others. Psychologically speaking, identity usually refers to which social groups one belongs to, implying their identity is inherently shared. CC1 Counter Claim A: Identity is still multifaceted and thus subjective, and it is difficult to ever truly convert into shared knowledge. In this instance, despite most of the situation dealing with social pressure against "Chad" due to him being a cultural outsider, it should also be noted that the narrator himself didn't speak up after the white guy because of his "gay voice". Despite being part of the main community here, he still feels the need to hide other parts of his identity that might alienate him. In a larger sense, identities are so complex that even within a community someone can be deemed too similar to an out-group or too different from the in-group, and is discriminated against. KC2 Knowledge Claim B: Within a marginalized community there will be those who try to claim a shared identity for the wrong reasons, which threatens other, “truer” members of that group in their fight to be accepted by society at large. There is fear of the idea of "transtrenders" in the trans community, and certain experiences are often considered requirements in judging if a potential member of the community is "trans enough". It is true that, especially in marginalized communities who are constantly invalidated and discriminated against by society, people choosing to join the community without truly understanding what that identity means can be harmful to the larger knowledge people have about that community. CC2 Counter Claim B: This “gate keeping” not only benefits the oppressive majority that the group is fighting against, but is hypocritical in that it often attacks “false” members for the same things that community has been attacked for by their oppressors. In this case, Bex-Taylor Klaus intended this post originally to be about body positivity and overcoming dysphoria. However, their views on dysphoria became the center of the argument and it was very invalidating and painful for them. Overall, many attest to experiencing gender euphoria rather than dysphoria, or have other reasons for not medically transitioning. Ignoring the diverse experiences of the trans community not only harms knowledge within the community but encourages misconceptions outside of it. I have had some confusion in my own life regarding identity. Sexuality and confusion growing up in a family with mixed cultures. It's not always easy to know what I am allowed to speak on, where exactly I fall, so I have spent a great deal of energy trying to learn different experiences and perspectives in an effort to understand my own. Led me to develop an emotional attachment to these issues, and affected my political leanings, thus further influencing my opinion. Overall, my experiences have contributed to biases, but they also mean these issues are personally significant for my life. Personal Connection Identity is personal knowledge at its heart, yet communities are based so much on shared identity that it is difficult to form a clear picture of who is "in" and who is not. In the end, identity is too subjective and complicated to ever truly standardize, like a great deal of personal knowledge, but it can be best translated with the understanding that one person's experiences might not match another's. Acknowledging these limitations and choosing empathy can improve our social knowledge as a whole. In Conclusion...

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Transcript: Hold the contractor responsible for delivering a conforming product or service. Allow the contractor to determine what skills the employees need to provide quality and productivity. Focus on the skills necessary for the tasks assigned. NIICAP Validates Program Auditing Practices Anita Adams Corrosion Control Tech Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia ISO 9001-2008 AS-3 Employer Coating Application Training Audit Program Development GOAL! Provides framework & methods for assessing the contractor’s planning skilled personnel availability equipment availability Containment Control to manage hazardous waste removal within specification requirements and higher tier regulations. Determines Needs Based on Processes Jobsite Audit Marketing Tool Kit, so your company can enjoy the best use of the accreditation. Knowledge ISO 19011 Tyj Takeuchi Chief General Manager Repair Division Sumitomo Heavy Industries Marine & Engineering Co., Ltd. Corrective Actions Contractors Wants & Needs: Awarding of Accreditation NIICAP Provides: Close a communication Gap NIICAP Oversight Board Members - 75 % Owners Open Communication between staff & auditors Identified findings: 1- Contractor Proposes Corrective Actions 2- Lead Auditor Approves Changes 3- Contractor Applies Corrective Actions 4- Auditor Validates Changes Application & Pre-Audit Review Auditing Management Continuous Improvement Develop Curriculum What To Expect During an Audit Auditor requirements: CIP Level 3 Certified Project Engineering QA / QC Experience Organization Qualification Chief Auditor Recommends Accreditation ISO 17021 1- Application reviewed for completion. 2- Information transferred to Lead Auditor. 3- Lead auditor verifies information prior to arriving at the field/shop. Purpose: Verify paperwork meets requirements. Corrective Actions Verified Sumitomo Heavy Industries Enterprise Products TX DOT City of Austin - water towers Connor McManus Coatings Technologist Materials Engineering TransCanada Pipelines NACE International Institute Contractor Accreditation Program Procedures Bill Candelori Regional Vice President IUPAT/Finishing Trades Institute Transcanada Marathon Petroleum Exxon Mobil DOW Chemical Develop Testing Protocols Owners Wants & Needs: T.J. Mead Chairman Ex-Officio Liaison, Non-Voting NIICAP Auditing Standards Rating System 1 to 5 with clear definitions to improve consistency Includes Headquarters & Shop/Field Visit Purpose: Verify all submitted documents are being followed, and requirements are applicable Knowledgeable & Professional Auditors AS -1 Field Accreditation & AS-1 Shop Accreditation Ricardo Cabrera Advanced Engineering Associate / Non-metallics Specialist ExxonMobill Research & Eng Develop Training Structure "Keep it Simple" COMMUNICATION Capabilities Johnnie Miller, P.E. Coatings and Traffic Materials Branch Manager Construction Division Materials & Pavements TX DOT Personnel More flexibility in training and cost control. Greater focus on the skills necessary for the tasks assigned, mainly in specialty fields. Recognition of formalized, professionally conducted internal employer training programs. Ability to retain skilled employees after investing in training. Program that rewards exceptional performance and management. Larry Curry Protective Coatings Specialist Refining-Reliability & Engineering Marathon Petroleum NIICAP Board Verifies Process AS-2 Hazardous Waste Removal Constant & Open Communication with Lead Auditor Chief Auditor corroborates all information gathered by Lead Auditor One application and submission of documents can be used for any combination of accreditations Reward Consistency Michael Baase Transportation Engineer Technologist III Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Joe Davis Chairman VP Technical Services Tnemec Company, Inc. Companies Specifying or Seeing Accreditation as preferable: AS1 Core Audit Standard Five Star Recognition

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Transcript: In Washington government spending on higher education relative to personal income has consistently been above the U.S. average. In the 1999-2000 period, Washington ranked 15th among the states in state and local government K-12 education spending per capita. In fiscal year 2010 Washington was ranked 32nd. Delaware taxes and revenue Delaware has no requirements for standardized individual health insurance policies or the plans that people buy if their employer or government does not cover them. Delaware health insurance policies are required by Delaware to include at least one benefit as mandated, like childhood immunization and mammograms. Individual and Delaware family insurance companies are allowed to sell policies that are not necessarily included in the mandated benefits like supplies and equipment for diabetes and chemical dependency treatment. The provision of assistance to daily living is usually not included. The Medicare for people aged 65 and older have minimal long term care services even if is anticipated that these people need more long term care more often any other age group. Louisiana Education & Expenditures Social Welfare in Washington Louisiana Special Medicaid Program Louisiana Temporary Assistance for Needy Families(TANF) provides temporary cash and medical help for families in need. Some families participate in the Work First program which helps participants find and keep a job. To qualify: Relative's & legal guardians that are caring or acting in the place of a parent Residents of Washington State Low income Average Household Income & Ranked National Delaware $50,152 (12th in the nation) Michigan $44,627 (21st in the nation) Washington $58,078 (10th in the nation) Louisiana $39,443 (47th in the nation) Washington Spending on Welfare/Health Care Projected Budget for FY2013 In December 2001, Social Security benefits were paid to 1,658,480 Michigan residents. This number included: 1,026,770 retired workers 188,510 widows widowers 106,640 spouses 144,460 children Social Security beneficiaries represented 16.6% of the total state population and 96.1% of the states population age 65 and older. Federal Supplemental Security Income payments in December 2001 went to 210,492 Michigan residents, averaging $399 a month. In 2001, the average weekly unemployment benefit was $261.03. Average monthly participation in the food stamp program in FY 2002 comprised 750,037 persons. Similarities/Differences Milk Distribution The Nutritional Assistance Special Milk program is administered by the Department of Education, and finances the distribution of milk to schoolchildren, child care centers, and eligible children's camps. The program reimburses institutions for providing milk to children from under-served communities. Funded by United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Washington Health Care Most significantly, it replaces Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), an open-ended entitlement program, with Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), a limited system of assistance funded largely through federal block grants. Jobs for Delaware Graduates EAST-DELAWARE NORTH-MICHIGAN SOUTH-LOUISIANA WEST-WASHINGTON "The Evergreen State" minimum wage: 9.04 The most extensive and the 18th most populous state of the U.S., 60% of its population resides in Seattle's metropolitan area 10th in the nation for per capita personal income Senators: Patty Murray(D) and Maria Cantwell(D) Voted for democratic Presidential nominees since 1988 Population: 6,830,038 Capitol: Seattle Similarities/Differences Education Profile Reports School information pertaining to: Attendance Discipline and safety Testing Staff population demographics District revenues Curricular offerings Parent and community involvement in the school Teacher-student ratios, administrator-student ratios Louisiana Health Care Washington State has been chose as the first state in the nation to collaborate with Frontiers of Innovation to improve the outcomes for vulnerable children and families. The science of early childhood development shows that investing in early learning, social and health programs yields healthy and capable children, strengthens families, and supports economic stability. Michigan Health Care Policies PUBLIC SCHOOL FUNDING IN Louisiana The state and local funding for schools in Louisiana is the Minimum foundation Program (MFP). The Louisiana Constitution require the state Board of elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) annually develop and adopt which determines the minimum cost of the foundation program of education, only the legislature passes by concurrent Resolution without making changes to the formula. The MEP formula includes factors that provide more funding for special classes of students. The State law requires 70% of the MEP revenues to be spent for instructional purposes only. Louisiana Spending in Welfare/Health Delaware Education Policies The First State Home of “tax-free shopping” Senators: Thomas R.

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Transcript: United Nations organization is an international conglomerate depicted to fabricate the execution of international jurisprudence, economic development, human integrity, and communal advancement effortless for countries throughout the world. The supreme role of UN is to preserve peace and harmony for all of its member states. It intends to shield human rights and provide compassionate intervention when demanded. The principles of the UN are to save future generations from war, reaffirm human rights. It also aims to promote justice, freedom and social progress for the people of all of its member states. Model United Nations is an academic simulation of the United Nations that aims to educate participants about civics, effective communication, globalization & multilateral diplomacy. MUN Conferences are very popular around the globe. Many renowned universities conduct these like Harvard. Even in Pakistan, many schools & universities actively organize such events on an annual basis like LUMS, BMI & NUST. The UN Why CYMUN? Capital University of Science and Technology, Islamabad is honored to organize it's first Model United Nations under the title of ‘Capital Universtiy Youth Model United Nations (CYMUN)’. More than 50 institutes will be invited across Rawalpindi & Islamabad to take part in this event. The concept behind CYMUN '16 urges the need of countries to stand with unity in order to resolve the global issues with diplomacy & negotiations to put an end to all disputes & controversies. CYMUN '16 MUN conferences Confidence Building. Public Speaking Skills. Literary Skills. Research Skills. Awareness about International Politics. Professionalism. Cooperation & Negotiation. Variety on Your CV is a Plus Point. MUN is Nationally & Internationally Recognized. You get to improve your fashion sense. Extend Your Social Circle. Overview The UN MUN conferences CYMUN '16 Committees Rules and procedures Tactics*

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Transcript: Early Choson and Creation of the Yangban society Foundation Foundation - Yi Song-gye - King Taejo - July 1392 - “Dynastic Foundation Merit Subjects” - Joseon Dynasty " " Government organization Goverment organization - The King - The State Council (Uijongbu) - Six Ministries (Yukcho) - Eight Provinces The State Council The State Council - The highest - Giving opinions about important matters to the King - 3 high-state councilors, 4 junior councilors Six Ministries Six Ministries 1. Personnel 2. Taxation 3. Rites 4. Defence 5. Justice 6. Commerce 8 Provinces Eight Provinces - Kyonggi, Ch’ungch’ong, Kyongsang, Cholla, Hwanghae, Kangwon, Hamgil (today called Hamgyong), and P’yongan - Centrally appointed governor and six government departments - Provinces were divided into counties Neo-Confucianism/ Buddhism Neo-Confucianism/ Buddhism - Favoritism of Neo-Confucianism - Oppression of Buddhism Favoritism of Neo-Confucianism Neo-Confucianism - The state ideology - "Dogmatic, intolerant of divergent views, and insistent on the need to remodel society based on its principles" - Core principles Seowon Neo-Confucian academy Oppression of Buddhism Buddhism - Buddhism was regarded as "an undesirable alien faith" - Anti-Buddhist policy Social strata Social strata Yangban Chungin Yangmin Cheonmin Yangban ( ) Yangban - The highest social class - Civil officials (Munban) & Military officials (Muban) - Bureaucratic positions granted to yangbans who passed the civil service exams. Yangban Military exam pass certificate Chungin ( ) Chungin - Middle people - Upper middle class - Highly educated specialists: engineers, scientists, astronomers,... Yangmin ( ) Yangmin - Commoners - Mostly poor farmers - Some engaged in crafts or commerce Cheonmin ( ) Cheonmin - Vulgar commoners - The lowest caste of commoners - Hereditary - Based on "unclean" professions: butchers, shoemakers, metalworkers, magicians, jailkeepers, performers (kisaeng)... Nobi Nobi King Sejong King Sejong - Sejong the Great - 4th ruler of Choson Dynasty - 1418 - 1450 - Greatest monarch - Hangul - Korean alphabet Science & Technology Science & Technology - Under the reign of King Sejong was Korea's greatest period of scientific advancement Celestial globe Water clock Gangnido map Rain gauges Bonus Bonus

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Transcript: Research Paper Documented. Why I chose this topic "Recognizing the interlocking relationships between immigration policy and education policy is an important step in achieving equity in education, especially among Latinos." Diaz-Strong, D., Gómez, C., Luna-Duarte, M. E., & Meiners, E. R. (2011). Purged: Undocumented Students, Financial Aid Policies, and Access to Higher Education. Journal Of Hispanic Higher Education, 10(2), 107-119. doi:10.1177/1538192711401917 Purge. (n.d.). In Merriam-Webster Online. Retrieved from References Article Critique Robert Barsky Time consuming Require new laws State vs Federal impact Constitutionally fair Alyssa Opheim Immigration Law: The DREAM Act My Mentor Are the policies feasible? Add Barsky, Put in Documented trailer,talk about the websites given and SCOTUS Successes Practical Experience Challenges Overview Why this topic? Research paper Mentor Practical experience Challenges Successes Impacts English IV H What is the DREAM Act? Why people immigrate to the US Visas Myths and Truths Finding a mentor Working with APA Getting legitimate information Practical experience hours Time management Thesis statement: The Dream Act is designed to help immigrants who have come to America at a young age and seek a better life, as opposed to deporting them back to the lives their parents once escaped. Impact My research paper Meeting amazing people Learning a lot of information about the world Questions? Any Questions?

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