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Transcript: Fats 7% Sugar 1% Calories 216 Body uses Pathway Brown Rice Nutrients Nutritional values fats/sugars Gets chewed up and goes through the esophagus and into the stomach. As brown rice goes through the digestion process it does not break down much because they are already so small. It removes the toxins in the digestive system. The enzyme Amylase acts on starch in food, breaking it down into smaller carbohydrate molecules. The enzyme is broken up into two parts one in the mouth which is called the salivary amylase which is the start of the digestive process, starts to break down starch when chewing the food. Then is changed into maltose, which is a smaller carbohydrate. When starchy foods like rice start to break down in your mouth a person may taste a slight sweetness when maltose is released. Another type is Pancreatic amylase which are cells from the pancreas which pass to the small intestine, which completes the digestion of carbohydrate. Vitamin k 1% Vitamin B6 14% Thiamin 12% Ribonflavin3% Niacin 15% Folate 2% Pantothenic Acid 6% Minerals Vitamins Good and bad aspects By Tyler White and Allison Doza Calcium 2% Magnesium 21% Iron 5% Phosphorus 16% Selenium 27% Copper 10% Manganese 88% Zinc 8% Protein 10% Potassium 2% Calcium helps with bone growth Iron helps with blood Protein works with digestion Good; Is better for those who are trying to lose weight and for those who have diabetes, the low glycemic rating which helps reduce insulin spikes. Bad: High levels of arsenic, Sources


Transcript: Kijuana Nige An Afrocentric Analysis of Victim Blaming from Ferguson to Football *Analyze the detrimental phenomena of "victim blaming" through an Afrocentric Methodological lens AFROCENTRICITY "You don't blame the puppet, You blame the puppeteer." Malcolm X. Victim Blaming-a social and psychological phenomenon wherein the fault in a crime (rape, robbery, assault) is attributed to the victim. The victim is regarded as partly or completely responsible (to blame) for the accident or trauma. These are but forms of rationalization and coping mechanisms in an attempt to distance one's self from the victim and the problem. -Dictionary of Psychology. They need to pull their pants up From a just weight 2:55 1-What do vocal supporters of former MO police officer Darren Wilson and those who supported NFL player Ray Rice have in common regarding victim blaming? ABUSED? OBJ set for surgery this week, season over Odell Beckham Jr. will have surgery for his broken left ankle later this week, and Giants coach Ben McAdoo said the wide receiver's season is finished. No Surprise-Know who to BLAME Purpose of my study Abused? (Raped) A September 5th 2014 study conducted by the US Department of Justice on the subject of Domestic violence/abuse yielded an abundance of startling findings. According to the study; 4 women die each day as a result of abuse, 2,100,000 American women are assaulted by men each year, the number of women who are stalked by an intimate partner annually is 503,485. In addition to the spiritual, physical, emotional and psychological impact, Family violence carries an economic cost to the Nation totaling roughly 7.5 billion dollars annually. A LACK OF CENTERED LOCATION= A FLAWED FOUNDATION Quick Review and Conclusion Brown Rice The Answers *Present a candid action plan to recognize and resist "victim blaming" and Africana Studies The Problem is Hip-Hop Victim/Victimizing If you don't understand... Christopher Foerster THE FACTS ASANTE SANA You can't expect anyone else to respect us... What was she wearing? Research Questions How is it rape, when she was so promiscuous The Department of Africology DEFINING TERMS Why would they participate in their own degradation? *Manifest evidence/results of my comparative analysis. Have you heard this before? Why are they destroying their own community 1-Victim Blamers share; victimization, Dislocation, Detrimental interactions with racism. THE FACTS Search Warrant Details What Investigators Seized From Botham Jean’s Apartment Have you heard this before? The action/process of exploited oppressed, marginalized and/or otherwise abused peoples of African descent victimizing fellow victims of White Supremacy. On August 9 2014 ( ) year old Michael Brown was killed after an alleged encounter with Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson. Brown's lifeless body was left uncovered without any medical attention for hours as police officers, family members and members of the community struggled to come to grips with what many would later describe as an unnecessary killing of the unarmed teenager. Multiple manifestations of Civil Unrest followed. Despite the numerous controversial and disturbing facts of this Police shooting, the media and others often opted to interrogate Michael Brown himself, rather than a societal sickness of racial bias and excessive force. INTELLECTUAL INVERSION To just wait Nothing prevents the potential for finding solutions more than misdiagnoses and delusion. DEFINING TERMS Ray Rice was arrested and subsequently indicted for third-degree aggravated assault on March 27, 2014,[1] relating to an incident where he punched his then-fiancée (now wife) in the face.[2] The blow knocked her unconscious.[3] The incident became a prominent controversy after TMZ released a video of the encounter, which led to an NFL policy change regarding how it handles domestic violence cases.-Wikipedia 2-Afrocentricity; Dispels the mythical, manufactured and meaningless manifestations of the destructive Universality of the Eurocentric worldview. Through proper historical, CULTURAL and ideological location, African people can dramatically reduce or eradicate distracting, spiritually deteriorating phenomena such as Victim Blaming/Victimizing BROWN/ RICE 2- How can Afrocentricity be utilized and implemented in the process of achieving perceptual equity among various distracting and destructive agents of division and oppression. Title IX is a portion of the United States Education Amendments of 1972, Public Law No. 92‑318, 86 Stat. 235 (June 23, 1972), codified at 20 U.S.C. §§ 1681–1688, co-authored and introduced by Senator Birch Bayh; it was renamed the Patsy Mink Equal Opportunity in Education Act in 2002, after its House co-author and sponsor. It states (in part) that: No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be

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