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2012 ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition to Open with Carville & Rove Debate, Dan Pink is Closing General Session Speaker

PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Jean Chatzky, Peter Diamandis, Hattie Hill, Fritzi Woods will lead Game Changer sessions More than 5,000 nonprofit and association professionals are expected to attend the 2012 ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition in Dallas, August 11-14. With the 2012 election in November, ASAE wanted to provide members with political insight into the […]

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Kelley Williams-Bolar Joins Michelle Bernard for Education Equality Rally in Cleveland

For Immediate Release February 22, 2012 Contact: Christina Jamison-Mozaffari cjamison@bernardcenter.org (301) 807-5868 Kelley Williams-Bolar Joins Michelle Bernard for Education Equality Rally in Cleveland Cleveland, OH: Kelley Williams-Bolar, the Ohio mother who was arrested for “stealing education” and now heads the Ohio Parents Union, will join Michelle Bernard, President and CEO of the Bernard Center for […]

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Education Equality Now: Bernard Center Releases Hard-Hitting Ad Campaign Calling on Americans to be Foot Soldiers for School Choice

Contact: Christina Jamison-Mozaffari Email: cjamison@bernardcenter.org Phone: (301) 807-5868 Education Equality Now: Bernard Center Releases Hard-Hitting Ad Campaign Calling on Americans to be Foot Soldiers for School Choice Potomac, MD (February 8, 2012) – Black History Month should be a catalyst for dramatically improving America’s education system and embracing school choice, according to a hard-hitting advertising campaign launched […]

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The Grinch Who Wants to Change the Channel on the Best Holiday Food Ads

It’s more than likely that “Grinch” isn’t the only colorful descriptor being applied to federal bureaucrats this holiday season.  It may be the most fitting, however, considering “voluntary” guidelines offered this year by the Interagency Working Group on Food Marketed to Children (IWG).  If approved, these guidelines would severely restrict which foods can be advertised […]

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