This Tuesday at 7 PM, join me for “Tell It To The Judge.” We’ll hear inspiring stories of recovery, reentry and redemption from 5 formerly incarcerated individuals. The host, the venue and food provider are pretty inspiring themselves…. Read More
Join me for a unique, front-lines discussion of reentry, redemption and recovery.
Sport unifies powerfully. Hustle and effort are admired and revered. Cheating is abhorred. The rules apply the same to everyone. We don’t care where our teammates came from, what they believe, or what they stand for because we stand together. Jerseys make skin color invisible. We stand united against attack. We cheer. We applaud. We pick up the fallen. We encourage the mistaken. We all feel the sting of defeat.
“Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. It speaks to youth in a language they understand. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair. It is more powerful than governance in breaking down racial barriers. It laughs in the face of all types of discrimination.” – Nelson Mandela
Tedx is coming to Frisco! What is a Ted Event? It’s a series of Ted talks addressing a variety of topics seeking to build consensus and outside-the-box thinking.
It is not a sales pitch, marketing conference or political gathering. The talks are concise – no more than 18 minutes, and are given by diverse speakers across several disciplines.
Which topics? That depends on YOU. You can nominate anyone – including yourself. The sky is the limit. Click Here and Submit your topic today! If you have any questions, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Justin Bieber made a court appearance in Dallas last week.
So, the Biebs didn’t show up in person. But one of his songs was front and center.
State District Judge Brandon Birmingham brought his guitar on the bench and played “Love Yourself” for high school students visiting with their church. All the kids attend Lincoln High School and several are singers.
By Sarah Mervosh, Dallas News
State District Judge Jennifer Bennett was at the State Fair of Texas this fall, watching a horse show near the petting zoo, when she got a call from a detective who needed a warrant signed.
Yes, it was after work. And yes, she was busy. Still, the judge made her to way to the edge of the fair, plopped down on a curb and waited for the detective to arrive with the paperwork.