What a past few #beautiful days! We went to the vermont #statehouse and there was some great #artwork in glass and canvas! #flags from all the wars the #usa was in. We then ate at Beefside which was way better than we thought it’s be... and they love dogs there! (Pics on the wall, not for food). The last pic is at the #kancamagus overlook area. So fortunate the last few days. More adventures tomorrow! I hope everyone is as well as can be
Why She Runs Documentary had a wonderfully inspiring interview with Andrea Romero for #NewMexico#StateHouse !
Tonight we’re honored to be speaking with @emilys_list List recommended @michellelujangrisham who is about to make history as the first #Democratic#Latina#Governor !
Next we’ll be headed south to Texas, Florida and Georgia, but we’re running on fumes in these final weeks to #GOTV and need your help with travel costs to complete this important project sharing the voices of #women in this historic #election !
🥕🍋NEW JUICE WHO DIS. 🍋🥕My hometown FINALLY has a juice shop! And, can ya believe it, they wanna work with lil ol’ me. Proud to be back on Maryland Ave and can’t WAIT to get more local products in this shop 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 #buylocal#madeinmaryland#rasajuiceshop
#Perspective - 1938 topographical map of the State of New Hampshire on display at the northbound welcome center on I-93 in Hooksett. It took three years to make this for a #NH exhibit at the NY World’s Fair in ‘39. .
The plaster, painted relief was made in 13 sections. It is 16 feet high, 9 feet wide. .
After it was displayed at the #Statehouse for a period, it was stashed away in a warehouse. Rediscovered in 2008, it was restored in 2010 by Nicholas Isaak of Keene.
📸1️⃣ Lake Sunapee and Mount Sunapee (even Mud Pond at Mt. View Lake is identified)
📸2️⃣ the upper, northern part of the relief map.
Happy Monday! Today's Seminar Spotlight features Tony K Ansah Jr who is an Entrepreneur and Author
In his words:
"I’m getting ready to release a new book (Diary of a Ghanaian Diaspora Entrepreneur: Extended Version 2.0) soon. I mentioned Commonwealth Seminar in it.
I also have a startup business (Ansah Africa). I help microbusiness that have a positive socioeconomic purpose achieve success. At this moment, I have an online donation platform that enables donors in the United States to donate cash (or even non-cash) to nonprofits in Africa, initially launched in Ghana 4 weeks ago.
Ansah Africa is looking to showcase verified, valuable, and beneficial information that helps donors discover and donate to micro-organizations in Ghana by providing a central location to grow, develop, and support these enterprises that serve unemployed women, underprivileged kids, elderly men, and young entrepreneurs.
I'd love for you to check my website and tell me your thought about it. Here’s a link to my new website: www.ansahafricadonate.com "
“We have never had a Borst Fellow who hasn’t been funneled into a really great job.” - Kathy Hursh, SPEA Career Services
“This fellowship helped me secure a job and make connections for my career.” - Jordan Lett, former Borst Fellow
The Borst Fellowship is a unique year-long, paid partnership with the Indiana legislature that places one SPEA grad student in the Indiana Statehouse, researching fiscal policy issues for lawmakers and working on the state budget. Read more about Lett's experiences in this week's blog: blogs.iu.edu/speaindy