As time went on, education increased, and doctors became more popular in treatment of typical illness. The medical community (read: board/forum of doctors) at the time saw childbirth as a new area to practice in, and as such they began a smear campaign of midwives to discredit them. This campaign was largely successful, as it drove women to reject birth via midwife and instead opted for birth via doctor, which is funny because at the time most doctors were male, and due to the community standards of the time, male doctors typically did not allow themselves to look at women private parts.
But when you talk about most recently on campus, in terms of protesting and mobilizing communities, that really came from my experience organizing during Ferguson, after the murder of Mike Brown. Because the University of Missouri is only two hours away from Ferguson, and being able to have that experience, Ihad never seen that many black people and I had never seen that many black people mobilized in that way. So, it really struck a chord with me, to really have a passion for inspiring and building up my black community..
The second picture is what resulted from that printing. But I also requested that they skip the epoxy hardener since I would be sanding, fiberglassing, and using filler on the seams. To connect the two halves of the helmet, I clamped the halves together, then laid down 3 layers of fiberglass cloth and epoxy resin.
NFL owners have expanded the purview of their corporate citizenship to include defending civil liberties and civic discourse. In doing so, the NFL hopes to retain public support by appealing to basic rights on which most Americans can still agree.In response to the president’s attack on their players, a number of team owners reacted strongly, with 49ers chief executive Jed York labelingit”callous” and “contradictory to what this great country stands for,” while Miami Dolphinschief executive Stephen Ross called for greater understanding and “civil discourse instead of condemnation and sound bites.”Calls from prominentchief executives and business leaders for greater understanding and mutual respect have gone far beyond the NFL in recent months.Yet corporate support for diversity, while perhaps well intentioned, has often undermined grass roots struggles for systematic change and social justice which we see in the case of the NFL.Rather than reinforcing players’ call for an end to police brutality, both the NFL and team owners have worked to shift the conversation away from existing racial tensions and toward an understanding of good (corporate) citizenship as defined by a respect for freedom of speech and unity. Neither the league nor owners want to risk further alienating their fans, some of whom have already taken to burning team jerseys and starting petitions against protesting players.