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Tuesday, July 26, 2022

Rah Rage

Ayanna "RAH RAGE" Moran, born in Brooklyn, New York, on April 4th, 2001 is a second generation immigrant from Dominican Republic. After moving to Broward County, Fl at 6, and being exposed to so many different cultures, regions, and groups, they became active in community organizing at a very young age. As RAH RAGE has learned and grown they have focused their efforts on the dismantling of white supremacist patriarchy, and loving, protecting, and supporting the Black Trans/Queer Community.
Art has always been a part of their life, as a child they entered art competitions in the Boys & Girls Club, winning quite a few; dancing ballet and joining various dancing teams throughout the schools they were enrolled in. Poetry has also been one of their favorite art forms all their life. RAH RAGE is a testament to their 'raw' rage at the exploitive nature of the system we all live in, it is also a "way to scream into the void" as RAH puts it, and lastly but definitely not least to honor the Eye of Ra. Music has always been an integral part of RAH's life. Rah Rage first opportunity was at 5-G Studio where she got to record and create music working along side with 5-G. Producer i-Supa Dave as feat artist and Glitch of NoMerge Entertainment that helped developed her first single that was produced by CamTon and distributed by Digital Alliance Platform. Making honest music came as naturally as painting, drawing, and poetry. Art has always been about expression for them, and they view music as one of the most engaging mediums for the delivery of hard truths, beautiful lies, sad realities, happy futures, and any other thing someone may need to say. RAH thanks you for taking the time to listen to what they have to say. Peace and Love <3 TopcaT@PeachTreeMusicGroup.Com

Sunday, June 12, 2022

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Friday, March 25, 2022

Future of Marketing

GLOBAL 3 traits digital leaders have in common Karalee Close, Hrishi Hrishikesh March 2022 Share Karalee Close is a senior partner and managing director at Boston Consulting Group (BCG), where she is also the global leader of its Technology Advantage practice. Hrishi Hrishikesh is a partner and director at BCG and a core member of Technology Advantage. Recently, they partnered with Google to study how global companies successfully approach digital transformation. They share their key findings here. A woman of color examines a bar graph, while a white man makes adjustments to a growth chart. Senior business leaders are keenly aware we’re in a new era of digital consumption, one that’s been rapidly accelerated by COVID-19. If the past few years have shown us anything, it’s that companies must be ready to move quickly to stay ahead of the pace of change. This has familiarized many marketing teams with a new catchphrase: digital transformation. A company’s ability to quickly scale digital solutions allows it to realize value from digital transformation. Since 2018, we’ve been partnering with Google to explore digital transformation, as it’s evolved from a relatively nascent concept to a business imperative. Most recently, we teamed up to better understand why some companies are able to generate significant value from digital solutions — and why so many others still lag behind. Our approach was to study the digital proficiency and maturity of 2,000 global companies, and we found that the value companies get from their digital solutions is inextricably linked to their ability to scale those solutions at speed. Achieving scale is what transforms digital pilot programs from interesting experiments into drivers of significant value. Companies that are able to do this faster than the rest of the market hold a considerable advantage. This became an important factor for our study; it differentiated the “digital leaders” — roughly 30% of companies generating significant value from digital — from the others. Our research showed that digital leaders achieve three times higher revenue growth and cost savings, and have an accelerated time-to-market twice as high as companies unable to gain value from digital.1 By taking a deeper look at the digital leaders, we were able to identify three key factors that allowed them to successfully scale their digital solutions. Here’s what you need to know. Three people icons in a huddle, a hex nut, and a slider control: 1. C-suite alignment. 2. Build capabilities. 3. Always-on mindset. 1. C-suite alignment Becoming a digital leader begins at the top. Companies are successful when digital transformation isn’t just the remit of one executive, but when the entire C-suite aligns on a common strategy and road map. Once they’ve set the North Star, CxOs must work together to galvanize the entire organization to execute the vision from the top down. According to our research, 72% of digital leaders say that consistent C-level collaboration is essential,2 and a full 82% claim to align across the executive suite on digital vision, investment, and other resources to drive the agenda forward together.3 A laptop screen shows a growth chart. 82% of digital leaders align across the executive suite on digital vision, investment, and other resources. Think with Google Source: BCG, Global, The Keys to Scaling Digital Value, a study commissioned by Google, March 2022. Share To do this successfully, leaders must embrace agile ways of working. They can’t work in silos if they plan to cascade strategies and targets down to local business units. Flexible planning and budgeting processes are critical, and the whole C-suite must be more involved in tech, data privacy, and analytics to follow a successful digital road map. 2. Build capabilities With C-suite alignment in place, digital leaders next invest in whatever helps their businesses gain value from digital. To effectively understand this question, companies need to take advantage of first-party data, from their customers and themselves. Gathering insights from data requires access to the same high-quality data throughout the organization. More than 90% of digital leaders have gained the ability to connect digital solutions to their tech stacks by using APIs and microservices. An emphasis on proper data governance procedures paves the way for a continuous supply of high-quality data that teams use appropriately and consistently. A cloud contains a microchip. 90% of digital leaders have gained the ability to connect digital solutions to their tech stacks by using APIs and microservices. Think with Google Source: BCG, Global, The Keys to Scaling Digital Value, a study commissioned by Google, March 2022. Share Digital leaders also focus on creating agile working environments, powered by productivity apps and AI analytics, which appeal to high-performing employees and aid in recruitment. Fostering a competent workforce — and a more inclusive and diverse workplace — also enables digital leaders to build more resilient business models for the long term. 3. Always-on mindset Rather than viewing digital transformation as a one-time project, digital leaders steer with an adaptive, always-on mindset to improve and scale pilots as the landscape changes and they prove their ROI. Just as technology, markets, and consumer behaviors constantly evolve, so too will your approach to digital transformation. A cultural reset is required to get comfortable with constant pivots. Digital leaders continually test and learn, invest in flexible planning and budgeting, and develop cross-functional teams, starting with the C-suite. It’s also clear from our research that digital leaders have embedded these behaviors into their company culture. As C-levels align to invest in a digital foundation, they become adept at using internal data as a decision-making tool for operational challenges. A settings wheel inside moving arrows. An adaptive, always-on mindset increases businesses’ ability to reimagine customer experiences. This adaptive, always-on mindset also increases businesses’ ability to reimagine customer experiences. By working cross-functionally, digital leaders are better able to determine which customer-centric opportunities to quickly scale and which unsuccessful or slow-moving initiatives to cut. It’s clear that digital transformation delivers outsize value to digital leaders. All companies can expect to realize similar value if they are willing to commit to change. By embracing necessary success factors — an aligned C-suite, capabilities-driven investment, and an always-on approach — any organization can become a digital leader. Further your business’s transformation by exploring the full BCG research report. Explore related content Digital Transformation Global Karalee Close Karalee Close Managing Director and Senior Partner; Global Leader, Technology Advantage Boston Consulting Group Hrishi Hrishikesh Hrishi Hrishikesh Partner and Director Boston Consulting Group Antoniotopcat@gmail.com

Sunday, September 12, 2021

I Will Always Love You (As performed at the 2010 BET Honors) · Jennifer Hudson (Official Music Video)

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‘Medical Racism’ Producer Tells RFK, Jr.: Black Americans ‘Waking Up to Medical Tyranny’

Kevin Jenkins, CEO of Urban Global Health Alliance and producer of the film, “Medical Racism,” told RFK, Jr. that Blacks and whites must unite to fight the greatest tyrannies of all time. https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/rfk-jr-podcast-medical-racism-kevin-jenkins-tyranny/ Link copied The Defender is experiencing censorship on many social channels. Be sure to stay in touch with the news that matters by subscribing to our top news of the day. It's free. Black Americans are waking up and pushing back against medical tyranny, Kevin Jenkins, CEO of the Urban Global Health Alliance, told Children’s Health Defense Chairman Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., on the “RFK Jr. The Defender Podcast.” Jenkins, producer of the documentary film “Medical Racism: The New Apartheid,” is a leader in the health freedom movement. “I’m a firm believer in uniting white and Black Americans in the fight against the greatest tyrannies of all time: Big Pharma, Big Tech, the banking industry and the education cartel,” Jenkins said. Jenkins is working to build new institutions that offer the “ability to move past the world we live in today and build a bridge to a better future for us,” one that includes having “ownership in our lives.” Jenkins stressed the importance of embracing “informed consent” when it comes to vaccines. When Kenndy asked Jenkins why he thought Blacks were among those described as “vaccine hesitant,” he answered: “Black Americans have a deeper understanding of these industries better than anyone, and in particular, Big Pharma. With all of the chronic illness in our community, with all of the experimentation that has happened in our community, they don’t want to trust the system that’s trapped them in the health system, the [system] that they’re now paying more attention to because of this COVID narrative that more Black Americans are dying of COVID than anybody else.” I’m “proud to say that Black Americans are really waking up,” said Jenkins. Black Americans are doing more research, said Jenkins. They’re turning off the TV and they’re looking at the history of eugenics, racism and events such as the Tuskegee experiments, Jenkins said.