The Princess Grace Foundation-USA To Host 007's No Time To Die Red Carpet Premiere At The Iconic Casino Royale 6 February 2020
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On April 7, 2020, Under the High Patronage of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco, and for the benefit of the Princess Grace Foundation-USA the Principality will roll out the red carpet for the Monaco premiere of James Bond's No Time To Die, directed by Princess Grace Award winner Cary Joji Fukunaga.
For the first time ever, the iconic “Casino Royale” itself, the Casino de Monte-Carlo will host a red carpet premiere and a black–tie post–premiere after party. All proceeds from the event will be directed toward a new Princess Grace Award named in honor of long–time Monaco resident, and a founding member of Princess Grace Foundation–USA, the late Sir Roger Moore. The Sir Roger Moore Film Scholarship will be endowed in perpetuity and the first recipient will be announced at the 38th Annual Princess Grace Awards Gala in Monaco in October 2020.
His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco said, “It is my distinct privilege to welcome the premiere of No Time To Die to Monaco. It is particularly meaningful for us to honor the late Sir Roger Moore and Princess Grace Award winner Cary Joji Fukunaga here because of the special ties that connect them to us. Sir Roger Moore was a dear friend to my Mother and we remain grateful for his guidance establishing the Princess Grace Foundation–USA. We are equally proud of Princess Grace Award winner Cary Joji Fukunaga's masterful direction of No Time To Die, and to know that my Mother's legacy lives on through his flourishing career.”
Where are the Hispanic executives? By JD Swerzenski, Donald T. Tomaskovic-Devey and Eric Hoyt for the Conversation, 23 January 2020
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Many organizations have prioritized workplace equality and access to high-paying, executive level jobs for minority groups in recent years.
Several 2020 presidential candidates are putting forward plans to increase minority executive positions by diversifying corporate boards, punishing companies with poor diversity track records and increasing funding for minority–led business institutions. However, according to our own 2019 analysis, white men still hold the majority of executive positions such as CEOs, management directors and financial officers.
As economic and communication scholars, we looked at Equal Employment Opportunity Commission employment data for executives at large and mid–sized companies. Our analysis shows that white men sit in 85% of these high–paying boardroom positions while representing only 38% of the U.S. workforce. The dominance of white male executives, however, is by no means evenly distributed across the country. Our report tracks representation among Hispanic executives city by city.
Earthquake forecast for Puerto Rico: Dozens more large aftershocks are likely by Richard Aster for the Conversation 16 January 2020
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Multiple strong and damaging earthquakes in southern Puerto Rico starting around Dec. 28, 2019 have killed at least one person, caused many serious injuries and collapsed numerous buildings, including a multistory school in the town of Guánica that luckily was empty at the time. These quakes are the most damaging to strike Puerto Rico since 1918, and the island has been under a state of emergency since Jan. 6, 2020.
This flurry of quakes includes onshore and offshore events near the town of Indios and along Puerto Rico’s southwestern coast. So far it has included 11 foreshocks – smaller earthquakes that preceded the largest event, or mainshock – with magnitudes of 4 and greater. Major quakes occurred on Jan. 6 (magnitude 5.8) and Jan. 7 (magnitude 6.4 mainshock), followed by numerous large aftershocks.
Seismologists like me are constantly working to better understand earthquakes, including advancing ways to help vulnerable communities before, during and after damaging events. The physics of earthquakes are astoundingly complex, but our abilities to forecast future earthquakes during a strong sequence of events in real time is improving.
Children of color already make up the majority of kids in many US states by Rogelio Sáenz and Dudley L. Poston, Jr. for the Conversation, 9 January 2020
The share of the non–Hispanic white population has fallen since the mid–20th century. Between 2010 and 2018, the number of white children fell by 2.8 million, or 7.1%. In contrast, nonwhite children grew by 6.1%.
In 2018, the last year for which data are currently available, the proportion of people in the U.S. under 18 years of age was just barely more white than nonwhite. However, children under 11 were more nonwhite than white.
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