Digital Summit 4.0. Ride the Wave of the Digital “Gold Rush”

What we’ll do
Educate Yourself & Profit from the Leading Company in the Digital and Crypto Mining Space! **PLUS, We’re Releasing an Exclusive Coin Offering Found No Where Else! Seminar Highlights – Introduction to Evantage360

* Peer-to-Peer Technologies = Change the Rules of Business
* Past, Present, and Future of Crypto Currency
* Learn How to Prepare for & Profit from the Next Digital Gold Rush in Crypto Currency
* Learn How to Profit from Mining Crypto Currency Coins using Proof of Stake Mining
* Learn How to Earn Passive Income and Buy Coins that have the most Potential for Growth & Income

What is Proof of Stake versus Proof of Work Mining:

The Future of Payments is Messenger Bank:

* A Global Decentralized Banking Platform
* Fully Licensed as an Exchange for all Crypto Currencies
* Messenger Bank has their own Crypto Coin which you can buy now

Hear from the Messenger Bank Founder & Ceo Speaking before the 2017 World Blockchain Summit in Dubai:

SEE YOU THERE! • What to bring
pen, notebook & curiosity

Learn the Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease

The Family Resource Program at New York Memory Center and the Alzheimer’s Association – NYC Chapter are partnering to offer a three-session “Learn the Stages of Alzheimer’s disease” three-session workshop series using the foundation of the Alzheimer’s Association’s Living with Alzheimer’s series. Presentations will cover the early, middle, and late stages of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, and information about community resources and available services will be provided. The sessions are March 1, March 8, and March 15, from 10 am to 2 pm. The series is especially valuable for family members or friends caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias; healthcare professionals and home health aides; and community members interested in learning more. Participants will receive certificates for attending and completing the full series of workshops.

Now What?

In the lobby of STRIVE, an employment-training program in East Harlem, the messages are clear, stated in a bold, black font on posters that greet the overwhelmingly black and Latino clients as they get off the elevator and enter the lobby: “Please Remove Your Hats.” “Please Do Not Wear Pants Below the Waist.” “Please Do Not Wear Headphones.”Inside the classroom, says STRIVE’s chief operating officer, Angelo Rivera, attitudes are a primary target. “You have to inflict some kind of discomfort and pain so they can own up to what their issues are,” he says. “That whole attitudinal piece will make you or break you in the world of work.”But in a month of instruction, STRIVE students also get two days on civics.

Bigger Slice, Shrinking Pie

With 15 percent of all black employees represented by unions nationwide, blacks are more likely to be organized than are white, Asian or Latino workers. And black men are more often unionized than black women. However, the number of black workers represented by unions has fallen 24 percent over the past decade, more than for any other group. Black workers have a growing share of the shrinking pool of union jobs in America. This is the latest chapter in a complicated history.