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Constance Baker Motley: Judiciary’s Unsung Rights Hero

Main content Constance Baker Motley first met Martin Luther King, Jr., in July 1962, after successfully arguing that protesters had the right to demonstrate in Albany, Georgia. Lawyer William Kuntsler is at right. Credit: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, NYWT&S Collection, LC-USZ62-138785. In 1965, Constance Baker Motley became the first woman President of New York’s …

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Innovation and its Effect on World of Photography

by Jeffrey Phillips We’ve reached a couple of interesting milestones in a very short period of time, and it behooves us to pay attention to the changes in what has been an important industry – photography. For innovators, it’s been easy to kick Kodak around, for having missed the transition to digital photography while owning …

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A Sad Fact: Leaders Who Lie Can Still Be Trusted by Their Followers

by Soren Kaplan Being truthful and being trustworthy aren’t the same, which poses a problem for both society and the practice of leadership itself In today’s world, it’s hard to know who to listen to and what to believe. Who’s the best Presidential candidate? Is Brexit good or bad? Which college is best for my …

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Survey on WIPO’s New Digital IP Service

February 18, 2020 WIPO will launch a new digital IP Service later this year and would welcome your feedback in order to meet your needs more effectively. (Image: GettyImages/vladwel) This service will help inventors and creators, individuals and businesses add an additional layer of safekeeping for their valuable digital IP assets. This service will complement …

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