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*Timothy Tyson Criticizes DOJ Decision To Reopen Emmett Till Case As An “Utterly cynical, completely hypocritical political show" (Raleigh News-Observer)
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Non-fiction: Business/Investing/Finance: President of the Caterpillar Foundation Michele Sullivan's LOOKING UP: THE ADVANTAGES OF BEING UNDERESTIMATED, expanding on the author's popular TED talk "Asking for help is a strength, not a weakness," highlighting the importance of perspective, making the first move, finding one's village, and learning to ask for help in life and business, to Webster Younce at Harper Leadership, by Lucinda Blumenfeld at Lucinda Literary (world).
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