“She was also big on taking responsibility and having a kind heart towards others, even when they aren’t so kind to you.”Tatum, who is a native of New Orleans, has worked in education for 13 years. Both her father and late mother, Mary Dixon, attended historically black colleges and after becoming a single mother of two, Tatum lived on campus with her children. After completing her bachelors degree, she received a masters degree in education.”I wanted my kids to see me go through that process because I wanted it to say something to them about education,” she says.
Continue walking around outside of the Civic Centre and you’ll come to SeaCity Museum. Opening 100 years to the minute after Titanic left Southampton, it chronicles not only Southampton’s Titanic story but the city’s relationship with the sea. The 15m museum has a permanent exhibition dedicated to the fateful ship and her extensive links to Southampton..
NEW DELHI () Gross domestic product data out later on Friday is expected to show India’s economy grew at its slowest pace in at least two years in the March quarter as the coronavirus pandemic weakened already declining consumer demand and private investment.The median forecast from a poll of economists put annual economic growth at 2.1% in the March quarter, lower than 4.7% in the December quarter. Forecasts ranged between +4.5% and 1.5%.Prime Minister Narendra Modi has maintained the lockdown ordered on March 25 to curb the spread of COVID 19 in the world’s second most populous country, though many restrictions were eased for manufacturing, transport and other services from May 18.The full impact of the lockdown on manufacturing and services will become more apparent in the June quarter, with Goldman Sachs predicting a 45% contraction from a year ago.Economists expect the fiscal year that began in April will see the worst economic contraction in four decades.”Economic activity will face ongoing disruption over the next year as the country transitions to a post COVID 19 world,” the rating agency S said on Thursday, cutting its 2020/21 forecast to a 5% contraction.Weather forecasts for normal monsoon rains are in Indian farmers’ favour at least, giving hope that the rural sector can help support the millions of migrant workers who returned to their villages from the cities when the lockdown began.Number of coronavirus affected people in India has crossed 158,000 with 4,531 deaths, with an average daily jump of 6,000 cases in the last one week.Unlike some advanced economies, India’s stimulus package has largely focussed on subsidised credit to small businesses and farmers, while direct fiscal stimulus was limited to around 1% of the GDP, economists said.The Reserve Bank of India cut policy rates by 40 basis points earlier this month, and has reduced its key repo rate by 115 basis points since February.(Editing by Simon Cameron Moore)Twitter flags Trump tweet on Minneapolis protests for violence /react text >For the second time, Twitter flagged a message from President Trump with a warning, saying that his post midnight tweet calling for the military to shoot protesters in Minneapolis was “glorifying violence. As protests over the death of George Floyd escalated to the burning of a police station Thursday, Trump took to Twitter after midnight to write, “I can stand back watch this happen to a great American City, Minneapolis.