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The young reporters featured in this book were in the midst of a tragedy that most Americans felt deeply if from a distance. Amongst them are contributors from Newsweek, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, The Advocate, Stars and Stripes, CNN, Reuters, the Stuyvesant Standard, Yomiuri Shimbun, India Abroad, the Columbia News Service, and more. Their powerful stories and individual experiences are personal in their details but universal in their impact. Many contributors were at the scene of the collapse, and all describe the anger, thrills,... more
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Sree Sreenivasan PowerwomensummitThis book is remarkable. I recommend it to students looking to learn about “real-world” reporting by young journos. • The impossibly poised @smkalita took her storytelling (and empathy levels) to new levels on 9/11. #NeverForget911 (👀 @JimmyVanBramer) (Source)

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The inside story of how serial predator Larry Nassar got away with abusing hundreds of gymnasts for decades--and how a team of brave women banded together to bring him down.

We think of Larry Nassar as the despicable sexual predator of Olympic gymnasts--but there is an astonishing, untold story. For decades, in a small-town gym in Michigan, he honed his manipulations on generations of aspiring gymnasts: kids from the neighborhood, girls with hopes of a college scholarship, athletes and parents with a dream. In The Girls, these brave women for the first time describe...
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Sree Sreenivasan PowerwomensummitContinuing my 🧵 in praise of @AbigailPesta’s book... Get one everyone! And join me, @neilparekh, @biggreenpen Sunday from 8:30-10 am ET as she does our #NYTReadalong. We’ll discuss the 🗞 as well as her 📚 on my @facebook Live. Will be awesome! (Source)

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We live in an evolving economic environment, one in which job security and career certainty are distant memories. The old rules for navigating the turbulent waters of employment just don't apply anymore. In the face of these ongoing changes, it's easy to become fearful and discouraged.

In The Career Catapult, innovative career consultant Roopa Unnikrishnan shows you how to gaze into this uncertain future and shape it to your advantage--regardless of your current position in the job hierarchy.

Leaping into a revised career trajectory requires quick and purposeful...
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Sree Sreenivasan Powerwomensummit#NationalAuthorsDay makes me realize that my favorite author isn’t really Shakespeare or any of the dozen names that I’ve been citing for decades. It’s actually @roopaonline, my wife. 😉 Checkout her book, (Source)

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A timely argument for why the United States and the West would benefit from accepting more immigrants

There are few subjects in American life that prompt more discussion and controversy than immigration. But do we really understand it? In This Land Is Our Land, the renowned author Suketu Mehta attacks the issue head-on. Drawing on his own experience as an Indian-born teenager growing up in New York City and on years of reporting around the world, Mehta subjects the worldwide anti-immigrant backlash to withering scrutiny. As he explains, the West is being destroyed not...

Chris Hayes@paulgrellong So glad you liked it. Book is great too. (Source)

Sree Sreenivasan PowerwomensummitSurprise appearance at @IndiasporaForum by @suketumehta, whose new book, “This Land is Our Land: An Immigrant’s Manifesto” is a must-read. “The fear of migrants is doing more damage to the West than anything the migrants could do themselves.” A standing ovation! #indiaspora2019 (Source)

Arjun SethiCompletely full house tonight for @suketumehta @PoliticsProse in Washington, DC. His new book, This Land Is Our Land, is a must read & a clarion call for a more just and open world (Source)

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From one of today's foremost innovation leaders, an inspiring and practical guide to mastering change in the face of uncertainty.

The world will never be slower than it is right now, says Beth Comstock, the former Vice Chair and head of marketing and innovation at GE. But confronting relentless change is hard. Companies get disrupted as challengers steal away customers; employees have to move ahead without knowing the answers. To thrive in today's world, every one of us has to make change part of our job.

In Imagine It Forward, Comstock, in a candid...

Susan CainBeth Comstock is just as creative and bold in her approach to writing a business book as she is in running a business. Unafraid to get candid and personal, unusually generous in sharing her insights, this is a book for anyone who wants to see around corners — and to vanquish the fear that holds them back from acting on what they see. (Source)

Simon SinekIf there is one skill that more individuals and companies need to hone it's imagination. And if there is one person who can teach us how to do it, it’s Beth Comstock. Woven together through her own journey, Comstock offers us simple and practical steps on things we can all do to prepare ourselves for the future…or even invent it. (Source)

Gary VaynerchukBeth is a true force of smart, practical, and most of all, inspiring executions in the new business world. There are few people who I think 'get it,' and she’s at the top of that list. (Source)

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