Monthly Archives: November 2014

How to Start a Startup – Free on line classes (ends December 2)

December 2nd will be the last week of classes for “How to Start a Startup”! If you have missed these classes then don’t despair, we have them right here you can just click on a video and get engaged.

“How to Start a Startup”, CS183B is a class taught at Stanford. It’s designed to be a sort of one-class business course for people who want to start startups. These classes were offered on line and free of charge to participants.

Videos of the lectures, associated reading materials, and assignments were made available. There were 20 videos, some with a speaker or two and some with a small panel; a 1,000 minutes of content if you watch it all.

These classes covered how to come up with ideas and evaluate them, how to get users and grow, how to do sales and marketing, how to hire, how to raise money, company culture, operations and management, business strategy, and more.

These classes were brought to you by Y Combinator and they are doing this because they  believe helping a lot of people be better at starting companies will be good for everyone. It will hopefully be valuable even for people who don’t want to start startups.

Talks like these have really helped Y Combinator founders create their companies, and Sam is hoping you find it helpful too!

There’s a lot that goes behind the scenes in running a startup. Getting the legal, finance (equity allocation, vesting), accounting, and other overhead right will save you a lot of pain in the long run. Kirsty Nathoo, CFO at Y Combinator, and Carolynn Levy, General Counsel at Y Combinator, cover these very important topics, in Lecture 18 of How to Start a Startup.

Hosain Rahman, founder and CEO of Jawbone, discusses the design process for building hardware products users love. Lecture 17!

Start your online learning today! – YALI Network

You asked…and we are delivering! After YALI Network members identified business and entrepreneurship as areas of interest, we developed free online courses to help you learn from experts in these fields. Courses include:

  • Developing a Business Model
  • Raising Capital
  • Growing Your Business

Visit to begin deepening your business knowledge and developing new professional skills on these topics. You can also find courses in the areas of leadership, public management and civic leadership. Watch the three video units associated with each course, then take a brief quiz to earn a YALI Network Certificate.

Online professional development training is just one of the many resources on entrepreneurship. Explore the site further to get practical advice on starting a business and view inspirational profiles of young African leaders pursuing their own entrepreneurial dreams.

Stay tuned to the YALI Network for more information about a new series of online training courses we will release in 2015. Courses include: Identifying Your Markets, Pitching Your Business Ideas for Investment and Growing Your Start Up- all taught by preeminent experts in the industry.

Lives Are Being Changed!

Victory Women in Development Association (ViWiDA)-USA   is designed to enrich and change lives; specifically, targeting Women and Youths. Unlike competitors of VIWIDA-USA, programs offered by VIWIDA are unique because of the heritage/culture from which it is derived.

dina1In 1998, the founder, Dinnah Walton who is a CFO for Victory Women in Development Association VIWIDA USA, returned home to Tanzania, East Africa after sixteen years of residing in the United States. When she got home she found that since she first left the country, the living conditions in Tanzania have deteriorated further into extreme poverty, political disharmony, with HIV aids diseases running rampage among other things.

Albeit the democratization of the government and the privatization of businesses in Tanzania seemed to have changed the social climate; AIDS, lack of decent education, and extreme poverty continues to run amok.  It became apparent that the values, integrity and aspirations of a greater Tanzania, including the island of Zanzibar have been lost.  Aids, famine, and diseases are taking lives every day as 1.3 million people are affected with HIV/AIDS in Tanzania. Children of the effected remain homeless; so many of them are orphans left behind by their dying relatives. Large percentage of Youth are lacking education, and direction in their daily lives; while, most women remain not only uneducated and married young, but also are victims of either domestic violence or trafficking.

Even with modern technologies reaching the people of Tanzania; most of them are unable to capitalize on these resources because of sub-par education achievement, and political tension that has been brewing for almost half a century, because of the union between the Tanganyika and Zanzibar governments when they formed Tanzania early in 1960s.

Education standards in Tanzania are far below international standards. Many schools lack basic resources; operating without books or even desks, forcing dedicated students to learn while sitting on classroom floors, which may or may not be a finished concrete floor. Meanwhile teachers go months without pay, and whom they themselves may be lacking in the skills to efficiently train students.  While mainland Tanzania is utilizing what resources they have to improve education, the island of Zanzibar is lagging far behind because of political tensions between the Zanzibar and the government of Tanzania as mentioned earlier.

On returning to United States, Dinnah decided to do something to change the situation in Tanzania, but in doing so became aware to similar hardships faced by people at her home, in Philadelphia and the surrounding areas. Thus, Dinnah felt compelled to create the nonprofit organization that would work to combat homelessness, extreme poverty, and empower women, youth, underprivileged by helping get the resources they need. For example transitional housing for homeless individuals, life skills to empower women, and helping to close the education achievement gap among urban youth in America and in Tanzania, E Africa.  After much collaboration with dedicated people in the community she serve, and the support of family and friends, Victory Women in Development Association,(ViWiDA) U.S.A. was formed in 2001 by Dinnah and other two founders, Dr. Alwiya Omar and Edythe Shapiro; with the help of Mr. Ari Merratezon, a dedicated community developer and U.S. Veteran.

Today, ViWiDA-USA provides programs to empower Women,Youth and Underprivileged individuals in Local and International Communities. For example, The Youth Educational & Exchange Program, which is a 9 month curriculum designed to enrich inner city education with cultures exposures and offering students a chance to learn how they can help other people not only in their communities, but to learn about the hardships shared by people in Tanzania, Africa, and the world in general. Participants are empowered through volunteerism and willingness to serve the human kind. The programs encourage participants to own businesses also.

A special note from the founder:-  ” I wish some women and men around the world will adopt the same kind of an organization which is victorious to women, youth and empowering communities. They can copy what we do, and may be we will hear about Victory Women in Development Association ViWiDA-Japan, or ViWiDA-Europe, ViWiDA-China, ViWiDA Malaysia, ViWiDA-Asia, India, or ViWiDA-Africa and so on. Let the movement to Empower Women and Youth grow around the world till there is PEACE; till Women are no longer VICTIMS of Impunity; till Youth are empower to create a better world for their parents; till Poverty and Diseases are no longer a problem to humanity!” – dswalton @ ViWiDA-USA

VIWIDA-USA improves and enriches the life experiences of Women and Youth across the globe.

Some of the initiatives of VIWIDA-USA includes:-

Empowering Women Program designed to help women become independent, escape domestic violence, learn the skills to find better jobs. The program also works to educate women on high risk medical conditions, as well as provide free or low cost individual counseling and support groups. VIWIDA   empowers, also encourages women, and youth to be Industrialists.

How Banks Can Finance Permanent Supportive Housing by usichgov

 Ending Youth Homelessness by 2020


The VIWIDA-USA Youth Educational & Exchange Program is conducted through the coordination of MLADEF (formerly VIWIDA Tanzania); Mizat Tours & Travels, and other collaborators of VIWIDA.

This Video Was envisaged in my house by My Son MoWalton & his FRIENDS.  2012 Election-YOUTH EMPOWERMENT-MALARKEY is not! @ VIWIDA-USA! DEBATE 2012 – OBAMA V/S ROMNEY RAP BATTLE….


Cultures Exposed – World of Cultures @ViWiDA-USA

-CULTURES EXPOSUREs  is on; right here! Right Now! Are you thinking of Cultures right now? Of course not, why would you? Yet, as you quietly contemplating this, you’re a part of some culture in some society, somewhere; following some traditions, some systems, some ways, of which some of those ways may be followed blindly.

Enjoy the Youtube videos on ViWiDA’s Cultures Exposed! program; These videos from various artists are intended to educate, and empower our participants with general knowledge, awareness of other cultures and how an impact it has on oneself, in businesses, our economies  around our country and the world in general. .

Queen – We don’t like these people in our society anyways, they have primitive traditions
King – Why don’t we get rid of them then; how about genocide?

Let Victory Women in Development Association-(ViWiDA)USA exposes you to that complex world, which includes knowledge, musics, laws, the arts, beliefs, customs etc..The World of Cultures

Culture and society are not the same thing. While cultures are complexes of learned behavior patterns and perceptions, societies are groups of interacting organisms. People are not the only animals that have societies. Schools of fish, flocks of birds, and hives of bees are societies. In the case of humans, however, societies are groups of people who directly or indirectly interact with each other. People in human societies also generally perceive that their society is distinct from other societies in terms of shared traditions and expectations.
While human societies and cultures are not the same thing, they are inextricably connected because culture is created and transmitted to others in a society.
English Anthropologist Edward B. Tylor said that culture is “that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, law, morals, custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society.” Of course, it is not limited to men. Women possess and create it as well. Since Tylor’s time, the concept of culture has become the central focus of anthropology.
Culture is a powerful human tool for survival, but it is a fragile phenomenon. It is constantly changing and easily lost because it exists only in our minds.
There are three layers of culture that are part of your learned behavior patterns and perceptions. Most obviously is the body of cultural traditions that distinguish your specific society. When people speak of Italian, Samoan, or Japanese culture, they are referring to the shared language, traditions, and beliefs that set each of these peoples apart from others.
The second layer of culture that may be part of your identity is a subculture. In complex, diverse societies in which people have come from many different parts of the world, they often retain much of their original cultural traditions. As a result, they are likely to be part of an identifiable subculture in their new society. The shared cultural traits of subcultures set them apart from the rest of their society. Examples of easily identifiable subcultures in the United States include ethnic groups such as Vietnamese Americans, African Americans, and Mexican Americans.
The third layer of culture consists of cultural universals. These are learned behavior patterns that are shared by all of humanity collectively. No matter where people live in the world, they share these universal traits.


An Act (52 Stat. 351; 5 U. S. Code, Sec. 87a) was approved on May 13, 1938, which made November 11 in each year a legal holiday, known as Armistice Day. This day was originally intended to honor veterans of World War I. A few years later, World War II required the largest mobilization of service men in the history of the United States and the American forces fought in Korea. In 1954, the veterans service organizations urged Congress to change the word “Armistice” to “Veterans”. Congress approved this change and on June 1, 1954, November 11 became a day to honor all American veterans, where ever and whenever they had served. Follow @viwidausa

The State of Veterans Affairs in Philadelphia

By Minister Ari S. Merretazon
I am Minister Ari Sesu Merretazon, Chief of Staff for Pointman Soldiers Heart Ministry (PSHM). I am a decorated-Bronze Star Army Commendation Medal, honorably discharged, 100% disabled, Vietnam War Veteran, of Headquarters Recon, 3rd Brigade, 4th and 25th Infantry Divisions, U.S. Army, from 1967-1968. My war narrative is Chapter 7, in the book, Bloods, an Oral History of the Vietnam War told by Black Veterans, by Wallace Terry, 1985. My story was used to make the movie Dead Presidents. Actor Larentz Tate played my character. My expertise is quoted in A Vietnam Trilogy: Veterans and Post-Traumatic Stress, 1968, 1989, and 2000.
In 1978, I was invited by Senator Alan Cranston, to testify on matters related to incarcerated veterans. I was hired by the Veterans Administration as a member of the first team to setup and staff a “Vet Center” in Little Rock, Arkansas, under a Congressional mandate of 1979 (Public Law 96- 22).
I am a White House Honoree, President Jimmy Carter, honored for establishing the first Office of Incarcerated Veterans Affairs inside of a prison recognized by the VA. In 2012, I was one of 10 African-American men, out of 1,000 applicants in Philadelphia, to receive the heralded Black Male Engagement Financial Award from the Knight Foundation for my work with vulnerable veterans in Philadelphia with Pointman Soldiers Heart Ministry.
According to the research, findings, and testimony of Pointman Soldiers Heart Ministry, the state of veterans affairs in the city of Philadelphia is critical, and in a state of emergency. To understand the state of emergency of veterans affairs in Philadelphia one only has to understand the rationale for the Veterans’ Preference Act of 1954 and compare and contrast the facts and circumstances to current day regard, service and assistance the city of Philadelphia has for its veterans and the documented record of service and assistance to its veteran citizens today.
In 1954, President Roosevelt said, “It is absolutely impossible to take millions of our young men out of their normal pursuits for the purpose of fighting to preserve the Nation, and then expect them to resume their normal activities without having any special consideration shown them.” These words of President Roosevelt are the basis for service and assistance to armed forces veterans.
Surely these words apply today. I remind Mayor Michael Nutter and Council President Clarke, that the Veterans Preference Act of 1954 is still law, as amended!
The Act, in essence, was a consolidation of the various preference provisions already in effect by the various Executive Orders and Civil Service Commission regulations. It went a step further by broadening and strengthening existing Veterans preference rules by giving them legislative sanction. In addition, The Act made clear that preference was reward for patriotic duties by a grateful country willing to recognize the sacrifices of its servicemen. The Act, and subsequent amendments, would help ensure that veterans obtain or regain an economic position they otherwise would have attained had they not served in the armed forces.
On February 7th, 1957, by Resolution 123 of the City Council, the Philadelphia Veterans Advisory Commission (PVAC) was created and is composed of seven members appointed jointly by the Mayor and the President of Council. The Commission’s first members were appointed in November, 1958. At that time, the PVAC was “directed to consult with all governmental agencies engaged in the distribution of veterans’ benefits and to advise veterans of those to which they are entitled, and to report periodically to the Mayor and Council their findings and proposals for legislation which it may think useful in such matters.”
Coming forward to the honoring of veterans by the State of Pennsylvania in the spirit and letter of the Veterans Preference Act of 1954, and subsequent amendments, Pennsylvania offers over 40 special benefits for its military service members and veterans including Veterans Emergency Assistance, Disabled Veterans’ Real Estate Exemption, Educational Gratuity, Veterans Employment, Blind Veterans Pension, Paralyzed Veterans’ Pension, Civil Service Preference, Special Vehicle License Plates, as well as Hunting, Fishing license and State Park privileges. Eligibility for some benefits may depend on residency, military component, and veteran disability status.
There are more than a hundred veteran service organization and self-help groups in Philadelphia, many of them are here today. James “Jim” Abram, president of Pointman Soldiers Heart Ministry applauds the commitment of veteran self-help groups for not leaving our fellow veterans on the field of despair in Philadelphia, just as they vowed to never leave your fellow soldiers on the battlefield.
Nevertheless, without units of government at the city, county and state levels facilitating and advocating for the rights, benefits, and preferences before the federal U.S. Veterans Administration, all of the work of our veteran organizations cannot and will not significantly increase the relevant number of Philadelphia veteran claims for service-related disability or pensions filed with the VA, nor will they be able to develop collaborative methods to increase rates of economic recovery paid by the VA to Philadelphia veterans.
This is so, because there is no single database to track the number of homeless veterans, the number of unemployed veterans, the number of veterans with PTSD and TBI, nor the number of incarcerated veterans, and women veterans in Philadelphia who were sexually assaulted during their time in the military.
In the real veterans affairs world in Philadelphia, according to research conducted by The Institute of State and Regional Affairs, Penn State University, published in July 2012, entitled, “Examination of Rural County Veterans Affairs Offices,” Philadelphia is only one of two counties without a Director of Veteran Affairs Office in the state of Pennsylvania. This makes Philadelphia the only county in Southeastern Pennsylvania without a Director of Veterans Affairs to facilitate access to earned economic benefits to its veteran citizens.
This examination of Rural County Veterans Affairs Offices was done five years after Senate Bill 915; PN 1436 was signed into law as Act 66 of 2007. The goals of the Act 66 legislation include enhancing service delivery to veterans, increasing the number of Pennsylvania veteran claims for service-related disability or pensions filed with the VA, and to develop methods to increase rates of economic recovery paid by the VA to Pennsylvania veterans.
In what seems to be an effort to meet the intent of Act 66, the City of Philadelphia revitalized the PVAC. In a 2008 letter from Edgar A. Howard, the last director of the PVAC, it stated its resolve/purpose, which is different from its founding purpose, as:
“Whereas, Many veterans are unaware of the benefits which are distributed through various departments and agencies of the City and to which they are legally entitled; and
Whereas, The City desires to establish a Veterans Advisory Commission which would apprise veterans of the benefits to which they are entitled and consult with and advise City departments and agencies engaged in the distribution of such benefits…”
Mr. Howard became ill in 2009, and subsequently, for some odd reason, the terms of all of the PAVC’s appointed members expired. It was not until earlier this year that new members were appointed.
Today, the city has no published, accountable, or measurable program to outreach, assist, facilitate or advocate for veterans and their families obtaining economic benefits for their patriotic and honorable service. This level of un-readiness by the city is a major barrier to veterans accessing economic benefits they earned, and contrary to Senate Bill 915, PN 1436 signed into law as Act 66 of 2007. This state of veterans’ affairs in Philadelphia is unacceptable, and we all should work diligently to improve it.
More recently, the legislature of Pennsylvania amended Title 51 (Military Affairs) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, with Senate Bill 302, providing for county directors of veterans’ affairs. Also known as Act 5, it was signed in to law by Governor Corbett on May 15, 2013.
Distinctly different from the PVAC, which is only advisory in form and purpose, the duties and responsibilities of the County Director of Veterans Affairs Office is, per Act 5, is to:
(1) Serve as a local contact between the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs and an individual who was discharged from the service and dependent of the individual
(2) Advise an individual or veteran of available federal, state and county veterans’ benefits.
(3) Aid an individual in the armed forces, a veteran or dependent of the individual in completing required federal, state and local veterans’ affairs forms in compliance with current regulations and policies.
(4) Work under the direct supervision of the county commissioners and within the guidelines provided by the Department and the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.
(5) Participate in programs provided by the Department….
Our research has revealed that the city’s readiness and preparedness for the influx of veterans from America’s wars needs restructuring and operationalizing. According to the president of PSHM, James Abram, “this state of unreadiness is more the result of the ineffective leadership and the failure by those veterans appointed to the PVAC to advise about veteran affairs than the mayor and council president. This neglect is liken to leaving soldiers on the battle field and the refusal of a soldier to fight in the heat of the battle. “Those responsible for the city unreadiness are those veterans appointed by the mayor and council president.” With approximately 88,000 veterans living in Philadelphia and vicinity, with more coming home every day, it is shameful that:
a) There is no Director of Veterans Affairs Office serving the County/City of Philadelphia.
b) The city has no accountable, measurable, or publicized program to outreach, assist, facilitate or advocate for veterans and their families obtaining benefits for their patriotic and honorable service.
c) The City of Philadelphia has not used grants available under Senate Bill 915, PN 1436, Act 66 of 2007.
d) The City of Philadelphia has not conducted a formal needs assessment of their veteran citizens.
This state of unreadiness juxtaposed with the national realities put veterans in Philadelphia at a great disadvantage because:
• As many as 31,000 Iraq and Afghanistan veterans nationwide may have been improperly discharged for personality or adjustment disorders, even though they may be suffering from service-connected disabilities such as post-traumatic stress disorder or traumatic brain injury, the signature injury of the wars.
• According to DoD’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office, about 19,000 service members a year experience sexual assault, and the vast majority go unreported, in large measure because the victims believe nothing will be done or are afraid of retaliation or being labeled a troublemaker.
• On 3/25/2013 disability claims backlog hit 903,286, an increase of about 8 percent, or 7,448 claims, from the previous week. 70% of the claims in the current backlog, or 633,589 claims, had been sitting more than 125 days.
• VA is shamefully slow to help vets. Iraq & Afghanistan vets filing claims with the VA in New York, Philadelphia, or Los Angeles, you will wait an average of 600 days.
This state of veteran affairs in Philadelphia is one of the reasons why our organization is a veteran advocacy and service organization. In the coming days, it is more likely than not that the state of veteran affairs will become more stressful as more veterans return home to their families. PSHM encourage veteran self-help organizations to stay the course and continue to fight for the benefits they earned. There is relief on the horizon provided the veteran assistance community and our elected officials cover these gaps with direct liaison, facilitation, and engagement with the Veterans Administration.
It will be veterans themselves who will win this most important battle of veterans readjusting to civilian life if they continue to speak truth to power about the consequences of war and work proactively to strengthen the veterans support infrastructure in Philadlephia.
Welcome home hero, you’re not alone, Pointman got your 6!



Fighting Violence Against Women/Youth & Underprivileged – Empowering Women and Youth with Education and More!

As we rally to end violence against women, youth and underprivileged; I thank God I am in a land of Liberty. The land of the free and the brave. Laws are enacted to protect us, such as The Violence Against Women Act of 1994 (VAWA). Let Freedom Ring in America.

How fortunate we are! We can complain about racism. We can complain about affirmative action. We can complain about our rights to marry who we want. We can complain about our presidents, and say what we want of him. We can complain because we are FREE to do so; unlike some other people in other countries where the people are oppressed, and have no voice only  tyranny ensue them. So, it feels great to be Free ..LET FREEDOM RING!!….dsWalton


The Violence Against Women Act of 1994 (VAWA) is a United States federal law (Title IV, sec. 40001-40703 of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, H.R. 3355) signed as Pub.L. 103–322 by President Bill Clinton on September 13, 1994 (codified in part at 42 U.S.C. sections 13701 through 14040). The Act provides $1.6 billion toward investigation and prosecution of violent crimes against women, imposes automatic and mandatory restitution on those convicted, and allows civil redress in cases prosecutors chose to leave un-prosecuted. The Act also establishes the Office on Violence Against Women within the Department of Justice.


(CNN) — Could a newly released audio provide more clues on what led up to Michael Brown’s shooting death?  The FBI has questioned a man who says he recorded audio of gunfire at the time Brown was shot by Ferguson police on August 9. Forensic audio expert Paul Ginsberg analyzed the recording and said he detected at least 10 gunshots


Two gay men are executed in Iran, while community is witnessing the act in horror and sadness. In other countries such as U.S.A, gay men and women are protected by law and they are fighting for the freedom to Marry.  The majority of States in the U.S. have passed a law for the same sex partner to marry, now that’s a privilege! Gay men and women live to fight for their rights to marry in U.S while in other country they get hanged! #rise2endimpunity


ONE BILLION RISING “Rise Against Impunity”

One Billion Rising for Justice Live in Miami 

 On 14 February 2013, one billion people rose in 207 countries to dance and strike and say no to sexual violence. One Billion Rising was an expression of an urgent and deep desire of women and men across the planet to live without constant threat of violation, rape and attack. – See more at:     ONE BILLION RISING FOR JUSTICE is a global call to women survivors of violence and those who love them to gather safely in community outside places where they are entitled to justice – courthouses, police stations, government offices, school administration buildings, work places, sites of environmental injustice, military courts, embassies, places of worship, homes, or simply public gathering places where women deserve to feel safe but too often do not. It is a call to survivors to break the silence and release their stories – politically, spiritually, outrageously – through art, dance, marches, ritual, song, spoken word, testimonies and whatever way feels right.

dearall03 One Billion Rising was started in 2012 as part of the V-Day movement. V-Day is a global activist movement to end violence against women and girls. On February 14, 2013, V-Day’s 15th anniversary, activists, writers, workers. thinkers, celebrities and women and men across the world came together to demand an end at last to violence against women. I have listened over these weeks to the stories that have thrown so many of these girls into darkness-stories of a girl whose grandfather raped her and got her pregnant, stories of being exiled and expelled after rapes or even after having babies. Stories of being forced into prostitution and losing parents and living off the streets.



VIWIDA-USA was derived from its parent company MLANDEGE WOMEN DEVELOPMENT FUND (MLADEF), formerly known as VIWIDA-Tanzania, which was originally founded in 1995 in Tanzania, E. Africa. MLADEF focuses on coordinating health awareness for women to effectively combat against HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases, among other programs.


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Why do you need a pressure cooker?

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