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Getting Away With Murder.<br />

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Americans are obsessed with the idea of murder. Our<br />

thirst for blood is reflected in our entertainment<br />

choices and our day-to-day reality, where, if you are<br />

shot, stabbed or bludgeoned to death, you don’t have<br />

the option of getting up and getting ready for your<br />

next part. If you get murdered – for real -- there is no<br />

reset button. It’s pretty much a GAME OVER type of<br />

deal. And, although our favorite and most chilling,<br />

weekly crime stories can tie up a case in one hour or<br />

less, or in the case of How To Get Away With Murder,<br />

drag it out for four seasons, in the USA approximately<br />

one third of all murders are cold cases with<br />

many of those cases going back for decades.<br />

According to the World Health Organization a murder<br />

is committed every 60 seconds.<br />

There are murderers in our midst. Walking, talking,<br />

working and sleeping with us are approximately<br />

200,000 killers. Plus, if you really want to get away<br />

with murder, then, Illinois would be the perfect place<br />

to commit a homicide.<br />

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Technology – Developers are continuous<br />

working on integrating tech and medicine<br />

to save lives. Around 610,000 people<br />

die of heart disease in the United<br />

States each year, making it the leading<br />

cause of death for both men and women.<br />

Now there’s a smartwatch that prevents<br />

heart-related conditions: iBeat features<br />

tiny micro sensors that monitors a user's<br />

heart rate for symptoms of a heart attack<br />

or cardiac arrest. These sensors can notify users and can even call 911,<br />

then utilizing its GPS for location tracking. Products like iBeat continue<br />

to change the way we look at cardiovascular disease and prevention.<br />

Media – Film and television production in <strong>Chicago</strong> is booming according<br />

to Robert Moskal, Directory of <strong>Chicago</strong> Film Office, who indicates<br />

that the office issued almost 2000 permits in 2016. With nine full seasoned<br />

series headquartered in the city, opportunities for vendors and<br />

talent is in high demand. Better get in now because expertise from<br />

around the world have their eyes focused on <strong>Chicago</strong>.<br />

Health – Although the enrollment period was cut by six weeks and the<br />

current administration cut outreach funding by 90%, ACA is still alive.<br />

Enrollment for 2018 Affordable Care Act (ACA / Obamacare) starts<br />

November 1 and ends December 15. Don’t miss it.<br />

Credit – On <strong>September</strong> 20 th a class-action lawsuit was filed in Atlanta,<br />

Georgia against Equifax alleging “that Equifax unduly put small business<br />

operators at risk in terms of the cost of Equifax business reports<br />

and the availability of credit and exposure to business identity theft,<br />

which often is directly linked to the personal creditworthiness of small<br />

business owners.” Consumers are permitted to obtain one free credit<br />

report annually, but businesses are required to pay $99 for their reports.<br />

The suit charges that Equifax is profiting off of their information without<br />

their knowledge of contents or accuracy.<br />

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<strong>Chicago</strong> – Beginning next year, <strong>Chicago</strong> police officers will undergo<br />

four hours of training on its revised use-of-force policy. The department<br />

plans to expand training to 40 hours a year for every officer beginning<br />

in 2021.<br />

Sports – Don’t they say think twice before you speak? After President<br />

Donald Trump's criticism of NFL players the number of protesters went<br />

from six players to 200 who sat, knelt or raised their fists. As the support<br />

on social media continues to grow for former San Francisco 49ers<br />

quarterback Colin Kaepernick, Nick Cannon is racking up the views<br />

with his video Stand For What?<br />

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John Rogers & Matt Feldman<br />

The Financial Services Pipeline<br />

(FSP) Initiative is ushering in two<br />

new co-chairs to help steer the direction<br />

of the program, carry out the<br />

organization’s mission and oversee<br />

overall strategy implementation.<br />

FSP Initiative was founded in 2013<br />

to address the lack of diversity in<br />

the financial services sector.<br />

John Rogers, Jr. Chairman and<br />

CEO of Ariel<br />

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and Matt<br />

Feldman,<br />

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Bank of <strong>Chicago</strong><br />

will serve as the cochairs<br />

and ambassadors<br />

for the CEO Leadership<br />

Council. They will join<br />

current co-chair Terry<br />

Mazany, formerly of The<br />

<strong>Chicago</strong> Community<br />

Trust, one of the founding<br />

member institutions of the<br />

FSP.<br />

Rogers and Feldman will assume<br />

the co-chair roles previously<br />

held by CEO Leadership<br />

Council co-chairs,<br />

Frederick Waddell, The Northern<br />

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Walker, Holland Capital Management,<br />

LLC. In their roles as cochairs,<br />

Rogers and Feldman will<br />

provide strategic oversight in connection<br />

with the initiative’s programming<br />

and fundraising. They<br />

will also work alongside industry<br />

leaders from a collective of approximately<br />

19 financial institutions<br />

to manage the initiative and push<br />


forward the FSP’s goal of increasing<br />

the pipeline of African-<br />

American and Latino talent in <strong>Chicago</strong>land’s<br />

financial services industry.<br />

“The work of the FSP is critical,”<br />

said Feldman. “The strategic imperative<br />

for diversity and inclusion<br />

is clear, particularly when viewed in<br />

light of the increasing diversity of<br />

the generation currently entering the<br />

workforce and those that will follow.<br />

An organization that does not<br />

recognize the reality of these changing<br />

demographics and adjust all of<br />

their business strategies to that reality<br />

will be left behind.”<br />

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said Rogers.<br />

“By focusing on retention<br />

and attrition, we<br />

can help to prepare the<br />

next generation of C-<br />

suite leaders and entrepreneurs<br />

who will go on<br />

to employ more people<br />

who look like them.”<br />

Rogers and Feldman’s<br />

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immediately as they prepare<br />

for the FSP’s 4th Annual<br />

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opportunity for all the FSP member<br />

organizations to address solutions to<br />

increase diversity in the financial<br />

industry due to recent stagnation in<br />

minority advancement. The private<br />

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Getting Away With Murder.<br />

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Why is the "clearance rate" for murders so low?<br />

According to most experts, investigations must be intensive, move fast,<br />

and be organized. In a crime’s aftermath, the first 48 to 72 hours are the<br />

most critical. But, in a metropolitan area, like <strong>Chicago</strong> or New Orleans,<br />

where the murder rate is high and non-stop, how can a department give<br />

its full attention to cold cases? And, when the case remains cold that<br />

means that murderer remains free and a threat.<br />

And, if only a fifth of the crimes committed are with legally registered<br />

weapons, then there’s a possible connection. What should be the penalty<br />

be for carrying an illegal firearm, given that statistics indicate that it is<br />

very likely that it will be involved in a violent crime?<br />

Also, police officials continue to insist that the community is the key to<br />

solving crimes. When we help and harbor murderers and keep hushed on<br />

crime, it is the same as giving our permission to remain under attack.<br />

But in that same vein, who can provide protection to those who testify?<br />

Who will be there to protect them and their families?<br />

Thomas K. Hargrove of the Murder Accountability Project states that,<br />

“Illinois trails all other states in catching killers.” Less than 40% of all<br />

homicide cases in Illinois are cleared. It is also reported that <strong>Chicago</strong><br />

faired far worst, as it only solved about <strong>30</strong> percent of its murder cases in<br />

2015. In a response to a question from The Scripps Howard News Service,<br />

Hargrove indicated that, “The astonishing and disturbing pattern in<br />

the FBI data set is the variation in how often murders get solved. There<br />

are places in America where it is statistically unlikely for a killer to be<br />

caught. If you want to get away with murder, go to places like Detroit,<br />

Phoenix, <strong>Chicago</strong> or New Orleans. If you want to get caught, kill somebody<br />

in Denver, San Diego or Philadelphia.”<br />

Those getting away with murder continue to be a threat to society.<br />

They’ve taken away the life and liberty of so many. Maybe we are the<br />

key to halting the alarming rate of unsolved murders. Look to your left.<br />

Look to your right. Look across the dinner table. Look in the mirror. You<br />

may just see a murderer.<br />

Sonja Cassandra Perdue is Associate Publisher for <strong>Chicago</strong> <strong>Street</strong><br />

<strong>Journal</strong> and Founder of <strong>Chicago</strong>’s Black Business Network.<br />

With the number of cold cases reaching into the six figures, it is certainly<br />

possible that via our sixth degree that we are all either related to or know<br />

a murder.<br />

Just a few murder stats for you murder fans.<br />

A recent Center for Disease Control report indicates that 93 percent<br />

of female murder victims were killed by former or current husbands,<br />

boyfriends or lovers.<br />

Over 90 percent of Black Americans are murdered by other Black<br />

Americans.<br />

Because of the increase in transgender deaths by murder, the community<br />

is calling upon reporting agencies to enhance their tracking<br />

methods and to begin keeping an accurate count of the number of<br />

murders.<br />

Police killed at least <strong>30</strong>9 Black people in the U.S. in 2016.<br />

21 toddlers were shooters.<br />

The World Health Organization states one person commits suicide about<br />

every 40 seconds. This may well indicate that for some of us, we are our<br />

own greatest danger.<br />

With the call for major changes in the US immigration laws, you would<br />

certainly think that the stats would weigh in heavily on keeping the terrorist<br />

away from all of us. But, according to the New America Foundation,<br />

jihadists killed 94 people inside the United States between 2005 and<br />

2015. During that same time period, <strong>30</strong>1,797 people in the US were shot<br />

dead, Politifact reports. According to data compiled from the Centers for<br />

Disease Control, more people killed themselves by falling out of bed during<br />

the same period (737) than were killed by Islamic jihadists.<br />

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$255K in Funding from General Motors<br />

Detroit, MI — Black Girls Code, a non-profit organization that<br />

aims to increase the number of women of color in the digital<br />

space, has announced a partnership with General Motors, which<br />

includes a generous donation of $255,000. The funding will be<br />

used to launch and maintain a local chapter of the organization<br />

in the Detroit metro area.<br />

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This partnership aims to increase interest in STEM career fields<br />

for girls of color. Women of color are traditionally underrepresented<br />

in STEM fields, especially in technology. Only 3 percent<br />

of African-American women and less than 1 percent of Latinas<br />

receive degrees in computer science.<br />

Kimberly Bryant, CEO of Black Girls Code, comments,<br />

“Although we’ve hosted workshops in the area off and on since<br />

2012, we are thrilled to officially launch a Black Girls CODE<br />

chapter in Detroit with the support of GM and other corporate<br />

and community partners like Comcast and Wayne State University.<br />

“Our regular programming, launching this fall, will lay a foundation<br />

to fully engage girls of color in Detroit and is designed to<br />

inspire them to continue their paths as future STEM professionals,”<br />

she adds.<br />

Since their launch in April 2011, Black Girls Code has had the<br />

ultimate goal to provide African-American youth with the skills<br />

to occupy some of the 1.4 million computing job openings expected<br />

to be available in the U.S. by 2020, and to train 1 million<br />

girls by 2040.<br />

The organization was recently offered a $125,000 donation from<br />

Uber, but Bryant politely turned it down because she says she<br />

felt that it was just a PR stunt meant to distract people from<br />

Uber’s dismal track record on diversity issues. She then went<br />

and raised $150,000 for the organization through crowdfunding.<br />

For more details about the organization, visit<br />

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Amazon Opens Search for<br />

Amazon HQ2 – A Second<br />

Headquarters City in North<br />

America<br />

New headquarters will be a full equal to Amazon’s headquarters<br />

in Seattle, and is expected to grow to 50,000 employees<br />

as part of the company’s ongoing job creation<br />

Amazon plans to invest over $5 million in construction and<br />

operation of Amazon HQ2<br />

In addition to Amazon’s direct hiring and investment, construction<br />

and operation of Amazon HQ2 is expected to create<br />

tens of thousands of jobs in construction and related<br />

industries, and generate tens of billions of dollars in additional<br />

investment in the city where HQ2 is located<br />

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—Amazon today announced plans to open Amazon HQ2, a<br />

second company headquarters in . expects to invest over in<br />

construction and grow this second headquarters to include<br />

as many as 50,000 high-paying jobs. In addition to Amazon’s<br />

direct hiring and investment, construction and ongoing<br />

operation of Amazon HQ2 is expected to create tens of<br />

thousands of additional jobs and tens of billions of dollars<br />

in additional investment in the surrounding community. is<br />

opening the Amazon HQ2 Request for Proposal (“RFP”)<br />

now, and local and state government leaders interested in<br />

learning more about how they can bring to their community<br />

can visit www.amazon.com/amazonHQ2.<br />

Amazon estimates its investments in from 2010 through<br />

2016 resulted in an additional to the city’s economy –<br />

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Communities that think big and creatively when considering<br />

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With more than 380,000 employees worldwide, Amazon<br />

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#2 on Fortune’s World’s Most Admired Companies, #1 on<br />

The Harris Poll’s Corporate Reputation survey, and #2 on<br />

LinkedIn’s U.S. most desirable companies list. Amazon<br />

was also recently included in the Military Times’ Best for<br />

Vets list of companies committed to providing opportunities<br />

for military veterans.<br />

“We expect HQ2 to be a full equal to our headquarters,”<br />

said Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and CEO. “Amazon HQ2<br />

will bring billions of dollars in up-front and ongoing investments,<br />

and tens of thousands of high-paying jobs. We’re<br />

excited to find a second home.”<br />

In choosing the location for HQ2, Amazon has a preference<br />

for:<br />

Metropolitan areas with more than one million people<br />

A similar layout to Amazon’s campus<br />

A development-prepped site. We want to encourage<br />

states and communities to think creatively for viable<br />

real estate options, while not negatively affecting<br />

our preferred timeline.<br />

Amazon HQ2 will be a complete headquarters for – not a<br />

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HQ2, and will also let existing senior leaders across the<br />

company decide whether to locate their teams in HQ1,<br />

HQ2 or both. The company expects that employees who<br />

are currently working in HQ1 can choose to continue working<br />

there, or they could have an opportunity to move if they<br />

would prefer to be located in HQ2.<br />

To learn more about Amazon’s current headquarters, plans<br />

for Amazon HQ2, and to submit a proposal, visit<br />

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