Cyntoia Brown could be a gifted litigator, professor Preston Shipp thought, as he discussed the moving parts of the criminal justice system with his 30 students. Inquisitive, engaged, able to parse a legal principle and trace its lineage, the 21-year-old Brown was unlike anyone he’d ever taught. It wasn’t just that she wrung every nugget of knowledge she could from her professor. It was her active, searching mind. Whenever Shipp played devil’s advocate supporting the prevailing model of mass incarceration, Cyntoia was the one student he could count on to pick holes in his argument. That set her apart from his students at Lipscomb University, undergrads whose attendance at chapel and Bible study is mandatory. But there was another reason Cyntoia was different. Unlike his Lipscomb students, whose futures were limitless, Shipp knew she would never become a litigator. That’s because the class he was teaching met behind the heavy steel doors of the Tennessee Prison for Women, inside fences strung with razor wire. By that spring of 2009, Cyntoia Brown had been locked up for nearly five years. Under the terms of her life sentence, she had about 45 to go before her term was up. It was the second year of the Lipscomb Initiative for Education, a free program that places 15 traditional Lipscomb undergrads — mostly from white, upper-middle-class Christian families — in the same class with 15 felons, convicted of crimes such as murder and armed robbery. The program was intended to … Video Rating: 5 / 5
VoteCinderella.com During the month of November, the Cinderella Project needs your vote to reach our goal of purchasing 100 plus size prom-appropriate gowns to distribute during prom season 2011. During the 2010 prom season we collected over 3000 dresses, but we collected less than 100 in sizes 14-26. Over half the girls that were referred to the project wore a size 14-26 and we want them to have the same amazing selection that the smaller girls do.
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Make sure you check out Prom Girl for a great selection of beautiful dresses! promgirl.com Here’s the dress featured in this video www.promgirl.com My links: youtube.com twitter.com kimmadams.tumblr.com http kimmadams.polyvore.com FTC – Dress was sent to me, however these are (as always) my 100% honest opinions! Thanks so much for watching! Teenage Heartbreak by Stephen Burns provided by www.freesoundtrackmusic.com Video Rating: 4 / 5
donatemydress.org – Donate Your Dress! http – More Details! Facebook.com – Become a Fan! Twitter.com – Follow Us! Hey hey, Dana Ward here for Clevver TV with the latest on celebrity do gooders and a certain Victorious star has justified herself once again! Victoria Justice has been named the 2012 spokesperson for the Donate My Dress campaign. The project is designed to encourage girls to donate their gently used prom and special occasion dresses to other gals who can’t afford to buy a gown of their own. Victoria recently tweeted QUOTE “SO honored 2 be this years spokesperson for @donatemydress !!” And she also said to Business that she’s stoked to be donating for the first time… and one lucky gal — and hopefully a Victoria Justice fan — will be grabbing up that Jill Stuart dress that she wore to the 2010 MTV VMAs. Pretty cool, huh? And remember that this is all in the name of a good cause, so if you have any dresses that you just can’t wear more than once — I mean, it happens for special occasion gowns sometimes, people — be sure to check out donatemydress.org for info on sharing the love — plus we’ve got a link in the info section below. We’re sending high-5s to Victoria for participating in this good cause and for helping get out the word. If you want more stories just like this one, be sure to follow us at twitter.com/clevvertv. I’m Dana Ward and as always, thanks for watching.
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This is a behind the scenes look at the photo shoot at the Hilton Hotel for the Princes Trust Charity Calendar which my dresses will appear in. Designers- Laura Barry,Carolyn Baxter Photographer- Brian Hayes Make Up Artists- Sarah Vieira Da Cruz. Emma Parker. www.sarahdacruz.com Models- Lauren Andrew, Cindy Shale, Sara Mclean.
Watch the whole thing to see pics of me and Mario with the celebs there, and for tons of hilarious vid clips and pictures! — I apologize for the fast that this video is not in HD, my editing program (WLMM) doesn’t allow me to save videos in HD with a lot of clips/music in it. — We had SUCH a blast, thank you, PromGirl! — PromGirl.com: www.promgirl.com — Mario’s Twitter: twitter.com Mario’s Tumblr: mariomouraa.tumblr.com Mario’s YouTube: www.youtube.com — tcb links: Twitter: twitter.com Tumblr: hayleyistcb.tumblr.com Facebook: www.facebook.com Video Rating: 4 / 5
Rihanna Time 100 Gala 2012—Pretty in Pink! bit.ly – Subscribe to ClevverStyle! Twitter.com – Follow Us! Rihanna ditched the bad girl look and went ultra girly for the Time 100 Gala. The mega-star sported a dress from Marchesa’s 2012 Resort Collection looking feminine and fit to be a princess—Rihanna made Time’s list of the top 100 for her influence on not only the music world, but fashion scene as well. While, this was definitely an out of the box choice for the star—the look proved to be a great look for Rihanna. The bold pink and full skirt could have most definitely taken a turn towards Prom, but Rihanna dressed up the look with the perfect amount of edge. The strapless bustier was such a unique cut, while the pink color really fared well against the stars complexion. Rihanna’s performance wasn’t the only thing that stuck out at the Gala—her hair and makeup proved to be a shining star. She’s ditched the blonde all together and back to her rich dark locks—which looked striking against the fuchsia dress. She definitely played down her hair and makeup—a great choice with a dress this loud. Rihanna kept her makeup simple with just a lined eye, simple mascara and a muted red lip. For accessories, Rihanna glammed up the look just a touch with chandelier earrings and a matching ring by Wilfredo Rosado—and to bring it all together, she sported simple pumps by Christian Louboutin. I’m Brianna Baxter for Red. Video Rating: 4 / 5