Cameron LNG export facility achieves full commercial operations

first_img A rendering of the Cameron LNG export project in the US. (Credit: Sempra Energy) Sempra LNG and its partners have achieved full commercial operations at the $10bn Cameron LNG export facility in Hackberry, Louisiana, US.This was after starting commercial operations of the third liquefaction train, which was commissioned in May 2020.Sempra LNG, which is a subsidiary of Sempra Energy, said that commercial operations of Train 3 mark the start of full run-rate earnings under the project’s tolling agreements. The company expects the Cameron LNG export facility to yield around $12bn of after-debt service cash flows for its parent firm during the 20-year contract period.The first and second LNG trains began commercial operations in August 2019 and February 2020, respectively.McDermott International and Chiyoda executed the engineering, procurement and construction of the three trains of the Cameron LNG export facility, under a $6bn contract awarded in 2014.Put together, the three liquefaction trains have an estimated export capacity of nearly 12 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) or about 1.7 billion cubic feet per day of LNG.So far, the LNG facility is said to have shipped around 100 cargoes totaling over six million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG).Sempra LNG CEO Justin Bird said: “At Sempra LNG, we set a goal of building the leading LNG export business in North America. With Cameron LNG moving to full commercial operations, we are one step closer to that goal.“We look forward to continuing to work with customers and partners around the world to achieve their energy transition goals.”Stakeholders in the Cameron LNG export facilitySempra Energy has an indirect stake of 50.2% of the Cameron LNG export facility. Its partners in the LNG project are affiliates of Total (16.6%), Mitsui & Co (16.6%), and Japan LNG Investment (16.6%), which is owned jointly by Mitsubishi and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK).The partners have embarked on a second phase of the Cameron LNG project, which had previously secured authorisation from the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Memorandums of understanding (MoUs) were signed by the partners for 100% of the offtake capacity of the second phase without any change in equity ownership. The milestone was achieved by the Cameron LNG export facility after starting commercial operations of the third liquefaction train, which was commissioned in May 2020last_img read more

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Indiana University of Medicine in Evansville Receives Large Donation

first_imgFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare Mitch AngleWeb ProducerMore Posts – WebsiteFollow Me:Twitter Indiana University of Medicine in Evansville Receives Large DonationAUGUST 2ND, 2018 MITCH ANGLE EVANSVILLE, INDIANAIndiana University School of Medicine in Evansville is receiving support from the Koch Foundation with a $2.5 million endowment.The gift will fund the Koch Chair in Medicine, which will be held by the associate dean and director of IU School of Medicine-Evansville. This comes as a landmark moment for the education of health professionals in Evansville.Programs from the IU School of Medicine, IU School of Dentistry, University of Evansville and University of Southern Indiana will be housed under one academic roof when the Stone Family Center for Health Sciences is dedicated on August 9th.“We’re extraordinarily grateful for the generosity of the Koch Foundation,” said Jay Hess, MD, PhD, MHSA, dean of IU School of Medicine. “Together, with the new building, this gift will be instrumental for attracting and supporting outstanding medical education leaders for Evansville.”The impact of the Koch Foundation’s gift will be doubled curtesy of the match that is part of For All: The Indiana University Bicentennial Campaign.Currently, IU School of Medicine-Evansville enrolls 66 medical students and is one of nine medical campuses that are part of the IU School of Medicine. TwitterFacebooklast_img read more

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OCPD Weekly Activity Report August 28 – September 3

first_imgSeptember 1, 2016: ThursdayCalls for service: 100Vehicle Stops: 18 Motor Vehicle Accidents: 2  Property Checks: 14  Alarms: 0The Police Department assisted with 6 fire and 6 EMS callsAssault W. 15th St., at 10:35amMotor vehicle accident, 24th St. & Haven Ave., at 10:47amMotor vehicle accident, 25th St. & Asbury Ave., at 11:16amBurglary, 1100 block West Ave., at 1:28pm August 29, 2016: Monday Calls for service: 118Vehicle Stops: 17 Motor Vehicle Accidents: 1 Property Checks:30 Alarms: 2The Police Department assisted with 4 Fire and 13 EMS callsWarrant, Bay Rd., one in custody, at 7:23amMotor vehicle accident, 800 block Moorlyn Terr., at 1:32pmFight, 300 block Haven Ave., at 4:10pmTheft, 2400 block West Ave., at 6:31pm August 31, 2016: WednesdayCalls for service: 103 Vehicle Stops: 17  Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0 Property Checks: 12  Alarms: 6The Police Department assisted with 10 fire and 9 EMS callsTheft, 1400 block Wesley Ave., at 11:30amTheft, 900 block Boardwalk, at 1:16pmTheft, 3300 block Wesley Ave., at 1:18pmDomestic violence, 500 block 32nd St., at 5:28pmAssault, 900 block Boardwalk, at 5:31pmTheft, 1200 block Boardwalk, at 8:38pmTheft, 900 block Boardwalk, at 9:47pm Bicycle riders must obey all motor vehicle laws similar to that of a motor vehicle. They must stop at stop signs, traffic lights and ride with the flow of traffic. Bicycle riders are not pedestrians and do not have the same right of way as a pedestrian when crossing the street at an intersection. September 2, 2016: FridayCalls for service: 118Vehicle Stops: 15 Motor Vehicle Accidents: 5 Property Checks: 29 Alarms: 5The Police Department assisted with 4 fire and 8 EMS callsThreats, Walnut Rd., at 9:52amMotor vehicle accident, 9th St. & Wesley Ave., at 11:53amMotor vehicle accident, 700 block Atlantic Ave., at 4:30pmMotor vehicle accident, Pine Rd., at 5:15pmMotor vehicle accident, 23rd St. & Simpson Ave., at 8:04pmCity Ordinance alcohol, 1000 block Beach, at 9:23pmMotor vehicle accident, 1200 block West Ave., at 10:48pm PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:Just a reminder that it is a violation of a City Ordinance to have dogs on the boardwalk anytime during the year.center_img September 3, 2016: SaturdayCalls for service: 111Vehicle Stops: 26 Motor Vehicle Accidents: 4 Property Checks: 28 Alarms: 5The Police Department assisted with 12 fire and 4 EMS callsMotor vehicle accident, 800 block 9th St., at 6:53amBurglary, 800 block Asbury Ave., at 10:29amMotor vehicle accident, 100 block 34th St., at 2:12pmMotor vehicle accident, 900 block Asbury Ave., at 2:57pmBurglary, Windsor Dr., at 3:38pmTheft, 800 block Brighton Pl., at 9:28pmMotor vehicle accident, 900 block Wesley Ave., at 9:41pm City Ordinance 87-17sec.4-32 prohibits any Boat/Trailer over 22 feet in overall length from being parked on a city street. Any boat/trailer less than 22 feet in overall length can only remain on a city street for three consecutive days. Officers will be issuing summons and towing boats/trailers for any observed violations. Calls for Service: 800        Daily Average: 114 August 28, 2016: Sunday Calls for service: 123Vehicle Stops: 21 Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0  Property Checks: 11  Alarms: 2The Police Department assisted with 11 Fire and 15 EMS callsTheft, 1200 block Boardwalk, at 10:24amDomestic violence, 2400 block Asbury Ave., at 10:42amTheft, 1200 block Boardwalk, at 12:35pmWarrant, 900 block Boardwalk, one in custody, at 1:45pmCDS, 1200 block Boardwalk, at 7:26pm August 30, 2016: TuesdayCalls for service: 125Vehicle Stops: 19 Motor Vehicle Accidents: 1   Property Checks: 23  Alarms: 4The Police Department assisted with 15 fire and 11 EMS callsCDS, 100 block Wesley Ave., one in custody, at 12:13amDomestic violence, 600 block Wesley Ave., at 1:58amTheft, 4200 block Asbury Ave., at 10:00amFraud, 200 block 4th St., at 11:26amMotor vehicle accident, 800 block 9th St., at 2:32pmTheft, 2200 block Bay Ave., at 4:35pmlast_img read more

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Yonder Mountain Announces Red Rocks Show With Drive-By Truckers And Pres Hall Jazz Band

first_imgYonder Mountain String Band will return to Red Rocks Amphitheatre this summer. Alongside southern soul rockers Drive-By Truckers and New Orleans’ famed Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Yonder’s Kinfolk community are primed for a special showing from the progressive string band on August 20th. Says YMSB banjo player Dave Johnston, “It’s hard to beat the feeling you get when you walk across the stage at Red Rocks — the otherworldliness of the landscape, the rush from the hometown crowd, and the sense of participating in something both unlikely and unusual, makes for a highlight without comparison.”Northwest String Summit Rounds Out An Incredible 2016 LineupYonder pre-sale tickets are scheduled to go on sale Wednesday, March 9 at 10 AM MST, with AEG/KBCO pre-sales to follow on March 10 at 10 AM. Public on sale finally begins this Friday, March 11 at 10 AM. More ticket information can be found at YMSB’s website here.last_img read more

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Winning the Red Queen’s Race with Kinetic Infrastructure

first_imgAre you running fast just to stay in the same place?In Lewis Carroll’s classic novel Through the Looking Glass, when Alice meets the Red Queen, she runs as fast as she can, but then realizes they remain under the same tree where they started.“You may call it nonsense if you like,” but the Red Queen’s race can be an all-too real experience in the data center.[1] You are evolving, not to gain advantage, but simply to stand still in a world that is constantly changing. Maintaining the status quo might help you survive, but you won’t thrive.You must constantly innovate to get aheadIf you want to get “somewhere else” you need to take the Red Queen’s advice, “you must run at least twice as fast as that.”[2] This is a good analogy to innovation in today’s business environment. With the digital economy, there can be no equilibrium, only unremitting innovation. Success will belong to those that continually innovate and transform through digitalization of their core businesses, implementation of new organizational and operational models, and investment in state-of-the-art technologies. This innovation is made real with IT modernization, architectures and infrastructure that will make you more nimble, intelligent, adaptive, and competitive. This is how to pull ahead.You must modernize to build the leadThe path to digital breaks all the traditional compute infrastructure that has been deployed over the last 10 to 15 years. Advanced technologies like data analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and deep learning (DL) require specific infrastructure resources that can grow and evolve alongside them.To support this wave of next-gen applications and workloads a modern infrastructure is required.[3] And to achieve a significant competitive advantage,[4] you need to invest in modernizing the compute [5] portion of this infrastructure to include:Scale-out architecture to support data-intensive workloads with very few resources in ways scale-up systems can’t.SSDs/NVMe,[6] and ultimately persistent memory[7], dominate storage because it delivers the faster, denser, and more reliable performance required by next-gen applications with better economics than spinning disk.Accelerators in forms like GPUs, FPGAs and ASICS are used to augment conventional CPUs to speed up workloads.[8]Open industry-standard APIs, like Redfish, replace complex and vulnerable traditional management interfaces.Foundation of trust, which means it is secure and highly available, with world-class support.This modern infrastructure scales to keep pace with business demands to enable faster time to market. It decreases complexity and downtime and provides a more secure and enduring foundation versus traditional hardware.[9] This is how you can put some distance between you and your competitors.You win with composable and kinetic infrastructureAs applications and workloads become more dynamic, infrastructures must become more dynamic as well. As interest has grown in a more modular, integrated, fluid infrastructure, attention has turned to composability.[10] With composable infrastructure, all the data center resources are essentially brought together into a single pool from which the applications can draw whatever they need to run most quickly and efficiently. When the resources are no longer needed, they are returned into the pool. This means a more optimized infrastructure for IT. There is no need to overprovision. There are no stranded assets.This is not about virtualizing the operating system (whether it be one for a server, a storage array, or a switch) to set it apart from the underlying hardware. Rather, it composes the compute, storage, and networking fabric to essentially create on-the-fly hardware capacity. It looks and feels like malleable bare metal. It breaks the tight coupling between CPUs and main and auxiliary memories.Dell EMC uses the term “kinetic” to describe true composability.[11] It includes not only a modular infrastructure design, but also goes deeper by extending the idea of composability to individual storage devices. Eventually, it will be expanded to memory-centric devices like a DRAM, persistent memory, and accelerators, which currently are trapped in the server.The new Dell EMC PowerEdge MX, kinetic infrastructure on modern server architecture allows for the composition of compute and storage resources through its built-in SAS infrastructure. Its unique “no mid-plane” design will enable the adoption of the latest interconnect technologies, like Gen-Z, IOs and CPUs as they become available. These technologies will enable full composability of all resources including new emerging “sub-microsecond class devices” like persistent memory.PowerEdge MX kinetic infrastructure that instantly responds, adapts and evolves with shifting needs, will keep you out in front in the Red Queen’s Race.[1] Lewis Carroll, “Through the Looking-Glass,” Chapter 2, 1872 (public domain)[2] Ibid[3] Dell EMC, Become A Digital Innovator, Modernize Your Infrastructure, December 2018[4] Forrester Consulting, Modern Compute Is The Foundation For Your IT Transformation, commissioned by Dell EMC and Intel, February 2018[5] Dell EMC, Igniting Innovation with PowerEdge Server Solutions[6] Solid state drives/non-volatile memory express (SSDs/NVMe)[7] Persistent memory is often referred to as storage class memory (SCM)[8] Graphics processing units (GPUs), field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs)[9] Forrester Consulting, Insights From Modernized IT: How To Achieve The Greatest Success As You Automate, commissioned by Dell EMC, November 2018[10] Dell EMC, What is Composability and Why It Matters to Your IT’s Efficiency (video), August 2018[11] Dell EMC, PowerEdge 101:  What is Kinetic Infrastructure & Why Does It Matter? 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Lesli Margherita Gets a New Husband as Matt Harrington Starts in Matilda

first_imgMatt Harrington joins the hit Broadway musical Matilda as Mr. Wormwood on March 4, replacing Tony winner Gabriel Ebert in the role. Harrington’s onstage spouse is of course played by Broadway.com’s own Looks Not Books video-blogger Queen Lesli Margherita. Harrington recently completed his run in the Shakespeare’s Globe productions of Twelfth Night and Richard III on Broadway. He additionally appeared in the 2012 production of Harvey on the Main Stem. The cast of Matilda also currently includes Paige Brady, Gabriella Pizzolo, Ripley Sobo, and Ava Ulloa in the title role, Chris Hoch as Miss Trunchbull, Jill Paice as Miss Honey and Karen Aldridge as Mrs. Phelps.  Lesli Margherita Related Shows Matilda View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 1, 2017 Star Fileslast_img read more

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Odds & Ends: See Emma Thompson’s Sweeney & More

first_img Tony Winner Michael Grandage’s Debut Film to Star Jude Law, Laura Linney & More Stage Vets We’re getting excited about renowned theater director Michael Grandage’s debut film already. Variety reports that stage and screen stars Jude Law, Laura Linney, Nicole Kidman, Dominic West, Guy Pearce and Colin Firth will all appear in Genius. Based on A. Scott Berg’s book, the script has been adapted by playwright and screenwriter John Logan and follows the true story of the relationship between distinguished editor Max Perkins and literary legend Thomas Wolfe. Broadway buffs will note that both Grandage and Logan won Tonys when they collaborated on Red. The movie will begin filming in October. Too soon to start predicting the 2016 Oscar race? Watch Emma Thompson’s Sweeney Are you ready to see Emma Thompson do her worst with those pies? The Oscar winner, along with Bryn Terfel, will appear on PBS’ Live from Lincoln Center tonight, September 26, in New York Philharmonic’s Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Watch the teaser below as the boys in the production, including Terfel and Christian Borle, talk about what it was like working with the British stage and screen star. Desperate to see the show live? All is not lost: Thompson and Terfel are set to reprise their roles in London next spring. View Comments Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Jason Robert Brown & Kelli O’Hara Talk Bridges’ Beginnings This is fascinating. Listen below as Jason Robert Brown talks about his Tony-winning score to A Bridges of Madison County and how Kelli O’Hara came to star in the show. The composer calls his former leading lady the “most expressive voice and most versatile performer in musical theater,” while O’Hara reveals that the music “fell right into my heart.” Ours too. We’re all missing the tuner, but we do, at least, have the original cast recording.last_img read more

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Odds & Ends: Jeremy Jordan’s a Rising Star & More

first_imgHere’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. The Wind in the Willows Finds Toad, Mole & Ratty We now know who will be joining narrator Alan Titchmarsh in the West End production of The Wind in the Willows. Martin Harvey will play Ratty, with Cris Penfold as Toad, Ira Mandela Siobhan as Badger and Sonya Cullingford as Mole. The production, directed and choreographed by Will Tuckett, makes its return to the West End after an Olivier Award-winning run last Christmas. The show will play a limited engagement at the Vaudeville Theatre from November 26 through January 17, 2015. View Comments Jeremy Jordan’s a Rising Star Jeremy Jordan has been a star to us for years, but Hollywood is now waking up to his many talents! The Tony nominee is set to receive this year’s Napa Valley Film Festival’s Rising Star Award after making big waves with, among his many projects, The Last 5 Years movie. Of course, the big question on the Great White Way’s mind right now is whether Jordan will end up leading the upcoming Finding Neverland or the Broadway-aimed Ever After. Maybe he’ll drop a few clues at his 54 Below solo show later this month. Whatever happens, we know that his star will shine brightly for not just five, but for many more years to come!center_img John Benjamin Hickey’s Hitched to Cate Blanchett Tony winner John Benjamin Hickey (The Normal Heart) has been tapped to appear in Truth, the movie about Dan Rather’s fall from grace. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hickey will play the husband of Rather’s producer, played by Cate Blanchett. The star-studded cast also includes Robert Redford, The Heidi Chronicles’ Elisabeth Moss and Topher Grace. Hugh Jackman’s Feeling Nuts Ice buckets? Yesterday’s celeb craze. The latest is crotch clutching. We’re not joking. It’s all in the aid of a good cause, naturally, this time raising awareness for testicular cancer. The River’s Hugh Jackman is just one of the latest stars to take part and you can check out a slowmo video of him feeling his nuts below. No, we can’t believe we just typed that either—happy weekend!last_img read more

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Fracking U.K.: Company plans ‘goodwill payments’ after earth tremors

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享BBC:Fracking has been suspended after it began in Little Plumpton in October 2018The energy firm Cuadrilla will make small “goodwill payments” to residents who claim their homes were damaged by an earthquake at its fracking site.Fracking, which extracts gas from shale rock, stopped at the Lancashire site after a 2.9-magnitude tremor in August.Cuadrilla boss Francis Egan said no “major damage” had been reported by locals near the Preston New Road site.But he said residents would get a few hundred pounds each to help with any redecorating.A number of earth tremors have happened at the site since fracking began in Little Plumpton in October 2018.On 26 August, residents reported being woken up by the 2.9 magnitude quake, which is more than 250 times bigger than the 0.5 limit placed by government rules.However, a report from the National Audit Office (NAO) found no evidence that prices would be lowered and said there was uncertainty over whether fracking could viably produce gas in meaningful quantities.Concerns have been expressed about risks to the environment and public health, and the adequacy of safety rules, the NAO said.Protests against fracking have been regularly held at the Little Plumpton site.Lancashire Constabulary reported that between 25 and 100 officers were directly involved in the policing of fracking sites every day between January 2017 and June 2019, at a cost of £11.8m.More: Fracking: Cuadrilla plans ‘goodwill payments’ after tremor Fracking U.K.: Company plans ‘goodwill payments’ after earth tremorslast_img read more

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Imani Lansiquot on cultural change, inspiring black athletes and interviewing Ebony Rainford-Brent | Athletics News

first_img Ebony Rainford-Brent reveals to Imani Lansiquot what she would change if she was aged 22 again! Heroic EbonyI had the pleasure of speaking with Ebony Rainford-Brent. Not only was it a huge honour to talk to one of my sporting heroes, but it was so eye-opening to gain greater insight into her story.I was taken aback by her determination, grit and ambition, and it was made even more empowering to find out that we came from similar south London backgrounds with Caribbean heritage.Ebony has experienced so many situations where she has had to be “the first” for women and black women in the world of cricket.Despite this, she seemed unfazed and took it all in her stride.She had a goal and wouldn’t let anything get in her way, and it never came into question where she was from, or the colour of her skin, and she let her performances do all the talking!Black History MonthKeep across all our features, news stories and video content on Sky Sports News and our Sky Sports platforms. Check out all our Black History Month content here Imani Lansiquot reflects on a “harrowing” year, the reawakening of the Black Lives Matter movement, interviewing Ebony Rainford-Brent and her dreams of helping to end “ingrained racism within our culture” By Mark AshendenLast Updated: 04/11/20 11:22pm Imani reveals how cricket has been inspirational in her family, while Ebony Rainford-Brent admits her passions for shot put! Evoking a change to culture requires consistent action and conversation over a long period of time. It requires a commitment to understand a topic that has no immediate solution or repair. It means turning conversations about negative experiences or ideologies into positive actionable goals.There is a rich history of black sporting icons being pioneers of “culture change”. From Mohammed Ali to Serena Williams, Lewis Hamilton to Ebony Rainford-Brent, we have seen time and time again how sport can greatly impact the conversation around racism.Alongside this, sport plays such a huge role in one of my favourite quotes: “if you can see it, you can be it”.From first-hand experience, seeing somebody who looks like you breaking boundaries and gaining success opens endless doors for young people who may not have believed they could. It actively changes the culture by influencing the next generation to aspire for more.I will feel accomplished in my sporting career if I can say that I played a part in changing the culture and continuing the conversations. – Advertisement – Ebony Rainford-Brent tells Imani Lansiquot you need to be brave to follow your heart and overcome fear to succeed Of course, medals and fast times will play a paramount role in my legacy, but what is also very close to my heart is ensuring that I am showing the next young black boy or girl coming up that the possibilities are endless and that their potential exists and matters.This Black History Month, of course, it is a time to celebrate positive black icons and understand that they play an integral role within the tapestry of all of our histories.But we should also understand that the culture-change doesn’t stop here. It is a long-term commitment to breaking the wheel, continuously educating ourselves and inspiring the younger versions of ourselves to know better and do better, no matter where you are from.How can we make real change?I am an avid believer that culture change has to start with the individual. We cannot wish for big changes in equality and diversity if we, as individuals, have not checked our own level of understanding.This starts with educating ourselves better on the contributions of black British history to our nation’s history as a whole.It is about understanding that this contribution is woven into our healthcare, our popular culture, our sports, our enterprise and so many other industries and not limiting this acknowledgement to just October.In the workplace, it is about recognising that diversity in the workplace goes beyond a “tick-box” exercise, but instead enriches and develops the future by bringing different backgrounds and opinions to the table. 2:16 Ebony Rainford-Brent reveals to Imani Lansiquot what she would change if she was aged 22 again! – Advertisement – Sport inspires unity, says Ebony Rainford-Brent who opens up to Imani Lansiquot on fighting for diversity and equality With Black History Month drawing to a close, British sprinter Imani Lansiquot is demanding more positive action that goes beyond hashtags as she dreams of medals on the track and inspiring cultural change off it.The 22-year-old Sky Sports Scholar opens her heart on the Black Lives Matter movement, inspiring and educating the next generation and how interviewing cricket legend and broadcaster Ebony Rainford-Brent has given her a big lift…The year 2020 has been an eye-opener to say the very least. A harsh light was shone onto current social affairs that both unified and divided parts of the country and forced us all to ask uncomfortably important questions that felt defining for the future.The reawakening of the Black Lives Matter movement this year was probably one of the most emotionally harrowing times I have ever had as a young black woman in the UK.The movement forced us all to face the reminder that while it may feel we have come a long way, we still have so far to go in terms of changing a culture and putting a stop to ingrained racism within our culture.In this, I feel it is so important for us all to remember that changing a culture goes beyond that ‘flash in the pan’ moment.It goes beyond posting a hashtag or black square on your social media account. It even goes beyond October’s Black History Month.center_img Sport inspires unity, says Ebony Rainford-Brent who opens up to Imani Lansiquot on fighting for diversity and equality 2:02 Ebony Rainford-Brent tells Imani Lansiquot you need to be brave to follow your heart and overcome fear to succeed 1:35 Imani reveals how cricket has been inspirational in her family, while Ebony Rainford-Brent admits her passions for shot put! – Advertisement – 2:09 – Advertisement –last_img read more

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