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Minter Dialogue with Latia Curry After spending 20 years in communications, marketing, government, and the world of international NGOs, Latia Curry is now a Principal at RALLY, channeling her wide breadth of experience into laser-focused messaging, strategy, and campaigns. In this conversation, we discuss the objectives and challenges of inserting politics into your brand communications […]

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Whenever I go visit a historical church, there is generally some kind of fund raising action going on for the Church. I tend, thus, to think that the Church is in need of funds. In today’s world, therefore, it’s quite an interesting concept that a Church should be in a position to donate to charity […]

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Went to a seminar held by ANVIE in Paris. We discussed in general the changing landscape of the new media. Joseph Jaffe’s book “Life after the 30 second spot” was cited at the beginning, along with the Ries’ and Zyman’s book on the end of advertising (as we know it), to set the stage. You […]

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Yendi (my stunning wife) and I went to see “Sur la Route de Madison” (French version of Bridges over Madison County) at the Marigny Theatre. I’d explain it more as: I went to watch Yendi watch Alain Delon… and, as it turned out, it was also about Alain looking at Yendi on more than one […]

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Furrowing through an old newspaper lying about (“thelondonpaper” 21 Feb 2007), I read an article entitled “Pupil loses veil battle.” This polemic subject (integrating Muslims in Western cultures) is certainly grounds for much heated debate and one feels that one has to tread very lightly. This particular situation in London involved a 12-year-old Muslim girl […]

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