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Deion Sanders’ Jackson State debut takes strange turn after coach says personal items were ‘stolen’

Deion Sanders’ college football coaching debut Sunday ended badly, and then weirdly.

The Jackson State coach told reporters following his team’s game that his belongings had been taken from his stadium office. About an hour later, an unnamed university official told Jackson, Miss., TV station WAPT that the items were “misplaced” and then recovered.

Sanders, however, repeated that he had been robbed, going against Jackson State’s account. He also added that the thief was caught in the act.

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Is Your Employer Aware? The 7 Levels of Personal and Business Consciousness


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While the world is struggling to find answers to almost everything amidst uncertainty and the fall of deeply rooted paradigms, we are witnessing a pivotal moment for humanity that, although it is not known where it will lead, if you are prepared to take advantage of it, it can be an instance of growth like no other.

Beyond difficulties and conjunctures, we hear more and more talk about

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Deion Sanders says personal items were stolen from office during Jackson State coaching debut, later recovered

Pro Football Hall of Famer Deion Sanders said after his Jackson State coaching debut on Sunday that his personal items were stolen from the coaches’ office during the Tigers’ 53-0 victory over NAIA program Edward Waters, leading him to have “mixed emotions” about the day.

“For one, the kids played really well,” a visibly upset Sanders said during his postgame news conference, before continuing. “But while the game was going on, someone came in and stole every darn thing I have in the coaches’ office. Credit cards, wallet, watches. Thank god I had on my necklaces.”

Following Sanders’ news conference,

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Why We Love Sade’s Personal Style and How to Recreate It

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You would have no idea these timeless looks were from the ’80s and ’90s.

If you take style as seriously as we do—and thereby spend as many hours scrolling through fashion-related social media—you’ve no doubt stumbled across more than a few images on Instagram or Pinterest that depict the musician Sade, both her onstage looks and her off-duty ensembles. The catch being you may not have immediately realized that these images were not from today. In validation of her personal style’s timeless appeal, her sartorial choices are just as lauded today as they were decades prior—perhaps even more so.

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For Black tour guides in Savannah, the historical is personal

In the months before the coronavirus came to the United States, a flurry of viral negative reviews for guided tours of Southern homes and plantations sparked a debate on partisanship in the retelling of history. Expecting tours on architecture, some guests bemoaned what they called “lectures on the evils of slavery.” In Savannah, Ga. — where the tourism industry is king — Black historians, tour guides and museum employees say their main goal is finding a way to balance expectations with education.

Telfair Museums took a direct approach. In November 2018, Telfair completed its award-winning “Slavery and Freedom in Savannah”

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Alpen Introduces Personal Bike Storage

It has become a mantra on Treehugger that for the e-bike revolution to happen, we need “affordable bikes, good bike lanes, and a safe, secure place to park.” Most of the parking solutions we have shown on Treehugger, like the Oonee Mini, need corporate and government support because they are expensive and take up a lot of space. But a new e-bike can cost as much as an old car; it has to be locked securely, preferably out of sight.

That’s why the Alpen bike capsule is so interesting. It’s “built from virtually indestructible roto-molded polymer and equipped with an

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