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Facebook - Eva Guidarini, Government & Politics Outreach - Platinum Level
Ingalls Information Security LLC - Lincoln Holton, Chief of Operations - Platinum Level
Bandura Cyber - Sydney Beckman, Sr. Marketing Operations Manager - Gold Level
Civix - Dale Hulsing, Senior Account Executive - Gold Level
CT Corporation - Garth Jacobson, Senior Government Relations Attorney - Gold Level
Dun & Bradstreet - Ibrahim Sejfovic , US Public Records Specialist - Gold Level
Election Systems & Software - Kathy Rogers, Sr. Vice Pres. of Govt. Relations - Gold Level
NIC - Ron Thornburgh, Senior Vice President - Gold Level
Smartmatic - Denis Bechac, Business Development Director - Gold Level
Voatz - Nimit Sawhney, Co-Founder & CEO - Gold Level
Alabama.gov - Marla Vickers, General Manager - Silver Level
Amazon Web Services - Michael Jackson, Leader, Public Health & US Elections - Silver Level
Ancestry - BrianPeterson, Sr. Acquisition/Relationship Manager - Silver Level
Atlassian - Jared Crommert, Sr. Marketing Coordinator - Silver Level
BPro Inc. - George Munro - Silver Level
Capitol Services, Inc. - John Robinson, President - Silver Level
Center for Internet Security - Aaron Wilson, Sr. Director of Election Security - Silver Level
Clear Ballot - Jordan Esten, Chief Executive Officer - Silver Level
COGENCY GLOBAL INC. - Bruce Jacobi, CEO - Silver Level
Comcast - Lyndsay Moyer, Government Affairs - Silver Level
CSC - Paul Hodnefield, Associate General Counsel - Silver Level
CyberDefenses - Keri LeBlanc, Marketing Director - Silver Level
CyberScout - Eric Hodge, Director of Solutions - Silver Level
Democracy Live - Bryan Finney, President - Silver Level
Dominion Voting Systems - Kay Stimson, Vice President, Government Affairs - Silver Level
ERS/ISC - Bryan Burnett, Strategic Advisor - Silver Level
Global Mobile - Lee Durham, CEO - Silver Level
Hart InterCivic - Peter Lichtenheld, Vice President of Operations - Silver Level
InCorp Services, Inc. - Isabel Burgos, Director of National Processing - Silver Level
Iron Mountain Government Solutions - Sherina Man, Director of Marketing, Public Sector - Silver Level
KNOWiNK - Londa Young, Sales Support - Silver Level
LegalZoom.com, Inc. - Nicole Miller, General Counsel - Silver Level
Microsoft Corporation - Kim Nelson, Exec. Director, State & Local Govt. Solutions - Silver Level
Northwest Registered Agent, LLC - Tom Glover, President - Silver Level
Notarize, Inc. - Nicole Booth, EVP, Public Affairs - Silver Level
OPEX Corporation - Colleen Ciak, VP of Marketing - Silver Level
Publicis Sapient - Victor Thomas, Engagement Manager - Silver Level
Runbeck Election Services, Inc. - James Suver, Vice Pres. Business Development - Silver Level
Stonewall Solutions - Kayla Mendes, Director of Operations - Silver Level
Tecuity Inc. - Nick Eskelson, Business Development - Silver Level
Thomson Reuters - Tom Leighton, Vice Pres. of Govt. Relations - Silver Level
Unisyn Voting Solutions, Inc. - Barry Herron, Director of Sales - Silver Level
Verizon - Amy Lee, Communications Lead, SLED Marketing - Silver Level
VOTEC - John Medcalf, CEO - Silver Level
Yubico, Inc. - Akiko Honda, Director, Global Events - Silver Level
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More Indoctrination of Youth in Minnesota Schools
Minnesota Police Association Says Book Used in Burnsville Class Encourages Children to Fear Officers as Racist.
The largest association of public safety officers in Minnesota says a best-selling children's book listed by state agencies as a resource for talking about race "encourages children to fear police officers as unfair, violent, and racist."
In a Friday letter to Gov. Tim Walz, Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Association's executive director BrianPeters requested the state stop recommending the book for instructing elementary students and asked for a follow-up conversation about the approval process for the book.
"Something Happened In Our Town: A Child's Story About Racial Injustice," published in 2018, is about the aftermath of a police officer shooting a Black man. Written by three psychologists, the picture book features two families - one Black and one white - who "talk about the shooting, about the history of racial injustice in the United States, and about how they can help break the pattern of racism," according to a description by publisher Magination Press.
But Peters wrote to Walz that "(l)anguage in this book leaves the impression unchecked that police officers routinely pull over, arrest, and kill black people without consequence."
He referred to passages in the book, including, "The cops shot him because he was Black;" "This pattern is being nice to White people and mean to Black people;" and "Cops stick up for each other. And they don't like Black men."
Peters continued in his letter: "There are worthy discussions for our state to have surrounding race and equity in society and what children can do to be part of a more just world. We absolutely support making stronger community connections and bring people together. But divisive language that leaves children with the false impression police officers are out to hurt people based on the color of their skin is defamatory, wrong, and harms genuine public safety efforts."