Words Pressed: a short biography

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Words Pressed: A Short Biography (£5.99) Also available on Audible audio (£3.69)
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by Jennifer Valentine-Miller

(Independent author & public relations manager)

“Many people say that words can express some things – Words Pressed says it all. With meticulous attention and creativity I can only believe that my presentation will make a leaf become a tree and petals take the shape of a mountain.”

“Completely one of the best publication I have actually read. Indeed, it is perform, nonetheless an interesting and amazing literature. Yourlifestyle span will likely transform when you complete reading this book.” (Mrs. Agustina Kemmer V)

Understanding London’s knife crime epidemic

Teenagers accounted for more than 1,000 admissions to hospital as a result of assaults with a knife or sharp object last year 2018, NHS figures show. Admissions for all injuries caused by an assault with knife or other sharp objects have gone up by almost a third since 2012-13, from 3,849 to 4,986 last year.

Doctors warned that high street sales of knives is helping to fuel the rise in stabbings, and called on retailers to do more to stem the tide of available weapons.

Admissions involving youngsters aged between 10 and 19 increased nearly twice as fast, with 656 hospital admissions in 2012-13 up to 1,012 last year – a rise of around 55%. (england.nhs.uk 2019)

“LONDON NEEDS YOU ALIVE – don’t carry a knife” https://www.croydonadvertiser.co.uk/news/croydon-news/how-brit-school-pupils-hoping-1175793

**The presentation below contains strong and explicit swear words**

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30 April 2019

BAME staff on the road to inclusion

Edited by Jennifer Valentine-Miller

“The NHS depends on black and minority ethnic staff to provide high quality, reliable and safe care to patients.” (The Guardian, 2018)

The creation of the NHS 70 years ago coincided with the beginning of a wave of immigration from the Commonwealth and colonies. The British Nationality Act of 1948 affirmed unrestricted movement within the Commonwealth. In 1962 Enoch Powell, the then Conservative health minister launched the Hospital Plan – which envisaged the NHS expanding due to a short supply of skilled staff. Because of their value to the Service their contribution was recognised.

Unfortunately, today many BME staff are experiencing a different NHS which is not as successful or rewarding compared to non-BME staff.

The NHS Leadership Academy state that they hold the principles of equality and inclusion at the heart of everything they do and all that they stand for – the NHS is a universal service and are committed to developing a leadership community which is representative of the groups they serve.

At least five things to remember about December time

At least five things to know about December

(1) The 25th December is not mentioned in the Bible.
(2) The Christmas tree was first introduced in 1800 England by Queen Charlotte.
(3) Green is a popular colour because it symbolizes warmth.
(4) You can both sow and reap harvest in December.
(5) Anxieties are high during this time of the year.

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Want to watch a movie?

In Tune is now available on both UK and US America Amazon Prime!
In Tune

In Tune follows the story of Jen, a professional violinist driven to succeed and distance herself from her less-than-perfect father. An injury and a desperate choice throw her into crisis and she must come to terms with the real meaning of the Father’s love.

Watch now and enjoy the award winning original song, “Made for the Ocean” written by Michael Farren, Dustin Smith and Alisa Turner and performed by Alisa, one of Integrity Music’s newest recording artists. It’s a song of surrender and renewed trust in the Lord. Healing Relations TV/PR received a credit for this film following on from its social media befriending service.

Epiphany: The film

Epiphany
Full interview with the co-producer Steve Levy conducted by The British Blacklist (TBB) (http://thebritishblacklist.co.uk/levy)

Epiphany is based on true events. Can you tell us a bit more about that and whose story this is?

SL: The first part of the story is my encounter with a young man called Lenny who I met in Brick Lane. He came from behind with a hoodie over his head and put his hand on my shoulder. As I turned to confront him thinking this was going to end badly, instead we engaged in a deep, meaningful and open conversation about his life, which ended with me praying for him, and him crying. This left me speechless and my heart filled with so much compassion for this young man. One act of kindness can make all the difference.
The second part is based on an ex-family member who was kidnapped by some youths, held in a warehouse and forced to give up his credit cards, eventually they let him go, but the whole event left him traumatised. His story stuck with me, so when I had my encounter with Lenny I thought somehow these two stories had synergy, and I was right.

What are your hopes for your film’s future?

SL: I hope the film goes on to make people think about the power of the Gospel and its ability to change lives. Also, to show my talents as a first-time film director/producer in the hope I will get investment to make a feature film or a Netflix series. I would like to spend the rest of my life making meaningful films that will impact the world and inspire the next generation of young filmmakers like my son. This one is for you Brandon.

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(film producers Susan and Steve Levy)