Brown leaves Newcastle Knights

first_imgPhoto Getty Images Caption: Former Newcastle Knights coach Nathan Brown The Knights announced last week that Brown’s time at the helm would come to an end after the 2019 season.However, the 46-year-old has left effective immediately, the Knights said in a statement on Tuesday.”The nib Newcastle Knights can confirm coach Nathan Brown has departed the club effective immediately,” a statement read.BREAKING NEWS: Nathan Brown to depart the club, effective immediately.https://t.co/6d06f0NSwT#GoHardGoKnights #20Knighteen— Newcastle Knights (@NRLKnights) August 27, 2019″This decision has been made in conjunction with Brown in the best interest of the club.”Kristian Woolf will take over as interim coach for the remainder of the 2019 season.”With two games remaining, Newcastle are 11th in the NRL ladder, three points behind eighth-placed Brisbane Broncos.last_img read more

24 Hours for Darfur User-Generated Video Campaign

first_img24 Hours for Darfur is a grassroots video advocacy campaign dedicated to ending the conflict in Darfur and promoting peace and security for the people living there. The goal is to collect thousands of personal video appeals from people all over the world. All appeals will be displayed on our website and sent directly to participant’s political representatives. On September 16, 2007 they screened 24 hours of rolling footage at a rally in front of the UN headquarters and at smaller events at halls of power throughout the world – all connected through a real-time online broadcast.Check out the hundreds of videos submitted! There are videos from US Presidential candidate John Edwards, Author Samantha Power, Actress Mia Farrow, two former United Nations Deputy Secretaries-General, two former United States Deputy Secretaries of State, and private citizens from around the world. You can speak out against genocide by submitting a video appeal of your own. Use a webcam to record a video right in your web browser, or upload a video you’ve recorded offline.You can learn more about Darfur at the website’s education section.Also that they are asking people to spread the word on Facebook by embedding one of their videos in your profile!Source: http://beth.typepad.com/beths_blog/2007/07/24-hours-for-da.htmllast_img read more