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There are seven funds available with specific eligibility criteria. Please read the descriptions and criteria thoroughly before applying. All internships must be full time (approximately 40 hours per week) for at least eight weeks or 320 hours with a legally operating nonprofit organization, for profit employer, or government agency.

Class of 1965 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Internship Fund (MLK Fund) ($5,000)First years, sophomores or juniors from all majors, with high financial need and in good academic standing, may apply.

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The Great Lakes Career Ready Internship fund will pay $10 per hour for time worked at a high quality, off campus, and domestic internship that provides meaningful work experience related to the student major.

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Death and Neglect at Rikers Island Women’s Jail

Eichelberger writes: "After Judy Jean Caquias died in Rikers Island custody last year, her youngest sister received a box from her old apartment with all of her personal belongings. Her whole life distilled into a pile of odds and ends: pictures of family, old papers from school, an iron on patch of a woman with a rainbow flag flying."

A view of buildings at the Rikers Island penitentiary complex in New York on May 17, 2011. (photo: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images)

fter Judy Jean Caquias died in Rikers Island custody last year, her youngest sister received a box from her old apartment with all of her personal belongings. Her whole life distilled into a pile of odds and ends: pictures of family, old papers from school, an iron on patch of a woman with a rainbow flag flying. Yankees memorabilia, an Obama sticker, a political flier: "Demand housing for the homeless." A program for a community play she’d been cast in, and on the cover, a picture of her as a sad clown holding an American flag. And photos of herself: a grainy selfie she took in her bedroom wearing a gray tank top and gold chain, with close cut gray hair and reading glasses. Another where she’s a little thinner, in a white baseball cap and gray hoodie, eyebrows raised and mouth slightly open as if she’s about to say something.

On May 6 of last year, Caquias who everyone knew as Jackie was incarcerated at Rikers on a years old warrant for having missed drug court dates. She was a tough lady at 61, according to the defense lawyer in her criminal case. But she had a history of liver disease, including a bout of Hep C, and in her 20s and 30s she had been addicted to heroin, which can also cause liver damage. Jackie had done time before on drug related charges but that was long ago. "She was very frightened of spending time in jail after all that time out," her former lawyer Ilissa Brownstein says.

On Jackie’s second day at the Rose M. Singer Center, the island’s only women’s facility, the medical clinic ran lab tests that showed Jackie’s liver was severely stressed. Blood work two weeks later showed the same. Yet the doctors at Rikers didn’t send Jackie to a gastroenterologist for a liver exam. Instead, they prescribed her Tylenol 3 and iron, both dangerous for people with liver problems. The Tylenol 3 was discontinued after a week, but even after medical staff ordered the iron be stopped, the pharmacy continued dispensing it. Less than a month after Jackie arrived at Rose M. Singer, her system began to fail. She grew disoriented and delusional, and began
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New York City’s chief medical examiner listed Jackie’s cause of death as "complications of upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage complicating hepatic cirrhosis due to Hepatitis C due to chronic substance abuse," according to the medical expert. The New York State Commission of Correction, which conducts inmate mortality reviews, determined that Jackie’s cause of death was natural, and the city’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), in charge of overseeing Rikers medical care, reviewed Jackie’s case and closed it shortly after her death.

Both DOHMH and Corizon, the private company that runs medical services at Rikers, say that privacy law prohibits them from commenting on the medical care of individuals. Corizon says it is "deeply saddened by any death."

I asked several former Rose M. Singer inmates if they had known Jackie. When I asked Namala Conteh, there was silence on the line. Then the memory filtered back: "Oh my god, the one that passed away? Oh my you just reopened my wound again. The crazy thing is I I mmmmmm, fuck. It’s crazy. That Oh my god."

Conteh was there at the clinic when Jackie was finally taken in. "They were so neglectful," she says of the staff. "They had that blood all over their hands."

Jackie’s death appears to fit a pattern; a series of health care related deaths alongside the never ending reports of brutality in the Rikers men’s jails have dominated headlines in recent months. Last year, the AP reported that poor medical care at Rikers had helped precipitate at least 15 inmate deaths over the past five years. After medical staff failed to treat a 59 year old inmate for constipation, he died of complications from an infected bowel. Another man went into a diabetic coma and died within two days of being incarcerated. According to a complaint filed by his family, a 19 year old boy who complained of chest pain for seven months was never given an X ray and died in 2013 from a tear in his aorta. The New York Times recently detailed another death, that of Bradley Ballard, an inmate with schizophrenia and diabetes who died after being locked in his cell for six days without medication or running water.

But "women prisoners often get overlooked," says Amy Fettig, a senior counsel at the ACLU’s National Prison Project. The island’s women’s jail, known as Rosie, is home to about 600 of the 11,000 inmates at Rikers. "In some facilities you might not see beat ups, but you’ll see the violence of not receiving appropriate health care," she says. Medical records, inmate complaint data, and interviews with current and former inmates bear this out.

Pharmaceutical errors like the ones that may have contributed to Jackie’s death aren’t uncommon at Rosie. Between July of last year and April 2015, the Legal Aid Society the largest provider of legal services to the city’s poor received complaints from 17 Rosie inmates who said their prescriptions had gone unfilled or their meds were discontinued for no apparent reason. Two Rosie inmates The Intercept spoke with described recent instances in which they received the wrong medication or the wrong dosage.

Last September, Kim Midyett went down to the clinic because she was feeling sweaty and shaky. According to medical records, her blood sugar had plummeted. Midyett told a doctor that earlier that morning, a nurse had injected her with 12 units of insulin instead of the prescribed six. That’s not a trivial error, says Dr. Josiah Rich, a prison health care expert at Brown University. "The wrong dose of insulin can kill you."

Virdie Emmanuel, who landed on Rikers in January 2014, has dark circles under her eyes, a sweet smile and a grand larceny conviction. Emmanuel’s health problems began at age 10, when her appendix ruptured. By 20, she had Crohn’s disease and says she "basically lived at Mount Sinai [Hospital] for weeks at a time." The diseases and disorders kept piling up. Now, on top of Crohn’s, the 41 year old has rheumatoid arthritis, hypertension, fibromyalgia, morbid obesity, anemia, asthma, PTSD, anxiety and depression, according to medical records. By 2013, Emmanuel says she was buried in hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of medical bills. She was arrested for and pleaded guilty to charging $1.3 million worth of personal expenses to her employer’s account. Emmanuel says it was to pay off her medical debt.

Once in jail, her health began to deteriorate further. Emmanuel takes about a dozen pills a day
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After an inmate death in 2010, the New York State Commission of Correction ordered Corizon, which is the largest private correctional health care provider in the country, to evaluate why patients’ medications were often discontinued after admission. And in 2011, after another death, the commission demanded the company fix problems with its dispensation of psychotropic meds and review its pharmacists’ professional qualifications.

Corizon says its employees "work hard to provide our patients with appropriate care including providing all treatment and medication that is clinically indicated." And yet the company which services 345,000 inmates in 531 jails, prisons and detention facilities around the country has built itself a reputation for cutting costs and putting patients’ lives at risk. Corizon was reportedly sued 660 times for malpractice between 2008 and 2013, and has been implicated in class action lawsuits filed by the ACLU and the Southern Poverty Law Center. The company says its "patient population is highly litigious," and that the "existence of a suit is not necessarily indicative of quality of care or any wrongdoing."

New York City attempted to prevent the company from cutting corners when it hired Corizon’s corporate predecessor, Prison Health Services, in 2000. The city’s cost plus contract with the company keeps Corizon from skimping on lab tests or specialty care or prescriptions in order to jack up profits. And DOHMH provides heavy oversight of health care on the island.

But inmate medical care involves treating high volumes of very sick people in a grim and often can be hard for any jail health care operation. Since last fall, two Corizon staffers at Rikers have been arrested for smuggling contraband into the jail. In July 2010, a Rikers doctor was arrested for sexually abusing a female inmate. That same month, another doctor resigned over questions about the validity of his certification to provide medical care to inmates. And in 2000, before Corizon hired her, medical director Lisa Choleff had her license restricted for several years on a rare disciplinary action over charges of "gross negligence, gross incompetence and negligence, and incompetence on more than one occasion." She notes in her public profile at the New York State Department of Health that the disciplinary action "has now been resolved." She did not respond to a request for comment.

DOHMH notes that it conducts regular credentialing reviews of physicians and PAs. Corizon says its staff "have taken the same Hippocratic and nursing oaths as those in hospitals and medical facilities across the country."

The company emphasizes: "We consider it our mission to care for our patients as we would our own family." But at a recent city council hearing, Corizon’s chief medical officer, Dr. Calvin Johnson, was at a loss when a council member asked what specific reforms the company had recommended to improve care at Rikers in the wake of the recent string of deaths. Despite rephrasing the question six times, the council member never got a direct answer.

To get to Rikers, you have to wind your way to the top of Queens and then cross a long low bridge over Flushing Bay, which circles the island to the south. As Jackie crossed the bridge, she probably saw planes lifting off from LaGuardia for another coast or country rising over the wide bay, then over the mouth of the East River to the north of the island. She might have seen a diagonal of seagulls in the sky. She might have smelled the smell of the raw sewage overflow that empties into the bay after a rain before she headed toward the compound’s concentric fences and swirls of razor wire.

Jackie was arrested in Harlem last year while talking on the phone with her sister Daria Widing, waiting for a downtown bus. After a 2009 arrest for selling heroin, a judge had ordered Jackie to go to drug court, which required her to be free from painkillers. She was facing intense pain from an injured knee and back, and according to her former defense attorney, eventually decided to go back on her pain meds. A few months in, she started missing court dates and a warrant was issued. In May 2014, the police picked her up and Jackie was sentenced to jail.

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And she became an activist. Jackie joined the Young Lords, a Puerto Rican nationalist group that worked on police brutality, education, health care and tenants’ rights. In the late’70s, she and some friends launched a crisis intervention service for teens called HOTLINE Cares.Articles Connexes:

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Last September at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Henderson cast doubt on the sponsor’s future in NASCAR in the wake of a race manipulation scandal at Richmond International Raceway. NASCAR levied an unprecedented penalty on Michael Waltrip Racing drivers Bowyer, Martin Truex Jr. and Brian Vickers, but the sanctioning body issued lighter punishments to Team Penske and Front Row Motorsports.

NASCAR chairman Brian France also expanded the Chase for the Sprint Cup field to 13 drivers, which didn’t seem to please Henderson.

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Clint Bowyer (15) set off a chain reaction of controversy when he spun out late in Saturday night’s Sprint Cup race at Richmond International Raceway. NASCAR found that Bowyer and Michael Waltrip Racing teammate Brian Vickers manipulated the outcome under team orders. Bowyer, Vickers and teammate Martin Truex Jr. were each docked 50 points, and Michael Waltrip Racing was fined a NASCAR record $300,000.

"I’m not in charge," he said. " I wouldn’t change the rules in the middle of the season, but I think we’re OK.

"Last year was probably a learning experience for everybody. Obviously, they made some changes on how the Chase is done this year. So I don’t know Brian France personally. I haven’t talked to him. (NASCAR president) Mike Helton is a good guy, I’m sure they sat down in the offseason and figured out how do we structure this so it works going forward. Obviously, they made some pretty radical changes. So I think they got it."

EXTENSION: Bowyer, sponsor agree to three more years

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Primavera Sound is 15 years old. The festival in Barcelona has grown from a one day, one stage event to a gathering of music fans and professionals which now encompasses an entire week.

The expansion is, in part, inspired by Brighton’s The Great Escape festival. There are talks, debates and networking sessions for industry professionals to debate the what ifs of the musical future. Adam Ryan, programmer of the Brighton event, even appeared on a panel debating the growth in music festivals at this year’s event.

Not that the 50,000 punters who come to the beautiful Brutalist site in the northern tip of the Catalan city spend much time attending the delegation events. They come for the atmosphere, the setting and the music. They come to browse Rough Trade On Tour a huge tented market stall selling retro T shirts and vintage vinyl to meet old friends from previous years and to chat into the early morning and eat perritos (little hot dogs).

And, because Primavera has grown up much like Glastonbury, its supporters come whatever the line up.

Artists have the same approach. Shellac, the noise rock power trio formed by Steve Albini, have performed at Primavera ten times. This year they were out on the Adidas Originals Stage, where they thrashed through tracks from their first album for seven years, Dude Incredible. The title track was as tight as Albini’s Levi’s, with the main man screaming and delivering meaty, precise riffs over Todd Trainer’s charging drums.

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New songs from the 50 year old’s fourteenth studio album, Unrepentant Geraldines, felt like the sound of a feminist icon growing up. But it was classics The Waitress and Raspberry Swirl, those abstract tales of relationships made even darker with heavy programming and low end electronica, which brought the open air arena to its feet.

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If the locals didn’t catch the nuances of Williamson’s patter or get the cultural references to austerity Britain, they certainly understood the order when the band had seemingly finished and left the stage.

"Where the do you think you’re going?" screamed Williamson again and again as he stormed back on. The filthy, potty mouthed attitude was, somehow, a breath of fresh air.

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The Party Line, with its disco beat and 1980s lick, driving bass and glossy synths, set the tone for an upbeat, snappy set. Funny Little Frog sounded surprisingly fresh, but the highlight was The Boy With The Arab Strap, that classic title track from the group’s third and career defining record, with the crowd invited on stage to dance with Murdoch and his five bandmates.

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The Leeds quartet played the Heineken stage, which a night earlier had seen James Blake close the stage with his louche electronica and digital ballads making for mellow, slow paced set. Earlier, punk’s poet laureate Patti Smith had the best of the Friday dusk, and brought a band to play Horses in full. And, as the classic refrain of Gloria rang around the site and out to the sea, it felt like an anthem for the event’s 15 year birthday.Articles Connexes:

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Jeff Witters, a patient from Royal Oak, said he uses medical marijuana to deal with migraines following the removal of a non cancerous brain tumor.

"You’re well within your right to say no dispensaries but to punish individuals growing their own medical marijuana is wrong," Jacokes said. "I get the feeling the four commissioners are trying to impose their own moral values."

Two weeks ago the commission voted 4 3 in favor of the ban, which would prohibit all land uses in violation of federal law. Because the possession and use of marijuana is illegal under federal law, possession and use of medical marijuana would be a violation of the city’s zoning law.

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Rasor reminded his colleagues, particularly City Commissioner Chuck Semchena, that 63 percent Michigan voters and 72 percent of Royal Oak voters approved medical marijuana in 2008.

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Semchena’s response: "I support medical marijuana. I just don’t support the current (state) law."

He said the Michigan law doesn’t mention the word "house," doesn’t address dispensaries and allows patients and caregivers to grow quantities that exceed what a person needs.

"The excess will end up somewhere and that’s usually with people who make bad decisions." Semchena said.

He did vote in favor of extending a temporary moratorium on dispensaries, which was approved for another 120 days until mid February.

During that time, Capello said, "Hopefully we can get a better idea of what we want."

She wants to take another look at a Plan Commission recommendation to make two exceptions to the ban for patients one to allow qualified patients to grow their own medical marijuana in their homes and the other to allow registered caregivers to grow it
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Before the meeting, City Attorney David Gillam said if the ban had passed, anyone using medical marijuana in compliance with the state law would have been grandfathered in.

"Anyone who can establish this use was going on when the ordinance was adopted is considered to be legally non conforming," Gillam said.

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