Donna Rice Hughes
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Donna Rice Hughes
Donna Rice Hughes is president and CEO of Enough Is Enough (EIE), an American non-profit organization in the anti-pornography movement, its link to the sexual exploitation and efforts to make the Internet safer for families and children.
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Roundabout: What's happening - Salisbury Post
Google News - over 5 years
20: Donna Hughes, no cover. www.thebluevine. com . 704-797-0093. The Inn, 1012 Mooresville Hwy 150 — Saturday, Aug. 20: Chasing the Son, Shield of Salvation and Four13. Open 7 pm-midnight Saturdays, free refreshments, air hockey, foosball, pool
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Lee Hughes - Times Record News
Google News - over 5 years
Funeral services will be held at 2 pm Monday, August 8, 2011, at the Chapel of Lunn Funeral Home, with Scotte Clark officiating assisted by Donna Hughes of Cleveland, Ohio. Burial will follow in Restland Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction
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The women left with bloated limbs when the body's plumbing goes haywire - Daily Mail
Google News - over 5 years
When sales manager Donna Hughes returned to her hotel room after a conference, she was tired after a long day on her feet and had been drinking afterwards with her colleagues. But nothing could have prepared her for the sight of her leg
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Detours to Prosperity - WOWT
Google News - over 5 years
Over at Mondo's Restaurant Donna Hughes says it is not just the number of cars and trucks but also where they're from. Donna Hughes says, "We've had Canada, the other day somebody from Texas, Florida." All those people are spending money up and down
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Birth Announcements - Pittsburg Morning Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Paternal grandparents are Jack Cagle, Crowburg, and Donna Hughes, Joplin. Maternal grandparents are Troy Willey, Bonner Springs, and Lena Fiegener, Fort Scott. Jonathan and Misty Unruh, Galena, have announced the birth of their daughter, Katie Taylor,
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2011 Carolina Music Awards nominations include Siler City bluegrass band Nu-Blu - Chatham Journal Weekly
Google News - over 5 years
Siler City, NC - The 2011 Carolina Music Awards announce nominations for bluegrass artists Nu-Blu (Country / Bluegrass / Americana Group of the Year), Donna Hughes (Female Mocalist of the Year), and Lonesome River Band (Country / Bluegrass / Americana
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Donna Hughes Joins Capitol/EMI Nashville As National Director/Radio Syndication - All Access Music Group
Google News - over 5 years
"Bringing DONNA on board is a huge score for the CAPITOL/EMI family,” said HODGES. “I have admired her work in the past and am eager for her to get started in this position that has no boundaries and limitless potential. Her enthusiasm for the music
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В США скончались пятеро пациентов больницы из-за торнадо - Comments.UA - информационный портал
Google News - almost 6 years
По словам медсестры Донны Хьюз (Donna Hughes), во время торнадо в региональном медцентре находились 183 пациента. Кокс отметила, что после завершения стихийного бедствия все больные были переведены в другие медучреждения. 22 мая торнадо диаметром около
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Five patients who died in Joplin hospital suffocated - Reuters
Google News - almost 6 years
Registered nurse Donna Hughes, who arrived at the hospital later, said another nurse told her that everyone's ears popped and all the windows blew out before the tornado got there. Hospital spokeswoman Joanne Cox confirmed that the five patients who
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Bluegrass will reign at FarmPark - Lexington Dispatch
Google News - almost 6 years
The national acts begin performing at noon Thursday with Donna Hughes. Don't fret if you missed it. She will perform again at 5 pm Other performers Thursday are: Josh Williams Band at 1 and 6 pm, Marshville Brigade at 2 and 7 pm, Russell Moore and
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Families: 'It doesn't bring them back' - Stamford Advocate
Google News - almost 6 years
Donna Hughes, whose husband, Paul, was killed in the World Trade Center, was watching "Brothers and Sisters" when ABC interrupted with the news. "I guess the hardest part for all of us is reliving that horrible day over and over again," Hughes said
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Event Calendar - Winston-Salem Journal
Google News - almost 6 years
DONNA HUGHES: 7:30 pm April 30, Archdale United Methodist Church, 11543 N. Main St., Archdale. Free. www.piedmontartists.wordpress.com. BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN DOCUMENTARY: "The Promise: The Making of Darkness on the Edge of Town" combines footage of 1976-78
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HAVENS | Fenwick Island, Del.; Pleasures of the Shore,With Little of the Froth
NYTimes - over 10 years
A WHITE stone lighthouse, 87 feet tall and 147 years old, stands silently at the southern tip of Fenwick Island, no more than 10 feet north of the border with Maryland. The lighthouse is the entry to what locals call ''slower lower'' Delaware. Unlike its noisier neighbor, Ocean City, Md., and the growing Delaware coast resort towns like Rehoboth
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THE 2004 CAMPAIGN: THE PRESIDENT; Bush Criticizes Castro and Human Trafficking
NYTimes - over 12 years
President Bush traveled Friday to Florida and West Virginia, states he narrowly won in 2000, giving a sober speech in downtown Tampa that condemned human trafficking as a form of slavery and stirring a raucous crowd here in the heart of Appalachia at a campaign rally. In Florida, Mr. Bush addressed a meeting organized by the Justice Department, its
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Stopping The Traffickers
NYTimes - about 13 years
When I was in Cambodia recently, writing about two teenage prostitutes whose freedom I had purchased, Srey Neth and Srey Mom, readers started sending me frantic e-mail along the lines of: I'll wire you some money if you'll free one for me, too. But buying sex slaves and freeing them is not a long-term solution. It helps individuals but risks
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A NATION CHALLENGED: THE VICTIMS; A Mr. Fix-It in Brooklyn, A Dedicated Traveler, A Model of Self-Discipline
NYTimes - about 15 years
Here are glimpses of some of the victims of the Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center. EUGENE WHELAN Guilty of Serial Hugging ''He was no saint!'' said Eugene Whelan's mother, Joan, her laughter bubbling up. ''Yeah, he could be a giant pain!'' her husband, Alfred, added, chuckling about the ninth of their 10 children. But examples eluded them.
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A NATION CHALLENGED: THE VICTIMS; A Mr. Fix-It in Brooklyn, A Dedicated Traveler, A Model of Self-Discipline
NYTimes - about 15 years
Here are glimpses of some of the victims of the Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center. EUGENE WHELAN Guilty of Serial Hugging ''He was no saint!'' said Eugene Whelan's mother, Joan, her laughter bubbling up. ''Yeah, he could be a giant pain!'' her husband, Alfred, added, chuckling about the ninth of their 10 children. But examples eluded them.
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Health Care Worker Shortage Is Felt Islandwide
NYTimes - about 16 years
SERIOUS staffing shortages at the Island's hospitals, nursing homes and home care agencies put patient safety and care at risk, industry executives and union officials say. Health care workers of all stripes are in short supply, from registered and licensed practical nurses and nurse's aides to respiratory therapists, operating room technicians and
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Donna Rice Hughes
    FIFTIES
  • 2012
    Age 54
    She is the executive producer, host and instructor of the Internet Safety 101 DVD series, which ran as a TV series on PBS, garnering Hughes an Emmy nomination in 2012 and the series an Emmy Award in 2013.
    More Details Hide Details Hughes has appeared as an Internet safety expert on numerous national broadcasts including Dateline, The Today Show, The O’Reilly Factor, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and 20/20.
  • FORTIES
  • 2006
    Age 48
    She also serves on various Internet safety advisory boards and task forces including the 2006 Virginia Attorney General’s Youth Internet Safety Task Force and the 2008 Internet Safety Technical Task Force, formed with MySpace and the U.S. Attorneys General.
    More Details Hide Details Beyond addressing the dangers of Internet pornography, Hughes has also spoken into the issue of privacy online, teen suicide and the impact of cyberbullying. She has received numerous awards including the National Law Center for Children and Families Annual Appreciation Award, and the "Protector of Children Award" and Media Impact Award from the National Abstinence Clearinghouse. Most recently, Hughes received the 2013 Women in Technology Leadership Award for "Social Impact."
  • 2002
    Age 44
    In 2002, Hughes began her tenure as President and CEO championing the organization's mission to make the Internet safer for children and families.
    More Details Hide Details The organization has produced an Internet Safety 101SM program with the Department of Justice and other partners.
  • 2000
    Age 42
    She co-wrote the story for the May 2000 season finale episode of Touched by an Angel that brought the message of Internet dangers and online safety to prime time television and won the Nielsen ratings for its time slot during the May sweeps period.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1996
    Age 38
    Hughes has testified before multiple congressional hearings on protecting children online. With Hughes playing a key role, Enough Is Enough supported Congress’ first attempt at extending to the Internet the same legal protections safeguarding minor children from pornography and sexual predators in the physical realm, the Communications Decency Act (CDA) of 1996, and others such as the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) and the Child Online Protection Act (COPA).
    More Details Hide Details She was appointed by Senator Trent Lott to serve on the COPA Commission and served as co-chair of the COPA Hearings on filtering/ratings/labeling technologies.
  • 1994
    Age 36
    There Rice married Jack Hughes, a businessman in May, 1994.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1987
    Age 29
    The enormous publicity generated by the Hart scandal resulted in numerous lucrative offers, and while Rice refused most – including one for an interview with Playboy magazine, an ABC movie of the week, book and magazine offers – she did appear in 1987 as the No Excuses jeans girl in commercials and advertisements for No Excuses jeans. "A month after the scandal broke, I tried to go back to work at the pharmaceutical company after a leave of absence.
    More Details Hide Details But because of all the publicity and resulting pressure and stress, I finally resigned." A month after the scandal broke, she began reconnecting with her Christian faith and then disappeared from the public eye for seven years. Rice lived in Los Angeles briefly, then moved to Washington, D.C. suburbs of Northern Virginia in the early 1990s.
    On May 8, 1987, a week after the story broke, Hart suspended his campaign after the Washington Post threatened to run a story about a woman Hart had dated while separated from his wife, and his wife and daughter became similar subjects of interest for tabloid newspapers.
    More Details Hide Details On the cover of its June 2, 1987 edition, the celebrity tabloid National Enquirer published a photograph of Rice sitting on Hart's lap. The pair were pictured on a dock, holding hands, during a yacht trip to Bimini that Hart, Rice and others took before he announced his campaign for President of the United States. Hart is wearing a t-shirt bearing the words Monkey Business, the name of the yacht. The photo was published alongside the headline "Gary Hart Asked Me to Marry Him". It was published weeks after Hart suspended his campaign, but has been subsequently collectively confused as the reason for Hart's exit. Both Rice and Hart have consistently denied that their relationship had been sexual, and have stated that they were just friends.
    She first became known as a key figure in a widely publicized 1987 political scandal that contributed to end the second campaign of former Senator Gary Hart for the Democratic Party nomination for President.
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  • 1986
    Age 28
    She also worked as a television commercial actress and appeared in a 1986 episode of the TV series Miami Vice as well as an episode of the soap opera One Life to Live, and played a secretary in the movie The Last Plane Out.
    More Details Hide Details Since 1994, when she became communications director and spokesperson for Enough Is Enough (EIE), an American secular nonpartisan non-profit organization whose mission is to make the Internet safer for families and children. Hughes has been an advocate and speaker on the issue of protecting children online.
  • 1984
    Age 26
    Having enjoyed a surprisingly strong campaign in 1984 against the eventual nominee, former Vice President Walter Mondale, he was widely perceived as a front-runner for the Democratic nomination in 1988.
    More Details Hide Details Shortly thereafter rumors began circulating about him being a "womanizer", leading the candidate to invite the media to observe his public behavior, and to also claim that anybody who did so would "be very bored." However, he never intended to invite reporters to be "skulking around in the shadows" of his home. Reporters for the Miami Herald, in a controversial move, stalked Rice on a flight from Miami to Washington, D.C., and then staked-out Hart's townhouse following a phone call from someone trying to sell pictures from the trip. There, the Herald 's Jim McGee saw Hart and Donna Rice return to Hart's townhouse. The Herald then reported that Rice had spent the night at Hart's residence, but later conceded that they had not watched the back door to know when she had left. Their story was published on the same day that his quotation appeared in The New York Times Magazine. The ensuing report sent the media into frenzy. While Hart contended that the reporters could have no knowledge of exactly when Rice arrived or why she was there, Rice declared the association had been innocent, and denied that she had slept at Hart's house, or that the relationship was sexual. Hart also denied the accuracy of the story.
  • 1980
    Age 22
    Rice graduated Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa from the University of South Carolina in 1980 as a biology major, where she was both an honors student and cheerleader.
    More Details Hide Details Donna Rice is married to Jack Hughes and has two grown step-children, Sean and Mindy, and three grandchildren. Rice has openly said she was a victim of date-rape "on the way to New York City by an older man who was involved with the pageant system, and lost my virginity at that time". She says the rape was "the turning point in my life, the catalyst that propelled me further into an unhealthy lifestyle". After she graduated from the university, she entered the Miss South Carolina World beauty pageant and won. She went to New York to compete nationally. Rice later moved to Miami, where she worked as a marketing representative for pharmaceutical giant Wyeth Laboratories in South Florida.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1958
    Age 0
    Born on January 7, 1958.
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