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Jason Wilson: A portrait of community leadership | The GOODS

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Detroit’s Jason Wilson is a husband and father of two, and the founder and head instructor of the Cave of Adullam Transformational Training Academy, also known as CATTA. CATTA is a leadership and martial arts center where Wilson, through his years of mentoring and his experience in the arts of Aikibujutsu, Jiujitsu, Judo, Kempo, Short Staff Fighting and Combat Boxing, trains young men how to defend themselves and others, and above all, how to carry themselves with respect and treat others in kind.  

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5 must see Netflix shows for creatives - The GOODS

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Stories of fashion and design brought to you by Netflix

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Interns with intention: Educating a community through entrepreneurship - The GOODS

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23-year-old Central Michigan University student Brandon York is a man of purpose. Born in Detroit and raised in Wayne County, his family would later move to Flint by the time he was due to enter high school. After graduating from Grand Blanc High School in...

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Introducing “Unto Others”: An old adage. A new style.- The GOODS

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The golden rule long ago set the standard on how we should treat people in society. No matter your motivation, whether it be to avoid bad karma or to keep the rule of reciprocity going, doing unto others has been the underpinning philosophy for most, if not all of our social interactions. 

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