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“COPY” Projects “COPY” Area: 400 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project ArchDaily Lo Contador House / GNP ArquitectosSave this projectSaveLo Contador House / GNP Arquitectos Save this picture!© Sebastián Sepúlveda Vidal+ 43 Share Lo Contador House / GNP Arquitectos Chile CopyHouses, Renovation•Providencia, Chile Materiality:Metal, decking plate slab structure, EIFS Exterior insulation in walls and roof projected polyurethane. Outer skin dry pine wood treated and painted with enamel.Building Company:DA construccionesCalculation Engineer:BWV IngenierosSoftware:Autocad 2d – 3d, Photoshop, 3D studioArchitect In Charge:Gabriel Navarrete ParraCity:ProvidenciaCountry:ChileMore SpecsLess SpecsText description provided by the architects. SUBSTANTIATIONThe main intention of this house renovation project was to create an area of a main and dominant garden (nonexistent due to the original location of the house) and at the same time highlight and enhance the situation of confrontation to the hill, originally ignored. Save this picture!© Sebastián Sepúlveda VidalCOMPOSICION AND DEVELOPMENTIn that order, the demolition of 60% of the original house was considered bailing only a parallelepiped volume with gabled roof, which it was used as the module compositional project. A second outer skin of wood sticks was disposed to cover all this original volume. With the intention of generating, on the one hand, the desired volumetric reading element and on the other, a ventilated facade (poorly thermal insulation in original house) Save this picture!DiagramThe project was composed using 3 volumes; ground floor 1 original volume + volume second floor turned to the view that dominates + new volume ground floor, turned over prior to maintain independent reading of the 3 elements.DESIGN PRINCIPLESSpecial emphasis was placed on the coherence between the exterior and the interior, both volumetric reading and its spatiality. Showing up in the interior the volumes spanning from the outside and inside roof respecting the original configuration module.Save this picture!© Sebastián Sepúlveda VidalIn this sense at the meeting of the 3 volumes it is evidenced both outside and inside, by a double-height space formed by the three geometries, which constitutes the geometric articulator facing access and containing the stair way also became the functional articulator of the house.Save this picture!PlanThe outer skin of wood sticks allows not only have a ventilated facade but also generate reading an entire volume that makes both wall and ceiling, in a simple and recognizable geometry but with a visual texture that enriches the experience of the approach by discovering the details.Save this picture!© Sebastián Sepúlveda VidalProject gallerySee allShow lessBusiness School Atrium Extension / IO StudioSelected ProjectsOMA to Realize First Manhattan Building with Toll BrothersArchitecture News Share CopyAbout this officeGNP ArquitectosOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentRenovationProvidenciaChilePublished on April 15, 2016Cite: “Lo Contador House / GNP Arquitectos” 15 Apr 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Save this picture!Courtesy of Yellow Cloud Studio+ 26Curated by Paula Pintos Share Architects: Yellow Cloud Studio Area Area of this architecture project Year: United Kingdom CopyHouses•London, United Kingdom Glyn House / Yellow Cloud StudioSave this projectSaveGlyn House / Yellow Cloud Studio Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project “COPY” H Quality Construction Ltd Projects ArchDaily Construction: Glyn House / Yellow Cloud Studio 2020 Area: 45 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeYellow Cloud StudioOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesEnglandLondonUnited KingdomPublished on August 15, 2020Cite: “Glyn House / Yellow Cloud Studio” 15 Aug 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
Facebook Twitter Dairyland Seed® is offering growers nine new Enlist E3® soybeans for planting in 2021. Relative maturities (RM) range from 0.6 to 3.5 to meet growing conditions from the Dakotas to Michigan and Indiana. All products contain leading trait technology to manage the toughest weeds.“Our new Enlist E3 soybeans offer the most advanced trait technology available with tolerance to 2,4-D choline, glyphosate and glufosinate,” says Rod Moran, Dairyland Seed soybean leader. “By controlling yield-robbing weeds, the Enlist™ weed control system helps protect the yield potential of these exciting new products.”The nine new Dairyland Seed Enlist E3 soybean varieties include:DSR-0645E™ ─ A 0.6 RM, this soybean provides early-season planting options with the Rps3a gene for Phytophthora root rot (PRR) resistance. DSR-0645E brings new genetics with good emergence and strong resistance to soybean cyst nematode (SCN).DSR-0920E™ ─ Rated at 0.9 RM, DSR-0920E yields extremely well in better environments and has strong PRR field tolerance, emergence and standability.DSR-2112E™ ─ This 2.1 RM soybean has impressive yield potential, especially under field conditions that maximize emergence and early vigor. DSR-2112E shows dependable PRR field tolerance and brown stem rot protection.DSR-2424E™ ─ A new SCN variety with Peking resistance fits fields where iron deficiency chlorosis (IDC) is a concern. Trials show steady year-over-year performance and yield potential in this 2.4 RM soybean.DSR-2590E™ ─ This 2.5 RM release brings defense against IDC and sudden death syndrome (SDS), along with high tolerance to brown stem rot. It has a wide area of adaptation.DSR-2640E™ ─ Rated at 2.6 RM, this soybean offers top-end yield potential with good tolerance to IDC and average SDS tolerance. DSR-2640E stands well in extended harvest situations.DSR-2999E™ ─ This impressive new 2.9 RM soybean combines dependable emergence with excellent tolerance to frogeye leaf spot and strong stem canker resistance.DSR-3256E™ ─ At 3.2 RM, DSR-3256E has the STS® gene, improving tolerance to ALS-inhibitor herbicides for greater weed control flexibility. Expect average white mold and SDS tolerance with good yield potential.DSR-3587E™ ─ A strong-emerging 3.5 RM soybean offers high tolerance to brown stem rot, as well as strong PRR field tolerance. DSR-3587E is widely adaptable across environments.These nine new products are part of the full Dairyland Seed soybean portfolio that includes a total of 26 Enlist E3 soybean varieties and three conventional soybean varieties. For more information on these and other Dairyland Seed products, contact your seed dealer or visit www.dairylandseed.com. By Hoosier Ag Today – Sep 15, 2020 Previous articleDry August Could Cause Stalk, Shaft Integrity Issues At Harvest on the HAT Tuesday PodcastNext articleAgriNovus Indiana Launches Field Atlas to Empower Students to Explore Careers in Agbioscience Hoosier Ag Today Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Dairyland Seed® Introduces Nine New Enlist E3® Soybeans SHARE Dairyland Seed® Introduces Nine New Enlist E3® Soybeans SHARE
Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Community News Business News Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Make a comment Subscribe Events Previews Former Black Panther Party Members Will Speak On the “Misunderstood History” of the Black Panther Movement STAFF REPORT Published on Thursday, February 20, 2020 | 6:14 am Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Top of the News More Cool Stuff EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS 9 recommendedShareShareTweetSharePin it First Heatwave Expected Next Week HerbeautyYou Can’t Go Past Our Healthy Quick RecipesHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHere Is What Scientists Say Will Happen When You Eat AvocadosHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty7 Most Startling Movie Moments We Didn’t Realize Were InsensitiveHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Lies You Should Stop Telling Yourself Right NowHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Strong Female TV Characters Who Deserve To Have A SpinoffHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Lies You Should Stop Telling Yourself Right NowHerbeautyHerbeauty faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy On Tuesday, February 25, beginning at 3:30 p.m. Black Panther Party members Henry “Hank” Jones and Gene Washington will speak on what they feel is the misunderstood history of the Black Panther movement and the free programs the movement provided which benefited local communities.Jones had been a community organizer before he joined the Black Panther Party in San Francisco/Oakland. Washington joined the party in 1970 and worked with the liberation schools and black student unions in south L.A. They believed in the Panthers’ social programs; the Free Children’s Breakfast Program (something similar now exists in schools all around the nation), free medical clinics, free schooling, free clothing, and “decent” housing, which were all part of the Black Panther’s Ten Point Plan.The Black Panther Party (BPP), originally called the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, was a revolutionary political organization founded by Bobby Seale and Huey Newton in October 1966 in Oakland, California. The party was active in the United States from 1966 until 1982, with chapters in numerous major cities, and international chapters in the United Kingdom in the early 1970s, and in Algeria from 1969 to 1972.At its inception on October 15, 1966, the Black Panther Party’s core practice was its armed citizens’ patrols (“copwatching”) to monitor the behavior of officers of the Oakland Police Department and challenge what they saw as police brutality in the city.In 1969, a variety of community social programs became a core activity.The Party instituted the Free Breakfast for Children Programs to address what it viewed as “food injustice,” and community health clinics for education and treatment of diseases including sickle cell anemia, tuberculosis, and later, HIV/AIDS.The Party’s history is controversial. Scholars have characterized the Black Panther Party as the most influential black movement organization of the late 1960s, and “the strongest link between the domestic Black Liberation Struggle and global opponents of American imperialism”.Other commentators have described the Party as more criminal than political, characterized by “defiant posturing over substance”.This event is free and open to the public and will be held at the Hastings Ranch Branch Library, 3325 E. Orange Grove Blvd. For more information call (626) 744-7262 or visit www.cityofpasadena.net/library. Community News
Previous articleGrandmother’s intentions for LimerickNext articleULSU president adopts Anchorman welcome for new students Liam Togherhttp://www.limerickpost.ieLiam joined the Limerick Post in December 2012, having previously worked in other local media organisations. He holds an MA in Journalism from the University of Limerick and is particularly interested in sports writing. New high-end jobs for Shannon Discover the wonders of Limerick during Heritage Week Only re-integration will solve Shannon Airport crisis RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSBrian BorúClareClare County CouncilCllr John CroweheritageHoly IslandInis CealtraLough DergMountshannon Print Email Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow Facebook Advertisement NewsClare County Council to purchase Holy IslandBy Liam Togher – September 10, 2014 839 Linkedin Is Aer Lingus taking flight from Shannon? Twitter CLARE County Council has confirmed that it is an advanced stage of negotiations to secure the purchase of Holy Island (Inis Cealtra) on Lough Derg.Holy Island is considered to be of the most important historical and ecclesiastical sites in Ireland, has historical links to Brian Ború and is known throughout East Clare as the ‘Jewel of the Lough’.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The ruins and buildings still standing on the 50-acre island date back as far as the 7th century when the monastic site was established by St Caimin. Buildings on the island include a 24-metre high Round Tower, an Oratory and a number of churches. The island lies close to the village of Mountshannon and is on the UNESCO World Heritage site tentative list as an Early Medieval Monastic site along with Clonmacnoise, Durrow, Glendalough, Kells and Monasterboice.Mayor of Clare Cllr John Crowe is pleased that discussions are at an advanced stage and said he is “confident the acquisition of this important site can be completed.”The Clare County Council Cathaoirleach said: “I briefed the Tourism Minister, Pascal Donohue TD, on the current status during his recent visit to Clare and I also have been in contact with the Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht and the Minister of State with responsibility for the Office of Public Works who already own land on the island.“It would be tremendous to secure public ownership of Holy Island this year, considering it is the millennial anniversary of the death of Brian Ború. My Council colleagues as well as Clare’s six Oireachtas members are very supportive of public ownership of this important site.” WhatsApp Shannon Chamber Webinar to help people cope with the stresses of COVID-19
Local News Facebook By admin – March 8, 2018 Twitter UTPB logo, USE THIS ONE Junior recital features UTPB music student WhatsApp Twitter Facebook WhatsApp Pinterest Pinterest Junior Recital: Jennifer Hall, violinThe University of Texas of the Permian Basin Music Department has scheduled a Junior Recital for Jennifer Hall, violin, at 6 p.m. Friday in the Rea-Greathouse Hall of the Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center, 1310 N. FM 1788, Midland.The recital features students enrolled in private lessons at UTPB.Admission is free and open to the public. Previous articleHeroes Wave OffNext articleOC makes credit proposal to ECISD admin
“What you’re talking about is very real,” she said. “When the house is no longer $300,000, and it’s reassessed at $350,000, even if the rate goes down because we did our levy calculation and we spread it across everyone’s shoulders and the rate goes down, if your value of your house goes up, it might mean that you’re paying more on your taxes.” With that said, the woman commenter responded, why isn’t all the new construction offsetting some of the expenses on people who live locally? In response, Verba explained that it is offsetting some of the expenses, but that the impact isn’t necessarily visible. The impact is more clear when examined in comparison to other local school districts. “We have $16.59, [Dryden Central School District] is paying $21.52,” Verba said, referring to the projected amount of tax per certain property area. “Ithaca’s rate is low because of the great development here.”Board members further justified the amount the school district is asking for. Board member Eldred Harris insisted that the district and board have “pressures that aren’t even visible,” mentioning for one that educating children in the shadow of two universities raises the level of expectations and demands of the community. “We are inclusive, every child in this community is our responsibility, regardless of their needs,” said Board President Rob Ainslie, arguing that the expectations of schools and school districts are vastly higher than they were decades ago. “My mother was school lunch director, there was no breakfast. […] It’s totally a different world. The community expects so much of the school district now, we are the social services provider of this community for children. There are other programs and services that are available, but the first ask is of the district.”“To answer your question as simply as I can about when will the budget stop going up, I suppose it’s when the cost of everything we provide starts receding,” Harris said, responding the woman’s exasperated questions about when the “spending would stop.” “That’s not something we foresee.”To conclude, there was a question from Liz Quadrozzi, a teacher in the district, expressing concern about a perceived decrease in spending on mental health services for students, something she has advocated increasing in the past. She said the mental health needs will be more acute in the 2021-2022 academic year than possibly ever before, with students having to adjust on the fly to being back in school (at least, that’s what seems very likely). “There were no cuts to staffing, in terms of support staff, in terms of assistants and aides,” Verba said, clarifying part of the budget that could have contributed to Quadrozzi’s interpretation of a decrease. “If you see a negative, it is usually due to a retirement, or a re-coding in terms of either moving from an assistant type of support person to an aide.”Additionally, board members responded to Quadrozzi’s question regarding the possibility of finding room in the budget for more support staff, like guidance counselors as one example. “It’s beyond guidance, it’s to support students in anyway that we feel would be necessary,” said board member Dr. Sean Eversley Bradwell, who was then echoed by fellow board member Chris Malcolm. “To Liz and to our community, my answer as a board member would be absolutely. We’ve already experienced that this academic year.” Matt Butler ITHACA, N.Y.—Though only faced with two questioners, the Ithaca City School District Board of Education and administrators last night had a spirited back-and-forth over their annual budget request of just over $145 million, which is set to be voted on May 18 by district residents. The questions came during a dedicated public budget hearing (viewable in full here) on Tuesday night before the regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting. $145 million is the largest ask the district has made in terms of budget size, though the tax rate is decreasing due to Ithaca’s development. Despite this, as was noted in a common theme of the meeting, the Tompkins County Assessment office determines the actual amount people pay, since their tax bill is determined through their property taxes, based on their property value. The budget was previously covered at length when it was introduced, and the school district has published its own FAQ on the proposal. The tax levy has gone up, but with the continuing development, the tax rate is still projected to fall. The budget vote will take place on May 18. Of course, when it comes to taxes, and the fairly complex formula used to determine the final bills, there’s always going to be members of the public concerned that their seemingly ever-increasing contributions to schools through taxes are being wasted. That was the gist of the first commenter’s question, a woman who was in-person at Kulp Auditorium but whose name was inaudible.“I don’t understand it, you got money from COVID, from the lottery, from a lot of places,” she asked. “It’s irritating, and irresponsible, of the board to continue to feel entitled to getting so much extra money every year. I don’t get any extra money, I’m an old lady on a fixed income.”Board members and administrators, particularly ICSD CFO Amanda Verba, took turns responding to the query, with some back and forth between those onstage and the woman in the audience. Board member Ann Reichlin also made the point that, if the woman’s house is being assessed at a higher value, whether or not the school district’s budget rose or remained the same, the woman’s property tax bill would be higher. “Even though there is a lot of federal money that has come through, fortunately, this year, it’s split out over three or four years, you can’t use it all at once,” Reichlin said. “While we’re incredibly grateful for those federal funds, it’s not like they’re enough. It’s a supplement for us to offset some of the extra expenses that occurred as a result of the pandemic.” Verba emphasized that though the budget request is high, the development in Ithaca acts to mitigate the actual cost to each resident who pays property taxes: with more people paying, each person pays less. To illustrate it, Verba spoke about “more shoulders” to handle the tax burden. Tagged: 145 million, Amanda verba, board of education, budget, eldred harris, icsd, ithaca, ithaca city school district, learning forward, luvelle brown, Matt Butler, rob ainslie Your education news is made possible with support from: Matt Butler is the Education & Public Health Reporter at the Ithaca Voice. He can be reached by email at [email protected] More by Matt Butler
ABCNews.com(PITTSBURGH) — Michelle Kenney and Antwon Rose Sr. did something Sunday they never thought they would ever have to do: Go to a funeral home for the wake of their 17-year-old son, Antwon Rose II.But before getting in a car and driving to the Tunie Funeral Home in Homestead, Pennsylvania, the grieving mother and father had much to say about their child and the police officer who shot him dead on a street near their small town, a suburb of Pittsburgh. “He murdered my son in cold blood,” Kenney told ABC News exclusively of the shooting Tuesday night when police said her unarmed son ran from an officer who opened fire after the teenager made only a few strides to get away.“If he has a son, I pray his heart never has to hurt the way mine does,” Kenney said of the police officer. “But I think he should pay for taking my son’s life. I really do.” As she spoke through jags of tears, Kenney clutched a Bible in her lap with the words “My son” written on a piece of paper and taped to the cover. On the front of her striped dress, she wore a purple ribbon, which she says was her son’s favorite color.She spoke of how her son — whom she nicknamed “My Baby” — had traveled around the world, taught himself to ski and play hockey. He had dreams, she said, of going to college and becoming a chemical engineer or a lawyer.“I knew Antwon was destined for greatness. I told him that all the time,” she said. “I figured he either was going to be an engineer who designed something that changed the world, or he was going to have a case that changed the world. I never knew that he would be the victim of a homicide and change the world. It’s just unimaginable.”The teenager was riding in a silver Chevrolet that officials said was suspected of being involved in a drive-by shooting in North Braddock that left a 22-year-old man wounded. East Pittsburgh Police Officer Michael Rosfeld pulled the vehicle over around 8:40 p.m. on Grandview and Howard streets in East Pittsburgh, about 10 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.Allegheny County Police Department, which is investigating Antwon’s death, said in a statement that Rosfeld pulled the car over because it matched the description of the vehicle involved in the drive-by shooting and that he noticed a bullet hole in the rear window.While Rosfeld was putting the driver into handcuffs, Antwon and another passenger in the car bolted, according to the police statement. Rosfeld fired his weapon at Antwon, hitting him three times in the upper body, according to the Allegheny County Medical Examiner, who did not specify where on his upper body Antwon was shot. Antwon was taken to nearby University of Pittsburgh Medical Center McKeesport, where he died.Police said two guns were found inside the car, but Antwon was unarmed when he was shot. Police found a 9mm ammunition clip in his pocket, officials said.Had it not been for a cell-phone video Shauny Mary, 23, took of the shooting, the story might have ended there. Mary posted her video on social media, sparking angry protests in the streets of East Pittsburgh and elsewhere. The video shows Antwon and another man running from the car. Antwon, dressed in a white T-shirt, got about 10 feet before three gunshots sounded and he fell to the ground.“It was like he was taking target practice out on this young man’s back,” Mary told ABC News. “He didn’t flinch, he didn’t say stop running, he didn’t say anything.”Antwon Rose Sr. said he saw Mary’s video before it went viral. He said he initially didn’t realize it was his son because people were saying the boy who was shot was 13 years old.“I never thought that was my son,” he said.Michelle Kenney said she can’t bring herself to watch the video. “If there wasn’t [a video], we wouldn’t be having this conversation because a thousand people could have stood up and the world wouldn’t have believed them because he was murdered by a cop and people don’t seem to think that they tell a lie,” Kenney said. “So by the grace of God, there is a video.” She said she doesn’t understand why Rosfeld is still on the police force.“If I shot somebody in cold blood, I would have been arrested on the scene. They wouldn’t have waited. There would be no investigation. There would be no questions as to why I did it, or what happened. I would be in jail,” Kenney said. “He should have been in jail the day after it happened. He should have been fired five minutes after it happened. As a matter of fact, maybe they should have never hired him.”ABC News has reached out to Rosfeld’s attorney several times for comment but have not heard back. The district attorney said Rosfeld is cooperating with the investigation.Rosfeld, 30, broke his silence Thursday when he told ABC station WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh that the shooting occurred just three weeks after he joined the East Pittsburg Police Department and just hours after he was officially sworn in as an officer on the force. Rosfeld, who is on administrative leave while the shooting is under investigation, said he has been staying away from the news coverage of the shooting and would not discuss details of what prompted him to use deadly force. He said he was unaware that there is a video of the shooting.He said he began his career in law enforcement in 2011 and that prior to joining the East Pittsburg Police Department he worked as an officer for the University of Pittsburgh and at two other police departments in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.Kenney told ABC News that she had drilled it in her son to always respect the police.“My son is dead and I keep saying that, but he didn’t die by accident,” she said. “He didn’t fall off a cliff. He didn’t trip and bump his head. A cop killed him. The same person that should have protected him, the same person who I taught my son to respect and always have the most respect for, never be disrespectful, murdered my son.”Asked what she would say to people questioning why Antwon was in a car that was involved in a drive-by shooting, and why he allegedly had an ammunition clip in his pocket, she replied: “My son is dead. My son is dead. My son is dead. For all those people who say that their son must be at home. “To see how handsome my son was; he didn’t deserve that. No one deserves that. And no one deserves to have to bury their baby at 17 years old for trying to make it home, while his momma’s waiting on the porch for him to get back. I wouldn’t wish this on anybody. I mean, I can’t begin to explain the sadness and sorrow.”She said she is amazed at the thousands of people who have taken to the streets to demand justice for her son, including the many friends, teachers, and neighbors who knew Antwon’s character.“I look at it this way: If it wasn’t Antwon and it was another child, I don’t know how many people would have stood up. But because my son was truly a beautiful soul, everyone stood up and I’m hoping that it changes the world,” Kenney said.In a poem her son composed on May 16, 2016, for an English literature class, he wrote, “I am confused and afraid. I wonder what path I’ll take. I hear that there’s only two ways out. I see mothers bury their sons. I want my mom to never feel that pain.”Listening to those words, she said, they were all too familiar.“They’re actually words from his mother,” Kenney said. “That’s how I know that my son heard me. And that right there makes me smile because we were so close and I was so involved with what was going on with him and those words he interpreted from me. “So when you read them and you tell me that my son wrote them, we lived them,” she said. “That’s not just a piece of paper, that’s not just a poem, that is the life of many, many African-American males. It was just that my son wrote it down and he lost his life in order for you guys to read it.”A funeral will be held for Antwon at 11 a.m. Monday at the Woodland Hills Intermediate School in Homestead, Pennsylvania, where he was a former student. Many mourners plan to wear purple in Antwon’s honor. Kenney and the senior Antwon Rose said they hope their son is not forgotten after he is buried.“I am in amazement that this all has something to do with my son. But I’m destroyed at the reason why,” Kenney said. “I appreciate all the protesters. I just want them to protest peacefully because I don’t want to see anybody else go through this. So I don’t want them to get arrested, I don’t want them to act out. If they’re protesting in the name of Antwon, then we can’t use the same hate that took my son’s life. We have to protest in the name of love.”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.