Gareth Henry Found Refuge In Canada

In 1977, Gareth Henry was born in St. Mary’s, Jamaica. He was raised by his mother, aunt, and grandmother. He went to high school when he was 10, and he realized he was gay when he was a teenager. After seeing a gay man in his town get harassed and called a “batty man,” he decided to hide homosexuality. He moved to his uncle’s house when he was almost 16 and was able to be himself.

He graduated from Titchfield High School and moved to Kingston to attend Excelsior Community College and the University of the West Indies. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree and his master’s degree in Communications for Social and Behavior Change. He volunteered for Jamaica AIDS Support for Life in 1997. He then volunteered for J-FLAG in 1998. In 2004, J-FLAG’s co-founder was murdered. Henry took on the position of director and became the lead advocate for the organization.

Of his 13 friends killed, one was chased to the harbor by a mob. Since he couldn’t swim, everyone just watched him drown. He had to identify the bodies of several of the others that were killed. Last Valentines Day, Gareth Henry was surrounded by an angry mob at a pharmacy and the police did nothing to help. Instead, the police started beating Henry and his friends with their weapons.

Some police even led mob attacks. A police officer showed up at his home with civilians and pointed a gun at his window. The officer said he had to go away or he would kill him. The Jamaican ministry of justice didn’t help either. He was once stopped in traffic to be told by a police officer that he had found him and he was going to kill him. He never forgot that statement.

Gareth Henry went to Canada in 2008 because the country protects human rights. His mother, sister, and nieces also faced threats and had to relocate to Canada. Gareth Henry was granted refuge with the help of Amnesty International, EGALE Canada, and the Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto.

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Bob Reina Announces Talk Fusion’s New Computer Program Featuring WebRTC Technology

The founder and CEO of Talk Fusion, Bob Reina recently introduced their new and improved Live Meetings Edition software. The program is aimed at conducting real-time communication and meetings.in an online broadcast, the technical and marketing genius announced that Live Meetings will enable people and companies to transmit one-way videos and conduct video conferences in a seamless and convenient way. The software allows a maximum of 15 hosts and 500 participants who can connect through smartphones, tablets or PC.

 

Live Meetings is the second program from Talk Fusion to use WebRTC after the award winning Video Chat program. This technology is amazing at improving efficiency and streamlining the use of the software because you don’t have to download Adobe Flash Player or other Plugins for recording purposes. The users can communicate by voice using any browser because of WebRTC’s intelligent system.

 

Advantages of Live Meetings

 

Apart from being the only software to allow 500 or more attendees, Live Meetings comes with a plethora of other advantages. The WebRTC technology allows the software to have impressively clear and sharp video and audio experience. The video feeds have a very smooth appearance so that all the attendees get a clear picture and sound free of distortion, echoes and confusion.

 

This software also has a very well-designed interface so everybody can enjoy using it including beginners and people who have little experience with video conferencing. The system enhances security for everybody involved in the conference and the hosts can test the system first in the waiting rooms before involving everybody else in the presentations.

 

Gone are the days where marketing was long boring words. Companies can now use videos to promote their products and services because videos leave a lasting impression. Live Meetings is available in over 135 countries with a 30 day test run before buying.

 

About CEO Bob Reina

 

After finishing college, Talk Fusion founder and CEO Bon Reina joined the Tampa Police Academy and graduated number one in his class. He served as a police office in different capacities until someone introduced his to network marketing. Hisentrepreneurial nature took over and ventured into the marketing world leading companies like Formula 1, Travel Reaction, Alliance USA and others before founding Cash Card Worldwide and later Talk Fusion.

 

Bob is an avid pet lover who even comes with his pets to the office. He has dedicated his life to supporting animal shelters and societies that take care of human needs. His involvement in giving back is not just a personal thing but a company policy where everybody who works for him has to actively participate in helping others. Talk Fusion has given many free video suite software to many charity organizations to help them communicate their needs to the world in an easy and convenient manner. Learn more: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/8233211796017682/