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2021 U.S. Chess Champions: Teenage Talent Yip Wins U.S. Women’s Championship While Veteran So Claims Third U.S. Championship Title

The Nation’s Most Elite, Invitation-Only Chess Tournaments Conclude at Saint Louis Chess Club with Worthy Champions ST. LOUIS — 24 of America’s best chess players gathered in Saint Louis, America’s Chess Capital, at the Saint Louis Chess Club for the 2021 U.S. & U.S. Women’s Chess Championships held from October 5 – October 19, 2021. Eighteen-year-old International Master Carissa Yip was crowned U.S. Women’s Champion with…

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Colin Kaepernick Reminds Black Corporate Executives That Freedom Comes at a Cost

Athlete, activist, and entrepreneur accepts The Executive Leadership Council’s prestigious 2021 Global Game Changer Award Last night, athlete and social justice advocate, Colin Kaepernick, accepted The Executive Leadership Council (ELC) Global Game Changer Award at the organization’s Annual Recognition Gala and 35th Anniversary Celebration. Prompted by the event’s theme “Celebrating Our Impact and Inspiring Our Future,” Kaepernick praised The ELC’s history…

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DoorDash Partners with America’s Top Diverse Business Organizations

The Partnership Aims to Promote Diverse Businesses and Economic Development Across the Country  DoorDash, one of the nation’s leading last-mile logistics platform, has partnered with The National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC), the United States Black Chamber of Commerce (USBCC), and the Asian/Pacific Islander American Chamber of Commerce and Entrepreneurship (National ACE)…

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Wages, Employment Prospects Improving for Black Workers, According to LISEP

Low-income earners post biggest gains in Ludwig Institute’s wage and employment report More Black workers moved out of the ranks of the “functionally unemployed” and into living-wage jobs for the month of September, with significant wage gains across the board for the third quarter of 2021, according to an analysis by the Ludwig Institute for Shared Economic Prosperity (LISEP), resulting…

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Famous Amos Cookies

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We all know the dessert favorite, the snack treat, the confection known as the cookie. One of the most familiar of this popular snack is chocolate chip cookies. Chocolate chip cookies are a drop cookie that features chocolate chips or morsels as its distinguishing ingredient. One of the most famous brands of chocolate chip cookie, is Famous Amos… The company…

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Hyundai Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

CANELA.TV Journey to Success Series Captures Real Stories of Three Hispanic Heroes $25,000 Donation to The Hispanic Scholarship Fund Hyundai’s Employee Resource Group, Amigos Unidos, Gives Back Fourth Annual Hyundai Career Experience Virtual Program Partnership with the Latin American Museum in Long Beach (MOLAA) FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Oct. 15, 2021 – In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Hyundai is proud to honor the…

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Living Minute Series – Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

South Florida PBS’ Health Channel is highlighting innovations in Breast Cancer in its Living Minute Series, featuring clinical advances that may soon translate into improved care, cutting-edge technology and treatments that are fueling progress. The Living Minute series consists of one-minute daily reports infused with health and hope covering a range of topics. Reports air on South Florida PBS’ channels, WPBT, WXEL and Health Channel and are shared on social media @AllHealthGo and digital platforms (www.livingminute.tv.) Every…

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Our Heritage, Our Planet Film Week Announces 2021 Films

Films Will Highlight the Intersection of People of Color, Culture and the Environment Today, Hispanic Access Foundation announced the full selection of films being shown during Our Heritage, Our Planet Film Week. Featuring 29 films, the virtual festival will celebrate life through the stories of Latino, Black, Indigenous and other people of color with roots in nature – learning, experiencing, and…

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How Do You Feel About Columbus Day?

  Columbus Day Whether you’re yay or nay about #ColumbusDay, how do you feel… Columbus Day is a national holiday in many countries of the Americas and elsewhere, and a federal holiday in the United States, which officially celebrates the anniversary of Christopher Columbus‘s arrival in the Americas on October 12, 1492. Christopher Columbus was a Genovese-born explorer who became a subject of the Hispanic Monarchy in order to lead…

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Uganda’s Independence Day

WASHINGTON, 08 October 2021 / PRN Africa / — As Uganda celebrates the 59th anniversary of its independence, it is a pleasure to congratulate all Ugandans on behalf of the people of the United States. Our two peoples benefit from the longstanding partnership between the United States and Uganda. Our now decades-long cooperation on health has helped bring Uganda to the cusp of controlling the scourge of HIV/AIDS and has…

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