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Texas’s Largest Black Owned Real Estate Brokerage Takes Industry by Storm

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Legacy Homes and Properties LLC, was established in December of 2018, in Houston, Texas, by Mr. Derek Boles, M. Ed. After spending 10 years as a public-school educator, Mr. Boles transitioned from preparing students for the future to educating adults as a real estate broker. Mr. Boles prides himself in being able to now serve the society that once served him. Per Mr….

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Sisters Launch FILTER First Program Designed To Change The Way Teens Use Social Media

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FILTER First program launches Nationwide. Program aims to equip teens with the tools they need to navigate the world of social media responsibly.   Created by sisters and co-founders Hallie House and Hannah George, the FILTER First video series and interactive study guide focuses on the acronym, FILTER, which covers six areas that are crucial for achieving a positive experience online: Following, Intentions,…

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Multicultural Healthcare Marketing Group CEO Calls on Cities and States to Establish Effective COVID-19 Vaccine Outreach in Communities of Color

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Vaccine Hesitancy and Access is Still an Issue for Many in Communities of Color   As the nation observation of, National Minority Health Month (NMHM) ends, CEO of Multicultural Healthcare Marketing Group, Sheila Thorne, has issued a call for city, states, and healthcare organizations to ‘roll up their sleeves and roll out an effective vaccine outreach in communities of color.’ In 2002, the…

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Looking for a way to help families facing food insecurity?

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Take a Seat at The Table, Feed the Children’s Unique Online Giving Community Since the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, families across America have rediscovered the value of family mealtime. When families are able to sit down together, it helps them handle the stresses and hassles of daily life. However, with the current economic downtown, many parents are facing the…

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WorkingNation Examines Today’s Middle Class in ‘The Middle: Indianapolis’

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LOS ANGELES — WorkingNation, a national nonprofit reporting on the future of work, today published “The Middle: Indianapolis,” a digital magazine examining the struggle to preserve one city’s middle class amid a changing workplace where workers must adapt and gain new skills just to stay afloat. Melissa Panzer of WorkingNation: “We took special care to get … real stories about real people.” This…

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NATIONAL WILDFLOWER WEEK

  What is National Wildflower Week? Always the first full week of May, National Wildflower Week commemorates the colorful blossoms that bring our landscapes to life. Whether they are on mountainsides, pastures or our own back yards, wildflowers create habitat, help conserve water and reduce erosion. HOW TO OBSERVE Take a guided through any of the many nature conservancies across…

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Hyundai Motor Partners With Healthy Seas to Foster a Sustainable Future

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In pursuit of the company’s goal to establish sustainable leadership, Hyundai Motor has announced a pan-European partnership with the marine conservation organisation Healthy Seas By partnering with Healthy Seas, Hyundai is furthering its commitment to “Progress for Humanity” with a particular focus on the seas and oceans Based in the Netherlands, Healthy Seas aims to free the oceans of abandoned…

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Marine Mammal Rescue Day

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    The California State Senate declared April 27th Marine Mammal Rescue Day in 2017. It is an observance and awareness of how we impact our oceans and coastal areas, and highlights our responsibility for its preservation.   (Days of the Year) Spring is the height of animal rescue season due to illness and malnutrition for the west coast. Marine…

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NASA, NSF Join Forces to Bolster Student Diversity in Engineering

NASA and the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on an initiative to open new avenues to engineering careers for communities underserved and underrepresented in STEM, through Minority-Serving Institutions (MSIs).   Engineers are essential to America’s goals to send humans back to the Moon and, eventually, on to Mars. Successful innovation depends on…

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Emmy award-winning filmmaker focuses lens on Florida’s struggling springs

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Two-part documentary produced by Explica Media spotlights activists’ efforts to save springs from extinction   MIAMI — The growing fragility of Florida’s freshwater springs, and the grassroots groups fighting to save these natural waters from extinction, are the focus of a new two-part documentary by Emmy award-winning filmmaker Oscar Corral. View the trailer HERE. Visit the website, and follow the film on social media: FB & IG.    …

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