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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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Alcoholics Anonymous: Hispanic Women in A.A. share their experiences of hope and recovery

Before A.A., I lived a very sad life. Loneliness and drinking were my companions. I loved — or rather, I needed — to drink. It was an extraordinarily powerful but temporary “medicine.” …I came to A.A …I started listening to the stories and identifying. (Rosa) NEW YORK, Oct. 1, 2021 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — The 15 stories contained in the most recent Alcoholics Anonymous…

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6-Year-Old Philanthropist and Kid Influencer Justyn Boumah Announces Fall 2021 Events

LAS VEGAS — Phenomenal 6-year-old Philanthropist, Social Entrepreneur, and Youth Influencer, Justyn Boumah is the youngest Award International Winning African American Author and CEO of the Traveling Toddler, and Founder of the 501c3 nonprofit organization, Heroes and Hearts, where he utilizes his talents and creativity to empower underserved communities. The mission of the 501c3 is designed to educate, encourage, and empower marginalized communities globally through…

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Bishop T.D. Jakes Honored for 45 Years in Ministry

Jakes

Pastor, Film Producer and America’s Best Preacher Reaches Millions with Message of Hope There are a myriad of words to describe T.D. Jakes: Pastor. Global leader. Best-selling author. Filmmaker. Real estate industrialist. Conference producer. The senior pastor of The Potter’s House in Dallas, Jakes blazed the trail in bringing a message of hope to millions around the world through any mode of communication,…

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New research from Karat and Howard University sheds light on access challenges facing Black software engineers

Black software engineers

Survey of 300 Black computer science students highlights the importance of access to computers, exposure to the technology industry, and interview practice SEATTLE and WASHINGTON, Sept. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Karat, the world’s leader in technical interviewing, today released new research in partnership with faculty from Howard University exploring key factors that can help more Black software engineers enter the tech industry and excel in their careers….

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In the Midst of Chaos, Violence, and Racial Profiling, Black-Owned Crowdfunding Startup Funds a Wave to Rebuild Black Communities

Black Communities

Black Money Builder Contributes 8.46% of Annual Donations to Empower and Uplift Black Communities, All While Providing Financial Relief and Support for Those in Need. Black Money Builder holds the future of crowdfunding in its hands for investing and rebuilding Black communities’ health and wellness. Justin Shaw, CEO and founder announced today the platform launch on June 19th, 2021, or Juneteenth, a…

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Black-Owned Crowdfunding Platform, Black Money Builder, Debuts First Campaign

Uplift our young brothers and sisters by raising money to provide 50 young boys with fresh haircuts before going back to school.   Black Money Builder crowdfunding platform is for us and by us. It is a call-to-action to help lift up our community which is often marginalized, and do our part to change lives. Back-to-school season is here, and what…

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California Family Physicians Stand with Texas Abortion Providers

Law Threatens Access to Health Services The California Academy of Family Physicians (CAFP) strongly denounces SB 8, the Texas law which allows private individuals to sue abortion providers and anyone else who assists a person in obtaining an abortion. The CAFP recognizes that an individual has the right to make their own reproductive decisions. In order to improve the health of patients,…

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Virtual Forum to Address Patient Testimonials Pertaining to Racial Disparities in Breast Cancer Survivorship

Fourth Forum in Series to Take Place September 8, 2021 The Atlanta-based nonprofit TurningPoint Breast Cancer Rehabilitation will host the fourth and final in a series of virtual forums addressing the subject of “Racial Disparities in Breast Cancer Survivorship,” one week from today on Wednesday, September 8, from 7 – 8:30 p.m. ET. Virtual Forums “Over the past year we’ve hosted a series…

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Darrell Kelley Releases Take Your Knees Off Our Necks!!!

Darrell Kelley

After the mainstream media marked the first anniversary of the murder of George Floyd (May 25, 2021) between the conviction and sentencing of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, it’s as if they decided to move on to other topics – the Delta variant, debates over vaccine and mask mandates, messy withdrawal from Afghanistan, etc. It’s as if every other unjustifiable cop homicide on an African…

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