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MADISON,Wis.–––When the workday ends at Madison Children’s Museum, Marie Justice drops off some extra cleaning supplies for her crew as they are getting started.  Justice is the owner of Community Cleaners. She and her husband started the business seven years ago. The company’s purpose is  to create an environment that values and supports its workers […]

Rose Garden 4:23 P.M. EDT THE VICE PRESIDENT:  Thank you, Ambassador Tai.  It is true, there is something we all know: that we must always honor the mothers, the aunties, the chithis, all of them.  (Laughter.)  And, of course, the husbands and the fathers and the grandfathers.  (Laughter.) It is good to be with everyone.  […]

Man accused of arson, vandalism at houses of worship, Black-owned business in Portland  KATU Source link

Placeholder while article actions load The man arrested in the shooting of three women at an Asian-run hair salon in Dallas last week reportedly had panic attacks and delusions when he was around anyone of Asian descent, police said Tuesday. Jeremy Smith, 36, began experiencing the hallucinations after getting into a car accident with an […]

ST. PETERSBURG — Coming up from Perkins and Melrose elementary schools to 16th Street Middle, Cynthia Jenkins was part of a community that knew everyone, their telephone number, their mom and their aunt. “That’s how we were,” said Jenkins, now 69. “We were so connected. And then after that we were disconnected.” Fifty-three years ago, […]

Heidi Klum’s daughter, Leni, wore her strapless dress to prom. Leni, 18, shared photos of the occasion on her Instagram account Monday. Leni Klum wore a strapless dress to prom more than two decades after her mother, Heidi Klum, first donned it on the red carpet. On Monday, the 18-year-old shared an Instagram post revealing […]

Fish farmer Masuisse in Kinduti village in DRC. Photo: WFP/Castofas Masuisse proudly displays his freshly caught tilapia – fingerlings that will need a few months more to be harvested. His fish pond glistens in the afternoon sun, the banks fringed by tall grasses and backdropped by rolling hills in Kinduti village in the Democratic Republic […]

The conservative United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit handed down a brief, unexplained order Wednesday evening that will throw the entire social media industry into turmoil if the Texas law at issue in this case is allowed to remain in effect. The decision in NetChoice v. Paxton reinstates an unconstitutional Texas law […]

The barriers that I and other Black/minority job candidates face in the job market cannot be solved by companies declaring their commitment to diversity. Even well-intentioned companies struggle to effectively hire more diverse candidates for three system-level reasons: Often disguised as a pipeline issue, limited time and resources restrict the breadth of sources from which […]

Sports Illustrated and Empower Onyx are putting the spotlight on the diverse journeys of Black women across sports—from the veteran athletes, to up-and-coming stars, coaches, executives and more—in the series, Elle-evate: 100 Influential Black Women in Sports. Most people are great at one thing. But Swin Cash is amazing at many things. A former WNBA […]

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