An eight-year study of African-American, white and Hispanic-American children in three regions of the United States has found that African-Americans had the highest level of exposure to risk factors that could lead to behavioral problems, but do not engage in bad behavior at higher rates than the other two groups.
NEW YORK -- The United Spinal Association (www.UnitedSpinal.org) in recognition of Disability Awareness Month, offers a free booklet, "Disability Etiquette", for anyone who wants to interact more effectively with people with disabilities. More than 54 million Americans have disabilities. Practicing disability etiquette is an easy way to make people with disabilities welcome. It also makes good business sense. When supervisors and co-workers use disability etiquette, employees with disabilities feel more comfortable and work more productively.
- National Latino AIDS Awareness Day
- Women and People of Color Being Recruited for Master of Public Administration Degree Program
- Program Targets Disadvantaged Youth for Careers in Public Health
- 3rd Annual Women of Color Conference
- Babson Entrepreneurship Forum – “Action Drives Results” - October 16th, 2009