Economic Equity

Marilyn Mosby is the Latest Example of Why Black Lawyers Matter

In response to last year’s killing of Michael Brown, La June Montgomery Tabron, who heads one

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Blacks Becoming More Comfortable Discussing Mental Health

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that there are more than 40

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Black Women Face Pay Gap

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Black women working full time earned just 64 cents for every dollar White

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Minority-Owned Handbag Brand Continues to Emerge

CHARLOTTE, NC — He is commonly called “Mr. Sylvia”, but Sylvia is not his name at

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The Other “F” Word: Teaching Entrepreneurs and Leaders How to Put Failure to Work

In their new book, The Other “F” Word: How Smart Leaders, Teams, and Entrepreneurs Put Failure

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Five Ways to Get More Helpful Feedback from Employees

When it comes to leaders seeking feedback, not all feedback is created equal: leaders must work

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More Color to Books for Youth

23-Year-Old Howard Grad Tasked With Leading the Charge NEWARK, NJ – Kiana Nichols is too familiar

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A Guide to Overcoming Roadblocks for Professional Women of Color

“The chapters explore a range of potential roadblocks from inadequate support systems, stereotypes and mental and

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UNCW’S Business Fashion

As Mosley Performance Learning Center continues to transform into the premier career readiness academy for the

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Consumer Complaints Lead to $1.6B in Financial Relief Debt Collection, Mortgages Top CFPB Complaint List

Financial stress can feel like a lonely struggle. But according to a new report by the

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As Loan Debts Rise, Foreclosures Dip

A new economic analysis by the New York Federal Reserve Bank found fewer foreclosures, bankruptcies and

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Developing and Retaining Next-Gen African-American Engineers

Washington — The National Society of Black Engineers, the largest student-governed engineering organization in the country,

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