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Black Consumers, Businesses Must Lead American Energy Policy Talks
 

Senate Democrats released infrastructure plans that include more than $1 trillion in spending. Forward-thinking industry leaders have taken notice and are working to recruit and train an increasingly diverse labor force. As the baby boomers retire and the oil and natural gas industry expands, job opportunities in the industry will continue to grow. Researchers project that nearly 1.9 million new job opportunities will be available in the industry.

 

“According to an IHS study, women and minorities will account for hundreds of thousands of those openings—more than 700,000 African Americans and Hispanics and 290,000 women...,” the report said.


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Schools Shouldn’t Wait for Red Flags to Address Student Mental Health Needs
 
One out of every 4 or 5 - that’s how many students will display a significant mental health problem over the course of their lifetime. Such students can be identified early with considerable accuracy.
 
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You’re Probably Paying More for Your Car Loan or Mortgage Than You Should
 
Most of us shop until we drop for price bargains on clothes, computers or virtually anything else. With the internet, finding the best deal among products and companies is easier than ever.
 
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Educational Reform – Why Big Bets Haven’t Fixed the Us School System
 
It’s a familiar storyline. Again and again, policymakers and philanthropists have teamed up to reform public education, only to find that their bold projects have fallen short.
 
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HBCU Music Departments Benefit from NEA Funded Arts Program
 
These NEA-supported projects, such as this one with CAAPA, are good examples of how the arts build stronger and more vibrant communities, improve well-being.
 
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Spiritually Speaking: The Fight Is Fixed, You Won
 
I never thought I would have personal experience with Health Crisis Management but now I do and I encourage Entrepreneurs to create a Health Crisis Management Plan.
 
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Grant Writing Workshop Will Teach How to Raise Money For Nonprofit Organizations
 
Community and Economic Development expert, Ms. Mujiba Salaam Parker, is hosting the Get Your Grants Funded Workshop on April 7th.
 
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Philippians 2:3 (King James Version)

3: Let nothing be done through strife or vainglory; but in lowliness of mind let each esteem other better than themselves.
 

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