View More Posts

Greater Diversity Headlines

Notre Dame’s History Is Nine Centuries of Change, Renovation and Renewal

While some parts of the cathedral might be irreplaceable, I believe many future generations continue to admire and learn…

Read More

New Cholesterol Study: Pass the Eggs, or Pass on the Eggs?

Developing heart disease was a bummer for egg lovers. Should you stop eating eggs because of this new finding?

Read More

Neglect, Disrespect of Puerto Rico Continues

The Donald Trump administration’s response to the crisis reveals that Puerto Ricans are racialized as subordinate, despite their US citizenship…

Read More

Oil and Natural Gas Industry is Ripe with High Paying Opportunities for Minorities

We expect that in this workforce of future, African Americans and Latinos will supply almost 40 percent…

Read More

Leading State-Based Healthcare Marketplaces Have Performed Well

The report examines the impact that federal and state actions have had on state-based marketplaces and the federally…

Read More

Don’t Go Out That Door Spiritually Unarmed

Spiritual warfare as my bible says (for believers), is fought in the mind, in the emotions and in the will… we’re really struggling against “the devil’s schemes.”

Read More

Alpha Advocacy in Action Alert: Voter Engagement Strategies

Watch a special message from Everett B. Ward, Ph.D. On the importance of voter engagement and turnout for elections…

Read More

Phenomenal Woman Empowerment Network Challenges Women to Stop Accepting Mediocrity

PWEN is a Phoenix-based 501c3 partnership organization created to support, encourage, and empower women of all ages and races. Since 2013, the nonprofit has positively impacted…

Read More

Black Detectives Win Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Against the NYPD

Last week, the three detectives were awarded the $700,000 settlement which includes back pay and damages to account for their loss…

Read More

Meet the ‘Doctor’ Who Helps Black Entrepreneurs Go Viral

Dante Lee is not a medical doctor, but he is known and well-respected as a Revenue Doctor™. That’s because he is a marketing genius…

Read More

Author Lost 100 lbs. and Beat Depression Launches Mobile App

Dakota Jack, is a contemporary author that inspires us to achieve our little goals first through her new book – and soon, through her mobile app!

Read More

Grammy Award Winning Musician, Mel Brown, Levels Up Jobseekers

“In February 2019, the national unemployment rate dipped to 3.8 percent,” according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For the soon-to-be graduate…

Read More

COMMENTARY: Wordz of Wilson — Black Heroes

I believe celebrating our heroes does as much for us as it does them. Most who put in work to improve our communities, using whatever resources they have…

Read More

The 2019 Masters: Tiger’s Incredible Improbable Comeback to Win

“It’s overwhelming because of what has transpired,” Woods told reporters after he shot a -2 under 72 for -13 under overall to seal the victory.

Read More

Don’t Mess with Max: Mnuchin Madness

Mnuchin is really above his Peter Principle as Treasury Secretary in any administration but 45’s. And those birds of a feather stick together because they share values…

Read More

Play Ball, To the Victor Goes You – Power and the Righteous

Can you imagine any athletic event where the ball actually participates as an independent active component? Well, the truth is we are that ball in this high-stake game…

Read More

Life-Long Educator Authors Book on Leadership

By Dr. Jennifer Wimbish
First African American president of Cedar Valley College (CVC), of the Dallas County Community College District, in her recently released book “Leadership Wisdom For All Generations”…

Read More

Suspect Arrested in Case of Three Church Fires in Louisiana

St. Mary Baptist Church in Port Barre burned down on March 26. On April 2, the Greater Union Baptist Church in Opelousas, Louisiana was burned…

Read More

Congress Traveling the Country to Hear Evidence of Voting Rights Violations

Some of the violations that have been reported include closed polling places, new limitations on voter registration and removal of names from voter lists.

Read More

Bill to Give Students Defrauded by For-Profit Colleges Their Day in Court

The Court Legal Access & Student Support (CLASS) Act prohibits any school receiving Title IV student aid funding from placing restrictions on students’…

Read More

Meet National Black Chamber of Commerce in Atlanta

The NBCC is dedicated to economically empowering and sustaining African American communities through entrepreneurship and capitalistic activity within the United

Read More