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President Obama Pledges $118 Million to Help Girls and Women of Color

Research institutions partnering with White House to address education and career development issues

Five-year funding initiative called Prosperity Together devotes funds to low-income women with more from the…

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FDA Approves Genetically Altered Salmon for Consumption

Research shows black consumers more apt to think GM foods a health hazard than whites

Thursday, federal regulators approved genetically engineered salmon as fit for consumption.

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More Terrorism: Diasporans React to Yola Bombing in Nigeria

Post Paris attacks, international focus turns to terrorism and global security

In recent weeks, Boko Haram militants are suspects in attacks in neighboring Chad, Niger and…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Equifax and Kingonomics Bring Innovative Program to Atlanta’s Westside Community

Program seeks to hack poverty and close growing wealth gap

Through a series of events such as #StartupHigh, #StartupLounge, and Idea Hackathon, attendees will have…

By Kandia Johnson

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Shine By Building an Irresistible Brand Online

Develop an online presence that stands out from the rest

Technological advancements have made it easier than ever to start an online business. Due to…

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6 Non-Business Books for Business Leaders

Sometimes, the best business lessons come from unexpected places

Here are six non-business reads for business leaders.

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10 Great Tech Accessories for Travelers

Vacation is for unplugging, but these tech gadgets make great travel companions.

Ten ideal tech accessories for those traveling for business or pleasure.

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Black Like Them: Why a ‘Surge’ of Color Could Change the Face of Ed Reform

Is education reform diverse enough?

Do people of color need to lead ed reform to effect real change? 82% of…

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Should HBCUs Link Arms with For-Profit Colleges?

Black colleges follow the money . . . online

Are HBCUs and for-profit colleges a match, or a gruesome twosome? Johnny Taylor of the…

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Entrepreneur Talks Finding Success by Creating Her Own Dream Job

Monica G. Coleman talks finding success by creating her own company

Monica G. Coleman talks finding success by creating her own company, M320 Consulting.

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The 3 Best Ways to Learn a Foreign Language as an Adult

If you think it's too late for you to learn a foreign language, check out these tips

If you think it’s too late for you to learn a foreign language, check out…

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Making Herstory: Ethiopian Airlines to Fly All-Women Operated Flight

The historic flight will take off on Nov. 19

Ethiopian Airlines to fly all-women operated flight on Nov. 19 in an effort to show…

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Paris Attacks: People of Color Around the World Face More Scrutiny as Security Tightens

Africans abroad rally for more awareness of other terrorism attacks affecting Diasporans

After attacks by Islamic militants in France’s capital killed at least 129 people and wounded…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Baltimore Welcomes President Obama’s TechHire Initiative

President Obama's TechHire initiative kicks off in Baltimore with the goal of training and placing the disadvantaged and at-risk in well--paying tech jobs

U.S. chief technology officer and other senior officials traveled to Baltimore as part of the…

By Samara Lynn

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Facebook Enables “Safety Check” Feature After Nigeria Bombings and Criticism

Facebook flips on "Safety Check" feature after attack in Nigeria and criticism

Mark Zuckerberg makes appeasement after “Safety Check” Facebook feature outcry.

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To Buy or To Rent? That is the Question

How to decide when homeownership makes sense

There is no question that it is one of the smartest ways to build generational…

By Stacey Tisdale

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College Prices Continue Moderate Rise, College Board Reports

Student Aid Remains Stable, Leading to Increased Net Prices

College prices continue to rise but student aid remains the same, leading to a net…

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Obama Administration to Hold Accreditors Accountable

Demands greater transparency of college “watchdogs”

The Obama administration plans to announce executive actions that will lead to greater transparency, accountability,…

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Hillary Clinton Taps African American–Owned Advertising Firm to Help with Campaign

Burrell Communications will help campaign with focusing on the African American vote

Hillary Clinton hires Burrell Communications to help with focusing on the concerns and issues of…

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4 Warm Destinations to Beat the Winter Blues

Looking to get away this winter? Check out 4 warm weather destinations.

Looking to getaway this winter? Check out 3 warm weather destinations.

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How to Hire Talent That Will Complement Your Team and Culture

People make the difference. You can have incredible systems and procedures in place, the right software…

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How to Deal With Grief While at Work

Regardless of where you live in the world, all of us in some way have…

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