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Black Enterprise magazine Fall 2019 issue

The Career Makeover: Career Transitions Require a Different Mindset In the Digital Age

Change will happen, but will you wait for it to be thrust upon you? See one coach’s take on how to handle career transitions in the digital age.

Former BET Chairman Debra Lee: Keep Pressure on Corporations To Expand Black Board Representation

Over the past two decades, Lee has become a much sought after board recruit due, in part, to her incomparable management experience and impeccable judgment. Since retiring from her position as chairman and CEO of BET Networks a year ago, offers for board service continue to flow her way. In addition to her directorships at S&P 500 companies AT&T and Marriott International, she has recently gained a seat on the board of London-based Burberry Group PLC, the British luxury fashion house.

The Legacy of Elijah Cummings: A Fierce Champion for Civil Rights and Fiery Critic of Trump

Rep. Elijah Cummings is remembered as a tireless champion for civil rights and one of President Trump’s sharpest critics.

Ava DuVernay and Netflix Being Sued for Defamation

Ava DuVernay and Netflix are being sued for defamation over a line about the Reid Technique in the Central Park Five documentary When They See Us

Black Women Lose Out Over $1 Million in Their Careers Thanks to the Wage Gap

The National Women’s Law Center analysis shows the cost of the wage gap: a black woman will lose out on $946,120 over a 40-year career