Mathematica survey of Black and Latinx communities expose concerns with vaccine’s development and roll-out despite confidence in its effectiveness By Mathematica Lower vaccination rates among members of communities of color likely has less to do […]
Starring Jennifer Hudson as Aretha Franklin Forest Whitaker as C.L. Franklin Marlon Wayans as Ted White Audra McDonald as Barbara Franklin Marc Maron as Jerry Wexler Tituss Burgess as Reverend Dr. James Cleveland Kimberly Scott as Mama Franklin Saycon Sengbloh as Erma Franklin Hailey Kilgore as Carolyn Franklin Heather Headley as Clara Ward Skye Dakota Turner as Young […]
An Action-Oriented Executive to Lead the Association for Inclusive Financial Services and Regulatory Voice of Minority Banking The National Bankers Association (NBA) announced today the appointment of Nicole Elam, Esq. as president and CEO, effective […]
One survey found more than 60 percent of women- and minority-owned small businesses could lose significant opportunities.
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By Kaiser Permanente Take soup to a whole new level with this kale and roasted vegetables soup recipe from our Food For Health blog. Recipe by Preston Maring, MD I had 6 cups of homemade vegetable […]
By AALBC Yvonne Orji has never shied away from being unapologetically herself, and that includes being outspoken about her faith. Known for interpreting Biblical stories and metaphors to fit current times, her humorous and accessible […]
By Ben Jealous Thanks to the voters who elected President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, we now have a Department of Justice that actually cares about justice. And I am not just talking […]
By Department of Neighborhood and Community Services On June 19, 1865, the last of enslaved Black people living in Galveston, Texas were told the Civil War had ended and all Black people were now free […]
By Taroue Brooks What inspired you to become an entrepreneur? Prior to the march of 2020 (the pandemic), I spent almost five years bartending in the Atlanta club and nightlife scene. Two years into me […]
As hospitals run out of oxygen and drugs, cruel profiteers are running sick scams on the families of victims.
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