By Staff Tell us about your education and current position. I earned my undergraduate and master’s degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Political Science and Education Policy Studies. I went on The […]
By Dena Vang Parents, caregivers, and educators have had vastly different experiences with COVID protocols over the course of the pandemic. With the 2022-2023 school year approaching and Omicron subvariants causing an increase in COVID […]
Child Development Associate (CDA) Program You can start now! TIS Foundation offers classes to prepare eligible applicants for the CDA Credential. TIS also assists students in the application process, exam scheduling, and a verification visit. […]
Experienced by Kimatni D. Rawlins, Automotive Rhythms The origin stories behind the branding of electric car manufacturer Lucid Motors are fascinating. For proper understanding, I had a chance to visit headquarters in Newark, CA to […]
By Monifa Brown JAZZ FUNK SOUL – FOREACAST Omne trium perfectum- everything that comes in threes is perfect. When it comes to the trio Jazz Funk Soul (JFS), this statement rings true. Saxophonist Everette Harp, keyboardist […]
What inspired you to become an entrepreneur? My inspiration for becoming an entrepreneur happened as a result of the Pandemic. I wanted to be able to serve in a capacity that would not put myself, […]
By Staff Michon C. Young (vocalist/songwriter/producer)- resides in Detroit, Mi and considers Detroit her second hometown though born and raised in Gary, Indiana. Her musical talent was recognized by Pastor Marvin L. Winans which led […]
Black Health Trust Presents: “Update on COVID19 and Other Infectious Diseases Affecting Our Community” The program is also streamed on our social media pages. Please invite your friends and family to follow us on our: Facebook: www.facebook.com/blackhealthtrust YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCwsij4FpmhDWYgeHamVWmbA […]
Exercise data was reported as the average time spent per week on various physical activities over the past year.
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Since his dad’s death, Russell, Jr. has taken on the key training role, fueling his brothers for ongoing success.
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By Tammy Boyd I handled healthcare policy for the late Congressman John Lewis, and today work for the Black Women’s Health Imperative. If you work in healthcare policy today, you know that health equity – […]