By The Global Information Network Weeks of mass protests across Algeria ended in victory for thousands of demonstrators who had been urging the gravely ill President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down. This week, President Bouteflika appeared to give in to
By The Hudson Valley Press MOUNT VERNON – Surrounded by family, friends, teammates, and coaches, senior track and field weight and hammer thrower Jannah Sharpe from The Mount Vernon High School signed a National Letter of Intent on February 27
By Terry Shropshire Mikeisha Anderson Jones has become a connoisseur of inclusion. She has studied and observed how diversity enhances and beautifies the corporate culture. There is empirical and hard data that proves authentic inclusion improves the bottom line of a corporation.
By Itoro N. Umontuen Atlanta United Football Club, Mercedes-Benz Stadium and State Farm Arena are among the nominees in the 12th annual Sports Business Awards, hosted by Street & Smith’s Sports Business Journal. The gala takes place May 22nd at
By Danté Boddie Regions Bank opened a new branch in Sugar Hill, Georgia. Our correspondent, Danté Boddie, recently had a chance to tour the high tech facility: You walk into a bank and you are greeted by a bank teller
By Dr. Anisa Shomo, NNPA Newswire Contributor Last month, February 2019, was not only Black History Month, it was also Heart Health Awareness Month per the American Heart Association. Heart disease is the number one killer of men and women
By Rose S. Aslan, California Lutheran University Following the terror attack on two New Zealand mosques last week, many Muslim communities across the world gathered as usual for their most important weekly ritual – Friday prayers. In the past few
By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia During a star-studded evening complete with a Red Carpet entry at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., Comcast formally announced the addition of two television networks that highlights the company’s commitment to diversity.
By Charles Griggs “Systems are perfectly designed to achieve the results they are achieving right now. At first glance, when we look at how dysfunctional existing systems can be, this premise seems absurd.” – David Peter Stroh Our national economy
By The Charleston Chronicle Former South Carolina State football All-American and National Football League standout Dwayne Harper was one of five persons inducted into the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Athletic Hall of Fame Thursday during an enshrinement at the Sheraton