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  • 'Red: A Crayon's Story' by Michael Hall: Picture book about finding yourself
    'Red: A Crayon's Story' by Michael Hall: Picture book about finding yourself
    "Red: A Crayon's Story" is a picture book with a theme so brilliant, one can only think "Why did no one do this before?" Well, Michael Hall finally wrote this simple but clever (yes, brilliant) picture book about what it...
  • Weed Out Hate: Sow The Seeds of Peace
    Green thumbs aren't required to Weed Out Hate
    I'm the worst gardener ever. For years, I've been trying to teach my kids the joy of growing our own veggies. I usually just end up with a patch of weeds.Now after learning about a new and amazing idea of using simple gardening concepts to...
  • Diverse organization
    Promoting diversity and inclusion in your organization
    As organizations and hiring managers seek to respond to shifting workforce demographics and ever-increasing globalization, recruiting and retaining diverse talent becomes a priority. There are many benefits to an inclusive organization, as...
  • Harlem’s Fashion Row Conversation Series: Editorial Diversity Sponsored by PANDORA Jewelry
    HFR Conversation Series Moderated by Brandice Henderson Daniel
    Harlem’s Fashion Row (HFR) is an influential arts and entertainment organization that engagesaudiences and aligns brand partners with emerging multicultural designers. HFR’s mission is todiscover and showcase rising talent of color...
  • Educating kids on diversity, prejudice, and acceptance
    Educating kids on diversity, prejudice, and acceptance
    Dear LA Teacher,We see so much bullying in our schools rooted in prejudice and ignorance. What can be done to educate our children about diversity, prejudice, and acceptance?Concerned MomDear Concerned Mom,Our children begin their education on...
  • Chinese New Year fun with your family
    Chinese New Year fun with your family
    Hundreds of millions of people in China travel home each year to celebrate the Lunar New Year with family. According to BBC.com, Chinese state media says about three billion trips will be made over the 40-day period, the largest human migration on...
  • 19th Annual Urban Wheel Awards Fueling Diversity in the Auto Industry
    19th Annual Urban Wheel Awards Fuels Diversity in the Auto Industry
    Sunday, January 11, 2015, Detroit, MI. Decisive Media group hosted the 19th annual Urban Wheel Awards at The Garden Theater near Wayne State Campus. The Urban Wheel Awards lives up to the moniker “Fueling diversity in the automotive industry...
  • We must subdue the word ‘change’ in our American vocabulary and move on
    We must subdue the word ‘change’ in our American vocabulary and move on
    Since the 2008 presidential campaign, Americans have been obsessing about change; the Obama campaign built their followers up with promises which did not manifest and has proven in the now approximate six years was never very realistic without a...
  • Diversity is nice but best fit for president in 2016 is better and needed
    Diversity is nice but best fit first for president in 2016 is better and needed
    It’s refreshing to see and know that Democrat Hillary Clinton is not the only woman in America thought to have the chops to be an American president and sit in the ranks of the 44 that have gone before. It is almost insulting to American...
  • 2014 GOP win showcases youth and diversity
    2014 GOP win showcases youth and diversity
    The 2014 midterm elections appeared to be a total rejection of Barrack Obama and his party. Republicans won big, not just in red and swing states, but in blue states as well. Not only that, but Republicans captured governor’s mansions in...
  • Indiana State University New Theatre
    ‘The Color Purple’ brings all backgrounds together at ISU theater
    A talented cast in the upcoming “The Color Purple” draws students and faculty from all backgrounds and majors — not just theater, said Libby Roerig, spokeswoman for Indiana State University today.The student-led and produced...
  • Liberal activists protest at David Koch's apartment
    Another study confirms liberals are intolerant extremists
    A new scientific survey released yesterday by the widely-respected Pew Research further confirms that liberals cannot handle being exposed to dissent. Part of a series of studies on political polarization in America, this latest survey finds that...
  • Plessy Vs Ferguson plays out the possibilities in SE-PA-RATE
    SE-PA-RATE reveals accepted diversity would create a healthy society
    The NOCCA Drama Department and students took a quantum leap back to the past Thursday night with a multi-paralleled perspective of the 1896 Supreme Court Plessy VS Ferguson case through an original performance called SE-PA-RATE. NOCCA (New Orleans...
  • Darnell Muhammad and Kujenga Ashe
    Peacekeepers call for openness, transparency in City Council appointments
    After Columbus City Council unanimously appointed Shannon Hardin to replace departing Council memberA. Troy Miller on Monday, two members of the neighborhood advocacy group Peacekeepers raised concerns about the transparency of the selection...
  • Diversity the Black Sheep
    The top company for Diversity is…
    I recently served as a Diversity Value Index Judge for the 2014 report commissioned by Diversity Executive Magazine and The Human Capital Media Group. It was a very rewarding experience that has remained on my mind for the past several months. The...