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The National Black Pre-Law Conference will host its 14th annual event at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This power-packed, world-class pre-professional event for aspiring Black lawyers is free of charge and open to all.
Corporate Culture at Lawrenceville-based Firm Embraces – and Even Celebrates – the Diversity of its Staff
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LA Talk Radio Reports on LSUS's New & Ongoing Violations against Students' 1st Amendment Rights. 100 Students Drop Out.
For patients suffering from a blood cancer like leukemia, lymphoma or sickle cell, being ethnically diverse can challenge their survival.
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The Fifth Annual National HBCU Pre-Law Summit is the only major national event in the country designed especially to encourage the success of HBCU students and graduates interested in going to law school and becoming lawyers.
SAINT PAUL, Minn. - Aug. 10, 2018 - -- "Justice Makes a Difference: The Story of Miss Freedom Fighter, Esquire," has been named the first place winner of the 2018 Purple Dragonfly Book Award in the charity/making a difference category. The prestigious...
"Exceptional. Not simply a re-imagining, but a re-framing of the entire issue. I hope you piss a lot of folks off. The ones who get pissed are surely the ones who need it the most." — Pulitzer Prize-winning race and culture columnist Leonard Pitts
NEW YORK - Aug. 6, 2018 - -- The Chi Group, a global branding agency announces an exciting new client partnership with Ariel Lopez, founder and CEO of 20/20 shift.
ATLANTA - July 30, 2018 - -- Sheree Knowles, Founder and Chief HR Officer for HR Knowledge Source (HRKS),  was selected to be a featured presenter at the Cleveland HR Star Conference.  The conference was held Wednesday, July 25, at the Holiday..
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• Tech job board, welcoming to all, did 100% of their product research and design for women and people of color. They are challenging the industry to design more developer platforms specifically for underrepresented groups. • For the next month, they're d