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How ‘Black Don’t Crack’ Can Describe The Black Professional’s Experience

Even though I’ve been able to close the wounds of some painful professional experiences, I’m constantly reminded that I don’t have the luxury to truly heal.
Calvin Walker
 • 3 months ago

These Are The Education Reforms I Believe We Need For College Education To Better Serve Students

We hold our government accountable if the unemployment rate is high. In the same way, we should hold colleges accountable.
Praveen Chaparala
 • 3 months ago

Kids' School Schedules Have Never Matched Parents' Work Obligations And The Pandemic Is Making Things Worse

The dynamics of earning a living while raising kids change during pandemics.
The Conversation
 • 4 months ago

Why I’m Carrying On My Brother’s Legacy Through The Black-Owned Business Of His Dreams

This is still very much Ahjanee’s clothing line and his vision. I am merely the vessel to bring it to the world.
Tatyana Arrington
 • 4 months ago

When Racism And Gaslighting Collide In The Workplace

The lack of education on topics such as microaggressions, institutional racism and bias is where gaslighting begins.
Bonita Darkoh
 • 4 months ago

5 Ways Higher Education Can Be Seen As Hostile To Women Of Color

Women of color rarely ascend to positions of leadership in higher education.
The Conversation
 • 4 months ago

4 Valuable Lessons I Learned While Working Under Black Business Owners

Lesson number one: A Black woman in leadership is not a b***h, she’s a boss.
 • 4 months ago

How The Death Of The Office Building Can Unlevel The Playing Field For Black Professionals

If we give up the office building, the power of the haves will grow and the very little power of the have-nots will be decimated.
John H. Jones
 • 4 months ago

3 Tips To Consider Before You Quit Your 9-To-5 To Pursue Your Passion Full-Time

Building a business takes time and patience.
Kara Stevens
 • 5 months ago

In A Crowded Market, Here’s Why Your Diversity Is Your Differentiator

Your cultural lens is an important part of how you do your job.
Mawulom Nenonene
 • 6 months ago

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