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This Maker Is Helping to Build a More Inclusive Movement | Next City “Once I got out there and started doing shows and markets, I started to notice there was a lack of representation of makers of color, and also makers who were maybe single mothers...”

“Once I got out there and started doing shows and markets, I started to notice there was a lack of representation of makers of color, and also makers who were maybe single mothers…”

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African-American unemployment hit record low December 2017 | The Philadelphia Tribune WASHINGTON (AP) — Years of steady hiring and economic growth have delivered a cumulative benefit for at least one group that hasn't always shared in America's prosperity.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Years of steady hiring and economic growth have delivered a cumulative benefit for at least one group that hasn’t always shared in America’s prosperity.

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Spike Lee discusses terrorism, race and his work at Virginia Film Festival | Richmond Times-Dispatch “Terrorism is terrorism,” Lee said Saturday afternoon just prior to screening his 1997 documentary, “4 Little Girls,” for a standing-room-only audience at the Paramount Theater.

“Terrorism is terrorism,” Lee said Saturday afternoon just prior to screening his 1997 documentary, “4 Little Girls,” for a standing-room-only audience at the Paramount Theater.

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Black D.C. Org. Honors Public Relations Guru Ofield Dukes | AFRO “My father taught me that we are Black first and foremost. As Black people, he understood that it is our obligation to pursue excellence in every endeavor,...”

“My father taught me that we are Black first and foremost. As Black people, he understood that it is our obligation to pursue excellence in every endeavor,…”

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American Express C.E.O. Ken Chenault to Step Down | The New York Times During his 16 years in the top spot, Mr. Chenault often eschewed personal attention, serving as a reserved role model in the business community, particularly for black executives.

During his 16 years in the top spot, Mr. Chenault often eschewed personal attention, serving as a reserved role model in the business community, particularly for black executives.

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