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Florida Straight Up Lied About AP African-American Studies Course, College Board Says

The organization that sets Advanced Placement curricula came out swinging at Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, saying in a statement published Saturday that the state’s Department of Education “slandered” its AP African-American Studies course, and accusing…

‘Diversity wins wars, the new US Army motto?’ Introducing your new chief diversity officer

The U.S. Army’s chief diversity officer intends to root out extremism in the ranks as part of the ongoing pro-diversity efforts. According to Col. Timothy Holman, “extremism can tear apart cohesive teams” and has no place in the military, regardless…

DDO Artists Sets Diversity, Inclusion Action Helmed By Irene Cabrera – Deadline

Legit agent Irene Cabrera will head a new diversity and inclusion initiative at DDO Artists Agency to identify, recruit, develop and retain clients representing groups that have been traditionally overlooked. The initiative’s long-term goal is to…

Unemployment and African Americans – Blacks need Jobs

African Americans consist of over 41.4 million in the United States. They being the second largest minority have employed themselves mostly in management, science, sales, business and arts occupations. It was found that black women are more into…

Three African Americans Appointed to Diversity Posts | The…

Sharod L. Tomlinson was recently been named assistant vice president for equity and inclusion/student belonging at…

Diversity in Early Childhood Education

It's never too early to teach children the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). As an educator or…

Black History Month 2024 | Representation, Identity,…

I love history and Black History Month is one of my favorite celebrations. It’s time for reflection – what have you…

Florida Board of Education bans public funding for college…

TALLAHASSEE — Carrying out parts of a controversial 2023 law, the State Board of Education on Wednesday approved…

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Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Nation’s Census Tracks | The Journal of Blacks in Higher…

A new study from the U.S. Census Bureau offers data on the diversity of every census tract in the United States. Overall, the diversity index nationwide is 61.1 percent. This means that there was a 61.1 percent chance that two people chosen…

Why Woke is the New Buzz word

"Woke" culture has become a prominent topic of discussion in recent years, with its influence extending into various aspects of society. The term "woke" refers to being aware and conscious of social and political issues, particularly those…

Breaking Through the Glass Ceiling: Overcoming Barriers to Women’s Advancement in the…

The glass ceiling refers to the invisible barriers that prevent women from advancing to higher positions in the workplace, particularly in leadership roles. Despite significant progress in gender equality over the years, women continue to…

Unlocking the Benefits of Higher Education: Why Pursuing a Degree is Worth the Investment

In today's competitive job market, the value of higher education cannot be overstated. Employers are increasingly looking for candidates with a college degree, as it demonstrates a level of knowledge, skills, and dedication that is highly…
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