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Why We Need More Black Economists

African-American EconomistsWhen most people think of economics, they think of a hunched, bespectacled Caucasian man armed with a calculator and data sheets ― and they aren’t wrong.

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How We Can End Environmental Racism Before It Begins

Environmental RacismClimate change is a global phenomenon ― yet a number of studies have found that in America, the effects of climate change seem to unequally target African-American populations. From the floods after Hurricane Katrina to the water crisis in Flint, natural disasters and other effects of climate change are developing into a tragic new trend some are calling “environmental racism,” as people of color around the country experience a dramatic loss of quality of life thanks to the changing climate.

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Minority Owned Las Vegas Start-Up Going After Apple

Apple Says They’ll Respond, iOS Platform App SoulbeTM Already Has!

Las Vegas – [April 22, 2014]  SoulbeTM, the Las Vegas based, minority-owned start-up, has already stepped up to the plate as the solution to the ongoing requests for more culturally ‘inclusive emojis’.

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Why We Need More School Counselors to Be People of Color

People of Color CounselorsAs imperative as education is, going to school is a traumatic experience. From elementary to college courses, school is a place of immense stress, where students must make academic achievements while contending with social struggles and (in younger years) confusing physical changes. And for students of color, those problems are only the tip of the iceberg.

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Minorities are Answer To U.S. Engineer Shortage

National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME)STEM Forum Panels Says 2M Engineers and Computer Scientists Needed in Next Decade

Palo Alto, CA – A prestigious panel of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) thought leaders assembled today at HP headquarters in Palo Alto called the looming shortage of U.S. engineers, the “New” American Dilemma. Business, education, and government leaders in attendance echoed the sentiment, saying it is a national imperative that companies act now to increase the number of underrepresented minorities (URMs) in STEM fields; otherwise, the nation’s ability to compete globally will be compromised.

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