African-American Jobs & News
- Category: Blog
- Published on September 13, 2016
- Written by Maurice Henry
I had a conversation with my young teenage son reflecting on the 1960’s and the Black Panther movement. He asked me what I knew about it since growing up very young in the South side of Chicago and remembering the Panther movement. He also was very perplexed that the core mission that drove the creation of Black Panther Party for Self Defense was the ongoing conflict between Law Enforcement and community, which is the same conflict that the Black Lives Matter movement is focusing on today.
- Category: Inclusion
- Published on July 31, 2016
- Written by Cher Zevala
As 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.
- Category: Work
- Published on June 29, 2016
- Written by Saumick Basu
Stagnancy can make any job or any career path frustrating. We have to come up with ways to advance and motivate ourselves. This article points out a few things that every professional should do in order to advance in their careers.
- Category: Blog
- Published on March 08, 2016
- Written by The Black Perspective
The 2016 edition of the Black Perspective is out now. Inside we interview Kali Evans-Raoul of The Image Studios on success; the best time to identify yourself as a diversity candidate during a job hunt; the ten best companies for African-Americans in 2016; and a look into how CODE2040 is bringing people of color to Silicon Valley.
Check it out today, either on your computer or mobile device!