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How Businesses Can Do Better Next Juneteenth

As we reflect on the Fourth of July, it’s important to reflect on many of the areas businesses must improve in next Juneteenth. Juneteenth, short for June 19th, honors the end of slavery in the United States. And on June 17, 2021, it officially became

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How To Avoid Getting Ripped Off by Fake Entrepreneurs

Every day, robocalls, scam sites, and con artists plague society with their misleading ways. For as long as we’ve been civilized, cons have been around, duping people of their money. Today, fake entrepreneurs bother us with fake calls, text, emails, and most importantly, scam sites

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Diversity and Me

Diversity: we see it everywhere globally, the streets we walk down, the neighborhoods we live in, and even in our families and ourselves. It helps bring differences, interests, and experiences from all walks of life together. Diversity should be an inclusive entity that uplifts communities

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How We Can Change Today’s New Normal Together

The masks are coming off, groups are once again gathering, planes are packed. It feels like we are starting a new normal with the way things are opening up. But are we really living a new way, or have we just succumbed to a new all-time low?

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Taking a leap of faith with MASH Gallery and Maggie Hodge

In a world of social distancing, bringing people together through art is more important than ever. Haleh Mashian, the founder and owner of MASH Gallery, and a local acrylic artist and beloved community member, Maggi Hodge, are coming together to display Maggi’s art collection, OVERLOAD.

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Save the Bees and Save the world with BeeRole

Bees are the backbone of this environment, no matter where you are. Every 1 out of four bites of food you take comes from Bees! They pollinate 80% of the world’s plants including 90 different food crops. The Bee effect has been talked about by

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Why We Run When Times Are Bad

In modern history, there have been three major booms in American distance-running. The first was during the Great Depression, when 15 million Americans were unemployed. The second was in the early 1970s, when the U.S. was struggling to recover from the Cold War, Vietnam War,

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How To Save The World In Seventeen Steps

Climate change is the number one threat to mankind. Recent scientific evidence has emphasized, and in many cases exceeded, our worst fears of its physical ramifications. Drought, crop-failure, rising water levels, disease, flooding, famine. These are just some of the environmental issues that climate change