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Grow Up…

April 29, 2009 by  
Filed under News, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Are you one of those people who constantly say things like, “that’s just the way I am, and I can’t help it?” Maybe not, But I’m sure you’ve heard that phrase or something similar from folks before. Particularly in a day and age where self-acceptance is highly promoted, statements like the above seem […]

Press Release; Minority Company Selected as Key – Exhibitor at the USPTO Trademark Expo…

April 28, 2009 by  
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Tweet ( Miami, FL – The Pepsom Group, Inc., a minority certified company, is pleased to announce its selection as a Key exhibitor by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) to be one of sixteen exhibitors at the 2009 National Trademark Expo to be held May 8-9th. The event will take place […]

No Black Boy Left Behind…

April 27, 2009 by  
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Tweet ( The expected reworking of the No Child Left Behind Act along with a significant infusion of funding for the Education Department present an opportunity to develop policies and programs to ensure Black boys, in particular, have a better chance of succeeding, educators said at a conference Friday on Capitol Hill. The forum, “Breaking […]

10 Tips For Black Job Seekers…

April 23, 2009 by  
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Tweet ( 1) Tighten up your resume. Make sure to correct all typos, and limit it to just one page. Also, don’t mention any work experience from more than 10 years ago – unless its really relevant. 2) Don’t overdress. When you go to a job interview, dress modestly and go easy on the cologne […]

The ‘New’ William H. Parker Center Controversy…

April 23, 2009 by  
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Tweet ( Revisionist Views Can’t Override Long Racial Legacy… The City of Los Angeles is about to unveil its brand new “state of the art” world-class headquarters for what it considers its world-class law enforcement agency. Just know there’s one too many “world-class” attributes in that last sentence, and given the latest controversy—the public should […]

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