The Detroit Community Loan Fund, a Community Development Financial Institution limited liability company (L3C) along with the Detroit Development Fund, the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation and the Catalyst Fund announced the newest financial assistance program for minority-owned business.
Though her late husband had served on the borough council, Betty Copeland never thought of running for office, until earlier this year when she was talked into running for mayor of Bridgeville, at age 83.
Shopping for health insurance is a bit like buying a plane ticket. Just like you compare options to find the cheapest flight that still gets you to your destination smoothly, you want to find the health plan with the best coverage at the lowest price. The problem is there’s no Orbitz or Expedia for health insurance.
Allegheny County Common Pleas Judge Dwayne Woodruff seemingly had everything needed to oust interim Republican Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Sallie Updyke Mundy from the vacant seat she’d been appointed to by Gov. Tom Wolf last year. He seemingly had everything needed to become the first African American elected to the Supreme Court since Robert C. Nix Jr.
We all heard the famous prediction by W.E.B. Dubois that the problem of the 20th century will be the color line. He was half right. At the midpoint of the 20th century that line and its color codes were being dismantled worldwide.
Hey, Steelers, wake up, it’s time for your afternoon snack.
After nine weeks, the Steelers have the best start in the Mike Tomlin era at 7-2. It’s an impressive record, but how good are the Steelers really?
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) _ The WNBA once again leads all professional sports leagues in hiring women and minorities for coaching and front-office positions.
In yet another example of hair bias against Black women, a former African-American employee at Banana Republic filed a $1 million lawsuit because of discrimination.
Destiny Tompkins, 19, made the formal complaint in state Supreme Court in New York Monday after she was suspended from a branch store at the Westchester Mall in White Plains over her box braids last month, the New York Daily News reported.
(TriceEdneyWire.com/GIN)—The latest investigative bombshell by an international team of journalists reveals the kings and queens, presidents and CEOs who have hidden their wealth in foreign ports, far from the prying eye of the taxman. The new report is called the “Paradise Papers.”
The name Lil Peep might not immediately resonate with everybody, but chances are that the current opioid crisis in America probably does. The rapper who became somewhat of a cult figure on the emo music scene died Wednesday night, and his death was probably because he overdosed on drugs — the anti-anxiety prescription medication Xanax, to be exact.