If the nominees for the 2018 NAACP Image Awards were any indication, the upcoming ceremony for Black excellence could be the best installment yet. The names of those nominated were released Monday.
When my partner said I shouldn’t try a genealogy service because “they’re going to sell your DNA,” I thought he was being over cautious. As it turns out, it seems he was on to something. Action News Jax reports that sites like 23andMe and Ancestry are willing to give up your genetic code to the cops.
Why are stories of sexual assault told by women of color rarely corroborated by society?
In the chorus of women who have recently come forward about abuse in Hollywood, the voices of Black, Latino and Asian women have not been raised above whispers. A demonizing pattern of social conditioning, based on racism, has tainted the images of women of color, especially Black females.
The story of the Pittsburgh Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated (DST) reaches back in history to the early 1920s with the national organization seeking the support of college and university administrators to establish chapters in Pittsburgh.
The digital divide is about to get wider after the Federal Communications Commission’s 3-2 political party line vote on Thursday to scale back the federal Lifeline program, which provides a subsidy to help poor people pay for broadband service, CNN Money reported.
Estate of KEITH BOGART, deceased of Bethel Park No, 6022 of 2017. Dolores M. Bogart, Extr. or to c/o Matthew J. Beam, Esquire, Scolieri Law Group, 1207 Fifth Avenue, Ste. 200, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Jay A. Gilmer, Esq., 5700 Bunkerhill Street, #2207, Pittsburgh, PA 15206, 412-592-9472. Notice is hereby given that Articles of Incorporation were filed with the Department of State of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on JULY 13, 2017, with respect to a nonprofit corporation which has been incorporated under the provisions of the Business Corporation Law of 1988. The name of the corporation is Beltzhoover Consensus Group.
THE OTHER AND WHY WE NEED IT
Despite repeated efforts by President Donald Trump and Republican lawmakers to dismantle the Affordable Care Act also known “Obamacare,” more than 600,000 people signed up for coverage the first week of open enrollment.