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Harlem Black Entrepreneurs – LoLo’s Seafood Shack

On Saturday, October 24th, Chase Bank is hosting Black Entrepreneurs Day, a celebration of black business and entrepreneurship. The event will be hosted by Shark Tank’s Daymond John. During the event, Daymond John will lead discussions with Brian Lamb, JPMC’s Head of Diversity and Inclusion, and black entrepreneurs from the worlds of business, sports, and …

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New Strategies in the Playbook: Athletes Turned Activists

By Jade Lawson From the boxing ring to the Olympic podium and the sidelines of football fields, athletes continue to harness the spotlight to raise awareness of racial injustice in America.  While millions are quarantined in their homes due to a global coronavirus pandemic, America has also been forced to reckon with an even longer …

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R.B.G. – Our Superstar – Is Gone !

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg – our nation’s leading advocate of “equality under law” – has died, and her loss will be widely felt.     Her impassioned and compelling judicial opinions – and dissents – which fought for (and advanced)  gender equality and rights for the disabled, and against stereotypic prejudices of all types, were landmarks …

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Op-Ed: Recap of the RNC Campaign of Fear

by THT Staff The Republican National Convention in 2020 focused on how well Republicans feel Trump has done as President for the past four years, making bold statements like ” America needs four more years of President Donald Trump in the White House.” The convention speakers explained why they do not believe that Joe Biden …

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