Scholarships and Grants for African American Students

Despite significant improvements, African-Americans are still very underrepresented on college and university campuses.

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Multicultural Segments Face Increased Risks from Coronavirus COVID 19

Multicultural population segments face consistent health challenges, however in a national health crisis, many immigrant populations and people of color face even higher risks. During the Coronavirus COVID 19 Pandemic, as states implement initiatives to protect their populations, there are particular concerns for how to reach those groups that face higher risks.
Why are Immigrant Populations & People of Color facing higher health risks?
There are numerous reasons that may disproportionately affect diverse, multicultural, or immigrant populations. This is not unique to a global health crisis, but also applies to overall health and as discussed in an article Multicultural Healthcare Initiatives – Making a difference many state and local governments continually reach out to multicultural communities.

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Ramadan Tips for Savvy Managers

Ramadan is a time of spiritual renewal. Muslims the world over observe this holy month
through charity, fasting and feasting. One of the five pillars of Islam, Ramadan occurs
the ninth month on the lunar calendar. The basics of Ramadan include:

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Views on Marijuana / Cannabis Among the African American / Black Community

How does the Black Community View Legalized Marijuana
The subject of cannabis and how African Americans view it isn’t straightforward. Throughout the course of the War on Drugs, people of color, specifically African Americans, have been unfairly targeted and singled out for their marijuana use.
However, now that cannabis is being decriminalized and legalized across the country rapidly, many ad agencies and digital cannabis marketing groups want to reassess where African Americans stand on the subject.
Join us as we take a look into how African Americans view cannabis and the overall cannabis industry.

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2020 Multicultural & Diversity Calendar

Multicultural & Diversity dates that are culturally relevant. From month long celebrations such as Black History Month (February), Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 -October 15), National American Indian Heritage Month (November) and Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (May) to more specific observances such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday (January 21) or the Lunar New Year (February 5), the 2020 multicultural & diversity calendar is incredibly diverse.

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Chinese New Year 2020: Year of the Rat

Multicultural & Diversity dates that are culturally relevant. From month long celebrations such as Black History Month (February), Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 -October 15), National American Indian Heritage Month (November) and Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (May) to more specific observances such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday (January 21) or the Lunar New Year (February 5), the 2020 multicultural & diversity calendar is incredibly diverse.

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Scholarships and Grants for African American Students

Despite significant improvements, African-Americans are still very underrepresented on college and…

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Multicultural Segments Face Increased Risks from Coronavirus COVID 19

Multicultural population segments face consistent health challenges, however in a national health…

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Ramadan Tips for Savvy Managers

Ramadan is a time of spiritual renewal. Muslims the world over observe this holy month through…

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Views on Marijuana / Cannabis Among the African American / Black Community

How does the Black Community View Legalized Marijuana The subject of cannabis and how African…

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