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Making Money vs Wasting Time on Facebook

Making Money vs Wasting Time on Facebook

Simply making their first dollar on Facebook could change a person’s outlook on how to use the site, more importantly, social media at large. Are people okay with just scrolling, reading about other people’s problems, laughing and reacting to posts that are probably not that funny? If not, this article could be very beneficial, so be […]

Former President Wants to Inspire a Generation of a ‘Million Young Obamas’

Former President Wants to Inspire a Generation of a ‘Million Young Obamas’

During a conference in Japan, on March 25, 2018, the former U.S. president stated he wants to use the Obama Foundation and social media as a way to “create a platform for young, up-and-coming leaders.” The former president used this phrasing to explain he could potentially create a million young, underclass Barack or Michelle Obamas. […]

Yvonne LaGrone and Her Road to Litigation

Yvonne LaGrone and Her Road to Litigation

Yvonne LaGrone is a black Lawyer from the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. At the tender age of 5, she knew that it was her destiny to become a lawyer. She designed her life around this dream and soon came to realize this dream was her only hope. The only back-up plan she ever had was to become […]

Black Women and the Evolution of Hair

Black Women and the Evolution of Hair

For many years black women have come under heavy scrutiny and criticism for having darker skin tone, voluptuous body shape and a unique texture to their natural hair. Throughout the pages of history and modern day media, black women have been mistreated and negatively portrayed in the eyes of other races. Despite unfavorable representation, black […]

Chalmers Elementary Specialty School of Excellence Report Card Pickup

Chalmers Elementary Specialty School of Excellence Report Card Pickup

On Thursday, Chalmers Elementary Specialty School of Excellence had their report card pickup. Since this was the day for parents and guardians of students to pick up report cards, the elementary students had a day off from school. However, teachers were required to be at the school from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Students were […]

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