Category: Local Monitor News

A Playbook For Success: 10 Key Leadership Lessons 

As a young girl, Dana W. White absorbed key lessons that would shape her worldview. Her education began at the Charlottesville-Albemarle Tribune, a weekly black newspaper started by her grandfather, Randolph Lewis White, in 1954. She worked cutting ad sheets, processing black-and-white photos and writing stories at the press, but the experience shaped her career. One

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Two Black Fathers Look To ‘Break Curse’ Of Familial Abuse Through Clothing Line

Xavier Elder-Henson and Roy Williams Jr. have a bond born of their chaotic childhoods and an altruistic, therapeutic desire to end familial cycles of abuse. Together, Williams and Elder-Henson are traveling a cathartic path and have transformed their childhood trauma and personal substance-abuse issues into an inspirational “Family Unit” clothing line. “With ‘The Family Unit,’

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Will the RED, Black and GREEN show up for GAVIN

SDMNEWS doesn’t tell people what to do, but how to think! This recall is the ultimate chess game. King, Queen and its courtsmen are about to attack. But do Soul Cal-Californians really get what’s at stake here?  First, let’s start by introducing Larry Elder. If you don’t watch FOX News you won’t know where he

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SAY NO CALI!!

Commentary: Here’s Why You Need to Vote in the California Recall Election                                                                                   Rick Callender  On September 14 a special election will be held to determine whether Governor Gavin Newsom should be recalled. This is only the fourth time in American history – that a state has held a gubernatorial recall election. The last gubernatorial recall

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Over 5,000 Ugandans Face Job Losses As Government Suspends 54 NGOs

KAMPALA, Uganda — Over 5,000 people employed by 54 non-governmental organizations in Uganda are staring at joblessness after the government halted their operations. The National Bureau for Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO Bureau) indefinitely suspended the operations of the affected entities for failure to comply with statutory regulations. “As a result of its monitoring and investigation functions, the NGO

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Bye Bye ‘Pac Man’? Loss To Ugas May Be Pacquiao’s Final Exit From The Ring

Manny Pacquiao had all but called Yordenis Ugas a “paper champion.” Pacquiao said “it’s kind of embarrassing” that Ugas, the WBA welterweight titleholder, “got my belt without fighting me,” this after being stripped in January due to not defending the crown he won from previously unbeaten Keith Thurman via one-knockdown, unanimous decision in July 2019.

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Black Boxer Mykal Fox On Judge’s Racist Tweets: ‘It’s Like I Lost Before Entering The Ring’

A veteran boxing judge has been hit with a one-two punch. After coming under scrutiny for her scoring of a recent match, Gloria Martinez Rizzo has been suspended “indefinitely” by the World Boxing Association for racially insensitive tweets she posted last year and in 2018. The match in question was between Mykal Fox and Gabriel

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Manny Pacquiao’s Jaw May Be Perfect Target For Yordenis Ugas

Juan Manuel Marquez’s right floored southpaw Manny “Pac Man” Pacquiao once each in the third and last round of his welterweight sixth-round knockout victory in December 2012. A similar scenario played out for Yordenis “54 Miracles” Ugas during a fourth-round TKO win in September 2016, his right dropping left-hander Bryant Perrella in the first and

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