By Noelia Aquino Keep your body Virus-Proof Here are five tangible steps that you can take to help boost your immune system and keep yourself safe and healthy throughout quarantine. The immune system has been the talk of the show ever since the Coronavirus outbreak started and we’ve all been staying at home because of
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The Music that Started a REVOLUTION and Empowered Our Soul Protect, Preserve, And Perpetuate: How Black Music Month Started As A Power Play “Black music is the basis for most other forms of music….There is nothing that I know of, no music that is more important, than Black music.” June 7th marks the annual anniversary
Rev. Shane Harris: As I stood on the street 5 feet away from George’s last breath, as many times as I have witness unjust and horrific misconduct, I asked myself, “Why is this different? “I must say, I’m a pretty strong, says Harris, but I’m sensitive to know that I must dig a little deeper
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The Class of 2020’s Guide to All the Virtual Celebrity Commencement Speeches For the class of 2020, May 16th, 2020 @ 8PM, Grad Night will be like no other! Students which will not only take their final classes over Zoom — and, in the case of college students, likely spend its final days of school away
Clovis Honore; former president of the San Diego chapter of NAACP is questioning the legacy organization’s loyalty to its leadership. He spoke to SDMNEWS editor sharing with us his agenda, and devotion to his community. SDMNEWS: In general terms what kind of leadership did you want to offer San Diego, Black San Diego specifically? CH:
The Coolest city ever, is becoming a reality! Last year, Cointelegraph reported early plans for the futuristic city. The project portends a “100% crypto-based city with Akoin at the center of transactional life.” The metropolis would become Senegal’s first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)-certified city. It is set on a 2,000-acre parcel gifted by the Senegalese president.
Understanding how it works can help you stay healthy You may not think about it very often, but your body is surrounded by danger. Danger can be external, in the form of infections, for example, from bacteria, viruses and other organisms. Danger also can be found internally. Our systems are designed to neatly remove our waste and
This global pandemic will shape businesses for decades to come. Black swan events, such as economic recessions and pandemics, change the trajectory of governments, economies and businesses — altering the course of history. The Black Death in the 1300s broke the long-ingrained feudal system in Europe and replaced it with the more modern employment contract.
As the government continues to introduce measures to slow the spread of the virus and promote the best ways to guard against it, some employers may be reluctant to let their staff go just yet! Coronavirus is fast disrupting Americans’ daily lives, from school to work to going out to socialize— and job experts say