The future is African — and the United States is not prepared Beginning in 2035, the number of young people reaching working age in Africa will exceed that of the rest of the world combined, and will continue every year for the rest of the century. By 2050, one in every four humans will be […]Read More The Future is African
Morgan DeBaun is no stranger to brand building. In 2014, she left her full-time job at Intuit to launch Blavity, a media company for black millennials, and has since acquired Shadow and Act and Travel Noire—on top of launching 21Ninety, a lifestyle brand for women of color, AfroTech, a conference and site for black entrepreneurs, […]Read More Gettin Your Hustle On…
Putting a spotlight on HBO’s Barry! By Jre Best I think it’s fair to say that HBO might be one of the most influential forces and television ever. Their commitment to long-form high production values storytelling has changed the entire industry; without shows like the Sopranos or The Wire, you wouldn’t get things like Breaking […]Read More Putting a spotlight on HBO’s Barry!
Marianne Williamson, the presidential candidate says her platform is what America deserves Equity Defines election 2020 by Nechel Sheree Best San Diego Califia NOW brings the Marianne Williams and the Reparations Conversation to town San Diego Califia NOW hosted a Speaking Truth to Power Townhall on April 29, 2019, at the Jacobs Center. Featuring a […]Read More Equity defines election 2020
She tells it like it is, “Ignorance is the core of the racial problem.” An hour history lesson from Jane Elliott is worth a 12-year Ph.D. in any educational circle. She’s everything we thought she would be and more. This visit was especially important due to the timely U-T incident where cartoonist, Steve Breen created […]Read More Jane Elliot in San Diego
Meet iGen: The new generation of workers that is almost everything millennials aren’t Just as managers got used to managing their millennial employees, there’s a new generation knocking on the doors of employers: iGen. Born between 1995 and 2012, the first of iGen graduated from college last spring. (iGen is sometimes called “GenZ,” but with […]Read More Meet the iGEN
His recent NRA comments may have drawn a lot of ire and anger in his direction, but it’s easy to forget that Killer Mike has been making points and supporting movements that have some more universal acceptance for quite some time. It appears that he’s revisiting some of those points, recently talking to RollingOut about […]Read More Killer Mike Explains Why Buying Black-Owned Is So Important