African American This category contains the latest news of special relevance to the African American community, including cultural and historical events, awards, scholarships and educational initiatives along with announcements of African American entertainment network events and premieres. Find releases regarding interviews with Black artists, athletes, and business and community leaders. Read reports based on studies about diversity in the workplace, multicultural achievement and issues in education. Also included are results of studies and research devoted to minority health concerns.

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Grameen America CEO Andrea Jung with Bertha, a baker in Los Angeles who is growing her business thanks to a microloan from Grameen America.
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Air Force Staff Sergeant Christopher Solso and his wife, Clare, are presented free groceries for a year and a VIP trip to Tucson, Arizona on behalf of Eckrich.

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Michael & Preslie - Adoption Network Law Center's 2014 National Adoption Month Pro Bono Services Recipients

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Nicole Taylor, President and CEO of the Thrive Foundation for Youth, accepting the award for Outstanding Foundation Grant Maker at the Silicon Valley Philanthropy Day Luncheon.

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Triple amputee MSG John Masson and his family outside their new specially adapted Smart Home in Southern Pines, North Carolina, courtesy of Building for America's Bravest - a partner program between the Gary Sinise Foundation's R.I.S.E. program and Stephen Siller Tunnel To Towers Foundation

Nov 21, 2014

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SIX FINANCIAL STRATEGIES FOR VICTIMS ESCAPING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

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Each night, a huge Christmas tree will be lit near the entrance of Six Flags Over Georgia to mark the official evening events for the all-new Holiday in the Park celebration, beginning November 22 and running on select days through January 4, 2015. The Christmas tree will be lit by local Military families, police officers, emergency personnel and families from the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. The lighting will take place at 6 p.m. before Christmas and at 5 p.m. after Christmas.

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