“Pride,” or “Gay Pride,” as it is also known, has transformed from a “day,” or a “weekend,” or a “month” of celebration to Pride 365! Continue reading Where to Celebrate Pride Month During the Month of June
By Charna Flam, Jazz Tangcay, Angelique Jackson, Variety
Oprah Winfrey and Steven Spielberg have reunited to revive “The Color Purple” into a movie musical, directed by Blitz Bazawule. Continue reading ‘The Color Purple’ Trailer: Fantasia Shines in Musical Remake by Oprah Winfrey and Steven Spielberg
The Top LGBTQ+ Friendly list was compiled from market research, independent research, diversity conference participation and survey responses that were performed by DiversityComm’s agents and/or affiliates. Continue reading DiversityComm’s Black EOE Journal Announces Top LGBTQ+ Friendly Companies Early Results
Everyone deserves a health care team that puts their needs first, but for the LGBTQ+ community, it can be difficult to find facilities that not only understand certain LGBTQ+ health concerns, but will go out of their way to make their patients feel included in their practices. Continue reading The Best Practices for LGBTQ+ Inclusive Healthcare
By Brady Rhoades
Deshauna Barber’s father is a retired special forces Master Sergeant that instilled “leadership, discipline and integrity” in all his children, said Barber in an interview with U.S. Veterans Magazine. Continue reading Deshauna Barber: On the Move
By Natalie Rodgers
If you’re a fan in any capacity to Formula 1 racing, then you know who Lewis Hamilton is. One of the greatest car racers, Hamilton has taken the world by storm—not only for his abilities on the track but for his Continue reading Nicolas Hamilton: Racing to Make a Difference
Most employers want to hire people with experience. But how do you get experience if you can’t get hired? It’s a classic bind.
One solution is to Continue reading Five Ways to Gain Work Experience
The 92-year old activist, state legislator, and preacher was honored for his numerous contributions to America’s most important civil rights battles. Continue reading News Civil Rights Attorney Fred Gray Honored With NAACP LDF’s Lifetime Achievement Award
The legendary singer died Wednesday, May 24 after a long illness at her home near Zurich in Switzerland, her publicist Bernard Doherty confirmed in a statement. Continue reading Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll Tina Turner Passes Away at 83 After Long Illness
Academy Award-winner Ariana DeBose will portray the first Afro-Latina princess.
The trailer for Disney’s latest animation film, Wish, is here, and we’re already in love with the leading princess, voiced by West Side Story Academy Award-winning actress Ariana DeBose. Continue reading Disney Releases Trailer for ‘Wish’ and The New Princess Has Braids
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It looks like Ticketmaster may have some competition on its hands. Two Black founders, 21, dropped out of New York University (NYU) because they were confident in their ability Continue reading Two 21-Year-Old College Dropouts Just Raised $5M To Rival Ticketmaster With Its Live Events Platform
By Rhonisha Ridgeway, Yahoo!Life.
While job hunting, be aware that employers come across thousands of resumes. According to Indeed, “On average, employers look at resumes for six to seven seconds. However Continue reading Resume Do’s and Don’ts