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Honey Brown Hope Foundation Rakes in National, State and Local Recognition

Honey Brown Hope Foundation Rakes in National, State and Local Recognition

Honey Brown Hope Foundation

Houston, TX — The Honey Brown Hope Foundation, a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)3 non-profit that has served youth and their families for over two decades, announced today that it is thankful this holiday season for recently being recognized for its civil rights

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Community Empowerment: Black Chambers of Commerce Where Is My Patronage?

Community Empowerment: Black Chambers of Commerce Where Is My Patronage?

Peter Grear

Educate, organize and mobilize -- Back in September I wrote an article entitled, Voter Suppression: Creating Black Wealth.  The impetus for that article was a commentary written by Earl G. Graves, Sr., Publisher of Black Enterprise. 

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Employees of Small, Locally-Owned Businesses Have More Company Loyalty

Employees of Small, Locally-Owned Businesses Have More Company Loyalty

loyalty to employers

Employees who work at small, locally owned businesses have the highest level of loyalty to their employers — and for rural workers, size and ownership of their company figure even more into their commitment than job satisfaction does

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The Pawns of Politics: Where Is My Patronage?

The Pawns of Politics: Where Is My Patronage?

Peter Grear

Educate, organize and mobilize -- For more than a year leading up to the recently completed General Elections, I’ve written about Voter Suppression, gerrymandering, the Black vote and voters.  

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Verbal Abuse in the Workplace: Are Men or Women Most at Risk?

Verbal Abuse in the Workplace: Are Men or Women Most at Risk?

Abuse in the Workplace

There is no significant difference in the prevalence of verbal abuse in the workplace between men and women, according to a systematic review of the literature conducted by researchers at the Institut universitaire de santé mentale de Montréal

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The Decision to Handle Rejection

The Decision to Handle Rejection

Rev. Manson B. Johnson

The Big Idea: Endurance is the key to achieving challenging goals in life.“Man’s rejection can be God’s direction.  God sometimes uses the rejection of hateful people to move us to a new place or assignment–where we wouldn’t have thought of going on our own.  

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“Many Faces of Poverty” Conference at NCCU

Written by NCCU Department of Public Administration on 02 March 2010.

NCCU Department of Public AdministrationThe NCCU Department of Public Administration will host a conference titled “The Many Faces of Poverty” on March 5, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the H.M. Michaux, Jr. School of Education Building. The purpose is to generate vigorous thought and discussion on ways to address the global plague
of poverty.  Panel discussions and Q&A sessions will round out the event.

Jill Stanton Bullard, founder of the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, will deliver the keynote address. Partnering with Maxine Solomon, Bullard began the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle to alleviate hunger by developing a system to recover, prepare and distribute wholesome, perishable food to the area’s poor and hungry. Last year, the agency recovered six million pounds of food from 220 food volunteers and served nine counties in N.C.  

Bullard has served on the National Council of America’s Second Harvest, the North Carolina Food Policy Council and the Steering Committee of the North Carolina Hunger Summit. She has been awarded the Exemplar Award from The University of Notre Dame, the University of Notre Dame Award of the Year for Community Service, The William C. Friday Park Scholar Award for Excellence in
Leadership, and the Individual Award for Outstanding Service to the Citizens of Raleigh by the City of Raleigh Human Relations Commission.  

Conference panelists and their topics include:  

Moses Carey Jr., chairman of the N.C. Employment Security Commission
“Current Employment Conditions: Prospects for N.C. Residents”

Anita Brown-Graham, Director of the Institute for Emerging Issues  
“Rethinking the Compact and Our Competitiveness”

Gene Nichol, Director of the Center on Poverty, Work and Opportunity at UNC-Chapel Hill
“The Forgotten Call of Social Justice”

Tony Asion, director of El Pueblo, a statewide Latino advocacy and public policy organization
“Latinos in N.C.”

Peter Skillern, executive director of the Community Reinvestment Association ofN.C.
“Social Change Theory”  

Dr. Yolanda Burrell, senior fellow with the N.C. Rural Economic Development Center
“Meeting Folks Where They Are: Creating Access for Low Resourced Groups”

Registration is $15 plus an additional $10 for those seeking CEU credits. For more information, visit  http://nccu.manyfacesofpoverty.com .
Donations of non-perishable goods will be accepted during the conference to aid in the Haiti relief efforts.

North Carolina Central University is the first publicly supported liberal arts college for African-American. This year, U.S. News & World Report ranked NCCU among the top ten HBCUs in the country. As NCCU celebrates its Centennial Year, a diverse student body of more than 8,500 students is enrolled in programs such as law, business, library science, nursing, education, and
biotechnology.