Actress Janet Hubert, known affectionately as “The Original Aunt Viv,” shared words of wisdom after a recent hospital visit for an unknown health concern.  In a now-deleted post on Instagram, the 65-year-old veteran entertainer wrote a poignant post about anger and dealing with people.  “Don’t waste precious time people in anger,” Hubert captioned with a
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Mursion, a tech company which provides virtual reality diversity and inclusion training for corporations across the globe is now being questioned about its own internal DEI practices. According to BuzzFeed, the company’s services includes creating virtual reality stimulations that allow participants to interact with animated humanoid avatars in hypothetical, racially charged scenarios. The avatars’ actions
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How To Step Down The Corporate Ladder Most career advice revolves around moving up the career ladder. However, there are also those times when you must step down the corporate ladder. If that is your current situation, chances are high you had not planned for the changes. Our economy is fluctuating and the pandemic is not
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Digital Interviewing When the pandemic took hold in 2020, video conferencing became the go-to tool for many businesses. Video provided a way for team members to stay connected regardless of where in the world they were. At the same time, video gave companies a way to host effective training and interviewing experiences. There was an increase of
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This is one of the photos I included on our holiday cards we sent out to friends and family this year. Oscar’s angry little expression just KILLS me—I love it so much! This week, I thought I’d also share a little confession … all the shopping I did on Black Friday was for me. Lol.
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As soon as the holidays roll around, our family’s annual gingerbread house decorating contest begins. Think gumdrops, candy canes, icing, and marshmallows–any candy is fair game to make your gingerbread palace stand out from the rest. But this year, I have a new dessert to introduce to the competition: The humble yule log, also known
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If you’re considering putting an unmarked key into a drawer filled with keys, you’re better off simply throwing it out instead. Not only won’t you be able to find that unmarked key when you need it, but you’ve just made it more difficult to sort the other keys as well. We hesitate to embrace or
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Civil Conversations In The Workplace ​ Civil conversations are engagements aimed at sharing views or information on topics of high importance in the lives of the general public. They usually stem from and are dictated by our analysis of what mainly influences our social, economic, and political lives, among other things. However, the level of engagement
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Black Twitter is demanding an apology for Jordyn Woods from Khloe Kardashian after her baby’s daddy, Tristan Thompson, had another child outside of their relationship. The social media platform was abuzz with the news of Thompson’s newborn. The request stemmed from Khloe’s 2019 attempt to attack and blackball Jordyn after accusing her of cheating with
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A’lea Lynn’s grandfather clearly, understands what supporting his granddaughter’s business looks like.  The Atlanta-based woman, 21, regularly posts her wig creations to the social media site. And although her fledgling business is still growing, Alea’s PawPaw served as the model for her custom-installed wigs. She also offers reviews on various brands of weave hair and
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More than a decade after becoming a published author for the first time, Serena Williams has announced the forthcoming arrival of her first children’s book, The Adventures of Qai Qai. Announcing the project exclusively to Good Morning America, Williams shared that she hopes the book will teach some important lessons to fans of her daughter Olympia‘s favorite doll,
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