4 Words and Phrases You Say That Surprisingly Have Anti-Black Racist Origins

What’s in a word? Well, sometimes, way more than you think. While growing up as a 90s kid in Mississippi, I remember when someone non-Black referring to me as Black was a little awkward, maybe even slightly offensive. African-American was deemed the more appropriate racial descriptor at the time in the South. Today, especially during the rise of the Black…

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Figure out which online learning platform is the best for your needs

Udemy, MasterClass, and Skillshare are just a few of the many online learning platforms that all sound very interesting, however, other than viewing an ad on social media, many of us are unfamiliar with the various options or where to start. Depending on specific interests, career aspirations, or learning goals, each platform offers something a little different. This list can…

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People with student debt have some relief until September 30

Since March, Americans carrying student loans received relief in the form of suspension of payments, collections, and interest on federal loans. Twice during 2020, that relief was extended through the end of January. One of the Biden administration’s first executive orders was to extend the suspensions through Sept. 30. Black college graduates owe an average of $25,000 more in student…

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