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Student loan borrowers need enforcement and repayment flexibility

Clearly, consumers want repayments to be manageable, but there are also concerns for fairness and enforcement ...

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Who speaks for you?

“Who speaks for you?” The response: 40 percent of African Americans surveyed said, “No one,” 24 percent said, the National Action Network President and MSNBC ...

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Moving ‘up’ isn’t as easy as you might think

If you have lived in a middle-class neighborhood for most of your life, you might take them for granted ...

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Using your power as a consumer

economic power to affect change in our communities, change in the businesses we patronize and even change the world ...

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African leaders avoid U.S. Blacks

African leaders constantly complain about how they are negatively portrayed in the U.S. media, about how Blacks ...

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Money talk falls on deaf ears

money speaks loudest when it is under duress ...

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How can Black businesses learn to speak the language of maximum profits?

Marketing is a lot like a language; you can get all the words right and still project the wrong message, or worse project no message at all. ...

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Including us in economic inclusion

Black folks would be well on our way to a higher level of economic self-sufficiency. ...

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Why do Black business need to fail?

If you are a Black business the failure number escalates and yet the rate at which Black people are going into business is now three times the national average across the board. ...

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New EEOC report examines obstacles facing African Americans in federal workplace

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) today issued a comprehensive report addressing major obstacles hindering equal opportunities for African Americans in the federal work force, in addition to highlighting stakeholder recommendations ...

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