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Sexual Harassment, Don’t Be A Victim

By Bartina L. Edwards One should not have to choose between feeding her children or sleeping with her boss. Thank you, but no thank you. Until recently, there are those who would have scoffed at this statement. While women are not always the victim in all cases of sexual harassment, the statistics show that bear out an overwhelming majority of the victims are women.…

The Rundown: Things to Do Thursday, April 5 – Monday, April 9

By Shawn D. Allison, II Happy Thursday Brothers and Sisters! It’s been a mighty long week, but we are finally here and there’s so much stuff to do in the QC this weekend! There’s all sorts of festivals, plays, concerts and art showcases for everyone to enjoy and if you’re like me, you’re probably going to have to find the nearest laboratory to make clones and experience multiple facets of fun all at once!…

Building Multigenerational Wealth: New York Life’s $50 Billion Promise

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While most cultures use life insurance as a death benefit tool for generating multigenerational wealth, African Americans have generally viewed it as simply a means of covering burial expenses.[1] “It is time to help close the wealth gap by making African-American families aware of the ability to create financial stability, economic opportunity and multigenerational wealth, with life insurance as the foundation,” said Eugene Mitchell, corporate vice president of New York Life Insurance Company’s African- American market.…
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