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    • Kristen Bell Uses ‘Snow White’ To Teach Her Girls Lessons About ConsentENTERTAINMENT

      Kristen Bell Uses ‘Snow White’ To Teach Her Girls Lessons About Consent

      As a Disney princess of the “Frozen” variety, Kristen Bell is well aware of the impact empowering... By Cole Delbyck

    • Some Veterans Worry A PTSD Diagnosis Will Force Them To Choose: Treatment Or Their Guns

      Some Veterans Worry A PTSD Diagnosis Will Force Them To Choose: Treatment Or Their Guns

      Adam Lingo, a retired Army staff sergeant, walked across 11 states last year, flanked by men who had... By Carolina Moreno

    • Building one of America's most successful B&B businesses, OWN TV star bears 'The Gift of Legacy'

      ... for Policy Studies (IPS) and the Corporation For Economic Development (CFED),Hollandhighlights trends in household wealth from 1983 to 2013—a 30-year period. Due to wage disparity, Black women in particular, often do not possess enough disposable income to risk putting their hard-earned money... By Louis Bolling

    • The 3D Printing Revolution is Leaving Its Mark. Just Not in the Way You Expect

      Instead, each household would have an advanced 3D printer that could conjure up whatever your heart desired. In many ways, our ideas of 3D printers were heavily influenced by science fiction. Like replicators from Star Trek, we thought that 3D printers could simply print out objects from whatever... By Ed Sappin

    • Women in Business Q&A: Cristina Miller, Senior VP of Seller Relations, 1stdibs

      Cristina Miller is the Senior Vice President of Seller Relations at1stdibswhere she oversees supply-related initiatives, such as new category growth, and leads seller-facing functions, including sales, account management and support for the company's 2,500 dealers in the Americas. Prior to joining... By Laura Emily Dunn

    • The RAISE Act Falls Short

      On August 2, 2017, Senators Tom Cotton and David Perdue, with the support of President Trump, introduced the Reforming American Immigration for a Strong Economy Act (RAISE Act), which seeks to substantially reform the current U.S. immigration system and replace it with a merits based system that... By Michael Wildes

    • When building climate resilience, women’s needs cannot be an afterthought

      Cross posted fromUN Women. Dilruba Haider is a UN Women Programme Specialist on Disaster Risk Reduction, Climate Change and Humanitarian Actions, with UN Women Bangladesh Country Office. Prior to joining UN Women, Ms. Haider worked with the the United Nations Development Programme, theUK Department... By UN Women

    • CEO's Who Give Back: Ryan Lupberger from Cleancult

      We are offering 25% of all profits made to an island relief fund to help alleviate the damage caused by Hurricane Maria in 2017, the biggest hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in 80 years. I had the pleasure of interviewing Ryan Lupberger, the Founder and Chief Soap Officer (CEO) of Cleancult, a company... By Adam Mendler

    • Honor Him with a Movement, And Not Just Monuments

      April 4, 2018 marks the 50th year of his untimely assassination, which is why I also am very sad and disturbed over the mockery of Mr. Trumps signing earlier this week, a proclamation remembering Dr. King and designating the King Center a permanent national historic park. Mr. Trump’s comments... By Rev. Dr. Amos C. Brown

    • Older Veterans Deserve Better In The Labor Market

      For many older Americans, including veterans, there is hope in the form of a little known federal program established under Title V of the Older Americans Act: The Senior Community Service Employment Program or “SCSEP. Since its inception in 1965, SCSEP, the only federal training program for older... By Gary A. Officer