Michael Jackson’s Son Purchases $2 Million Mansion For His 18th Birthday

Some children are lucky to get a car for their 18th birthday, but not if your father was The King of Pop. Michael Jackson’s youngest son, Prince Michael Jackson II, celebrated a landmark birthday by purchasing a $2.62 million mansion, according to Variety. Prince Michael, who had his name legally changed to Bigi, is affectionately… Continue reading Michael Jackson’s Son Purchases $2 Million Mansion For His 18th Birthday

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3 Things to Never Ask a Military Veteran in the Workplace

Veterans Law Attorney cites critical questions to avoid when interviewing a military veteran for hire—and engaging with those already on-staff—to avoid legal landmines and foster military-friendly employer status According to the U.S. Department of Labor, in August 2019 the 3.4% veteran unemployment rate represented the 12th consecutive month this metric was lower than the non-veteran… Continue reading 3 Things to Never Ask a Military Veteran in the Workplace

Amazon Raises Pan-African Flag at Seattle HQ to Celebrate Black History Month

A 40-foot Pan-African Flag was raised last week on Amazon’s headquarters in downtown Seattle as a symbol of the tech giant’s commitment to diversity. The Black Employee Network (BEN), one of Amazon’s 10 employee affinity groups, organized the flag display and a corresponding event on Feb. 13 as part of Amazon’s Black History Month programming.… Continue reading Amazon Raises Pan-African Flag at Seattle HQ to Celebrate Black History Month

Serena Williams Joins Startup That’s Helping Working Moms Get Jobs

Tennis and entrepreneurial great Serena Williams has joined forces with The Mom Project. Williams will serve as the company’s new strategic advisor. The Mom Project is the leading career destination connecting moms with world-class companies. The Mom Project, which launched in 2016, serves a growing community of over 200,000 professionals by connecting them to over $50 million… Continue reading Serena Williams Joins Startup That’s Helping Working Moms Get Jobs

Illinois Police Unlawfully Arrest and Detain Black College Athlete

In one of the latest incidents of cops’ gone rogue, Illinois police officers arrested an innocent young black man. On Feb. 24, 2019, Jaylan Butler was traveling by bus from a college championship tournament in South Dakota with his swim team. Sometime after 8:00 p.m., the bus pulled over on a road off Interstate 80… Continue reading Illinois Police Unlawfully Arrest and Detain Black College Athlete

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