The pleasure of being necessary to my parents was profound. I was not like the children in folktales: burdensome mouths to feed. All I had to do for the two dollars was clean Her house for a few hours
By Marlene Cimons Betty Jordan always regarded melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, as a white person’s disease. “Whenever I heard the word, my mind would automatically think: ‘Caucasian,’ ’’ says.
Politico’s Josh Dawsey and Jennifer Haberkorn report that the White House is in negotiations with the House Freedom Caucus about getting the caucus's hard-line conservative members to support the American
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Bevel, a black-owned business, diversifies its consumer base while staying loyal to its founding ethos. Over three years since Bevel launched, its consumers are “as diverse as one can ask for,” according
If anything you do touches retail or e-commerce, you know it isn't enough to focus on a single sales channel anymore. The winners will undoubtedly be those who master omnichannel sales. In fact, creating
US Navy admiral and UT, Austin, alumnus William H. McRaven returned to his alma mater to give seniors 10 lessons from basic SEAL training when he spoke at the school's 2014 commencement. It was widely
But do you have the right pieces? The essentials? The pieces no wardrobe should be without? It's probably time to take stock of your wardrobe to make sure. Don't get caught in the rain without a raincoat
Mellody Hobson’s life—from her tough Chicago childhood to success as an investment guru, to her marriage to George Lucas, in 2013—has shattered stereotypes of every kind. Bethany McLean charts her rise.
Part of sisterhood means acknowledging that all of our sisters walk different paths and face unique challenges. One of the challenges we (white women) do not face -- no matter how you cut it: size, shape,
Supreme Court Justices Antonin Scalia, John Roberts (Reuters/Brendan McDermid/AP/Larry Downing/photo collage by Salon) Yet again, conservatives on the Supreme Court are poised to do significant damage