National Black Chamber of Commerce Organizes Black Businesses for Action The National Black Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) finds it shocking that the Department of Labor of the Trump Administration has made a move to eliminate Affirmative Action – a movement with roots within the Republican Party from the CARES Act...
The Census Bureau is hiring up to 500,000 temporary, part-time census takers for the 2020 Census in communities across the country. Temporary positions for the 2020 Census feature flexible hours—a perfect fit if you are looking to earn extra money, even if you already have other commitments. Apply Now Anyone age 18...
The Katie Hall Educational Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors is pleased to announce Attorney Juan R. Thomas, 75th President of the National Bar Association (NBA) will receive the 2018 Katie Hall Public Service Award on Saturday, April 7th. The National Bar Association founded in 1925 is America’s oldest and...
Article Revels that Schiavocampo was Fired for leading Diversity Efforts A published article June 13, 2020 in The Huffington Post reveals for the first time why leading news correspondent Mara Schiavocampo abruptly stopped appearing on GMA in 2017.  According to the report, Schiavocampo was fired in retaliation for leading...
The Small Business Administration and the Department of the Treasury have released numbers for Paycheck Protection Program loan activity during Round Two, which began April 27. Through May 1 of Round Two funding, Indiana banks assisted in completing 31,757 PPP loans totaling $2,060,003,401 in approved dollars. Combining these figures with...
Officials from the Chicago Housing Authority today joined residents of the ABLA/Brooks Homes, Alderman Danny Solis, Amy Rule and area residents for the dedication of the newly renovated Jane Addams Family Resource Center. During a ribbon cutting ceremony, CHA CEO Eugene “Gene” Jones, Jr. said the newly refurbished center, at...
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Click on image to watch the 2018 GYY Triennial Training Exercise Recap videoOn June 22 the Gary/Chicago International Airport (GYY) held a joint, full scale training exercise responding to an aircraft situation in partnership with the City of Gary Fire Department and Indiana Army National Guard. More than 125...
Culver’s will open in Bronzeville at 10 a.m. Jan. 23 in the Lake Meadows Market center, 3357 S. King Dr. It will be the first Culver’s in Chicago within the city limits. Another Culver’s will open in Portage Park later this year. The new 4,300-square-foot Culver’s is part of the...
The National Main Street Center announced it has selected the Morgan Park Beverly Hills Business Association (MPBHBA) to participate in its Chicago UrbanMain program. The MPBHBA will receive technical assistance and capacity building to foster community-driven economic development in the Beverly/Morgan Park neighborhood on the far South Side of...
Juwana Dorsey is not lazy. She wasn’t unemployed because she wanted to be, and it wasn’t for lack of effort. She just needed a connection. In 2014, Dorsey decided to move back home to Chicago from Minnesota, confident that she could find a good job with her experience in hospital environmental...