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If you look up the word multifaceted in the dictionary, below the meaning of the word, there is a picture of Judge Lauren Lake. It also goes for the words boundless and limitless. Judge Lake wears many hats including judge, singer, interior designer and author. Right now, viewers can see her on season two of…

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Pamela McElvane, publisher and CEO of Diversity MBA Magazine, is bringing to light the diversity crisis in corporate America and what top companies are doing to combat the sometimes unconscious bias that robs companies of doing what’s best for business. McElvane says, “It’s about being aware of the diversity issue and finding intentional solutions —…

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The conversation about domestic violence has re-emerged as the nation witnessed the disturbing footage of former Baltimore Raven Ray Rice striking his then-girlfriend in an elevator. And just as that happened behind closed doors, millions of women and children endure abuse at the hands of men who have lost control. Some scars can be covered…

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Tomeka Hart Vice President, African American Community Partnerships, Teach For America What inspires you to show up to work everyday? Teach For America’s vision is that one day, all children in this nation will have the opportunity to attain an excellent education. I have the awesome task of building authentic relationships in the African American…

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Babies are known for their soft skin and sweet smelling hair. But lets’ be honest, as children grow and the outside elements start to be more of a factor, the “new baby” smell can start to fade. Here are five parent-tested and trusted products made to ensure babies maintain the soft and beautiful hair and…

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As summer comes to a close, it’s time to take that trip to your favorite retailer for back to school shopping. The key to this time of year is seeking the best products for the most reasonable prices, finding items that will last the entire year and beyond. Here are the top 10 places to…

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