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Bernard Tyson, chief executive officer of Kaiser Permanente, passed away suddenly on November 10, 2019. The 60-year-old San Francisco native was a powerful voice for diversity while also serving as a leading CEO. As Kaiser Permanente’s first Black CEO, Tyson grew the company’s workforce of 174,000 to 218,000 people and increased its annual revenue from…

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Bernard Tyson, the CEO of Kaiser Permanente, has died. The 60-year-old San Francisco native was a powerful voice for diversity while also serving as a leading CEO. As Kaiser Permanente’s first Black CEO, Tyson grew the company’s workforce of 174,000 to 218,000 people, and grew its annual revenue from $53 billion to nearly $83 billion.…

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Serena Williams has admitted it was her male tennis coach who encouraged her to stop breastfeeding because he thought it was impacting her game. The 36-year-old legendary sportswoman gave birth to her daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr., whom she has with her husband Alex Ohanian, 11 months ago. Although she couldn’t wait to get back…

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Tiffany Haddish fans are irate over her Time magazine cover. Many Haddish fans railed against the publication’s editors because of their displeasure over her styling on the magazine cover, blasting the publication over her hair and makeup. Moreover, they want Time to go back and redo the cover for the Girls Trip and “Last O.G.”…

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Kanye West, Laverne Cox and Misty Copeland nabbed spots on TIME’s 100 Most Influential People in the World list. The list, which was released earlier today, names icons, leaders and titans like director Lee Daniels; actor-comedian Kevin Hart; President Barack Obama; Bryan Stevenson, founder of the Equal Justice Initiative; Kira Orange-Jones, executive director of Teach For America, Greater New Orleans; actress Audra…

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While Laverne Cox may have been snubbed by Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People list, the transgender icon comes back swinging, with her very own cover story. In the pages of TIME magazine, the “Orange Is The New Black” star opens up about her tormentors as a child and her journey to self-acceptance. “There was…

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Jay-Z has recently made the Cover of Time Magazine as one of the most influential people in the world. He has been crowned the most influential man in current Hip- Hop.  Now the rest of the planet has finally caught up to what we already knew. Here is our tribute to his fashion sense. If…

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It was the clip seen around the world: news pundit and media executive Goldie Taylor sharing the story of her great, great grandfather’s confrontation with racism and ‘showing his papers.’ Between the Jim Crow-era and modern-day immigration reform tactics, this chilling tale resonated with much of the country, including President Barack Obama who had just…

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Why does it not surprise me that African Americans are conspicuously absent from the tribute to the victims of 9-11 in the special edition of TIME, arguably the world’s most respected news magazine? The editors, writers and photographers of Time could have walked blindfolded in any direction in any of New York City’s five boroughs…

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