The National Civil Rights Museum has announced that Charlayne Hunter-Gault, an American journalist and one of the first African American students to enroll in the University of Georgia, is one of the recipients of its 2014 Freedom Award.
No matter how much you prepare for retirement, there will be some surprises--both financially and emotionally.
The honeymoon's over. While it would be nice to always glow in marital bliss, reality will soon set in when it comes time to talk finances.
With the low home prices and equally low interest rates, experts agree that this is the perfect time to invest in real property.
Many of us remember Dowoti Desir when she was the Executive Director of the Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial, Educational and Cultural Center in Washington Heights. She always exuded an air of the global diaspora and now that international aura is fully expressed in her book Goud kase Goud—Conjuring Memory in Spaces of AfroAtlantic.
A personal website has given many job seekers a competitive edge. Building a site might help you better showcase your job credentials.
While federal student loans have a provision that discharges the debt if a borrower dies, private student loans are a different story.
A true leader leads by example. Check out our suggestions on inspiring your employees and elevating your business to the next level.
Before Edward Snowden, the NSA and Prism made headlines, a group of technologists was dedicated to making the Internet more anonymous.
Recessions are bad for babies — and not just during the recession, according to new research.
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