In the ongoing conversation about the lack of African American women and girls in STEM, Google has
been making efforts to change the narrative. Leading the charge is the
company’s newly hired Head of Black Community Engagement, Valeisha
Butterfield. Here, TNJ.com talks to Butterfield about Google’s tech initiatives and upcoming plans to engage with the Black community.
Surrounded by a montage of vintage photographs, more than a dozen from
his vast collection, Chuck Stewart is in a comfortable cove to relate
bits and pieces of his remarkable life. “I guess if I hadn’t been a
photographer, I might have been an economist since I did pretty well in
those classes in college,” he said without a trace of regret. And at 85, with an archive of photos of notables to his credit,
including a veritable pantheon of jazz greats, Stewart appears quite
content to rest on his considerable laurels.
An entrepreneur's work is never done – especially since running a business requires a lot of hard work and dedication. So, how can busy entrepreneurs make their life a little easier without compromising their bottom line? Check out our guide to managing that workload.
Did you know that a little extra weight may actually be good for you? A report published in the Journal of the American Medical
Association indicates that there is a direct connection between excess weight and life
The late Percy E. Sutton, one of New York City’s most prominent
political, civil rights and business leaders, will be honored at this
year’s Harlem Fine Arts Show (HFAS), at the Riverside Church, 91
Claremont Avenue, Harlem, from February 7-10.