By Toter

Lifestyle / News Talk - 2 months ago

The SBA: 70 Years Of Helping Small Businesses Thrive

Since its inception 70 years ago, the Small Business Administration (SBA) has helped millions of small American businesses. It plays an essential role in the U.S. economy, especially during economic crises. With the help of the SBA and others, Black/African American- and Hispanic/Latino women-owned...

Lifestyle / News Talk - 2 months ago

From Detroit to Jackson: Black Judges Are Being Judged Unjustly

The verdict is in — African American judges from Detroit, Michigan to Jackson, Mississippi are being judged unfairly by the very systems of justice they serve. And Black people in both places are being disinfranchised as a result.   In Mississippi, the Department of Justice has sued the state to...

by Toter - 2 months ago

Inmates’ Family Day Planned For Bordelais Correctional Facility

Sustained efforts to ensure the rehabilitation of inmates at the Bordelais Correctional Facility has resulted in the reinvigoration of one well-established activity at the east-coast detention centre. On Sunday, Aug. 6, children of incarcerated parents will receive the opportunity to reestablish the...