I recently had a conversation with Carline Reed, a very dynamic sister from my hometown, Newark, NJ. She does amazing work through Project Build a youth empowerment program providing young brothers and sisters with the self-awareness and skills needed to successfully navigate the myriad of challenges they face growing up as brown people in a world that often does not value their worth and intellect. 1,974 more words
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‘An investment in knowledge pays the best interest’ – Benjamin Franklin
The economic situation:
‘South Africa’s rand has tumbled by 21% against the US dollar this year.’ –320 more words
Girls from Ilchester Primary School have been invited to discuss cybersecurity at the Houses of Parliament
A group of Year 5 girls from Ilchester Primary School in South Somerset are celebrating having been invited to the Houses of Parliament to share their cybersecurity knowledge with MPs and industry representatives. 355 more words
Paul Greenhalgh, one of Croydon Council’s most senior executives, is to retire from his job in Fisher’s Folly this summer.
Aged 61, Greenhalgh will step down from his £170,000 per year position as “Executive Director, People” at the end of July, undoubtedly taking advantage of the redundancy terms currently on offer at the council. 892 more words
Foundation work has begun on a relocated primary school in Monkton Heathfield to meet the demands for new primary school places in Somerset.
Developers Persimmon and Redrow on behalf of Somerset County Council are delivering the 14 classroom school on the Monkton Heathfield housing estate. 347 more words