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Abercrombie’s Discrimination Case Went to the Supreme Court

ByL Stacy Slotnick

“A&F has a longstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion, and consistent with the law, has granted numerous religious accommodations when requested, including hijabs,” noted Abercrombie & Fitch spokesman, Michael Scheiner.  1,300 more words

Law

Snow Day Workout!

Don’t let the weather get in between you and your goals! About the only thing that is going to stop Valor SF from holding our workouts in the community is lighting!

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Remembering "Black Wall Street"


Often I find myself plagued by the current state of the Black American community, but probably not in the way that many may imagine. Like any other community there are prevalent issues, but I choose to focus on what it is we are currently doing well, and what has worked in the past. 947 more words

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Who AM I? 

I am a wife, a paralegal, a friend, and a Pink Zebra. I am grateful for the path that God has given me. I have struggled, I have worked hard and I have achieved. 54 more words

Pink Zebra

Man accused of setting home ablaze is bound over for trial

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A 35-year-old man accused of setting fire to a Tulsa home occupied by three children — one of whom was fatally injured — has been bound over for trial. 89 more words

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Public Schools Poised to Screen for Dyslexia: Are they prepared for the aftermath?

Currently the Oklahoma legislature is considering HB1542, https://legiscan.com/OK/text/HB1542/2015, that would require screening for dyslexia in the public school system, primarily grade K, then 1-3.  This was, in part, driven by the grass roots parent organization Decoding Dyslexia (DDOK). 275 more words

March 3, a Debt to Tulsa Public Schools or "No, No, No, and No"

A special election will be held this Tuesday, March 2, 2015 (ballot here).  From the coverage in the press, there seems to be no real opposition.  544 more words