Today's Date: January 18, 2021
Citizens for a Pro-Business Delaware Echoes Reverend Al Sharpton’s Calls for the Appointment of Diverse Judges in His Lett   •   Credit Suisse announces endowment with UNCF to fund scholarships for students attending North Carolina-based HBCUs   •   Rivers Casino Philadelphia Resumes Indoor Dining on Saturday, Jan. 16, at Noon   •   American Lending Center Supports Small and Minority-Owned Businesses in Second Round PPP   •   Comcast RISE Awards 166 Black-Owned, Small Businesses in Greater Philadelphia with Marketing and Technology Resources and Makeov   •   LDF Launches Groundbreaking Program to Create Next Generation of Civil Rights Attorneys to Dismantle Racial Injustice and Inequa   •   BET Announces Its Multiplatform Programming Strategy for Inauguration 2021   •   InventHelp Inventor Presents an Improved Underwear Design (ALL-2228)   •   St. Vincent Home for Children Names New Director of Programs   •   Demos President K. Sabeel Rahman Issues Statement on Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2021   •   Connecticut Water Files Application With Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) to Amend Rates   •   Expensify Commits $3 Million a Year to Fight Injustice, Calls for Volunteers to Receive up to $100,000 in Funding   •   United States Army Chief of Staff, General James C. McConville Inspires National Nonprofit Wreaths Across America's 2021 Theme   •   Flex Seal Announces Partnership with Colombia's Top-Ranked Golfer, Sebastián Muñoz   •   Feinstein Institutes Awarded More Than $4M to Research Perinatal Depression   •   Black-Owned Financial Company 'Cents Savvy' Announces New Money & Wealth Management Products to Promote Financial Literacy i   •   BET to Air Mega Night of Tyler Perry Must-Watch Originals With the Return of “Tyler Perry’s The Oval” and the   •   Columbia Care Receives Provisional License for Adult Use at its Patriot Care Dispensary in Downtown Boston   •   My Eyelab is Now in Michigan: New Store in the Saginaw Area   •   MNA Launches Effort to Combat Racism Within the Association, Nursing/Health Profession, and the Health Care Workplace as Tension
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NEW YORK - The angry protests over the brutal death of George Floyd are continuing worldwide, including closing down the "Crossroads of the World," New York's Times Square. Carrying signs and banners demanding justice, thousands of demonstrators vented their collective disdain for police brutality.

June 1, 2020


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