October 24, 2020         
Zayed Award for Human Fraternity Judging Committee meets with Pope   •   Acushnet Holdings Corp. to Announce Third-Quarter Financial Results on November 6, 2020   •   Research Finds Girls' Schools Graduate Global Changemakers   •   Fashwire Awarded Coveted First-Place Award at Startup Grind’s Inaugural Virtual Global Pitch Battle Competition   •   Dorsey Recognized as a 2020 Best Adoption-Friendly Workplace by Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption   •   DMS Identifies Ecommerce Growth Trends for Advertisers Ahead Of Holiday Season   •   Equity and Inclusion Take Center Stage at 50th Anniversary LABC Architectural Awards   •   Grand Opening of the 25th China (Guzhen) International Lighting Fair   •   Student Laptop Drive Raises $67,000 for Laptops 4 Learning   •   Mastercard Recognizes Women’s Small Business Month Expanding Partnership with Impact Investment Platform CNote   •   President & CEO Cheryl McKissack Daniel Of McKissack & McKissack Featured In 'Our America: Living While Black' 60-Minute   •   Government of Canada appoints Federal Special Representative to facilitate discussions between commercial lobster industry and F   •   NALCAB Hosts Virtual Latino Policy Summit to Explore Priority Issues, Solutions for Nation’s Economic Recovery   •   COVID-19 in the Americas Conference sets out to “Re-think Everything”   •   Corporate Social Responsibility Related News Releases and Story Ideas for Reporters, Bloggers and Media Outlets   •   New AARP Dashboard Reveals Ohio's Efforts to Protect Nursing Home Residents During Coronavirus Pandemic Still Fall Short   •   Viamonte At Walnut Creek Reopens Preview Center Ahead of Community Completion   •   Limited edition 2021 Ford Bronco up for bid, supporting St. Jude Detroit Gala, Michigan native Danny Thomas' dream to end childh   •   Psychedelic Feminism Goes Global   •   Cool Creek Family Health Launches a New Type of Medical Care in Carmel

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