Cannes: No Insurance if Film Festival Axed Due to Coronavirus

Variety is reporting that one of the world's most glamorous and famous film festivals will not be covered by insurance if...

Africa: W. African Countries Court Single ‘ECO’ Currency

West Africa has pulled the trigger. Leaders of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) have adopted the name 'ECO'...

Caribbean Summit: Venezuelan Crisis Tops Concerns

Solving Venezuela's leadership and economic crisis is slated to be a top priority at the 2016 Caribbean Summit.

PolicyLink CEO Angela Glover Blackwell: ‘Organizing Matters’

Angela Glover Blackwell is attentive the entire time at this year’s Georgia Budget & Policy Institute (GBPI) conference. As she peers...

Black Businesses Resuscitating Detroit’s Resurgence

Kate Abbey-Lambertz of the Huffington Post is reporting that black owned businesses are quietly helping Detroit's economic recovery, but getting little...

‘Black Beverly Hills’: View Park Battles Gentrification

Angel Jennings of the Los Angeles Times is reporting that a recent proposal to place predominately African American View Park on the...

Puerto Rico Facing Historic Default on $72B Debt

Alan Gomez of USA Today is reporting Puerto Rico is days away from a historic economic collapse. Gomez writes: "Gov. Alejandro García...

Brazil Uses Text Messaging to Reach Job Seekers

0 is reporting that text messaging is becoming an option for job seekers in places where expensive cell data plans and...

Former DC Mayor Marion Barry Dies

Mike DeBonis and Martin Weil of The Washington Post are reporting that former Washington, DC Mayor and current D.C. Council member...

Why Are So Many Female Veterans Unemployed?

Kelly Wallace of CNN is reporting that the unemployment rate for female veterans who have been discharged since September 11, 2001,...

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