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Cancer continues to impact women at alarming rates. Yet, Black women remain the most likely to die from a cancer diagnosis.
The state agency will assume control of the district in June.
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The leader of Canada will be stopping by the Royal City Friday morning.
A Trump-appointed federal judge was heckled by protesters at Stanford University while speaking at a Federalist Society event. In this video, the school’s associate dean of diversity, equity and inclusion does nothing to stop the protesters.
On this episode of the show, Drs. Kemba Marshall and Cherice Roth join Purdue University 1st year DVM student Bryson Satterwhite to talk about Black hair and professional spaces. They discuss self-acceptance, the professional implications of wearing Black natural hair, and enduring the frequent violation of being touched by people who are curious about their hair. A live and engaged audience takes this episode to another level!
WorkBC says there is currently an untapped resource in job seekers in the community, though they may need some extra accommodations and training.