Saturday, May 27, 2017
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The Obama administration has been a total failure when it comes to small and minority business. How did I come to this conclusion? There are two easy ways to determine what is important to a person or an elected official: ...
Bishop Victor Curry will be joined by Rev. Al Sharpton and Rep. Frederica Wilson on Sunday, August 5, 2012 at 11:00a.m at New Birth Baptist Church Cathedral of Faith International on for their Empowerment Sunday service. Sharpton, President of the National Action Network (NAN), will...
Rep. Luis Gutiérrez (D-IL) was joined by over 20 other members of Congress yesterday on Capitol Hill to announce efforts to support and assist those who are DREAM Act-eligible wishing to apply for deferred deportation.  Gutiérrez estimates this may be...
The Bureau of Labor Statistics posted the monthly unemployment numbers for July this morning.  Once again, they were lackluster.  In 2009, President Obama predicted a 5.6 percent unemployment rate in July 2012.  The economy added 163,000 jobs, which is...
By Damon C. Williams of the Philadelphia Tribune The U.S. Department of Education is backing up its stance of boosting school results with a pair of federal grants that have the potential to drastically alter public education. The grants — one...
Gabby Douglas, 16, of Virginia is now the first African-American Olympic all-around champion in gymnastics after winning the gold medal in London. Douglas earned her second gold medal of the Olympic Games by winning the all-around with a high-flying uneven bars...
“For nearly a century, the National Urban League has been inspiring people of every race and every religion and every walk of life to reach for the dream that lies at the heart of our founding…” President Barack Obama Last...
Rep. Rob Wittman (R-VA), whose district covers parts of Virginia all the way from Hampton and Newport News to Prince William County, today called on Congress to stay in Washington to complete work on critical items with looming deadlines. Congress...
Tuesday's runoff win for Ted Cruz, the former state solicitor general, produced a few glowing headlines on how he's poised to become the state's first Latino senator. Cruz, who defeated GOP insider and current Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst in the runoff election,...

Laysha Ward

Name: Laysha Ward Title/Occupation: President, Community Relations and Foundation Organization: Target What Makes The Person A Game Changer: In 2008, Laysha Ward was appointed as the president of community relations and the Target Foundation at Target Corporation. She began her career at...