Pounding the Pavement I recently read an article about the “high” unemployment rate among minorities. The article specified that the unemployment rate does not equate to the number of folks currently out of work, or unemployed, as you would think. ...
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NATIONAL CARIBBEAN-AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH, 2014 - – – – – – - BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION Caribbean Americans are part of a great national tradition, descendants of hopeful, striving people who journeyed to...
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Rita Vee | Social & Media Lover! LRDB Social Media Manager Check out her photos from this year’s National Puerto Rican Parade 2014
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Twelve years of primary education have come and gone. Your young adult is about to leave the nest to head off to college. If this is your first child to head off to school, you may be at a loss as to where to start. A year ago I was nearly clueless as to how to get the process started after those acceptance letters started rolling in. While we are thrilled for our children, we are secretly unsure as to what we need to do next as parents. Below is a listing of simple tips which I hope will guide parents through the “now what” period from acceptance letter to first day on campus.