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Women’s History Not a Month – A Movement

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In five short years we will celebrate 100 years of women's suffrage. Yet women today have not reached equity and are not at the top levels of leadership. Almost 40 years after the passage of the Equal Pay Act, women still earn 80 cents to the male dollar. Latinas earn 60 cents and 30% of all female headed households are in poverty.



Black Leadership Matters

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Black History Month is a time to reflect, learn, and celebrate the countless contributions African Americans have made - a time to recommit to the work of Civil Rights and Community Engagement. One crucial step is incorporating Black Leadership principles into our organizations and society. We begin by acknowledging the last year of the first Black president who has served our country with dignity, integrity, and high ideals.



Four Leadership Lessons from MLK

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As we commemorate the life and contributions of Martin Luther King Jr. We look to four leadership lessons that we can emmulate and follow.



8 Steps to GET Goals not SET Goals in 2016

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Going to the health club in January can be daunting - every machine has a perspiring, "I'm gonna do it," person looking like nothing, I mean nada is going to stop him from lookin' good. How come by the time the March snow begins to thaw, you can feel the prairie wind blowing through that empty health club?



Bienvenido to Hispanic Heritage Month – Energizing Our Nation’s Diversity

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The 2015 Hispanic Heritage month theme “Energizing our Nation’s Diversity” speaks to our changing demographics and the birth our multicultural nation. Latinos have a special role to play because we are diversity – a rich salsa of cultures, countries, and ethnic groups. Latinos come in many colors: white, brown, red, chocolate, or latte. We are a fusion people – mainly Spanish and the indigenous people of this hemisphere, but many Latinos claim French, German, and other nationalities as well.