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Myths and Truths About EOD Techs

NICEVILLE, Florida – (July 19, 2016) – Most people see movies that involve a hero, such as a bomb disposal expert, who works against the clock to defuse an explosive device just seconds before it detonates. While the reality is typically not what Hollywood depicts, the pressures and dangers, as well as the lives saved, are […]

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Deaf Initiatives Creates Employment Opportunity for Deaf Individuals

Columbus, OH. Deaf Initiatives, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created in 1998, through its mission-driven social purpose businesses, Keepsake Theme Quilts, Express T-Shirt Quilts and T-shirt Project, creates employment opportunities for Deaf individuals as a path to personal success, financial independence and self-fulfilled lives. The idea for the social purpose business evolved from the desire to develop a […]

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Social Entrepreneur Reframes The Perception of Black Men

New York, N.Y. Black Men: America’s Great, Underappreciated Assets. What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think about black males in the United States? That’s the question social entrepreneur Trabian Shorters would like more Americans to ask themselves. “I’d follow that question with another: Is it good? – Because too often, the […]

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Financial Planning: What’s Next For LGBT Couples?

Six Steps To Creating A Long-Term Budget, Marriage Or Not, From Wealth Manager

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2016 To Be Hottest Year Ever as Climate Changes

Meet Esther Yang Executive Director of Super Happy Healthy Kids

Pokémon No GO for Lebanese Security Forces

U.N. Agency Starts Food Aid to 6.5 Million People Affected by Drought

Countries Need to be Reminded They Are Built on Diversity

Ban welcomes African Union’s Fund For Peace Operations