America D. Lenox has had a tough time. She had a daughter while a junior at Southern University New Orleans. She was denied child care three times while working to read and study enough to do well and graduate, so she had to improvise to make it all work.
“Any attempt by a President to use the office of the presidency of the United States for personal political gain—rather than the national interest—fundamentally undermines our sovereignty, democracy, and the Constitution …
Through Dec. 31, Google’s 11,000-square-foot Learning Center will provide classroom training for job seekers, entrepreneurs, educators, students and anyone seeking to land a job, accelerate their skills, take small business classes...all for free.
Hundreds of area high school seniors, armed with transcripts and test scores, descended on Gary’s Genesis Convention Center Wednesday where representatives from more than 60 colleges and universities dangled on-the-spot scholarships.
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This year’s National Voter Registration Day (September 24) shattered records with an estimated 400,000 citizens registering for the first time or updating their voter registration.