Karen Clark is joined by Bridget Rogers, Lenovo's Director of Customer Service in Software, and Sandra Clarke, Senior Enablement Manager for DaaS. In this latest conversation, the ladies talk about pursuing a career in STEM and how Lenovo continues to set goals in diversity, equity, and inclusion.
A free, week-long youth STEM enrichment program Dates: June 12-16, 2023 Location: North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Raleigh NC Teen Climate Ambassadors in the Youth Engaging in the Science of Resilience: Sensing the Environment and Envisioning Solutions (YES Resilience: SEE Solutions) program explore the local impacts of climate change in their community and investigate strategies for increasing […]
After backlash from activists, a Mississippi sheriff is slightly changing his tune regarding the mysterious death of Rasheem Carter. The post What Happened To Rasheem Carter? Mississippi Sheriff Claims ‘There’s Nothing To Hide’ appeared first on NewsOne.
Today we are spotlighting Anna who dedicated her entire life to God and was one of the first to bear witness to Jesus...
The "Love King" is returning to Raleigh, performing with Marsha Ambrosius at the Raleigh Memorial Center on April 8.
Kirk Franklin is making history as he is now the first artist to spend 100 weeks at number one on Billboard’s Gospel Songwriters chart. “As a songwriter, there are few things more gratifying than seeing your work connect with people on a deep level,” Franklin tells Billboard. “To have my music resonate with so many […]
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Today we are spotlighting Bathsheba and learn why did she had to suffer along with the man who molested her and murdered her husband...
We were honored to have NC’s very own Fantasia return to Women’s Empowerment this year, and the testimony is hitting differently! In this interview with K975’s Mir.I.Am and Ashia Skye, she talks about the women who inspired her, her new book with her husband, and a bit of her impactful journey from American Idol to today! […]
Appealing their convictions, Ahmaud Arbery's murderers are arguing that just because they're racist doesn't mean the racism made them kill. The post Ahmaud Arbery’s Murderers Appeal Federal Hate Crime Verdict Claiming Racism Was Never Proven appeared first on NewsOne.