20 Years Later, the Y2K Bug Seems Like a Joke—Because Those Behind the Scenes Took It Seriously — TIME

In the final hours of Dec. 31, 1999, John Koskinen boarded an airplane bound for New York City. He was accompanied by a handful of reporters but few other passengers, among them a tuxedo-clad reveler who was troubled to learn that, going by the Greenwich Mean Time clock used by airlines, he too would enter…

20 Years Later, the Y2K Bug Seems Like a Joke—Because Those Behind the Scenes Took It Seriously — TIME
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Kanye West Will No Longer Perform His Old Songs, Will Get Pious Versions — The Urban Daily

Kanye West is serious about the whole born again thing. Reportedly, Yeezy will no longer perform his past secular music, at least in its OG form. According to TMZ, sources say West plans to “never perform his old music in its original form again.” Instead, fans will get safe “for the kids” versions of his…

Kanye West Will No Longer Perform His Old Songs, Will Get Pious Versions — The Urban Daily

OneUnited Bank Launches BankBlack X To Address The Racial Wealth Gap — News One

OneUnited Bank is on a mission to tackle the racial wealth gap in America. The financial institution—which is the country’s largest Black-owned bank—has launched a new initiative focused on financial empowerment within the African American community. The campaign—dubbed BankBlack X—was created to provide financial literacy resources. As part of the project, the bank launched a…

OneUnited Bank Launches BankBlack X To Address The Racial Wealth Gap — News One

New UAPB Program Prepares Students to Meet Demands of Growing Hospitality, Tourism Industry — UAPB News

Will Hehemann | School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human Science With the construction of the Saracen Casino Resort underway in Pine Bluff, college students may consider enrolling in the new hospitality and tourism management degree program offered by the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB), Dr. Brenda Martin, chair of the UAPB Department of Human Sciences, […]

New UAPB Program Prepares Students to Meet Demands of Growing Hospitality, Tourism Industry — UAPB News

Amber Guyger, Botham Jean’s brother, and the Act of Forgiveness

Having lost my mother, brother, and nephew to acts of violence, I know first hand what it’s like to have to wrestle with forgiving the individuals who committed the crime against your loved one. In this video I discuss my perspective of the act of forgiveness given by Botham Jean’s brother and the consolation provided by the judge and bailiff (both black women) to Amber Guyger and the controversy and conversation that has since followed. Please watch and share this video and leave comments also. Blessings