Eyes on Enterprise: Racism in Corporate America - Importance of Diversity
Examining entrepreneurship, business development, wealth creation, money management, and risk taking, across all races and ethnicities.
December 9th, 2013
Written by Jesse Washington - AP National Writer in Eyes On The Enterprise with 0 Comments
Who will replace Mandela as a symbol of freedom on the world stage? While he achieved much, there is so much more left to be done in many places to get rid of racism, discrimination and human oppression. The passing of Nelson Mandela leaves a waning number of global figures representing freedom and resilience against oppression - and a changing world that makes it harder for anyone to approach...
December 8th, 2013
Written by Manny Otiko in Eyes On The Enterprise with 0 Comments
A new poll shows that the GOP may still have its work cut out for it when it comes to attracting Latinos, the nation's largest minority population. In the last presidential election, Latinos voted overwhelmingly for the Democrats and President Barack Obama. According to the Hispanic Values Survey, conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute, half of Latinos identify with the Democratic...
November 7th, 2013
Written by Kimberly Hefling - AP Education Writer in Eyes On The Enterprise with 0 Comments
The nation's report card shows that students overall are still underachieving despite the fact that today's fourth and eighth graders are doing better than their predecessors in math and reading. Even with record scores of improvement, it's too early to celebrate. The vast majority of the students still are not demonstrating solid academic performance in either subject, according to the 2013...
November 5th, 2013
Written by David Bauder in Eyes On The Enterprise with 0 Comments
A lack of black women as regulars has become an issue for the long-running and popular "Saturday Night Live" show. Kerry Washington's recent appearance as host of "Saturday Night Live" gives that television institution something it hasn't seen much lately: a black woman onstage trying to make people laugh. The show's diversity has become an issue, pushed to the forefront by comments from the two...
November 2nd, 2013
Written by The Associated Press in Eyes On The Enterprise with 0 Comments
The University of Georgia has launched a $10,000 program billed as a way to attract more black males to the student body. Currently, black males are 3 percent of undergraduates at the Athens campus. There are nearly twice as many black females enrolled. But both figures are dwarfed by the statewide African-American population, which accounts for almost a third of Georgia residents. UGA leaders...