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He’d taken Mommy’s coffee cup from the table, Added salt to it, and started his fable. “Mommy I wanted to give you something too! I added special sugar to your morning brew!” Mommy was not amused- her temper started to grow. After all, she was no good without her morning joe. Finally… A Children’s
27-year-old immigrant Shinjini Das is an author and the founder and CEO of The Das Media Group. Das is more than a digital marketer and millennial influencer, she is an advocate for gender and racial equality with the U.S. Department of State. https://www.forbes.com/sites/christinecarter/2019/04/29/shinjini-das-on-honoring-culture-as-an-indian-immigrant-in-the-workplace/#32ca356573dd
Parent advocate Sarah Johal outlines the steps for making your company truly ‘child-friendly.’ https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/332738
We’re having a heartfelt and engaging discussion on reproductive challenges within the black community because the time for change is now. https://www.parents.com/getting-pregnant/infertility/why-is-infertility-still-taboo-in-the-black-community/
Many of the Black millennials who grew up with the previous initiative are now parents themselves, and the fast food landscape has changed dramatically. https://blavity.com/heres-how-black-millennials-moved-mcdonalds-to-focus-on-the-black-community-again