Our financial advisor Jini Thornton discusses the dilemmas citizens are facing being forced to return to work but are making more money from unemployment checks during the pandemic.
August 2016 was Chicago’s deadliest month in nearly two decades, leaving the city’s streets riddled with shell casings and bloodshed from mostly African-American bodies. According to the Chicago Police Department’s crime statistics, an astonishing 474 people were victims of homicide in 2016. In August alone, there were 92 deaths, a number slightly lower than July 1993 […]
Tidal recently announced that $1.5 million of the proceeds from their Tidal X: 10/20 charity concert, which took place in Brooklyn back in October, will be distributed to Black Lives Matter and several other organizations that are leading social justice movements.
NEW YORK — At a listening event for the Jay-Z and Kanye West album, “Watch The Throne,” Jay-Z slightly criticized President Barack Obama and his reaction to unemployment. GQ reports: “Numbers don’t lie. Unemployment is pretty high. It’s fucked up, but he’s trying not to be the angry black man.” Read The Whole Story At […]