Combatting Discriminatory Appraisal Practices Which Cost Homeowners Their Equity

Steve Tomkowiak

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By Steve Tomkowiak
Urban Aging News

Many adults consider homeownership to be the realization of the “American Dream.” Homeownership can enhance self-worth,

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Who Told You Can’t Succeed

Meshell R Baker

Meshell R Baker, ShiftCo Co-Founder is one of the speakers that presented at Black Media Weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma during Juneteenth Weekend 2022.

By Meshell Baker

Meshell’s Success Misnomer #1 – There is no can’t.

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News Spotlight: Ingham County Announces First Probable Case of Monkeypox Virus

Know the symptoms of monkeypox and when to contact a healthcare professional.

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LANSING, MI. – The Ingham County Health Department (ICHD) has been notified by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services that the first probable case of Monkeypox was identified in Ingham County.

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Mrs. Pizzo’s Workshop: What lessons does geography provide?

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A: Geography provides lessons that include environmental features, location, and safety.

Let me start with a disclaimer: I am directionally challenged. This means that on a regular basis I find myself wandering around lost,

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Early Voting and Voter Registration Hours are Extended by Lansing City Clerk’s Office on Wednesdays and the Weekend Prior to Primary Election Day

LANSING, MI  – The South Washington Election Unit is open to Lansing City voters for early voting and voter registration for the August 2nd Primary Election. The winners of this election will move forward on the ballot for the general election.

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Midlothian’s “Batwoman” a Victim of Racial Profiling: Daily Walk turns into police warning

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By Asia Nicole Alcorn
Texas Metro News

For the past four months, a Midlothian resident who identifies as a Black female, mid-40s and single mother, has been walking through her neighborhood as a form of exercise.

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Don’t Wait…Prepare for it

Landis Lain

By Landis Lain

Recently a young relative perished in a motorcycle accident at the age of thirty-three. He left a wife and small children. As we navigate upstream through the morass of legalities and life insurance and grief,

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5 Practices To Build Sales Confidence

Meshell R Baker

Meshell R Baker, ShiftCo Co-Founder is one of the speakers that presented at Black Media Weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma during Juneteenth Weekend 2022.

By Meshell Baker

“There’s power in allowing yourself to be known and heard,

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Mrs. Pizzo’s Workshop: How can education communities stay connected during the summer?

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A: Education communities can stay connected by preparing postcards in advance.

Young learners are resilient, optimistic, and caring. Each day, I witness the power of their strength and tenacity to stay connected to friends,

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News Spotlight: Meridian Township Issues Cease and Desist Order to Internet Provider’s Subcontractor

Internattional, Inc. No Longer Authorized to Perform Work in the Township

 Meridian Township, MI – Effective June 30, International, Inc., the subcontractor for MetroNet,

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