The Power of Choice

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A fruit vendor waylays you at the top of the stairs when you exit the subway station at my stop. Sometimes it?s a man,...

The Sovereign Lens

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At January?s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the five co-chairs, including Aetna Chairman and CEO Ronald A. Williams, shared their thoughts on actions...

The Sin of Ignorance

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As a child I learned to fear ignorance. My mother would open her eyes wide and wag her hand menacingly as she dismissed a...

Broken Wing

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While on safari in Uganda?s Queen Elizabeth National Park in November, I saw a small bird hopping along our trail. One wing hung low,...

America?s Communities

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For a moment I expected the lone, young white officer striding down my block to doff his hat and cheerfully respond to my ?good...

Sometimes change is good

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Once again, The Network Journal is saluting 25 of the nation's black influential women in business. These ladies are at the top of their...

Across the Pond

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?As The Network Journal began the vetting for its 13th annual list of ?25 Influential Black Women in Business,? I received a here?s-how-I?m-doing email...

When Warriors Die Too Soon

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When I turned 50, Mr. Mack, the owner of Community Barbershop where I have my hair cut, said to me in his inimitably understated...

Letter from a Reader

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??A reader I will identify only by her initials, JL, emailed me about my Editor?s Note in the Summer 2016 issue of TNJ, titled...

Corporate Citizenship

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An Economist Intelligence Unit report has an intriguing reference to the role of government in corporate (social) responsibility. The report, ?Corporate Citizenship: Profiting from...

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