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Making a difference: 10 questions for Beverly Guillory Andry

Dr. Beverly Guillory Andry is a member of the Zawadi Fund in New Orleans with deep roots in Louisiana. She is a professor of Entrepreneurship at Xavier University, and serves as a board member of the New Orleans Jazz and … Continue reading

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Appreciating Amy Locklear Hertel and the American Indian Center

Two weeks ago today, one of CIN’s newest board members, Amy Locklear Hertel, began as Director of the American Indian Center at the University of North Carolina. The mission of the American Indian Center is: to bridge the richness of North Carolina’s American … Continue reading

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The Black History Quiz Bowl: from 2010 to 2012

Written by Carolyn Dixon, a member of the New Mountain Climbers  “Instruction in youth is like engraving in tone.” (Morocco) No doubt many people would disagree with me when I say that being educated in a segregated school system had … Continue reading

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Circle of Joy’s Second Awards Ceremony

by Gloria Webb, Circle of Joy The Circle of Joy giving circle in Atlanta held its second annual grant awards ceremony on February 4, 2012. The circle’s mission is to pool members’ time, talents, and treasures to partner with agencies … Continue reading

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10 Questions for Antoine Medley

Where do you get your inspiration from? I am inspired by my daughters. Since their birth each day I get up with the thought that they are looking at me to set the example for them. There is no greater … Continue reading

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