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Eager to satisfy our need to connect as humans, WRAL interviewed five of NC’s largest networking member groups to see how they felt about returning to in-person events. Here’s what CED (Council of Entrepreneurial Development) had to say.
Less than a month after schools in rural North Carolina areas were faced with the impact of lack of access to high-speed internet in the face of new virtual learning guidelines, the state is providing solutions.
The entire world is participating in a global rallying civil rights cry for months, so my main question for the professional world is: why aren’t we talking about it? Walk West CEO Donald Thompson offers some guidelines for people who feel uneasy discussing the topic of race inequity in the professional landscape.
As our culture becomes more and more dependent on technology to drive our everyday interactions, and that technology is increasingly offered by a few massive tech companies, people are beginning to feel the pains of ‘messing with the big boys’.
In the light of increased racial sensitivity, leading software companies such as Red Hat are reconsidering the inclusion of controversial jargon, such as “master/slave” and “whitelist/blacklist” in software systems, while others have already done so for years.