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Part 3: Unequal Opportunities in U.S. Arts & Entertainment

Part 3: Unequal Opportunities in U.S. Arts & Entertainment

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve discussed the lack of equal opportunities for Black Americans in the financial services space as well as our country’s education system. [Internal links to past 2 posts] However, the United States arts and entertainment spaces are...

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Part 2: Unequal Opportunities within the U.S. Education System

Part 2: Unequal Opportunities within the U.S. Education System

Whether you’re jubilantly darting around the playground or holed up in a classroom flipping through SAT flashcards, regardless of what year or level you've reached in your schooling, the U.S. education system maintains distinct disparities between Black and white...

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Part 1: Unequal Opportunities in the Financial Services Sector

Part 1: Unequal Opportunities in the Financial Services Sector

When someone tells you to picture what it’s like to work in financial services in the U.S., there are a variety of thoughts that come to mind—Suits and ties, long hours, large salaries, briefcases, wall street, and wealth might be amongst the first few. However, an...

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Discussing the 2020 Protests

Discussing the 2020 Protests

In case you’ve been avoiding the news since the start of the pandemic, beginning in mid-May, there have been a series of protests across a multitude of cities both domestically in the U.S., as well as abroad.  These protests are a result of a culmination of justice...

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Living in Brooklyn During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Living in Brooklyn During the COVID-19 Pandemic

For those of you who may not know, prior to the pandemic, I made the move to Brooklyn.  And although I didn’t picture spending as much time at home as I have these past few months, I am well aware that it’s been an unprecedented, yet life changing experience to...

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Addressing Changes to the Rooney Rule

Addressing Changes to the Rooney Rule

You may have missed it in the flurry of Covid-19-related news announcements and articles.  Or, maybe you’ve cut back on content consumption since quarantine restrictions became enforced.  But as of mid-May, the NFL is instituting changes to Rooney Rule.  In this post...

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How To Adjust Your Career Path

How To Adjust Your Career Path

If there’s one primary way that life is like football, it’s that it’s necessary to have multiple solid strategies in place—and your career path is no exception.  It’s not a secret that I’ve been thinking about my post-NFL career moves. And if there’s one good thing...

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How I’m Avoiding Being “Bored In The House”

How I’m Avoiding Being “Bored In The House”

At this point, I’m sure that you’ve seen the viral, “bored in the house and I’m in the house bored” TikTok videos that have been circulating.  While I’m a big fan of social media and try to maintain an active presence across most social platforms, I haven’t gone all...

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Pivoting Amidst the Pandemic & Beyond

Pivoting Amidst the Pandemic & Beyond

As I sit here staring at empty streets through the window of my Brooklyn apartment, it’s hard not to reflect on how many changes have transpired over the past few weeks. In general, throughout our development—both personal and professional—we’re taught to accept...

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