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June Bacon-Bercey, America’s 1st female TV meteorologist, dies at 90
January 9, 2020
June Bacon-Bercey was a pioneering meteorologist. She was the first African American woman meteorologist and the first woman television meteorologist in the US. ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: Blake Shepherd
January 3, 2019
Cathedral High School senior Blake Shepherd got accepted to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) earlier this month. ... read more »
Open Letter to Starbucks: From Boycott to Victory
May 17, 2018
The Chicago boycott organizers are now planning community forums at more than 300 Black-owned or managed coffee houses, as well as at faith-based and community-based organizations across the U.S., especially near the 12 Starbucks stores previously boycotted.  These community forums will serve as “Black Economic Empowerment Forums," where attendees will develop plans to improve the economic vitality of their communities. ... read more »
Making Sense of Sensors Conference Kicks Off at SCAQMD
September 30, 2017
The combined efforts will help provide a clearer picture of localized air quality for air quality policymakers and stakeholders. ... read more »
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