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Leon Bridges shares his evolution to 'Gold-Digger Sound'
"Gold-Diggers Sound" is an apropos name for the third studio album of an artist who struck it rich six years ago with his debut LP.
Leon Bridges' music quickly earned him recognition.
Brooks: The question we all should ask: How racist is America?
One question lingers amid all the debates about critical race theory: How racist is this land?
U.S. Life Expectancy Fell To Lowest In Almost 20 Years; Dropped Year And A Half In 2020 Due To COVID-19 -CDC - Towleroad Gay News
By Dania Nadeem
Kanye's Bizarre Donda Livestream Proves One Thing Hasn't Changed
At midnight on the dot, a great new Kanye West production dropped into the eager maws of waiting fans.
Morgan Wallen Says He Donated Profits From Album Sales After Racial-Slur Video
Just less than six months after a video emerged of Morgan Wallen saying the N-word, the country star returned to the national spotlight with his first interview, on Good Morning America.
Silicon Valley tech giants make slow progress in diversifying the ranks of their leadership - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Under pressure from activists, Silicon Valley technology companies first started putting out diversity reports in 2014.
Leon Bridges: 'My transition was dishwasher one day, star the next'
eon Bridges leans back on a gold velvet couch at Gold-Diggers, a compound in east Hollywood that includes a hotel, nine recording studios, a bar and a live music venue.
The PBJ's Forty Under 40 2021: Winta Yohannes of Albina Vision Trust - Portland Business Journal
Name: Winta Yohannes
Organization: Albina Vision Trust
What the organization does: Nonprofit that seeks to redevelop Albina, Portland's largest historically Black neighborhood.
Title: Executive director
Report on powerful water agency finds no widespread issues in handling employee complaints
A powerful Southern California water agency accused by some employees of sexual harassment and other workplace violations "generally provides a safe and respectful working environment" for people of color, women and LGBTQ+ workers, a report on the agency concludes.
Rights groups take French police to court over racial profiling
In January, six NGOs, including Human Rights Watch and the French branch of Amnesty International, had warned they would take legal action if the government did not take steps to end what they called discriminatory identity checks within four months.