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September 10, 2021

French Law Bans Employers From Contacting Employees With Work During Weekends

In an increasingly work-focused culture, it can be pretty hard to disconnect and leave that stress at the office. Especially in a society that is always on and connected to our devices, the delineation between work and personal life can become pretty murky. Add a pandemic into the mix that has completely shifted how, when, and where we work, and the separation of the two becomes nearly impossible.

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September 8, 2021

Howard University’s Fine Arts Building Is Officially Renamed After Actor Chadwick Boseman

After announcing the exciting news back in May, Howard University has now officially renamed its College of Fine Arts after late actor Chadwick Boseman. An esteemed alumnus of the university, Boseman spent his time as a student there fighting to preserve the College of Fine Arts. He even led a protest against its absorption into the university’s College of Arts & Sciences.

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August 31, 2021

5 Members of Afghan All-Girls Robotics Team Have Safely Relocated To Mexico

After 20 years, America has officially ended its longest war and removed the last of its troops from Afghanistan. The messy and deadly evacuation has many tragic tales, one of which being the uncertain future of girls and women under Taliban rule. One story we’ve been following closely is the fate of the Afghan all-girls robotics team known as the Afghan Dreamers.

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