1. Mightier Than Sword: Ida B. Wells:
“The pen is mightier than the sword.” Ida B. Wells wielded her pen for the advancement of racial equality and racial justice. She skillfully waged war through her publications and work as editor of Memphis Free Speech and Headlight. She continued to strategically advance social change while serving as a journalist with Chicago’s Daily Inter Ocean and the Chicago Conservator, one of the oldest African American newspaper publications in the United States. On July 16, 2015, as we celebrated her 153rd birthday, we are reminded of the power of writing as advocacy. Writing is indispensable tool for leaders since it is a tactical tool that can be employed to build and sustain social change. It can be used as a tool to educate diverse audiences, organize social change initiatives, and advocate for social reform.”
To read article in its entirety, written by Dr. Artika Tyner, Click HERE
2. Five Ways to build a Phenomenally Successful Career:
“Everyone wants to build a successful career: To get promoted, to gain new responsibility and authority, to earn a higher salary…,”
written by Jeff Haden, Click HERE to read more.