Copy
View this email in your browser

Greetings!

This February commemorates the United States’ 44th celebration of Black History Month. When President Gerald Ford first established its observance in 1976, he encouraged Americans to, “seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history.” With that same spirit, we want to seize this opportunity to honor the accomplishments of just a few of the most prominent black history-changers today.

Stacey A. Gordon, MBA
Rework Work CEO

Google Premiers New Black History Month Commercial

Black History Month meets the power of Google trending metrics, and the result will blow your socks off.

Read more ...
 
Liberian Refugee Becomes Montana’s First Black Mayor

The dream that is thought to be uniquely American – a land where there is a way only if one is willing – does not come for most people. But when it does, it leaves us with some awesome and inspiring stories. 

Read more ...
Rutgers University Names Its First Black President

Come July 1, Jonathan Holloway will be the first person of color to lead Rutgers University in its entire, 253-year history.

Read more ...
First Black Woman in History Hired to Lead Philadelphia Police Dept

Danielle Outlaw spent 20 years on the police force in Oakland, California. After serving as chief of police for the Portland Police Bureau for two years, she’s moved up to become police commissioner for the  fourth-largest municipal police department in the country.

Read more ...
 
First Black Woman Named President of the American Medical Association

Patrice Harris had never met a female African American doctor until well after she started college. Today, she is leading the nation’s largest physician-advocacy organization, representing over 250,000 physicians across the country.

Read more ...
 
PS – Which Simply Good stories did we miss? Send them our way, and we’ll consider including them in our next edition.
Facebook
LinkedIn
Instagram
Twitter
Website






This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Rework Work · 375 Redondo Ave · Suite 611 · Long Beach, CA 90814 · USA

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp