10 of the best fiction books by Black authors in 2021 – The Positive Community

10 of the best fiction books by Black authors in 2021 – The Positive Community

    10 Apr 2021

1. “The Prophets” by Robert Jones Jr. This novel follows the love story of two enslaved young men on a Deep South plantation. When an older man starts preaching at the master’s gospel, the couple find themselves navigating a community that considers them as a danger to the plantation’s harmony. 2. “Black Buck” by Mateo Askaripour Twenty-two-year-old Darren

Focus On Series : S01E11

Focus On Series : S01E11

    09 Apr 2021

” Armed Robbery in South Africa” From highway robberies to home invasions; today, we feature Armed Robbery in South Africa

How can consumers find the most success while working from home?

How can consumers find the most success while working from home?

    09 Apr 2021

Photo (c) borchee – Getty Images The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way many consumers go to work each day; rather than a long commute on public transportation, remote working has turned many kitchen tables and spare bedrooms into home offices. While working from home is more convenient for many people, it doesn’t come without

Reverse Image Search Could Prevent a Scam

Reverse Image Search Could Prevent a Scam

    08 Apr 2021

How to use reverse image search to check photo authenticity : Internet Scambusters #956 Fake photos are often the gateway to a costly scam — but perhaps not, if you use a reverse image search. This is a method of uploading a photo to the Internet and having a search engine check it against every

First Ladies Coping in the Pandemic – The Positive Community

First Ladies Coping in the Pandemic – The Positive Community

    06 Apr 2021

By Glenda Cadogan As we slowly inch our way out of this COVID-19 pandemic, people are looking for ways to adjust to new norms. One way is to reflect on what it took to get through a year of social isolation, sickness, death, and grief. Braced against the winds of March and International Women’s History

Over-the-counter tests approved, FDA to investigate botched J&J vaccine

Over-the-counter tests approved, FDA to investigate botched J&J vaccine

    05 Apr 2021

Photo (c) Images By Tang Ming Tung – Getty Images Coronavirus (COVID-19) tally as compiled by Johns Hopkins University. (Previous numbers in parentheses.) Total U.S. confirmed cases: 30,548,745 (30,467,164) Total U.S. deaths: 553,241 (552,246) Total global cases: 129,803,473 (129,083,807) Total global deaths: 2,830,518 (2,819,141) FDA authorizes new over-the-counter COVID-19 tests The U.S. Food and Drug

Focus On Series : S01E10

Focus On Series : S01E10

    04 Apr 2021

‘Rape in South Africa’ Ranking as the country with the world’s highest Rape rate, today we focus on Rape in South Africa.   

Stanford University discloses data leak affecting multiple colleges and organizations

Stanford University discloses data leak affecting multiple colleges and organizations

    03 Apr 2021

Photo (c) anyaberkut – Getty Images On Thursday, Stanford University announced that it’s looking into the alleged theft of personal data from those in the School of Medicine community.  Hackers reportedly gained access to information in a 20-year-old file transfer system used by the school. The cybercriminals stole data including Social Security numbers, addresses, emails,

Restaurant Wine Scams May Increase as Diners Return

Restaurant Wine Scams May Increase as Diners Return

    02 Apr 2021

How to spot a wine scam at a hotel or restaurant : Internet Scambusters #955 Will the return to restaurant dining lead to a rash of wine scams? Possibly — if you’re tempted to splash out in an unfamiliar eatery or confronted with a huge wine list. In this week’s issue, we’ll explain the most