By now, you’ve heard/watched/witnessed the extraordinary and historical confirmation of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court. After a tense brutal process, Judge Jackson persevered, maintained professionalism and presented her genius to the world! Like those who’ve come before, the road to confirmation is highly politically and demeaning. Legislators intensify their efforts to trivialize…
Category: Race and Ethnicity
#62 – A Love Letter to Black Entrepreneurs & Business Owners
Check out episode #62 – A Love Letter to Black Entrepreneurs & Business Owners! You can listen on your podcast platform of choice! Listen on my website: https://dominiquebeaumonte.com/podcast Listen on Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/…/seasoned-with…/id1438061295 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6TgYSeXKZ3oTk2923N8vPA?si=JG3TPUBQSsmYhls11Ly5Ww
New Episode: Black Fatherhood Matters w/Demetrius Beaumonte
I sit to discuss Black Fatherhood with my little brother, Demetrius Beaumonte. Demetrius is an acclaimed lyricist and THE best barber in the State of Washington! You can follow him on Instagram (@Spac3cuts or @Spac3tagram) Listen on Apple Podcast – Click Here! Listen on Spotify! – Click Here!
Starbucks Tells Employees they Can’t Wear #BlackLivesMatter
Did I have my last cup of Starbucks today? Last week, Starbucks hosted a “Weekly Workplace Live Event” where they entertained questions from store managers about whether partners (employees) could wear Black Lives Matter paraphernalia. Apparently, Starbucks told the managers they would get back to them. That, they did in a weekly update reminding their…