Q&A with DJ Belinda Becker
Before Belinda Becker became Belinda Becker the DJ-dancer-actress, she had noble aspirations of being a journalist. Or rather, that’s what her strict Jamaican parents hoped she’d become. “They wanted me to be something concrete, like a journalist, doctor, lawyer—not something iffy,” recalls the 40-year-old triple threat. “[They’d say], ‘Freelance? How are you going to live? What kind of life is that?” After graduating from the University of Florida and moving to New York, she knew that the corporate life was not her speed. So she quickly became a staple in the city’s clubREAD MORE
And it is because we are all products of the imminent tutelage of mother Morehouse our lineage is clear, our kinship is clear. I am proud to be your brother.
Valedictorian, Morehouse College
May 9, 2008
The recent announcement that Joshua Packwood, a white student majoring in economics, would be named the valedictorian of thisREAD MORE
Clinton won the Latino vote by roughly a 2-to-1 margin in California, New York, New Jersey, New Mexico, and Nevada. And so a debate ensues between those who argue that Latinos are racist and will not vote for a black candidate, and those who say race has nothing to do with it; Latinos vote for Clinton, not against Obama.
It is as foolish to say that the Latino preference for Clinton is totally racism as it is to sayREAD MORE
Kinita “K.C.” Copeland is thriving in the male-dominated world of global finance. Despite the meltdown in the mortgage market, this Wall Street trading associate keeps it all in perspective.
Like a jaw-dropping ride on a 100 mph high-flying roller coaster, few careers offer the sheer thrills and chills, twists and turns of those found in the world of global finance. And, no sector in the financial industry isREAD MORE