The number of challenges is likely far higher than reported; the association estimates that only a small percentage are formally registered or publicised — a trend that got worse during the pandemic.
The HFPA added that it was going to analyse its policies and practices, conduct interviews with its members to take their input regarding the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) plans
Jean is also working on a database of African artisanal techniques, fabrics, motifs and other cultural references.
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Black customers asked to change tables at Chicago restaurant; attorney demands training of employees for 'racially charged situations'
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America’s longest running shutdown without an end in sight is US president’s Donald Trump’s all-base, all the time gamble despite polls showing that most Americans blame Trump for the shutdown. Will walking 800,000 Govt workers and their families off the cliff work for Trump in 2020 if he’s back on the ballot?
CNN, Jim Acosta win Round One against Donald Trump but the fight is just beginning; White House to release 'new rules' for media
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Judge delays ruling till Friday on CNN reporter Jim Acosta's White House press credentials; Donald Trump insists 'guys like Acosta are bad for the country'
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Donald Trump lawyers and CNN square off in Jim Acosta press pass case; judge to announce decision today
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Migrant caravan groups, which were Donald Trump's midterm election drumbeat, begin arriving at hardened US border
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FBI report says hate crimes in US rose by 17 percent last year; more than half motivated by bias against race, ethnicity
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CNN sues Donald Trump over Jim Acosta's credentials: Only four other US presidents have faced lawsuits while in office
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