The focus of Impact Action Network Advocacy Consulting Agency, LLC. is to bring together organizations to learn to appreciate people for being different. Differences are a competitive business advantage. Ethnic, cultural, Socioeconomic, and gender. Impact Action Network's focus is getting organizations and teams to VALUE DIFFERENCES. Through collaboration across industry, disciplines and field's of study we use tailored frameworks in educational, workplace and professional settings to center the experiences of those who possess difference in culture, thought, collaboration, ideologies, and perspectives.
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Closing the racial wealth gap isn’t a simple fix. But many experts say education and financial literacy can help. In this article, we identify the impact this knowledge gap has on the African American community — and explore how Black educators and financial advisors are working to close it. Click the link and visit Annuity.org to learn more.
Blax Friday is a community organization created in the summer of 2020, that spotlights Black businesses in Arizona. As the largest Black business directory and app in Arizona, our goals are representation and economic empowerment of Black business owners.
We are Black business owners who joined forces to build a bridge between Black owned businesses and the communities they serve in Arizona. We are focused on positive actionable steps towards inclusivity and equity.
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There is great power when a community comes together to develop our collective voice with respect to issues facing our Black children.
WE CAN tear down barriers to academic excellence due to low expectations, and break the cycle of the school-to-prison pipeline.
WE CAN stop the violence, police brutality and bullying.
WE CAN improve the mental health and well-being of our children and families.
Black girls and women have long faced hair discrimination at school and the workplace. But using chemical hair straighteners to conform to both spoken and unspoken rules comes at a great cost: Scalp damage, pain and an increased risk of developing uterine cancer.
Women may file chemical hair straightener lawsuits if they used the products and later developed uterine, endometrial and ovarian cancer. Lawsuits say chemical straighteners and relaxers increase the risk of cancer, and that manufacturers failed to warn the public.