How do you move to a vegan diet when meat is such a big part of your culture? We talked to Cabo Verdean fitness professional, Armando Lopes of Pawtucket, Rhode Island to see how & why he chose this diet.
Providence-native Victoria Rodriguez is the true definition of a community advocate. This Guatemalan & Azorian superwoman is doing incredible work for Rhode Island.
May is Haitian Heritage Month! This is a national celebration of Haitian culture & history that was first celebrated in Boston, Massachusetts in 1998. To celebrate, we’ve compiled a list of Haitian establishments in Rhode Island. Enjoy, and let’s celebrate!!
These strategies will certainly help out everyone, but this article is especially for our introverts!
If you’re looking to give back this January in honor of MLK Day, we’ve got a great list of local opportunities just for you.
As a hard-working professional, lack of time, consistent travel, and a rushed schedule can sometimes lead to poor eating habits. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. Jess Evora is excited to share with you some strategies she uses to stay on track, even during busy times at work.
2018 is proving to be quite the year for minority entrepreneurs, and those of us in Rhode Island have plenty of help waiting for us. With so many local small business resources and so many reasons to start, this may be the right time to turn your dream into a reality.
No matter how talented or passionate we are, it is critical to seek out opportunities for personal growth in order to reach our full potential. I’ve compiled a list of programs and professional networks in Rhode Island to help you do just that.
Professionals of color endure emotional stress from real and perceived tension in our personal lives & in the workplace.
If you don’t already listen to podcasts, this list will give you good reason to start.