Hundreds of Seattle public school teachers plan to wear Black Lives Matter T-shirts to school for a week. They want to spark a dialogue in the school district about racial injustice.
Trish Doolin said Seattle's KeyBank went as far as to call her company to verify if she was actually an employee there.
Plus, security threat spoils ‘Black Men Uniting’ event at a Seattle middle school and H&M's newest ad tackles what it means to be "ladylike."
Via: Eurweb.com Marshawn Lynch is looking to capitalize on his infamous “I’m just here so I won’t get fined” phrase from The big game’s media day. “We heard from our fans, and so many of them were saying that they wanted that phrase on the clothing,” Chris Bevans, who runs Lynch’s “Beast Mode” apparel line, told ESPN.com. […]
(HOUSTON) — San Francisco is often thought of as the major hub for STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) opportunities, but a recent report by…
Tony Romo wasn’t at his best, and neither was the Dallas defense. They were still more than the Seattle Seahawks could handle. Romo shook off a horribly inefficient first half to throw for a pair of touchdowns, leading the Dallas Cowboys to a 23-13 victory Sunday. Romo had no trouble moving the ball from the […]