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GreenMoney's 6th Annual all-Videos issue

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GreenMoney Journal's 6th Annual Videos Issue has just launched. The GreenMoney team has curated a collection of interesting and inspiring films and discussions featuring a variety of innovators from the interconnected worlds of Impact Investing, Corporate Responsibility, Environmental Sustainability and Renewable Energy. Here are the 10 videos:

Duke Energy Pledges $150,000 to Support Women-, Veteran- and Minority-owned Small Businesses Impacted by Pandemic in Greater Cincinnati Area

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CINCINNATI, July 1, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Duke Energy, through its foundation, is partnering with the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber and the Northern Kentucky Chamber to provide financial assistance to local women-, veteran- and minority-owned small businesses impacted by the coronavirus.

Each chamber will receive $75,000 from Duke Energy to be distributed to qualified small businesses.

UPS Longitudes | Supplier Diversity Will Help Businesses Large and Small Recover From Pandemic

Geri Stengel @ Ventureneer
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After ensuring Americans’ health, economic recovery will be next on the to-do list. Access to financing will play a huge role but so, too, will access to customers and vendors. Having customers who spend billions on goods and services such as the Fortune 1000 companies increases your chances for high growth.

How Impact Investing Can Change Our Relationship With Money

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by Yuliya Tarasava, Co-Founder and COO, CNote 

While difficult at the moment, the many conversations with my friends about money inspired me to explore a different path. Conversation after conversation, I started to chip away at what felt wrong about money, and we would talk about their “wish list” when it comes to finance. What came up again and again was the desire to feel smart about money decisions – “whatever I do should be easy to understand, available to all, convenient to do, and make me feel good and empowered.”

Black History Month: Lisa Egbuonu-Davis and Tanisha M. Sullivan are Building Legacies

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Lisa Egbuonu-Davis: Supporting Gifted Students from Underrepresented Minorities and Socioeconomic Disadvantaged Groups

For Lisa, advocating for gifted students from disadvantaged backgrounds (from underrepresented minorities and/or low-income groups) has long been a passion – one with its origin in her own childhood on Long Island, New York. There, teachers recognized and nurtured her strong science and math skills and gave her opportunities not consistently available to youth from low-income families like hers.

A Path Toward Culturally Competent Health Care

By: Dan Bueschel
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Since the launch of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), minorities across the U.S. have made significant gains in healthcare coverage.  The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation reports that between 2013 and 2015 the uninsured rates fell for all racial and ethnic groups. While the future of the ACA is uncertain, the fact is that our country is becoming more demographically diverse.

Fx Reshaping Hollywood with Big Push for Diversity Behind the Camera

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For CEO John Landgraf and his team of showrunners at FX Networks, the best way to produce TV series of the highest quality is to hire diverse voices behind the camera.

"We want to make the best television possible," Landgraf said in a recent interview with Variety. "We should be drawing on the entire available pool of storytellers and directors, and we should be expanding that pool and trying to hire the very, very, very best people. That's our job."

HP is Committed to Diversity and Inclusion

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Our commitment to diversity and inclusion is deep and our approach is broad, encompassing our employees, suppliers, partners, and communities. By celebrating our differences, we bring unique experiences and perspectives to bear on HP’s capabilities and expertise. This helps us design and deliver products and services that work for everyone, everywhere.

Tri-C Dedicates KeyBank Public Safety Training Center

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PARMA, Ohio, June 20, 2016 /3BL Media/ — Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) today dedicated the KeyBank Public Safety Training Center in recognition of KeyBank’s generous support of first responder training programs.

The dedication celebrates a $1.4 million grant from the KeyBank Foundation to enhance and expand the College’s public safety education and training programs. More than 200 people attended the ceremony at the center, located at Western Campus in Parma.

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