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Three woman having lunch on a sunny day at the outside tables on Penn Avenue. Three woman having lunch on a sunny day at the outside tables on Penn Avenue. Lunchtime on Penn Avenue. Photo by John Altdorfer
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Diversity project billboards shine along Westmoreland County roads

Drivers on Westmoreland County highways are encouraged to take their eyes off the road — carefully — to look for new billboards offering messages of hope and healing.

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Study: Loss Of Thousands Of Child Care Spots In Allegheny County Will Hurt Parents, Workforce

The COVID-19 pandemic has lead to the loss of up to 15,600 child care spots in Allegheny County, and could push parents of young children out of the workforce if those losses become permanent, according

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Former Homestead church, now an agility course, is still a place to reach a higher power

When you’re 17 feet in the air about to take a step onto a tight rope, you might need some inner strength.

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Heinz Endowments part of national initiative to fund minority arts groups hurt by pandemic

The Heinz Endowments will share in $35 million that the Ford Foundation is distributing to 10 regional foundations nationwide to help sustain Black, Latino, Asian and other minority arts and cultural groups that have seen

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Sixteen Major Donors and Foundations Commit Unprecedented $156 Million to Support Black, Latinx, Asian and Indigenous Arts Organizations

“America’s Cultural Treasures” initiative will provide multi-year grants to sustain vital organizations in the face of COVID-19 pandemic

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The Advanced Leadership Initiative Opens Recruitment for 2021 Cohort

After two years of taking a unique and deliberate approach to corporate diversity, The Advanced Leadership Initiative (TALI), in partnership with Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business, has begun recruitment for its Executive Leadership Academy 2021 Cohort.

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