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Who's Who In Black Detroit: Deierdre L. Weir

Legal Aid CEO believes that all people should have access to legal representation

Deierdre L. Weir, president and chief executive office, Legal Aid Defender Association.
For close to three decades, Deierdre L. Weir, president and chief executive officer of Legal Aid and Defender Association (LAD), Inc., has successfully headed Michigan’s oldest and l

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Tammy Klugh, Vice President Kelly Services® among the Michigan Chronicle Women of Excellence ...

 

Troy, Mich – (March 21, 2013) – Kelly Services (NASDAQ: KELYA, KELYB), a leader in providing workforce solutions headquartered in Troy, Michigan, announced today that the Michigan Chronicle recognized Tammy Klugh, Vice President of Diversity, Inclusion and Compliance, for Kelly Services, as a Women of Excellence 2013 honoree. Ms. Klu

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Employer credit checks keep jobless unemployed

Will your credit report keep you from getting the job you want?

A recent study says that just might be the case.

Public policy organization Demos surveyed over 1,000 low- and middle- income households with debt to find that individuals are losing out on job opportunities because of their credit scores. The study found

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Season Eight of Pancakes Politics kicks off to a sold-out crowd

 

The Michigan Chronicle will kick off the 2013 season of Pancakes & Politics, a four-part breakfast forum series hosted by the newspaper to discuss a variety of current and pressing business, civic and political issues. The first forum, which will take place next Thursday, March 28, at the Detroit Athletic Club, will feature

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‘Congress’ Voting Rights Power is in the Constitution’

In the oral debate over cutting down the power of the Voting Rights Act – the law designed to assure enforcement of no discrimination against minorities’ right to vote – Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia stated last month, “This is not the kind of a question you can leave to Congress.” He called the bill, “perpetuation of racial entitlement.” He

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