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The leadership of Freed American Slaves Over Indigenous Africans in Liberia

The leadership of Freed American Slaves Over Indigenous Africans in Liberia June 6, 2018, Stephen B. Yarsiah Sr. Freed American slaves who migrated to Africa at the end of slavery in America and established Africa’s first black independent country, Liberia, in 1847. While these freed slaves had parts of the land (what is the nation […]

Thurgood Marshall: An Examination of Legal and Judicial Leadership

Thurgood Marshall, civil rights activists, racial discrimination attorney, and Supreme Court Associate Justice, continually achieved the impossible in his lifetime. Always the accomplished student, Marshall frequently debated with his family members over the dinner table. It was then that the idea to become an attorney popped in his head. The entire country is fortunate that […]

General Peter Chiarelli – An Old School Leader Using a New Leadership Approach

General Peter Chiarelli – An Old School Leader Using a New Leadership Approach Former Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, General (retired) Peter Chiarelli is, by all accounts, a leader among leaders. Chiarelli graduated from the Reserve Officer Training Corps at Seattle University as the Outstanding Military Graduate in 1972 and embarked on a […]

Breaking Glass Ceilings

Considering the history of employment, it wasn’t until relatively recently that women occupying full-time positions became more normal than not. However, there are still some fields that have been predominated by men such as the Department of Defense and other security related fields. Mrs. Viramontes has absolutely crushed these aged perspectives, occupying a position in […]

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