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Adrianna Ramírez Cuéllar
Every time I think about inspiration and admiration, the first thing that comes to my mind is my mom: a single mother who worked full-time as a professor to provide for our small family comprised of her and I. She’s been a true role model in my life. However, when I think about someone at...
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There are a lot of assumptions for Black or Brown woman who study economics, which I learned while studying economics. The biggest one is that people simply don’t expect you to be studying STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields, which includes economics. Statistics back them up; women in the STEM workforce made just 27% in 2019. Looking...
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to raise awareness about the impact of breast cancer and increase prevention. Therefore, The Lighthouse | Black Girl Projects couldn’t let pass the opportunity to present some statistics about it, showing why Black women are at a greater disadvantage when it comes to this disease. I know this isn’t economics-related, but it is an issue...
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September is back to school for much for the country. Early education plays an essential role in children’s development. During this time, children develop their social and emotional skills and make cognitive and physical achievements creating the foundation for a life full of learning and wellbeing. Unfortunately, not every child experiences the same quality of...
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Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit worldwide, anxiety, isolation, unemployment, and food insecurity have risen for so many, especially for Black people and communities of color. That is the reason why The Lighthouse decided to identify the most pressing needs of Black girls and women in the south-eastern United States during and after the COVID-19 pandemic....
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Money is obviously necessary to live and be part of the world. We need it to buy food, clothes, have a place to live in, travel, socialize and other things. Because of that, money actually contributes to our happiness and sense of emotional well-being. The problem is that people tend to over-estimate the happiness that can come from having more money. When
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June is Blackity Black with so many different things happening - It’s Black Music Appreciation Month! Juneteenth! Pride! BBQs! Father’s Day! Here at Money Matters, we’re especially excited that June is also a celebration of Black businesses! For this edition of Money Matters, we will do a deep dive into Black, women-owned businesses to let you know how Black women are making a difference and impacting the entrepreneurship world. 
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May being the month we celebrate motherhood, it’s worth analyzing all the struggles mothers face when it comes to motherhood, employment, and childcare. American businesses lose around $12.7 billion annually because of their employees’ childcare challenges. As the pandemic has taught us, most childcare in America falls on the shoulders of mothers, grandmothers, aunts and...
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Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, we have all experienced a lot of changes. From being locked down in our houses to being unable to do the activities we enjoy such as visiting friends, going to restaurants, visiting museums, or going on vacation. One of the most significant changes has been the...
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Querido 2020, he desarrollado una relación de amor/odio contigo. Me han pasado cosas buenas durante tu época, y también mucha ansiedad, miedo y desesperanza. Al principio, estaba terminando mi maestría y estaba muy emocionada con la idea de tener una ceremonia de graduación estadounidense, con toga y birrete y con amigos y familiares...
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