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Amazon Says It Will Offer Full-Time Jobs to 125,000 Temporary Workers

Amazon announced plans to offer full-time jobs to 70% of their 175,000 temporary workers they hired to meet demand brought on by COVID-19. Initially, those employees were hired as “seasonal positions” but now the company will transfer 125,000 people to full-time. The full-time employees will make $15 an hour and have access to some training… Read more »

Bath & Body Works Is Closing 50 Stores Across the Country

Say isn’t so, Bath & Body Works is closing 50 stores across the country, amid the coronavirus pandemic. As part of the company’s first-quarter earnings report, they disclosed the information online. According to CNN, most of the closures will take place in the malls. Did you shop at Bath & Body Works stores before the pandemic or did you… Read more »

Dallas Issues Curfew Next Few Days

The City of Dallas has issued an emergency declaration to institute a curfew in and around downtown for the next few days. The curfew is in response to the violence that has erupted in the street disrupting peaceful protester’s.  Police Chief Rene Hall said the curfew will be in place from 7pm – 6am. Chief… Read more »

Former POTUS & FLOTUS Chime in on Police Killings & Protests

Former President Barack Obama issued a long statement about the current state of affairs across America. Comments on the heels of the tragic police-involved death of an unarmed black man in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and the ensuing mass protests that followed: 46-year old truck driver George Floyd died while in Minneapolis police custody last week, after… Read more »

Some Police Officers #TakeAKnee Against Police Brutality

And when we think nothing will change, police officers in some U.S. cities were seen joining protesters in a call for an end to police brutality. These officer in Miami-Dade, Florida took a knee, a pose made famous by NFL QB Colin Kaepernick during his silent protests on the football field. If all police officers… Read more »