In an era of diminishing faith in the integrity of mainstream media outlets, it is little wonder that so many citizens are turning to blogs run by local attorneys to read news and commentary about legal and political issues. To many members of the general public, large news outlets increasingly seem to be out of touch with the public interest; indeed, a new Gallup poll indicates that as few as 41% of Americans currently trust mass media outlets to provide them with reliable information.
What was the Women’s Suffrage movement?
On the 19th and 20th of July 1848, the Seneca Falls Convention, originally known as the Woman’s Rights Convention, commenced. While this convention was not the first meeting of its kind, it is the meeting that is attributed to launching the Women’s Suffrage movement. One of the primary testaments to rise from this assembly was The Declaration of Sentiments.
In recent months, protests in Hong Kong regarding the Chinese government’s influence over domestic affairs within the region have been anything but calm, but over the past week, tensions between protestors and riot police forces have undoubtedly reached a breaking point.
For quite some time, there has been an ongoing debate over whether student-athletes participating in collegiate sports should be paid for their efforts. Recent actions by the State of California are taking steps to ensure that student-athletes are finally given some type of compensation for their efforts, a long-awaited sign for upcoming players.
Impostors and fake songs are sneaking onto music streaming services, making thieves tens of thousands of dollars. But how to weed out the fakes and make the system work better?
Street Soldiers’ Lisa Evers sat down with multi-platinum music producer Amadeus, assistant managing editor for Laptop Magazine Sherri Smith and Def Jam recording artist Bamby H20 for a discussion.
Trial Attorney Kelly Hyman Says Jury is Always Thinking Why Did Someone Do This, What is Their Motive? Guests Kelly Hyman & Latonia Hines
Kelly Hyman appeared on America This Week on April 21st, 2019 as a democratic strategist. Topics discussed include the border wall, the current economy, the Mueller report, and the Julian Assange indictment.
Actress-turned-attorney Kelly Hyman offers a closer look at a number of her career highlights to date. A successful attorney in the class action group at Franklin D. Azar & Associates in Denver, Colorado, lawyer Kelly Hyman is today primarily focused on consumer class action lawsuits. During her career to date, the attorney has represented hundreds of claimants in claims and individual actions, filed in both state and federal court.
Kelly Hyman is an attorney and legal analyst. She has also made multiple appearances as a Democratic Strategist on different news panels, sharing her professional insights as an attorney. She appears regularly on different news programs to share up to date information and opinions on hot topics in the current media cycle.
As women continue to face inequality in traditional businesses, they are simply branching out and starting their own businesses. Women make up nearly half of the workforce, so if businesses want to retain female employees rather than suddenly seeing them become the competition, they will need to work harder to create a more favorable work environment for women. One that empowers women rather than embitters them. Here are three ways to empower the women that work with you.