Organization president Alejandra Gil is carving out a much-needed space for the Hudson Valley Hispanic Bar Association.
A handful of small- and medium-size organizations across Westchester are striving to make their cultures more equitable and inclusive.
The world’s oldest silent pandemic is sexual abuse against children. One Westchester businesswoman has vowed to end it.
Meet those March and April showers in style with this selection of up-to-the-minute outerwear and accessories.
ArtsWestchester’s Voices for Change grant program allows artists across the region to tell their stories and spotlight social justice issues.
Throughout Westchester County, local law firms place greater priority on supporting DEI endeavors and initiatives in the workplace.
With health being priority number one, we’ve assembled a salubrious selection of cold-pressed juices available throughout the county.
Allow us to present a partial survey of the many businesses owned by people of color in Westchester County for your reference.
For nearly four decades, the African American Men of Westchester has been working tirelessly to support the county’s Black youth while enhancing life for all its residents.
These unique, deeply informative online courses about diversity, equity, and inclusion are just a few clicks away.
Dr. Corrie Amos is taking her professional knowledge as an anesthesiologist and helping the community live healthier, more delicious lives.
Local business owner Chereese Jervis-Hill has met every challenge in building a thriving events and PR business — making history in the process.
Celebrate the impending arrival of spring by getting your garden in tip-top shape with this advice from a Westchester expert.
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