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Kevin Cummings
June 15, 2020
AmericanInno
Even before launching Frisco-based INC Tutoring in 2013, Jay Veal had been on a mission to close the achievement gap for students of color. And he's looking to deepen that commitment with the planned launch of a new venture. Veal is launching Black Tutors of Social Media, a nonprofit that will help connect students of color with tutoring and support services in their local area, as well as highlight black-owned tutoring companies across the country. And while the nonprofit will focus on students of color, all students are welcomed. "It's going to be like a whole movement at the end of the day," Veal told NTX Inno. "The reason we kind of have it honed out for the minority community is because often times they don't have access to all the resources. We want to be a resource-based pool for them to come to that they've never had before, and that's how we reach out to the community." Veal said the idea is something he has been toying around with for a while, but it really got started in
eMarketer
November 4, 2019
Business Insider
This report covers new trends in working with creators on social properties including brand partnerships and advertising opportunities.
John Herrman
May 31, 2019
www.nytimes.com
Social networks built on public status markers are now starting to hide them.
ANDREW ROSS SORKIN
April 10, 2019
www.nytimes.com
A simple rule that bolsters the banking system -- "know your customer" -- could help combat fake news and hate speech online if companies like Facebook and Twitter embraced it.
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