MyBrotha.com: Blood, Sweat and Tears Article by Shanene Pinder (writing partner and first editor of War of the Bloods in My Veins memoir by gang member Dashaun Jiwe Morris (Scribner). Real talk about his life--a roller coaster ride, complete with disturbing twists and turns of violence, crime, prison, pain, and death. But behind all the drama and trauma stands a survivor with the personal insight to take us deep inside the hearts and minds of young men who live and die on the urban turf.
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Article by Shanene Pinder discussing Black Pain: It Just Looks Like We're Not Hurting by Terrie M. Williams. (click here for more)
Shanene Pinder has been featured on Oprah.com, and has written for such publications as The Johns Hopkins University Press; NYSE Magazine; The Black Collegian; Black Pain: It Just Looks Like We're Not Hurting; and War of the Bloods in My Veins. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from The City College of New York.
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NYSE Magazine: Taking the LEED in Green Building Article by Shanene Pinder
As one of the 80 companies participating in the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) pilot program, Walgreen Co. (WAG) is lending its experience and voice to help the non-profit organization establish its LEED® for Retail Commercial Interiors and the LEED for Retail New Construction rating systems.
The Black Collegian: Maximize Your Mentor Relationship Article by Shanene Pinder.
To compete and succeed in today's fast-paced business world, what you need - in addition to a good education and marketable qualifications - is a mentor. An effective mentor can make the difference in how well you navigate and advance in your professional career. (click here for more)
NYSE Magazine: MGM Mirage Creates a Green Oasis in Vegas Article by Shanene Pinder
Some of the most inventive earth-friendly technologies around can be found on, of all places, the Las Vegas Strip. MGM Mirage (MGM) says its new CityCenter is a 67-acre, 18-million-square-foot sustainable development, including hotels, residences, and dining, retail and public facilities, in the heart of the famed city.
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