diversity

December 15, 2021
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Salem
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Salem and other North Shore communities announce second annual directory for businesses of diverse and minority ownership

by joeyphoenix
From the City of Salem Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll recently announced the opening of registrations for businesses to join the 2022 North Shore Diversity Catalog. Building on the success of the 2021 Catalog (www.salem.com/diversitycatalog), Salem and its partner municipalities seek to update the listings and solicit participation from even more new businesses of diverse ownerships. Registration will be open until
December 15, 2021
September 7, 2021
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Lynn’s First Diversity Matters Festival – Photo Highlights

by joeyphoenix
Images by Creative Collective | Click here for full gallery of images Lynn’s first Diversity Matters Festival, organized by North Shore Juneteenth Association, Inc. and sponsored by the Essex County Community Foundation, took place on the last weekend in August 2021. The event was a family-friendly festival with activities, vendors, music, food, and more. Culture Trolley Stops included: Galleries at
September 7, 2021
March 16, 2021
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Diversity and Inclusion
Small Business

How to Make Your Marketing More Inclusive

by Felicia Cheney

Creating an inclusive brand that makes room for anyone who wants to participate is an intentional and continual process. And making the pledge to create a more inclusive business (and marketing strategy) isn’t something you do once and call it a day, but rather an ongoing and evolving commitment to making sure that the door is open to everyone in a way that’s equitable and accessible.

March 16, 2021
October 2, 2019
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Lynn
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Sabor Latino: A Celebration of Hispanic Diversity and Culture in Downtown Lynn

by cns2020
by Joey Phoenix Hispanic Heritage Month started September 15 and Lynn, MA plans to celebrate in style. On Tuesday, October 8, The North Shore Latino Business Association, Beyond Walls, La Voz Newspaper, and Cojuelos Productions are joining together for Sabor Latino: Hispanic Heritage Celebration on Sutton St. in Lynn, MA. The event is Free and open to the public.  Earlier
October 2, 2019
July 31, 2019
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Lynn

PATIO Parklets: Bringing the Lynn Community Together

by cns2020
by Laura Owens The Beyond Walls Street Art Festival wraps up this weekend with another string of exciting events and happenings in Lynn. This year, they’ve added something exciting called the PATIO: a project in which parklets – little community spaces – can be built and placed in areas around downtown Lynn. These parklets will mostly be placed in urban
July 31, 2019