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Letter from Our Publisher

Dear Champions,
It is an absolute honor and pleasure to welcome you to the premier issue of CORE Magazine.
Unlike any other publication, you are reading content that speaks to championing every facet of life. Both a digital and print-on-demand publication, CORE Magazine delivers engaging stories that uniquely target our well-read, diverse audience of business owners, sports enthusiasts, forward-thinking leaders and those who want to make a difference in the lives of others through their philanthropic platforms…

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Starting the Race and Leveling the Playing Field

Like the gunshots that start track and field races, there have been loud, widely heard racial gunshots over the decades that signaled a different race: the race to defeat racism and inequality. Among those “gunshots” were the murder of Emmett Till, the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Rodney King beating and the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.
Has America truly started the race to defeat racism and inequality, or were those loud shots simply a false start in which everyone was called back to the starting line…

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For Today’s Market Investors, We Are All Leadoff Batters in the Age Of COVID-19

With a modified MLB 2020 season in full swing, American baseball fans everywhere are all in. But as we continue to navigate the pandemic uncertainty, we can turn to practical, applicable insights from baseball for much-needed investor psychology inspiration. One of the pivotal players, if not the most, in a team’s lineup is the leadoff batter. A leadoff batter is the first hitter in the batting order. He forges the path for the other players behind him. He sets the tone for his team by providing run-scoring opportunities to his teammates succeeding him. He is, so to speak, the tip of the spear…

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The Impact of Covid-19 on America’s Youth and Education’s Future

Winston Churchill said, “If you are going through hell, keep going.” This should be the battle cry for all educators this school year. For a few, it might be that terrible or surprisingly even more dreadful. The British wartime leader likely would have found COVID-19 to be a formidable opponent because it does to students what war does to soldiers…

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Pinch-Dash-Done: A Gateway to Flavorful Recipes

A Gateway to Flavorful Recipes is geared to support the diverse needs of individuals and families needing quick, easy ideas to mix up the palate, novice cooks who may doubt their culinary skills, seasoned cooks looking to spice up their repertoire of recipes, and the health-conscious that crave substance and flavor. This easy to follow cookbook will be great for all ages…

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JR Richard, Former MLB Player

In 1993, 11 years after a stroke ended his promising MLB career, J.R. Richard, one of MLB’s dominant flamethrowers, was sleeping on a piece of plywood, living under a bridge 8 miles from the Astrodome where he once electrified crowds and flashed his golden arm for tens of thousands as the ace of the Houston Astros pitching staff…

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Jennifer Altman, Pillsbury Law Firm – Forks in the Road and Legal Trailblazing

Hanging chads were a relative unknown to the American public until the 2000 race for the United States presidency between Texas Governor George W. Bush and incumbent Vice President Al Gore. Incompletely punched votes – hanging chads – resulted in a high-stakes legal dispute to determine whether 9,000 ballots in Miami-Dade County that registered no vote for president should be hand-counted…

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BJ Armstrong, NBA – Championing Life as an NBA Star, Scout and Agent

From the moment B. J. Armstrong stepped onto the basketball court as a young kid in Detroit, he knew, regardless of the money, he was going to be involved in basketball in one way or another. The talented point guard fulfilled his lifelong dream of playing in the NBA after being drafted with the 18th overall pick to the Chicago Bulls in 1989…

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Tip of the Cap to Bob Kendrick Who is Breaking Barriers

Bob Kendrick is a kind, hardworking man who has dedicated countless hours of his life to preserving the legacy of African-American baseball players. He is also the President of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (NLBM) located in Kansas City, MO. But, this is not your typical sports museum that Kendrick runs. This is a cathedral of sorts, showcasing and detailing the history of black players who made an impact both on and off the field. This is a museum that celebrates the rich history of the men and women who made an impact on the social advancement of our country. It is rather fitting that in 2020, a year of social unrest in the United States, the NLBM is celebrating its 100th anniversary. That’s why people around the world are tipping their caps to the Negro Leagues…

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