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It is indeed true that there are some industries where sharing hotel is the norm, like academia and some nonprofits, but frankly I think there are times when it’s reasonable to push back on that as well.

However, there were some unexpected changes that ultimately resulted in three people sharing one room with two beds.Those last two points I did not realize until the moment we walked into the room. As the more senior of the two, I quietly told my coworker to take the extra bed for themselves; through what remaining crumb of fortune there was, it ended up that I shared a bed with Coworker instead of Boss.I hope it doesn’t require much explanation to convey how very, very upset I was to have to share what amounted to every last inch of personal space.when a skyscraper—on another continent—has been imagined in your likeness.Or when you drop a surprise album and the cultural conversation immediately shifts.When Williams was honored for his humanitarian work at the 2016 BET Awards, he used his mic time to highlight the urgent fight for black justice, delivering the best two-minute-and-four-second acceptance speech the network ever aired.

The , a series investigating domestic inequality scheduled to air on Epix Sept. Williams and his wife, Aryn Drake-Lee Williams, have also been busy creating: Together, they launched a new app called Ebroji and welcomed their second child, Maceo. The actor/activist’s powerful, fiery speech on race, justice and cultural appropriation at this year’s BET Awards set the internet ablaze.

I’m not comfortable sharing a bed with a coworker, and I’m sure others aren’t either.

I want to make sure we’re not intentionally booking people that way.

One can never tire of using biblical allusions for “King James” because his story is so epic.

Yes, the prodigal son of Akron, Ohio, delivered Cleveland its first-ever NBA title, taking on a Goliath competitor, and winning his third NBA Finals MVP in the process.

This season, San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick decided to kneel during the national anthem so that he could stand for the sanctity of black lives.