Cherella Cox

Cox has more than 20 years experience as an editor at various financial and consumer publishing houses including Bear Stearns, McGraw Hill and Essence Magazine. Cox obtained a master's degree in Publishing from New York University, where she earned a bachelor of fine arts degree.

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Recent Articles By The Author

Oscars Institutional Racism Needs to End Today, Not in Four Years

Oscars Institutional Racism Needs to End Today, Not in Four Years

The Academy's attempt to diversify its voters will take too long and even then the racial breakdown will still favor whites. It's not acceptable.

Despite What You've Heard, Disney's 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Is Racist

Despite What You've Heard, Disney's 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Is Racist

Although it has a black lead character, Disney's 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' is not as progressive as you think.

10 Television Advertisements That Could End Your Relationship

10 Television Advertisements That Could End Your Relationship

These 10 commercials show how relationships can quickly go downhill.

Africa Is the Final Frontier for Value Investors, Part 2

Africa Is the Final Frontier for Value Investors, Part 2

Value investors, trying to buy a dollar for 50 cents, are increasingly turning to Africa for its natural resources, young workforce and economic strength.

Is Africa the Final Frontier for Value Investors?

Is Africa the Final Frontier for Value Investors?

Most stocks in the frontier markets did well in 2013, but have sold off so far this year. Value investor Larry Seruma, of the Nile Pan-Africa Fund, remains optimistic, though.