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Award-Winning Ghetto Film School Names Its First Black Woman CEO

The award-winning Ghetto Film School (GFS) has promoted Montae Robinson from its executive director to chief executive officer, making her the first Black

  

Black Female Branding Strategist Launches Workbook That Teaches Entrepreneurs How to Build a Brand Asset Worth Millions

Maya Gray, founder and CEO of Day Dream Design Firm, a Little Rock, Arkansas-based branding company, is now teaching entrepreneurs how

  

Congrats! Supa Cent’s Boyfriend Rayzor Popped The Question, And The Couple Is Now Engaged

Instagram influencer Wuzzam Supa Cent, real name Raynell Steward, and founder of the Crayon Case makeup set, recently became engaged

  

Astronomer who found the black hole Sagittarius A lives to see the discovery

Bruce Balick penned an urgent letter to his research partner on the other side of the country. He feared other

  

Sacred Earth Medicine From Venomous Frogs

You probably read the title of this article and thought, “how can anything from a venomous frog be considered healing?”

  

Tracy McGrady Takes His Shot—at a Basketball League

Every retired professional athlete faces the same reckoning: Where’s the next rush? Tracy McGrady, the high-flying Hall of Fame basketball

  

Kenan Thompson Says Samuel L. Jackson Is Not Banned From ‘SNL’ After Dropping F-Bombs: “It’s All Good, Bro”

Kenan Thompson dropped by the Tonight Show to clear the air about honorary Academy Award winner Samuel L. Jackson‘s supposed

  

Black Enterprise Shows Love & Celebrates Trailblazers In City of Brotherly Love At Entrepreneurs Summit

BLACK ENTERPRISE’s Entrepreneurs Summit was in high gear Thursday for the Entrepreneurs Summit Awards celebration. The ceremony recognizes exemplary entrepreneurs

  

Michael Vick to Come Out of Retirement to Join Fan Controlled Football

Photo: Bob Levey (Getty Images) As a brother from Atlanta, Michael Vick will always have a special place in my

  

Entrepreneurs Learn How to ‘Find Your Flavor’ and Build Successful Businesses In Food Industry

BLACK ENTERPRISE’s Entrepreneurs Summit assembled a panel of experts for a discussion on “Finding Your Flavor: Building Business & Success

  

Time’s Up! Controversial Chef, Darius ‘Cooks’ Williams Issued Warning By the BBB

Chef Darius “Cooks” Williams, Atlanta-based culinary entrepreneur, has been warned by the Better Business Bureau of Metro Atlanta as a

  

No Limit Records CEO Master P And Rap Snacks CEO James Lindsay Discuss Driving Entrepreneurship With No Limits

The BLACK ENTERPRISE Entrepreneurs Summit, sponsored by Nationwide Insurance, began with a conversation between No Limit Records Chief Executive Office 

  

Mielle Organics Welcomes Steve Pamon, Former President and COO of Beyoncé’s Parkwood Entertainment, to it’s Advisory Board

The Black-owned haircare brand Mielle Organics has added a business heavyweight  to its advisory board— Steve Pamon. The company announced

  

Colin Kaepernick, David Talbert Getting Honorary Degrees from HBCU

Colin Kaepernick watches during Golden State Warriors’ 119-117 overtime win over Portland Trail Blazers in NBA Western Conference Finals’ Game

  

Award-Winning Actor Brian White Teams Up With Fellow Celebrities To Create App for Hustlers, Preneur.ai

Actor Brian White has teamed up with a team of celebrities to launch an app aimed at helping hustling entrepreneurs

  

Summer Lee Clinging To Lead In Historic PA Congressional Race

Summer Lee, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District, addresses supporters at her election night watch party

  

They Made it! The First Team of All-Black Climbers Summit the Tallest Point on Earth

Reaching the top of Mount Everest is a feat all on its own. Yet, the Full Circle Everest Team has made history

  

Howard University Gets its Hands on 252 Gordon Parks Photos

Photo: The Gordon Parks Foundation (Getty Images) Howard University just got their hands on over 250 photographs taken by legendary

  

Tiffany Haddish Says Keeping it Real is Way Easier Than Being Fake

Photo: Jason Kim for Byrdie As one of Time’s 100 Most Influential People of 2018 and the first Black woman

  

‘The Porter’ Is a Captivating Celebration of Black History

Image: BET+ The new BET+ drama The Porter tells the origin story of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, which

  

NASA Releases Equity Action Plan to Make Space More Accessible To All

Under President Joe Biden‘s Executive Order 13985, advancing racial equity in the federal government, NASA has released its inaugural equity action

  

The Honey Pot Trends After Black Twitter Realizes It’s No Longer Organic

Two years after Black Twitter rallied behind The Honey Pot after it was a target of racism, the same community

  

Black Woman Capitalizing on Multi-Billion Pet Care Industry With Her Line of All-Natural Shampoo Products

Maria Lee-Driver, an accomplished entrepreneur from North Carolina, is the founder of Fresh Mink Pets, a Black-owned line of all-natural pet

  

In “Auntie Diaries,” Kendrick Lamar Tells The Story of His Two Trans Relatives, But Did He Have to Include So Many Homophobic Slurs?”

Photo: Christian Bertrand (Shutterstock) After five years, Kendrick Lamar finally blessed eagerly awaiting fans with a new project with the

  

Lisa Holder White Named First Black Woman On Illinois State Supreme Court

Appellate Justice Lisa Holder White has been appointed to succeed Illinois Supreme Court Justice Rita Garman, making Holder the first

  

Biden Nominates First Black Chair of U.S. Sentencing Commission

Judge Carlton W. Reeves, who sits on the federal bench in Mississippi, would be the first Black person to chair

  

Tabitha Brown Celebrates Sunshine Seasoning’s Release in Retail Stores: ‘I’m So Grateful’

After Tabitha Brown’s McCormick Sunshine seasoning sold out online in less than one hour, the actress, social media star, and

  

Behold the Milky Way’s supermassive black hole in first-ever image

Astronomers have at long last seen the center of the Milky Way galaxy, unmasking a giant black hole, a celestial

  

Black Commuters Spending 58% More Than Their White Peers to Get to Work Post COVID

The cost of commuting for Black Americans is 58 percent higher compared to their white counterparts, a new study shows.

  

Senate Confirms Lisa Cook As First Black Female On Federal Reserve Board

The Senate voted to confirm Michigan State University professor Lisa Cook to the Federal Reserve Board as Vice President Kamala

  

Clark Atlanta University launches the NCBCP Thomas W. Dortch Jr. Institute

By Sabryna Crutchfield  The National Coalition on Black Civic Participation (NCBCP) partnered with Clark Atlanta University (CAU) to launch the

  

First Black Woman Confirmed To Federal Reserve Board of Governors

Lisa Cook, nominee to be a member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, speaks during the Senate Banking, Housing

  

Meet The Young Entrepreneurs Behind This Tallahassee-Based Brownie Company

It had been a long day exploring the captivating Florida A&M University, dining in at the Black-owned Pineappetit, and grooving

  

Denny’s Board Chair Brenda Lauderback Receives the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award from The White House

Denny’s is pleased to announce The White House awarded Brenda Lauderback, chair of Denny’s Board of Directors, its President’s Lifetime Achievement

  

ATL-based Greenwood, the Gathering Spot Announce Merger

Greenwood and The Gathering Spot, two Atlanta-based companies, have agreed to merge in a deal that the companies say will

  

Toni Morrison’s Novel ‘Sula’ to Become New Limited Series at HBO

Toni Morrison smiles in her office at Princeton University in New Jersey, while being interviewed by reporters on October 7,