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Pittsburgh Is Offering Up To $3 Million To Help Grow Minority Businesses

According to a Lending Tree study, the City of Pittsburgh is offering up to $3 million to help grow minority

  

The Historic “Investiture” Ceremony For Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson Happens Tomorrow

Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson looks on during a meeting with U.S. Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY) on

  

U.S. Treasury Helps Black-Owned Industrial Bank Serve Marginalized Communities

Funding from the U.S. Treasury and a community partnership is helping the Black-owned Industrial Bank help businesses and people in

  

Black Owned Brand’s Products Destroyed In A Georgia Warehouse Fire

The “UnderArmie” is all armed up and puling together to help their favorite brand get back on its feet.  Founder

  

Democrats Are Betting On Black Voters To Help Hold the Senate

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Cheri Beasley speaks at a campaign appearance in Durham, N.C., on Monday, Aug. 29, 2022. Beasley

  

The Nation’s Oldest and Largest Black Trade Associations Form National Alliance for Black Business

On September 27 at the State of Black Business Luncheon in Washington, D.C., the National Business League (NBL) and the National Black Chamber

  

Taylor Hale Is the 1st Black Woman To Win Big Brother

BIG BROTHER Pictured: Taylor Hale. Photo: CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Photo: CBS There is no better underdog

  

Florida Issues Its First Medical Marijuana Licenses To Black Businesses

Florida has begun issuing business licenses to Black-owned businesses in the state to grow and sell medical marijuana. Florida Politics

  

Fifteen Percent Pledge Director LaToya Williams-Belfort Provides Update

The Fifteen Percent Pledge, founded in 2020 by Aurora James, has a simple goal: dedicate 15% of retail space to Black-owned

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As Cardi B Tries to Get Her Coins, Tasha K Posts-Brags After Dropping 600 Million CFA in African Bank

While Cardi B is busy chasing Tasha K’s bread after being awarded a $4 million judgment against the YouTuber, Tasha

  

Taylor Hale Could Be ‘Big Brother’s 1st Black Woman Winner

BIG BROTHER – Pictured: Taylor Hale. Photo: CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Photo: CBS If you watch CBS’

  

Founder of Creative Agency Wears Crown While Conquering Strategies With Major Brands

Running a business in this current environment—particularly in the creative field—should incorporate the many cultures, nationalities, and forces that make

  

New Charter School for Black Students Gets Approved in Denver After Initial Rejection

Photo: Monkey Business Images (Shutterstock) A new charter school in Denver centering Black students and culture finally got the greenlight

  

Meet the Couple Whose New Platform Connects Black-Owned Businesses in Costa Rica

Successful communities are those united with common goals and visions. There are hundreds of Afro-Latino and Black businesses in Costa

  

Kamala Harris Touts Her Howard Roots as She Closes Out HBCU Week

Photo: The White House It’s only fitting that the first Black Vice President of The United States and the first

  

McKinsey Announces Its Next 1B Program For Black Retail Brands

McKinsey, a global management consulting firm, has announced its Next 1B business acceleration program for Black-owned consumer and retail brands.

  

Timbaland and Swizz Beatz Win Verzuz Battle With Triller

Music producers Timbaland and Swizz Beatz have won their Verzuz battle against Triller. According to Variety, the two producers have

  

Black Real Estate Investors Sue Agent For Refusing to Sell Them Condos

Three Houston-based real estate investors have filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against a real estate agent who refused the group

  

RHOB’s Newest Star Sheree Zampino Spilled The Tea on Her Relationship with Cast Mates

Photo: Presley Ann / Stringer (Getty Images) In a Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ season filled with some pretty epic

  

Tyler Perry Recounts Opening His LA Mansion to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

Tyler Perry has always been inspired by the love shared between the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, so when they

  

CultureCon NYC Announces Over 25 Panels Across 2 Stages, Featuring 100 Speakers

The Creative Collective NYC, a community dedicated to creatives of color and the architects of CultureCon™, is bringing the highly-anticipated event back

  

Black Businesses Are Fighting To Survive, But This Isn’t Anything New

Photo: Jono Erasmus (Shutterstock) A new study about small business owners was conducted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and

  

The Subminimum Wage Is Hurting Black Women According To New Report

To coincide with Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, a new report by One Fair Wage finds the subminimum wage affects

  

Black Women’s Equal Pay Day Is Still Bittersweet, But Here’s A Step In The Right Direction

This Black Women’s Equal Pay Day (Sept. 21) sheds light on the looming shadow of slavery and systemic racism as

  

First Children’s Book About Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson Hits Shelves This Spring

Image: Simon & Schuster This spring, young readers will have the opportunity to learn more about Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson

  

Goodie Nation and Partner Companies Announce $5.3 Million in Funding Mainly to Black Tech Companies

A nonprofit that helps diverse founders is teaming with its partner companies to help mostly Black tech businesses gain $5.3

  

Oprah Loves Silencing the Chatter While Testing Sound Bath With Gayle King and Kirby Bumpus

Even Oprah Winfrey, who produced and hosted the highest-rated daytime talk show in American television history, loves to silence the

  

Misty Copeland Launches ‘Be Bold’ Initiative to Improve Diversity in Ballet

Professional Black ballerina Misty Copeland has been on hiatus since December 2019, but after giving birth to her son this year,

  

Bloomberg Philanthropies Launches Interactive Database of Racial Wealth Equity Initiatives for Black Americans

Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Greenwood Initiative has launched an interactive database providing information on racial wealth equity initiatives for Black Americans. Axios

  

Stacey Abrams to Speak at Atlanta’s First Congregational Church 155 Year Anniversary

Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams to deliver keynote  Atlanta’s venerable First Congregational Church is celebrating 155 years of mission and

  

Baseball Glove Worn by Jackie Robinson Expected to Sell for $750K at Auction

An auction has been announced that will feature the sale of a glove worn by the first Black man to

  

USC Annenberg Launches Media Studies Lab to Preserve and Promote Black Social Changemakers

Photo: Kit Leong (Shutterstock) While the war around critical race theory rages on in classrooms and boardrooms across the country,

  

Public Enemy’s Chuck D Sells ‘Fight the Power’ and Majority of Music Catalog to Reach Music Publishing

Public Enemy front man, Chuck D solidified that he will continue to benefit from his own music in the immediate

  

Former Video Game Streamer Uplifts an Entire ‘Blerd’ Community of Businesses in ‘Nerdy’ Spaces

April Bowler is a proud “Blerd” (Black nerd). She went from slaying the video game and tech streaming world to

  

Black Women in Tech Fight Against Racial and Gender Bias for Equal Pay and Venture Capital Funding

It’s no secret that Black women are underpaid and underfunded, especially in the tech industry, but many of them are

  

Like Quinta Brunson, Why Do Black Women Always Have to Be Gracious In The Face Of White Slight?

Quinta Brunson, winner of the Emmy for outstanding writing for a comedy series for “Abbott Elementary”, checks on Jimmy Kimmel