Is Kamala Harris Being Set Up to Win or Fail?

Vice President Kamala Harris meets with Guatemala’s President and community leaders in Guatemala City on July 6, 2021 to discuss


98-Year-Old Tuskegee Airman Honored By Hometown High School in Pennsylvania

A Tuskegee Airman received a hero’s welcome in his Pennsylvania hometown for his achievements as a serviceman. According to Atlanta


Charis Jones Talks Using Her Work History to Scale Sassy Jones Into HSN Partnership, Advises Entrepreneurs When to Quit Your Job

As more workers contemplate how to transition from full-time employee to full-time CEO, Charis Jones is here to tell you


Private Memorial Service for Colin Powell, Nation’s First Black Secretary Who Died From COVID-19, Will Be Held at Washington National Cathedral

The private memorial service for Colin Powell will be held at the Washington National Cathedral. Peggy Cifrino, a spokesperson for Powell,


Saint Elizabeth University Inaugurates First Black, Male President Gary Crosby

Gary Crosby has become the eighth president, the first Black president, and the first male president of Saint Elizabeth University.


Zerina Akers Partners With Nordstrom and Nike And Fashion News

Zerina Akers x BOE x Nordstrom x NikePhoto: Myesha Evon Gardner Zerina Akers—TGU 50 2021 honoree and Emmy award-winning costume


Fifth Third Joins Enterprise Community Partners to Provide $20M to Grove Park

Fifth Third Announces Neighborhood Investment Program in Collaboration with Enterprise Community Partners to Help with Efforts in Grove Park Fifth


Entrepreneur John Hope Bryant Shares the Key to Being a Successful Business Leader

John Hope Bryant is a social entrepreneur, author, and successful business leader who preaches financial literacy and education as a


Colin Powell Dies from COVID Complications

Photo: Gabrielle Buoys (Getty Images) Colin Powell, the retired four-star general who was the first African American to serve as


HBCU Graduate Launches Kulture Karaoke Card Game In Target Stores

Meet Dae Fenwick the owner and creator of the music card game Kulture Karaoke releasing in Target stores across the


Remembering Former General, Sec. Of State Colin Powell

Colin Luther Powell, the first Black Secretary of State, whose leadership in several Republican administrations shaped foreign policy, died at


First Black Woman-Owned Bar to Open in Downtown Mobile, Alabama Despite Racial Opposition

Kawauna Gill and Tamara Coleman are set to open Kanary Bar, the first and only Black female-owned bar and lounge in


Black Woman in Virginia Celebrates 110th Birthday And Becomes 6th Living Person in America to Reach Milestone

Virginia grandma Viola Brown just reached a milestone that few people see: celebrating her 110th birthday. On October 4, Brown


Add Web Development To Your List Of Skills With This Bundle

Web developers have become coveted in the workplace as their skillset won’t become obsolete any time soon. If you’ve spent


Mother of Four Opens First Black-Owned Vegan Dessert Boutique in Detroit with Money from Pitch Competitions

Vegan chef Chantele Jones will hold a grand opening celebration for her brick-and-mortar vegan bakery on Sunday. The mother of


A Black Woman Named First Black Deputy Commissioner of The PA State Police In 116 Year History

On Tuesday, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf named Lieutenant Colonel Kristal Turner-Childs as the new deputy commissioner of the Pennsylvania State


Labor Organizer, Civil Rights Activist Timuel Black Jr. Passed Away At 102

Labor organizer, author, educator, and historian Timuel Black Jr. passed away on Oct. 13 at the age of 102. The


‘It is Important for Black Women to be Amplified in Every Field’

Being a person of color in the sports world remains difficult. Its positions of power are monopolized by white men.


ADCOLOR Founder, Tiffany R. Warren Talks Diversity, Equality & Inclusion in the Entertainment Industry

Last week, ADCOLOR, the premier organization dedicated to celebrating and promoting professionals of color and diversity in the creative industries,


Civil Rights Activist and Historian Timuel Black Dies at 102

In this Jan. 14, 2009, file photo, civil rights leader and political activist Timuel Black speaks in his Chicago apartment.


Meet Cosmetic Dentist Dr. Trevor Thomas, the Man Behind Transforming Smiles for Celebrities

Dr. Trevor Thomas, a cosmetic dentist, has always had a heart to work in public service. His mother was a


London’s transport system launches its first ever Black History Tube map

London’s underground transport system (TfL) is celebrating the history and legacy of Black people in the United Kingdom with a


Meet The Only Black Woman In Ohio Licensed To Cultivate, Dispense, and Sell Cannabis

Don’t let what you hear about the lack of Black women in the cannabis industry scare you. Women like Ariane


Black-Owned Distillery Lands Partnership With Delta

Photo: Getty Images Delta Air Lines may have a special treat for you. as the holiday season is quickly approaching


Lt. Colonel Kristal Turner-Child Becames First Deputy Commissioner in Pennsylvania State Police History

Lt. Colonel Kristal Turner-Childs became the first Black woman in the history of the Pennsylvania State Police to be named


1st Black Female Firefighter Sues Florida City for Depicting Her as a White Person in Mural

Photo: Firefighter Montreal (Shutterstock) City officials will meet this week to discuss a lawsuit filed by Boynton Beach’s first Black


Boston’s First Black Mayor Signs Executive Order to Replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day

Acting Boston Mayor Kim Janey signed an executive order on Wednesday afternoon to observe Indigenous Peoples Day in lieu of


Instagram Mom Jalisa Vaughn-Jefferson Left Her Corporate Job And Secured $1 Million in Brand Deals in 2021

When Jalisa Vaughn-Jefferson revealed she was quitting her full-time corporate job to become a lifestyle influencer, her parents didn’t know


Missing Instagram Fitness Influencer Ca’Shawn ‘Cookie’ Sims Found in Hospital After Month-Long Search

Last week, BLACK ENTERPRISE reported that fitness influencer Ca’Shawn ‘Cookie’ Sims was missing. After a month-long search, the 30-year-old has


East African Novelist Abdulrazak Gurnah Wins 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature – Good Black News

The Nobel Prize in Literature for 2021 was awarded to novelist Abdulrazak Gurnah “for his uncompromising and compassionate penetration of


Maya Angelou Among 5 Women to Be Honored on New U.S. Coins

Photo: Gerald Herbert (AP) Maya Angelou, the award-winning poet and social activist, will be honored along with four other women


CourMed Gets Access To Microsoft’s $50 Billion Capital Fund

CourMed, a healthcare solutions concierge delivery service, announced it would be the first recipient of Microsoft’s $50 million capital fund.


ColorComm Brings Out Most Powerful Black Women In Communications

ColorComm, which was founded in 2011 as a business community to support women of color in communications, celebrated its 10th


Terrence J Partners With Maytag to Donate Fully Stocked Fridges to Boys & Girls Club of America

Access to healthy food continues to be an issue for millions of families. Studies show that food insecurity became more


From Connery and Craig to Michael Scott and Cookie Monster: Who’s the best 007?

We know the name: Bond. James Bond. But in 2021, we have to ask ourselves: What does the “007” moniker


Hennessy’s ‘Never Stop, Never Settle Society’ Celebrates Extraordinary Black Entrepreneurs

Hennessy has announced 20 members of its inaugural “Never Stop Never Settle Society,” championing the next generation of Black entrepreneurs.