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Although Jobs Report Shows Robust Job Market, African Americans Still Face Discrimination

Although Friday's job report shows the continuation of a robust labor market, African Americans still face discrimination

Added December 07, 2019

Nick Cannon Announces Nationally Syndicated Radio Shows

"Nick Cannon Radio" will make its debut on Jan. 27, 2020, and "Nick Cannon Weekends" will start in February 2020.

Added December 07, 2019

Michelle Obama Named on the 2019 People of the Year List

Michelle Obama has been named one of the 2019 People of the Year, along with Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lopez, and Taylor Swift.

Added December 06, 2019

What Now, Kamala? Black Women Weigh in With Their Opinions and Hopes

When Kamala Harris announced on Tuesday that she was exiting the presidential race, there was a chorus of reactions from women—and black women in particular

Added December 06, 2019

Serena Williams Builds Schools in Jamaica and Across Africa

Tennis superstar Serena Williams has built a school in Trelawny Parish, Jamaica, as well as grade schools in Uganda, Kenya, and Zimbabwe.

Added December 06, 2019

Angela Medlin Is Cultivating The Next Generation of Black Woman Designers

Angela Medlin is a fashion industry veteran who graced the pages of BLACK ENTERPRISE in ’93 for her accomplishments at Cross Colours, Inc as a fashion designer. Since then, she has made her mark on the ...

Added December 06, 2019

What to Do If You Find Yourself in a Situation Like Gabrielle Union

Black women across the U.S. experience the same offensive behavior that Gabrielle Union has on "America's Got Talent." Here are 3 things every woman can do.

Added December 06, 2019

Black Barber Opens Walmart’s First Black-Owned and Operated Barbershop

According to BlackBusiness.com, Shaun “Lucky” Corbett, an ex-felon, has opened a barbershop inside of a Walmart. With Corbett doing so, his barbershop becomes Walmart‘s first black-owned and operated barbershop ...

Added December 06, 2019

The Black Man Who Designed Some of Your Favorite Jordans Is Teaching Others How To Design Footwear

Imagine walking into a 20,000-square-foot building with floor to ceiling inspirational quotes; Nike and Jordan sneakers designs mounted on the wall; 480 miniature shoeboxes with the names of leading fashion ...

Added December 06, 2019

Master P Launches His Own Brand of Instant Ramen ‘Rap Noodles’

Master P unveiled his own instant ramen noodles called "Rap Noodles" under the Rap Snacks brand

Added December 06, 2019

Five Young Women from HBCUs are Top Contestants in Footaction’s No 1 Way Design Program

Black people and black culture shape popular culture and fashion. Yet and still, leadership within the fashion industry does not often reflect the people from the communities in which they draw their inspiration ...

Added December 06, 2019

This Chief Brand Officer Says Stop Feeling Guilty About Being an Ambitious Woman

Joy Altimare, ​Chief Engagement and Brand Officer of EHE Health, reveals that doesn't feel guilty for being ambitious in our Portraits of Power series

Added December 06, 2019

U.S. Senate Passes Amendment Mandating $255 Million in Annual Funding to HBCUs

The Senate approved a bipartisan deal to restore $255 million in federal funding to HBCUs and other minority-serving institutions.

Added December 06, 2019

Blacks Lag Whites in Finding Good Jobs, Building Wealth In Slowing Labor Market

acks continue to lag behind whites in finding good jobs that are high-paying and in accumulating wealth due to a series of systemic obstacles

Added December 06, 2019

Woman Entrepreneurs: Find Your Purpose by Getting ‘Sticky’

"The Dream Pusher" Latia Vaughan shares a clarity exercise to help women entrepreneurs find their purpose, and it's all about your "sticky"

Added December 05, 2019

4 Financial New Year’s Resolutions to Avoid Making

Planning for 2020? Here are four financial New Year's resolutions you should avoid.

Added December 05, 2019

History-Making Golfer and Long Drive Champion Maurice Allen Drives Diversity

Long Drive Golf champion Maurice Allen talks about diversity in golf, the challenges he faces and his commitment to community.

Added December 05, 2019

George Zimmerman Files $100 Million Lawsuit Against Trayvon Martin’s Family

Six years after being acquitted for the murder of Trayvon Martin, now George Zimmerman is suing the slain teen's family for $100 million.

Added December 05, 2019

49ers Analyst Tim Ryan Should Be Fired, Not Suspended, Over his ‘dark skin’ comment about Lamar Jackson

Tim Ryan's penalty – a one-game suspension – is grossly inadequate, amounting to nothing more than a gimmick play to dismiss the incident without any real consequence.

Added December 05, 2019

49ers Analyst Tim Ryan Should Be Fire, Not Suspended, Over his ‘dark skin’ comment about Lamar Jackson

Tim Ryan's penalty – a one-game suspension – is grossly inadequate, amounting to nothing more than a gimmick play to dismiss the incident without any real consequence.

Added December 05, 2019

Code-Switching at Work Is Taking a Psychological Toll on Black Professionals

New analysis shows that code-switching, or adjusting one's speech, appearance, behavior, and expression, comes at a cost for black employees

Added December 05, 2019

Lil Wayne Launches Premium Cannabis Brand

Lil Wayne announced the launch of GKUA Ultra Premium, a new brand of cannabis products with some of the highest natural levels of THC available.

Added December 05, 2019

McDonald’s Joins the Chicken Sandwich Wars

McDonald's is trying out 2 Crispy Chicken Sandwiches to compete with Popeyes and Chick-fil-A

Added December 05, 2019

Sen. Cory Booker Reveals $100B Plan to Invest in HBCUs

Sen. Cory Booker is proud to announce that his campaign is proposing a plan to invest in HBCUs.

Added December 05, 2019

New York City Ballet’s ‘The Nutcracker’ Casts Charlotte Nebres as First Black Marie

Charlotte Nebres is the first black girl to star in New York City Ballet’s ‘The Nutcracker’.

Added December 05, 2019