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Judge Says Civil Lawsuit Against Bill Cosby Will Proceed

A civil lawsuit filed by Judy Huth against comedian Bill Cosby back in 2014 is expected to start Monday in Santa Monica, California.

Added May 21, 2022

Brooklyn Mother Arrested for Beating 9-Year-Old Daughter to Death Over Missing Tablet

A Brooklyn mother is being held without bond after brutally beating her 9-year-old daughter to death inside of their Crown Heights apartment.

Added May 20, 2022

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

Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit assembled a panel of experts for a discussion on "Building Business & Success in the Food Industry." Launching a business in the food industry isn’t always a piece ...

Added May 20, 2022

Journalist And Entrepreneur Marc Lamont Hill Talks Social Media, Technology and The Fight For Racial Justice

Journalist and entrepreneur Marc Lamont Hill discusses his new book and how social media can be leveraged to help in the fight for Black people

Added May 20, 2022

Rihanna Fans Clown Chris Brown For Seemingly Congratulating Rihanna’s Baby Arrival

Chris Brown seemingly tried showing his support to his ex Rihanna after news spread that she gave birth. But Rih Rih fans weren't here for it.

Added May 20, 2022

Black Bird-Watcher Targeted By Central Park Karen Lands TV Series

The Black bird-watcher who went viral in 2020 after he was targeted by a white woman is bouncing back with his own television show.

Added May 20, 2022

Black Enterprise Shows Love, Celebrates Trailblazers At Entrepreneurs Summit

Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit was in high gear Thursday afternoon for the Entrepreneurs Summit Awards celebration.

Added May 20, 2022

FUBU CEO Daymond John Vows Financial Aid To Family of Security Guard Slain In Buffalo Massacre

Daymond John is offering financial support to the family of the security guard who was slain in Saturday's racially-motivated mass shooting in Buffalo.

Added May 20, 2022

Wells Fargo Accused Of Staging Fake Job Interviews For Black, Female Candidates

Seven current and former Wells Fargo employees said they were instructed to conduct sham interviews with "diverse" candidates.

Added May 20, 2022

FNB Announces $2.5 Million Commitment to Black Tech Nation Ventures

F.N.B. Corporation commits $2.5 million to Black Tech Nation Ventures to promote economic equality.

Added May 20, 2022

The Sherwin-Williams Foundation and The Urban League of Greater Cleveland Partner to Foster Economic Inclusion for Minority-Owned Construction Companies

Are you a business owner? Check out the Construction Accelerator Program powered by Sherwin-Williams and The Urban League of Greater Cleveland.

Added May 20, 2022

HBCU President First Black Woman to Lead 139-year-old Indianapolis Museum of Art

Educator Colette Pierce Burnette will be the first Black woman to lead the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields in the institution's 139-year history.

Added May 20, 2022

Fort Mose’ Bourbon Named for America’s First Free Black Town Just Released by Victor George Spirits

Victor George Spirits releases Fort Mose’ 1738 nationwide. Taste the bourbon named after Florida's first settlement where Blacks could live free.

Added May 20, 2022

American Black Film Festival Reveals 2022 Spotlight Screenings Lineup

Get a sneak peek of the American Black Film Festival's lineup of 12 spotlight screenings.

Added May 20, 2022

Time’s Up! Controversial Chef Darius ‘Cooks’ Williams Issued Warning By Better Business Bureau

Chef Darius “Cooks” Williams was issued a warning by the Better Business Bureau of Metro Atlanta as a result of nearly 100 consumer complaints.

Added May 20, 2022

Dave Chappelle Attacker Charged with Attempted Murder After Stabbing Roommate

Isaiah Lee, Dave Chappelle's attacker, was charged with attempted murder after stabbing his roommate in December.

Added May 20, 2022

News Platform Launches to Celebrate the Success of Black Women and Moms

What a woman! Visit the news platform, BlackWoman.com, to learn about the accomplishments of Black women from all over the world.

Added May 20, 2022

‘She Is One In A Million’: Army Reserve Soldier Surprises Sister At College Graduation

LaDyra Lyte, a Central Michigan University graduate, was surprised at her commencement ceremony by her brother, who has been deployed with the U.S. Army Reserve.

Added May 20, 2022

Girlfriend of Dallas Shooter Says He Fears People of Asian Descent

A Dallas man was arrested Tuesday for wounding three Asian women in a hair salon. The shooter's girlfriend said he has a fear of Asian Americans.

Added May 20, 2022

Buffalo Dispatcher Could be Fired After Hanging Up on Tops Employee Whispering During Massacre

A 911 dispatcher has been placed on leave after hanging up on an employee during the Buffalo shooting. The dispatcher's name has not been released.

Added May 20, 2022

Kimberly Bryant, Detavio Samuels, Arlan Hamilton, And More Are Set To Headline Black Tech Week In Cincinnati

This year, Black Tech Week will be hosting its annual conference in the midwestern city of Cincinnati, Ohio. This Five- Day event is designed to empower the next generation of aspiring entrepreneurs seeking ...

Added May 20, 2022

Warner Music Group Accepting Applications for its HBCU Immersion Program

Apply now for Warner Music Group's HBCU immersion program. Find out more here.

Added May 19, 2022

Prompted by Buffalo Shooting, NY Attorney General’s Office to Investigate Amazon’s Twitch, Discord, 4chan

The New York Attorney General's Office will investigate the social platforms used to live stream the racial attack on a Buffalo grocery store.

Added May 19, 2022

Steve Pamon, Ex-President of Parkwood Entertainment, Joins Mielle Organics’ Advisory Board

Mielle Organics announced Wednesday that Steve Pamon, former president and COO of Parkwood Entertainment, has been appointed to its advisory board.

Added May 19, 2022