Black Enterprise

5 Courses On How To Boost Your Small Business’s Success On Amazon

Advertising is one of the most effective ways to get your products or services in front of a large audience, and when it comes to reaching millions of potential customers around the world, Amazon is undoubtedly ...

Added June 19, 2021

“Blackest Bus in America” headed Your Way During Freedom Ride Bus Tour for Voting Rights June 19-26

People For the American Way announced that Markus Batchelor, deputy director of our Young Elected Officials Network, will join the Freedom Ride for Voting Rights bus tour as a rider on the tour’s official ...

Added June 19, 2021

T.I., Roland Martin, Sen. Cory Booker, And More Join The Juneteenth Foundation’s Inaugural 2021 Freedom Festival

Today The Juneteenth Foundation kicks off its inaugural 2021 Freedom Festival in honor of the oldest celebration commemorating the effective end of slavery in the United States. The festival is a two-day ...

Added June 19, 2021

Marvin Gaye Biopic ‘What’s Going On?’ Picked Up By Warner Bros., Produced by Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine

Marvin Gaye's biopic “What’s Going On” is being produced by Dr. Dre, Iovine and has been picked up by Warner Bros. studio

Added June 18, 2021

Pfizer Announces Ramcess Jean-Louis as Global Chief Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Officer

Pfizer has recently announced that the company has named Ramcess Jean-Louis, Esq. as Global Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Officer

Added June 18, 2021

Stacey Abrams Said She Is Open To Sen. Joe Manchin’s Compromise On Voting Rights

Voting rights advocate and activist Stacey Abrams said she "absolutely" support Sen. Joe Manchin's (D-WV) compromise on voting rights.

Added June 18, 2021

Rapper And Social Activist David Banner Talks ‘Culture & Cashflow’ At Traffic, Sales And Profit Conference in Atlanta

Rapper and Social/Civil Activist, David Banner, stopped by TSP Live on Thursday for a special fireside chat with Traffic Sales and Profit (TSP)founder, Lamar Tyler. The conversation, which was centered ...

Added June 18, 2021

The Tampax ‘Flow It Forward’ Scholarship Helps Black, Female HBCU Students Become Doctors

Tampax is helping Black women to pursue healthcare careers through the Flow It Forward Scholarship Program. The company is partnering with the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) and their 37 partnering Historically ...

Added June 18, 2021

Will Smith Preparing to Host Netflix Variety Special

Will Smith, the former rapper and superstar actor is preparing to host and star in a new one-hour comedy variety special that will be streaming on Netflix

Added June 18, 2021

Apple And Google Award More Than $50 Million To HBCUs

Technology giants Apple and Google have awarded more than $50 million to HBCUs to help attract diversity to the tech industry

Added June 18, 2021

A Black Mother And Her Children Called N-Word And Assaulted By A Pepper Shaker At Pizza Joint

A Black mother, accompanied by her two children, had pepper thrown at her by a possibly disturbed and racist stranger who called her the N-word.

Added June 18, 2021

Capital One Remains Committed to Racial Equity and Commemorates Juneteenth

Capital One will permanently recognize Juneteenth as an official company holiday, closing its U.S. corporate offices June 18 and branches on June 19

Added June 18, 2021

White Couple Who Pulled Guns Out On Black Lives Matter Protesters Get Weapons Confiscated

It took long enough, but finally the white couple who went viral last year after they were seen brandishing a pistol and assault rifle at a group of peaceful Black Lives Matter protesters, have reportedly ...

Added June 18, 2021

94-Year-Old Says Juneteenth Becoming A National Holiday is ‘Off The Chain’

A 94-year-old woman is making media headlines for her 'off the chain' response to Juneteenth becoming a national holiday.

Added June 18, 2021

SBA Launches $100M Community Navigator Pilot Program To Aid Businesses in Underserved Communities

The U.S. Small Business Administration's Community Navigator Pilot Program gives selected community navigators an opportunity to connect underserved business owners to resources such as financial relief ...

Added June 18, 2021

Black Quadruplet Brothers, Who All Attended Yale, Just Graduated

Black quadruplet brothers Aaron, Nick, Zach, and Nigel Wade, aka The Quad, aka The Wades, graduated from Yale together, while developing their individuality.

Added June 18, 2021

George Floyd Honored With Larger Than Life 700 Pound Statue In New Jersey

George Floyd may not have been from Newark, New Jersey, but the city is honoring his contribution to Black America with a 700-pound bronze statue in his honor.

Added June 18, 2021

 ‘March For Us 2021’ Celebrates Juneteenth In Chicago With A ‘4th of July Feel’

On Saturday June 19, March For Us will host its Juneteenth march and rally in Chicago. The event will celebrate Juneteenth's message of liberating enslaved people, but it will also integrate a plan to ...

Added June 18, 2021

Chrystul Kizer, A Black Woman Who Allegedly Killed Her White Trafficker, Can Now Claim Self-Defense

Chrystul Kizer, a Black woman who was charged with killing a 34-year-old white man who she claimed trafficked her for sex at the age of 16, has now been granted a chance to use a new defense strategy that ...

Added June 18, 2021

Chrissy Teigen Hopes to Land Interview With Oprah Winfrey to Salvage Her Reputation

Chrissy Teigen is reportedly doing behind-the-scenes damage control to repair her public image and looking for help from the media maven Oprah Winfrey. The Lip Sync Battle host has been facing backlash ...

Added June 18, 2021

Family Left Heartbroken Over Cashier Killed After Telling Customer to Wear A Mask

The family of 41-year-old Laquitta Willis is speaking out and expressing their grief over her senseless death on Monday. Willis was working her shift at the Big Bear Supermarket in DeKalb County Atlanta ...

Added June 18, 2021

California Launches Digital COVID-19 Passport But Will Not Require Residents To Have It

California officials unveiled a website to access a digital copy of COVID-19 immunization records, though they stressed it would not be mandatory

Added June 18, 2021

Candace Owens Thinks Juneteenth, The Day Black Slaves Were Freed, Is ‘LAME’

Candace Owens was trending on Twitter last night once again to rail against another Black movement. However, this time, she despises Black Twitter for cheering for Juneteenth as an official federal holiday ...

Added June 18, 2021

Tiffany Haddish Joins America’s First Black-Owned Digital Bank’s Virtual Financial Conference on Juneteenth

OneUnited Bank is hosting a free financial conference featuring experts, from 1-6 p.m. on June 19, 2021. The purpose is to close the racial wealth gap.

Added June 18, 2021

Businesses Begin To Fret As Canada Extends Non-Essential Travel Ban Through July 21

Canada is extending a ban on non-essential travel with the United States and the rest of the world until July 21, Public Safety Minister Bill Blair said

Added June 18, 2021