This Animated Youtube Series Is Helping Young Black Millennial's With Their Finances
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This Animated Youtube Series Is Helping Young Black Millennial's With Their Finances
"Money makes the world spin. Period."
Lifetime modernizes ‘Pride and Prejudice’ with African-American cast in Atlanta
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Deep Cuts: How a Black Craftsman Started Making Amazing Custom Knives for Chefs | SoulPhoodie
Home Entrepreneurs Deep Cuts: How a Black Craftsman Started Making Amazing Custom Knives for... EntrepreneursFeaturesInterestingDeep Cuts: How a Black Craftsman Started Making Amazing Custom Knives for Chefs By Derek Kirk - June 2, 2019 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp What’s a chef without their knives?...
Inspired by Billionaire, Barber Raises Money to Pay Debts of 14 High School Students
"So many students go into so much debt just trying to get an education," says Season Bennett
Jamaican born Scientist discovers new way to repair damaged nerves - ilovejamaicans.com
Who would have thought that a little girl from Darliston in Westmoreland would turn out to be a First World scientist who discovered a new way to repair damaged nerves? – Contributed After she arrived in Canada from Jamaica, 18-year-old Patrice Smith repeated her final year of high school in hopes...
Black Billionaire Robert F. Smith creates paid internships for 1,000 minority students
Billionaire Robert Smith continues his amazing philanthropic streak by creating 1,000 paid internships for minority students. Click here to learn more
Meet The Black Man Behind The Northwest's Only Hip Hop Winery
Abbey Creek Vineyard is Oregon's first Black-owned winery and the first Hip Hop winery in the Northwest. Meet the man behind this dope business.
Grambling names first female Band Director in school history - HBCU Gameday
Grambling State University announced Dr. Nikole Roebuck will lead the Department of Music and become its first woman Director of Bands.
Sole Is Back After An Almost 20 Year Hiatus
Before Sole went off the grid she was known as a hardcore, award winning, female rapper. Now, after almost 20 years she’s ready to return. Two decades is a long time to be off the scene, so y…
Appointed Interim CEO of Bed, Bath & Beyond, She is the First Black Woman to Head a Fortune 500 Company Since Ursula Burns - Black Enterprise
Bed, Bath & Beyond’s new interim CEO, Mary Winston is the only black woman to lead a Fortune 500 company since Ursula Burns stepped down as CEO of Xerox.
Black designer 19keys creates first luxury functional clothing tech that protects you from 5g & cellphone radiation
The crownz is intentionally spelled with a ‘z’ because he says “its just like Hertz or htz the “z’ represents the frequency the crownz possess. And now it also represents zorbs the tech Electromagnetic frequency (EMF) shielding devices that protect from wireless radiation. The way it works...
'America's Got Talent' Tearjerker: Blind, Autistic Singer Kodi Lee Gets 'Golden Buzzer' From Gabrielle Union
Now there's a song for you. Southern California musician Kodi Lee brought the house down on the Season 14 premiere of NBC's 'America's Got Talent' Tuesday with a performance that scored him a 'golden...
African-American Mom and Banker Creates Financial Literacy Flash Cards and Activity Book to Help Parents Teach Their Children About Finances
Ashley M. Clark, founder of Sense 2 Cents, has introduced Financial Literacy Flash Cards and an Activity Book for children.
This Newly Invented Off-Grid Solar Grill Can Store Energy To Cook At Night Without Electricity - I Believe In Mother Nature
The Wilson Solar Grill can not only cook your food when the sun is out during the day, but it can store that heat energy, and so you can cook your food at night.
Tiffany Haddish Becomes Eritrean Citizen
American comedian, Tiffany Haddish has now officially been granted dual citizenship with Eritrea, her father's country of birth. The comedian's father, Tsihaye Reda Haddish moved to the United States as a refugee before she was born, according to CNN. Before now, Haddish has always identified as an....
10 Top Personal Finance Books by Black Authors - Black Enterprise
In the midst of the well-known personal finance books, here are the top 10 personal finance books by black authors you should add to your reading list.
Broken Bread: Accessing Healthy Food
Roy meets the individuals bringing healthy and affordable food options into South L.A. communities that lack access to fresh food.
The First African-American Piano Manufacturer
Like his father, Warren Shadd was a jazz musician and a piano technician. Then he decided to build a prototype instrument, went to a gospel music convention, and suddenly had more than 1,000 buyers.
9th Graders Reveal Hidden Facts About WiFi, Get Noticed By Scientists - Conscious Reminder
by Conscious Reminder Education techniques have changed a lot over the years. Students are more involved in practical work than just bookish knowledge which makes a huge difference in their learning and growth. Experimenting with what they study not only increases their understanding of the subject....
HBO's 'A Black Lady Sketch Show': Quinta Brunson, Gabrielle Dennis And Ashley Nicole Black Join Robin Thede In Issa Rae-Produced Series
Quinta Brunson, Gabrielle Dennis and Ashley Nicole Black...
Atlanta 14-year-old becomes youngest student ever accepted to Spelman College
Tuskegee Airmen work to get teens interested in aviation, STEM
Organizations like the East Coast Chapter Tuskegee Airmen are working to get young people interested in aviation. You can find information on their Youth Aviation program here: http://www.ecctai.org/youth-aviation-program
LA County Approves $460 Million in Homeless Initiatives
The five elected officials who govern Los Angeles County today approved $460 million in Measure H spending on homelessness, increasing their commitment to the problem in the face of a widely anticipated rise in...
"When it all gets down to it, we're saving lives," says Akbar Cook, the principal of West Side High School in Newark, New Jersey. Cook founded and directs Lights On, a program that gives students a safe place to go on Friday nights, when crime and gun violence are prevalent. In the past three years, Cook says, West Side hasn't lost any students to gun violence.
All-girls robotics team from Ghana wins World Robofest Championship in the U.S. - Face2Face Africa
Ghana presented an all-girls robotics team for the senior division of the World Robofest Championship in the United States and they won the topmost position by beating teams from the United States, Mexico, Egypt, South Korea and dozens of others. Named Team Acrobot, the nine girls from the Methodist...
Detroit male high school maintains 100% college acceptance for 9 years in a row
Detroit’s all male Loyola High School recently announced that every 2019 graduating senior has been accepted into a two-year or four-year college. The high school, which is a Catholic school in the Jesuit tradition, nurtures a culture of hope and academic success for young men challenged by an urb...
L.A. declares John Singleton Day as filmmaker is honored at memorial
The Los Angeles City Council declared Tuesday as “John Singleton Day” in Los Angeles on Tuesday, commemorating the life and legacy of the prolific filmmaker who died on April 28 at age 51.
Brené Brown Inspired This Lawyer to Kick Off Beyoncé's #BeforeILetGo Challenge
Kiara Imani Williams had no idea her "shuffle to the left" would go viral and catch Queen Bey’s attention.
Lagos hospital performs liver bypass surgery without open surgery - Businessday NG
Twenty-year-old Tosin Ojelabi became ill in 2015, she was diagnosed of Budd–Chiari which she had been suffering from for three years. In the past, the only way to treat Budd-Chiari syndrome was a large operation with surgery creating “a mesocaval shunt”, a shunt from the big veins in the belly...
Oprah reminds Instagram critic she helped more than 400 men attend Morehouse College
The Instagram user suggested Winfrey should have paid off the student loan debt of the graduates at Colorado College, where she gave a commencement speech.
Yes On EE
A vote on EE is a vote on our future - our children. We have to be all in. Join us!
That moment where @robertfredericksmith drops the mic and let’s the Morehouse Class of 2019 know that he’s going to cover all of their student loan debt.
First Ever Black-Owned Toddler Shoe Line Set to Make Its Debut With Legacy Retailer
Tippy Tot Shoes, founded by Yolandra Rodgers, is famous for its luxury walkers for babies. As the first Black entrepreneur to launch such a shoe line specifically for toddlers, Yolandra will soon be expanding from selling online to selling at major retail stores across the country!
Iddris Sandu on Getting More Kids into Tech, Building w/ Nipsey Hussle & Social Media Banning Users
Byron Allen Secures $10 Billion Sports Network Deal
In the over crowded race for Disney’s 21 regional sports channels, Byron Allen and Sinclair Broadcast Group have come out on top. For Disney, will this sale be enough to start paying down the massive debt they’re carrying due to its $71.3 billion 21st Century Fox deal?
4 Oakland Churches to Offer Overnight Parking for Homeless Living in Cars
Homeless people living in their cars in Oakland will now have a few new places to park overnight, hassle-free.
Mercy For Animals
Compton Vegan owner Lemel Durrah brings affordable and healthy plant-based comfort food to Compton and other inner cities in need. 🌟
The Creator of the Internet Was A Black Man Named Philip Emeagwali – Google Confirms
Meet the father of the internet.. Of course you never heard of him because he is from Africa and
Nigerian man develops world’s first AI portal that can translate over 2,000 African languages - Face2Face Africa
Africa has thousands of ethnic groups, each speaking different languages and dialects, but this rich cultural diversity has caused communication barriers that hinder socio-economic development. In Africa, a continent where more than 2,000 languages are spoken, a lack of translated information is oft...
For The First Time Ever, This Year's Miss America, Miss USA, And Miss Teen USA Are All Black Woman
Meet the three young women who rep North Carolina, New York City, and Connecticut!
Never Forget: 30 Black Girls Were Imprisoned In A Hot Georgia Stockade For 45 Days For Trying To Buy Movie Tickets
In 1963, more than a dozen Black girls, between the ages of 12-15, were arrested and locked in a dilapidated stockade for two months without charges. Their crime: demonstrating for integration in Americus, Georgia.
Crenshaw High School student surprised with scholarship from Michael Jordan's Wings program
A Crenshaw High School student didn't expect a shoe box to change her life -- but it did.
California 5th grader receives praise and $1,500 for 6 years of perfect attendance
An Oakland 5th grader is being hailed as a role model as school officials on Tuesday celebrated what they called an "amazing accomplishment."
Curren D. Price, Jr.
Calling all local high school students in CD 9! What are you doing this summer? Apply for Councilman Curren Price’s Youth Innovative Entrepreneurial Leadership Development (Y.I.E.L.D.) Program.
This FREE week-long program will take place June 10-14, giving our District 9 youth an opportunity to interact with industry professionals across varying fields. Gain knowledge, create new friends and make contacts for possible internships.
For more information, contact Mike Castillo at [email protected] or call (323) 846-2651.
Michael B Jordan helps organization raise $2 million dollars for homeless families
Michael B. Jordan has proven time and time again that he’s the good guy and this past weekend he showed up to support the L.A. Family Housing organization.
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