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Egypt stages 'Golden parade of Pharaohs' to lure tourists back
Photos from Amanda Gorman's post
Damian Lillard, Trail Blazers Help Fund New All-Abilities Playground In Oregon
Amazing stuff from Damian Lillard and the Trail Blazers ... the NBA superstar and his team have committed to help build yet another all-inclusive playground in Oregon.
Meet The Black Woman Transforming 12 Abandoned Acres Into $25 Million Tech Hub in Mississippi
Dr. Nashlie Sephus purchased 12 abandoned acres to develop a $25 million tech hub for entrepreneurs in Mississippi. On September 11, 2020, the Jackson
LA County Looking to Return Land to Family Descendants of Bruce's Beach
Nearly a century after the City of Manhattan Beach used a legal tool to take land away from Black property owners -- an area known as Bruce’s Beach, Los Angeles County, which currently owns some of that land, tells NBC4 it is looking at returning it to the descendants of the Bruce family.
How Nonprofits Can Steward Corporate Donors on Social Media
Corporate donors can help nonprofits elevate their work unlike any other type of financial supporter. Yet it’s not to build lasting relationships.
Asiya Mohammed lost both her legs and several fingers in a tragic train accident at the age of two. She's gone on to become the first woman from Kenya to qualify as a PR1 rower and secure a spot in the Tokyo Paralympics.
See her full interview on African Voices Changemakers this weekend.
Detroit Black Entrepreneur Turned His Semi-Trailer Truck into a Bowling Alley on Wheels
Terence Jackson Jr., a Black entrepreneur from Southfield, Detroit, is the owner of Luxury Strike Bowling, the first mobile bowling alley in the world
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El Pollo Loco invited artist Enkone "Art That Breathes" to paint a mural celebrating #BlackHistoryMonth on the side of one of their restaurants found in Leimert Park.
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Florida's First Black-owned, woman-owned title company opens in Tallahassee
When you think about all the people who hold important titles in black history, make sure you keep these two women in mind.
Black CPA Creates Course to Teach Teens and Children How to Stop Generational Poverty
Meet Michael Charles Pridgeon, a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) that is the visionary of Break the Cycle, a program that will provide a resource for elementary and teenage children to learn and
National Paralympic Champ Wants to Teach A Million Underserved People to Swim
Jamal Hill wants to teach one million underserved people to swim before 2028. The 25-year-old Inglewood-born professional swimmer embodies a combination of the competitive swimming spirit of Michael Phelps with the self-determination, community advocacy and direct agency of Nipsey Hussle.
This Millennial Created the First Digital Token on the Blockchain Backed By Affordable Housing
This millennial is on the move! Real Estate investor and entrepreneur Vernon J. is on a mission to solve the country's affordable housing crisis through a digital token on the blockchain.
Jay-Z Teams Up With Twitter CEO to Invest $23 Million in Bitcoin Fund
The two billionaires are investing 500 bitcoin into a new endowment called ₿trust. With the rapid rise of bitcoin in the last few weeks, the 500 bitcoin investment is currently worth over $23 million.
Join us LIVE on Friday, February 12 or On Demand February 13-14 when you’re ready to have a special date night or a virtual gathering with friends. Get Tickets Now Hear some of your favorite love songs and enjoy intriguing conversation as we take you on an interactive journey to celebrate l...
Plan Your Wedding With This List Of Black-Owned Wedding Vendors
David's Bridal is cool and all, but planning a wedding with all Black-owned vendors is a different kind of flex.
Apple announces first-of-its-kind educational hub in Atlanta for HBCU community
Apple has announced that it is supporting the launch of the Propel Center in Atlanta, a first-of-its-kind innovation and learning hub for the HBCU community.
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4 African Kings Who Ruled India That Have Been Erased From History
“…The darkest man is here the most highly esteemed and considered better than the others who are not so dark. Let me add that in very t...
Black Woman Invents First Computer Science Education Doll
Bukola Somide invented the first computer science smart doll, which teaches computer science concepts in a way children can understand.
17-year-old Wins $400K For Explaining Quantum Tunneling in Science Competition
The Breakthrough Prize Foundation announced that 17-year-old Maryam Tsegaye won the sixth annual Breakthrough Junior Challenge science competition
Meet Texas A&M graduate Cheyenne Chapel, a CG artist behind Pixar's new animated film 'Soul' which premieres this Christmas on Disney+
Meet recent Texas A&M graduate Cheyenne Chapel. She grew up in Chappell Hill, Texas, a small rural community located between Brenham and Hempstead where her love for art as a
Jacksonville boy with autism writes children’s book about coping with COVID-19 changes
A Jacksonville boy with autism is now a published author. Trey Sheppard, 13, cowrote a children’s book with his mother, Natalie Sheppard, during the pandemic. The book, called “The Day My World Changed,” is helping children across the country cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Detroit Pistons name Big Sean creative director of innovation
Rapper Big Sean (Sean Michael-Leonard Anderson) has a new job with this hometown NBA team.
Ex-NBA player Junior Bridgeman buys bankrupt Ebony magazine for $14 million - Face2Face Africa
Former NBA star Junior Bridgeman has become the new owner of Ebony after a successful bid to purchase the media firm for $14 million.
Beyoncé’s Beygood is giving $5K to those facing foreclosures or evictions
Beyoncé’s Beygood is giving $5K grants to those facing foreclosures or evictions. Queen Bey launched an initiative on Tuesday.
Black Inventor Creates The World's First Self Growing Farming System to Combat Food Scarcity and Land Shortage
Darral Addison is a Black inventor with degrees in chemistry and physics. He is also the founder a company that makes the world's first
At age 2, my son has more money in the bank than I did at 18, and it's part of my plan to build generational wealth
Generational wealth is built through investing and sustained by good habits, like communication and consistency, says financial advisor Kevin L. Matthews.
Afrikan Centered Education
When Fela Kuti arrived in the United States he was a British educated Nigerian. He met Sandra Isadore who was at the time entrenched in the Black Power movement. Sandra was hoping to learn more about Afrika from Fela, but instead she ended up educating him on Afrika. Fela also read the Autobiography of Malcolm X, which encouraged him to drop Ransome (a European name) from his full name. Fela Kuti himself later said: “We were even ashamed to go around in national dress until we saw pictures of blacks wearing dashikis on 125th street.” It was from an Afrikan American woman that Fela Kuti learned to be a proud Afrikan, so being Afrikan is not a matter of being born in Afrika.
Shonda Rhimes Left ABC Over A $154 Ticket To Disneyland
During a recent interview, Shonda Rhimes shared that while she had felt restricted by network television for some time, ultimately an ABC executive’s decision to deny her a pass to Disneyland…
Meg Thee Stallion is giving $10,000 scholarships to women of color. How to apply
'Women of color pursuing a degree in any field' are encouraged to apply to Megan Thee Stallion's Don't Stop Scholarship by submitting an essay online.
Good News Story: Nigerian Irish Teen Girls Win Prize For Dementia App
They faced bias against women in science. They faced racism because their families come from Africa. And they triumphed in a competition to develop a problem-solving app!
NBA Star Chris Paul Enrolls at HBCU - Winston-Salem State University!
This is a dope story... Oklahoma City Thunder guard Chris Paul continues to make plays outside the basketball court, as he enrolled in Winston Salem State University to help its students make a difference by assisting them to the polls. We are providing transportation to HBCU students
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