Clark Atlanta University is one of three HBCUs to be part of a $90 million joint initiative to prepare students for careers in private equity
Led by a diverse team of moms, including one of the only Black women CEOs in healthcare, Natalist creates mom-tested and doctor-approved fertility and pregnancy products.
CURLS Founder Mahisha Dellinger Launches New Wealth-Building Initiative To Help 25,000 Black Woman Entrepreneurs
The hair care brand will provide $450 million worth of free training and resources to help Black women create wealth and build community.
HBCU Heroes Launches "Secure The Bag" Virtual Career Fest to Boost Black Students’ Professional Success
The series aims to arm HBCU students with tools to remain competitive in finance, tech, media, and other industries to become professional and financially successful.
Harden, who is known for his keen fashion sense, will make a minority investment in the brand.
The $500,000 grants will go toward the digitization of two HBCU photographic archives.
Through this new initiative, Instacart is offering Black-owned CPG brands the opportunity to reach a broader audience in the digital aisles with prominent advertising.
Queer-Founded Cannabis Brands Join Forces to Launch Special Sweatshirt in Support of Black LGBTQ+ Businesses
The special edition Pride sweatshirt launched on June 1st and is available nationwide.
“Now is the time to come together and support each other as we fight to end Asian hate,” said Saweetie.
Black Girl Freedom Fund Focuses First Round Grants to Organizations Serving Black Girls Across the U.S.
The fund came out of a need to disrupt funding disparity to Black-led organizations, particularly those dedicated to serving Black female youth.
Launched last year, YouTube’s $100 million #YouTubeBlack Voices Fund was created to support emerging Black musicians.
This Professor Turned Her Passion For Race and Gender Identity Representation Into A Six-Figure Doll Business
The doll line was designed to provide children of all ethnicities and gender identities with a positive visual representation of themselves.
The Atlanta expansion enables the incubator program to reach more diverse students and to invest in Black futures.
The program will provide scholarships and mentorships to students attending one of 11 HBCUs across the United States.
With most banks charging overdraft fees between $15-$35 per transaction, those costs can be devastating to consumers’ financial wellbeing.
The 67th edition of Fortune 500 features Rosalind Brewer, the CEO of Walgreens Boots Alliance, and Thasunda Brown Duckett, the CEO of TIAA.
The brand’s on a mission to encourage their consumers to reimagine masculinity.