Black women are betting on themselves for successful futures.
The program will identify Black-owned businesses in New Jersey to provide marketing and business consultation, advertising exposure and financial wellness counseling.
The past year saw a spike in Black-owned microbusinesses.
Black creators rarely get the exposure or pay equity they deserve compared to their to white counterparts.
Nontraditional undergraduate students are a demographic not often highlighted in college brochures or highly considered when making campus-wide decisions.
In an unprecedented move, Hello Alice is aiming to achieve true equity by becoming part-owner of a company dedicated to helping underserved communities grow.
Non-fungible tokens have taken the investment community by storm.
This HBCU Alum Turned a College Fair Into An Organization That Generated $52M in Scholarships-Here's How
To date, Andres Martin's HBCU Night has facilitated 1,611 scholarship offers.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Launches Fund For Organizations Prioritizing Climate Solutions For Black Communities
$2.5 million in cash prizes will be awarded to groups that support entrepreneurship and innovation in historically underserved communities in climate and energy technology funding.
Packnett Cunningham recently joined forces with Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch Whisky to produce the #Richest25.
This puts founders Erin PonTell and Kayla Castañeda in an elite group becoming only the 59th Latina-founded company to raise over $1 million in VC funding.
Latinas remain in the crosshairs of the pandemic and economic uncertainty—and the lost earnings due to the wage gap leave them without a financial cushion.
The program will award the finalists a total of $500,000 in grants to help scale their solutions.
In 2019, Smith started her non-profit, We Wield the Hammer, a metalsmith training program for women and girls of African descent.
Black creators say non-Black influencers copy their work and reap the reputational and success spurned from high views, but fail to give credit where it’s due.
Facebook Announces #BuyBlack Friday Initiative To Support Black-Owned Brands During Holiday Shopping Season
The social media platform is showing its support to businesses that need it most.
This commitment is part of the retailer’s Target Forward strategy and vision to co-create an equitable future for all.
Suzen Baraka and Morgan Means are giving Black-owned businesses a "seat at the table."
This effort will support diverse culinary establishments that have served as the cornerstone for communities across the nation.