Alpha Kappa Alpha’s annual HBCU Impact Day on September 20 far exceeded the goal.
Facebook's financial commitment will provide 100 Black women entrepreneurs with $20K in Facebook advertising credits and access to its Elevate program.
Courvoisier Cognac’s 1828 Foundation Aims to Support Black-Owned Business Adversely Affected by the Pandemic
The partnership with National Urban League aims to equip the Black business community with critical resources.
These grants will support racial justice initiatives in communities of color across the country.
Babson College’s recent research explains why some businesses were shuttered while others flourished during the pandemic.
By paying the outstanding invoices, the Facebook Invoice Fast Track program gives time and money back to small business owners.
Loop Capital, Goldman Sachs and Google Launch Cash Management Solution to Help Close Racial Wealth Gap
As a part of their One Million Black Women initiative, the industry giants launched a new money market fund that will benefit Black women.
Inspired by Robert F. Smith's 2019 'Morehouse Gift,' the initiative will provide STEM majors at nine HBCUs a more equitable alternative to fund their education.
BROWN GIRL Jane And SheaMoisture Launch Second Annual Grant Competition to Support Black Beauty and Wellness Founders
The second annual #BrownGirlSwap offers Black female founders a platform to amplify their brands and receive entrepreneurial mentorship.
The partnership will provide funding and mentorship for young women to foster self-confidence, empowerment, and opportunities.
MIT Media Lab researcher Joy Buolamwini works to uncover subtle instances of racial discrimination in facial recognition software.
The Oula Company founder and CEO says she was heavily influenced by watching how her mom moved in the world.
Not only do female athletes have to combat gender inequity, but racial barriers as well.
The self-taught artist said she heard the voice of God tell her to get to work.
Rosario Dawson is On a Mission to Help Right the Wrongs of Unfair ‘Weed War’ Through Cann Board Appointment
Earlier this month, it was announced that she was joining the board of cannabis-infused beverage company Cann, the first queer Afrolatinx woman to do so.
As a part of the program, each female founder will be paired with one of CÎROC’s Black Executive partners, who will provide mentorship.
After years of meticulously cementing his place among icons, he’s definitely made some immensely impressive money moves.
Ancestry.com Launches New Freedmen’s Bureau Records To Help Black Americans Better Trace Their Roots
Everyone can access the world’s largest digitized and searchable collection of over 3.5 million Freedmen’s Bureau and Freedman’s Bank records for free.
As a part of their ongoing mission to help foster racial wealth equity, Capital One Business, in partnership with Boss Women Media, launched the Black Girl Magic Pitch Competition.