Big tech has made promises to amplify DEI initiatives over the last few years, yet according to a new report, conditions have worsened for Black women technologists in the workplace.
Nike Kicks Off Athlete-Focused Mental Health Podcast with Karl-Anthony Towns As First Guest—Talks Losing 8 Family Members During the Pandemic
The podcast features candid chats with Nike athletes facilitated by Crisis Text Line mental health experts.
‘We Meet People Where They Are’: This 26-Year-old is Leading An Inclusive Accelerator That's Redefining Entrepreneurship
What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘entrepreneur’? Whatever you're imagining, Precious Drew wants to turn it on its head.
‘We’re Not Staying Home’: Stephanie M. Jones Talks Launching A Tourism Collaborative In A White Male-Dominated Industry
As the founder of the National Blacks in Travel and Tourism Collaborative, she’s seen, first-hand, some of the disparities BIPOC face.
Within the $17.5 billion industry, a mere 2.3% of interior designers in the U.S. identify as Black or African American.
The big box retailer made promises to support the BIPOC community in 2020 — here's how they've been holding up.
With the help of their parents, of course, their smart business ideas have manifested into viable businesses earning millions.
Law School Student Launches ‘Legally BLK Fund’ To Help Offset Costs For Aspiring Black Women Attorneys
Student loan debt is an incredible hurdle for most students, but for recent law grads, it’s a major crisis.
Serena Williams knows what it's like to dominate one sport–now she’s looking to stake her claim in another, but this time as an owner.
Everybody’s favorite OG is expanding his digital empire with this latest move.
Although the critical and commercial success of "Soul" and "Hair Love" has opened the door to amplifying Black voices in animation, the industry is largely exclusionary.
ESSENCE January/February cover girl Aisha “Pinky” Cole is continuing to reach new heights.
Magic Johnson has been a prolific businessman for decades. Now it looks like he’s taking his savvy to the next level.
With smart planning and consistency, we’ve seen some of our most successful celebs earn their way back to the top.
Kevin Durant Becomes Minority Owner Of Professional Women’s Soccer Team With Thirty Five Ventures Investment
This is their second investment in a professional soccer team — the first being Major League Soccer’s Philadelphia Union.
Despite the racial-gender wealth gap, there are some Black women shattering glass ceilings.