Rich Girl Collective founder Tiffany Williams teaches Black women to earn more, demand more, and negotiate their way to financial freedom every day.
It takes the typical Black woman 20 months to be paid what the average white man takes home in 12 months.
Although the sports tech VC sector has exploded in recent years, the multimillion-dollar deals seldomly include Black women.
This Black, Blind Musician Left Her Corporate Job When She Uncovered Inequity. Here's Why She Wants More Women To Speak Up For Themselves
"Holding in our innate ambitious drives, keeping silent about our self-worth and competence, it can only last but for so long,” Lachi tells Essence.
Sammi Bivens will compete against 4 finalists for a $25,000 grand prize in The UPS Store Virtual 2021 Small Biz Challenge.
The Coalition to Back Black Businesses is a multi-year grantmaking and training initiative with an initial $10 million commitment.
The African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund announced its support for projects that will help preserve African American landmarks.
Stage IV Cancer Survivor Urges Black Women Entrepreneurs To Develop A Self Care Routine Within Their Business
PR firm CEO says a Lymphoma diagnosis taught her the importance of prioritizing herself.
'PITCH PLEASE' Competition Awards $300k To Black Women Beauty Businesses Aiming To Disrupt The Industry
Emerging Black-owned beauty businesses received funding from Pull Up For Change and the New Voices Foundation to further equity in the billion-dollar industry.
Pharrell Williams' Black Ambition Prize Awards Emerging Black Founders Up To $1 Million To Help Close Wealth Gap
Entrepreneurs of color received mentorship and funding from Pharrell Williams.
The Boston Celtics And NAACP Launch $1M Grant To Aid Recovering Black Businesses Impacted By The Pandemic
The $1M grant program aims to support economic empowerment of Black-owned small businesses across New England.
Dr. Nicole Cammack is the CEO of Black Mental Wellness and she is on a mission to spread that message far and wide.
Pepsico Foundation And National Urban League Launch Initiative To Help Black-Owned Restaurants Reopen After COVID-19
The two organizations joined forces to help shuttered Black-owned restaurants find their footing after the pandemic.
A new study highlights potential trauma with just 3 percent of Black professionals wanting to return to office post-pandemic.
Shea Moisture’s initiative is being backed by the Biden administration to drive up COVID-19 vaccination rates in Black and Brown communities.
Top companies partnered with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund to provide scholarships and professional development opportunities to Black students.
This ambitious new initiative was created to combat barriers that some communities face and help them get vaccinated.
This Black Female Founder Is Tackling Healthcare Worker Shortage With Innovative Hiring Platform For Nurses
The pandemic has proven that nurses are the backbone of our healthcare system and we need them now more than ever.
With a $1,000 credit limit and grit, Jevaughn Williams took his passion for fashion and launched a t-shirt business in 2013.