All roads lead back home. Anthony Mackie’s latest power move proves that.
Black Futures Lab Launches Black Census Project 2022, Largest Survey of Black People In America In 157 Years
The Black Census will provide the Biden-Harris administration, elected officials, and midterm campaigns irrefutable insights to address the needs of Black communities.
In the past few months, millions of people have chosen to leave their jobs for varying reasons and it’s paying off for them in a big way.
'We Deserve to See Ourselves': This Getty Images Executive Discusses The Importance Of Positive Visual Representation Of Black Women In Media
As the Director of Creative Insights at Getty Images, Tristen Norman sees and analyzes photos the world’s biggest companies use to shape their brand and reach consumer bases.
This ‘Financial Activist’ Says Black Women Should Assert Their Fiscal Independence Even While In Relationships. Here’s Why
Dasha Kennedy’s divorce taught her to always put her personal financial health first even while in a life partnership and advises Black women to do the same.
Have you ever started a new position or job, only to realize it is very different from what you were led to believe?
Unpaid jobs can be extremely challenging to maintain with ballooning living costs and stagnant wages.
TOP Data's list of the most "entrepreneurial-friendly" states may surprise you.
These Clark Atlanta Grads Made History With Launch Of The Nation’s First Black-Owned Alcohol Delivery App
Navarr Grevious and Mikáel Pyles conceptualized an app that would enable friends to obtain liquor while partying without getting behind the wheel.
For 30-something-year-old best friends Melissa Mason and Lillian Jackson, they can attest to feeling the growing pains of navigating friendships while adulting.
After years of delighting her inner-circle with the special notes, her friends convinced her to share her gift of connection with the world.
There’s a certain kind of magic in the air when you’re at a Black event.
The survey’s finding reflected that Gen-Z consumers are taking ethics-based spending the most serious.
More than 2 million women have left the workforce in the last two years and some have vowed to only return when it feels right.
Now that we’re facing an endemic and navigating the Great Resignation era, a new report is revealing that women are coming back for what they lost.
The Chicago area-based busy professionals decided to add another layer to their bond: business partners.
As we navigate the Great Resignation, a larger conversation about gender bias across workplace settings of all kinds is taking place, and the result is alarming.
The pair decided to launch the Broad Street Ventures venture capital fund for athletes aiming to build financial security in 2020.