Healthy Roots Dolls Founder Yelitsa Charles Shares How She Raised Half A Million Dollars For Her Business
Yelitsa stressed the importance of becoming a marketplace vendor and the positive impact "finding her tribe" made on her business.
From assistance with collecting child support payments to jewelry that relieves hot flashes, these Black-owned brands provide invaluable services.
The proud mother of two gave us the rundown of her work-life balance at the ESSENCE + New Voices Entrepreneur Summit and Target Holiday Market.
Queen Latifah: Greatness In Black Women Is Normal, The Problem Is, Other People Think It's An Anomaly
Joined by Rapsody, Queen Latifah proved a true highlight on the second day of the ESSENCE + New Voices Entrepreneur Summit and Target Holiday Market in Atlanta.
Mielle Organics CEO Monique Rodriquez, Urban Skin RX CEO Rachel Roff, The Doux CEO Maya Smith and Kimble Beauty CEO Kim Kimble dropped gems.
Keshia Knight Pulliam And Arian Simone Challenge More Black Women To Become Investors In Start Ups: 'Join Us!'
The dynamic pair of entrepreneurs delivered keen and candid words of advice at the ESSENCE + New Voices Entrepreneur Summit in Atlanta.
Estee Lauder Exec Ella Gorgla Says Now Is The Time For More Black Ownership In The Nearly $600 Billion Beauty Industry
"This is a global industry and Black people are helping to drive that consumption, but we're still underrepresented as owners."
Hunter taught some of Atlanta's media elite the fine art of shish kebab assembly on the eve of AfroPunk Atlanta 2018.
As promised last week, Bishop Eddie Long was indeed in the pulpit Sunday morning at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, despite allegations of sexual misconduct by four young men in their early 20s. If there were questions about Long's continued leadership at New Birth, they were not at all discernible. Speaking loud enough for others to hear, a female parishioner, who appeared to be in her mid-50s, stated before the 8:00 AM service, "I hope things are back to normal."