It’s been said that a family that gets money together, stays together.
The HoneyPot founder Beatrice Dixon and Sweeten CEO Jean Brownhill offer advice for entrepreneurs struggling to determine the best course of action during the COVID-19 crisis.
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Each of the 10 Black women entrepreneurs took home between $5,000 and $25,000 dollars in funding for their businesses.
The beloved brand Honey Pot sold out largely thanks to the support of Black women. Here's a few other feminine hygiene products created by Black women that your "gina" will love.
This video of a young Black queen saying she’s ugly is a heart-breaking reminder of the self-work we have to do for our girls.
News & Politics editor Tanya A. Christian reacts to the recent backlash that Honey Pot owner Bea Dixon received for a Black History Month Target ad.
"I'm here for that story and that's why I said it."