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Almost 100 years after Madam C.J. Walker built a 34-room mansion in New York, beauty business guru Richelieu Dennis plans to turn the legendary beauty…
Tiffany Miller is known for wearing a flower in her hair. One day, while out and about she noticed a woman wearing the same flower…
Detroit based design firm, Hamilton Anderson will be expanding their firm to Atlanta in partnership with Atlanta-based urban design firm, SHAPE. The expansion will increase…
Entrepreneurship is alive and well, even if the face of small business is evolving with the times. Autonomy in management and making dreams a reality…
Black and minority students at five school districts in the Washington, D.C. region will be beneficiaries of a $6 million commitment by JPMorgan Chase to…
What a difference two years can make when time, persistence and love of community are in place. They can transform a space damaged from violence…
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has introduced a series of measures to the City Council which would overhaul the City’s procurement process.
Since moving to downtown Detroit, Google has been doing its due diligence within the black community in the city. The world’s leading cloud-based technology provider…
When Emmanuel Irono moved to the United States from Nigeria in the 1980s to attend Elizabeth City State University in North Carolina, he dreamed of…
Resources for entrepreneurs are now available in Dallas’ southern sector with the opening of the Dallas Entrepreneur Center at the Southwest Center Mall in Oak…
In his breakout hit single “Locked Up,” hip-hop star, producer, and songwriter Akon Thiam sings “Freedom ain’t gettin’ no closer.” Yet, Akon’s philanthropic work and…
Innocent Mukheli graced the stage of the Africa Travel Summit hosted by Airbnb with mouthwatering images that would make anyone stop for a double take.…
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