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We Paid off $60,000 of Debt!

by Millions Two One Staff on

"In August of this year, I began working with one of my clients who had a FICO credit score in the low 600s. As of November, we were able to assist her with getting her credit in the 700s. 700 credit score is the land where banks fight over you."... Read full article

US Black Chambers, Inc.'s Members-Only Conference Call

by USBC Directory on

Rodney Greenup, President of Greenup Industries, 2017 Revenue of $21 Million Dollars, Kevin W. Johnson, Contracting Consultant and Roy Hodge of REH Systems. RSVP for the US Black Chambers, Inc.'s Members-Only Conference Call. LIMITED space available.... Read full article

8 Atrocities About Christopher Columbus and Columbus Day

by Vincent Schilling on

Columbus Never Landed on What is Known Today as "American" Soil—Not in 1492, Not Ever!... Read full article

The Million Man March Reaches A Milestone Anniversary

by Black Enterprise on

“Twenty years ago, we witnessed a historic gathering of African American men in the nation’s capital that brought worldwide attention to the plight of Black men in America."... Read full article

These Black CEOs Couldn't Get a Loan (Now They Run Some of the Fast-Growing Companies in America)

by Bartie Scott - Reporter Inc on

Edwin Bosso of Houston's Myrtle Consulting Group (No. 364) saw its revenue surge 1,000 percent in the past three years, to nearly $9 million. ... Read full article

From Marching with FAMU's 100 to Bringing Music to Thousands of Kids

by Denise Walker on

During his time at FAMU, the Marching 100 was awarded the Sudler Trophy, which is equivalent to the Heisman Trophy for college football. They were the first Historically Black College or University to win this award.... Read full article

#BankBlack Boosts Local Business

by Della Gonclaves - WUSA on

A campaign born from the Black Lives Matter movement is changing the way African Americans save and invest their money.... Read full article

How Theaster Gates Is Revitalizing Chicago's South Side, One Vacant Building at a Time

by Natalie Moore - Smithsonian Magazine on

“There was no grand ambition. When you root in a place, you start making things better. I wasn’t on some divine mission,” he says. Two years later he bought the building next door for $16,000. That became the Archive House, ... Read full article

Historic all-girls school opens Male Academy

by The Louisiana Weekly on

For one year after Hurricane Katrina, it was part of MAX, a school that included students from St. Augustine, St. Mary’s and Xavier Prep. In the fall of 2006, St. Mary’s moved its operations to the former St. James Major School campus in Gentilly. ... Read full article

Have You Thought About Traveling to Cuba?

by Angie Bee on

"My ideal client would be a professor looking to internationalize their curriculum for a faculty-led, study abroad program. We do programs three times a year that anyone can jump on board, and we prefer to work with groups! Groups are ideal!" ... Read full article

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