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Is There a Book Inside of You!

by The Muse and The Messenger on

“Your book is the vehicle you put on the road for your literary journey." Joylynn Ross, Founder of Path To Publishing.... 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

How Much Money Do Entrepreneurs Need to Stay in Business?

by Katandra Shanel Jackson on

“The first three years are critical," Williams reflects. “Financial management is like having a coach. Someone to teach you and prepare you for the distance.” DEW Financial Management Group specializes in Insurance, Investment & Wealth Management.... Read full article

With The Written Word, You Can Move Mountains

by Angie BEE on

“I watched my classmates struggle with writing their assignments and I realized I could help others by writing for them or editing their work,” Williams explained. Sam’s Word offers professional writing services to the world.... Read full article

POTUS Says Concerns of #BlackLivesMatter Are Legitimate Issues We Have To Address!

by Courtney Connley - Black Enterprise on

#BlackLivesMatter: “We As a Society, Particularly Given Our History, Have to Take This Seriously"!... Read full article

Winning Strategies for Business

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“I also noted that it was rare to have African Americans in my class. With my technical sales and product marketing background, I decided to focus on helping small businesses increase their brand and grow their sales," said Mackey, Winning Strategies... Read full article

Which Earth Wind & Fire Vocalist is Performing at the Wall Street Project Summit?

by Safon Floyd on

The Wall Street Project is on a mission to encourage corporate America to recognize the value that minority entrepreneurs, vendors, and consumers bring to the marketplace and ensure equal access and opportunities for culturally diverse companies.... 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

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

Hampton University Opens Doors to Former ITT Tech Students

by Arrionne Nettles - Chicago Defender on

"Hampton University-University College is working to create a seamless pathway for former ITT Tech students,” said Kim Luckes, J.D., Dean of Hampton University-University College. ... Read full article

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