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More People of Color Brew Up Beer Careers

by Mike Snider on

Craft Industry has mostly ignored minorities over the last decade, that's starting to change...... Read full article

7 Top Grants Or Free Money For Black Women Entrepreneurs

by Carolyn M. Brown - Black Enterprise on

Women are the growing face of business given that 30% of all U.S. businesses—9.4 million in total—are owned by women. ... Read full article

With Trump's New Administration, Will Women-Owned Businesses Grow

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The average woman is expected to earn $430,480 less than the average white man over a lifetime. Native American women can expect to earn $883,040 less, Black women earn $877,480 less, and Latina women earn $1,007,080 less over a lifetime. ... Read full article

She's Happy Hair; From The Trunk of a Car to a Million Dollar Enterprise

by Angie BEE on

When Marcus Bowers graduated college with a degree in business, he knew that his company would not only revolutionize shopping options for African Americans, but he wanted his company to encourage entrepreneurship for youth. ... Read full article

The Highest Paid Comedians of 2015

by Ruu Hawkins - Rolling Out on

Did Kevin Hart make the cut?... Read full article

Black Woman Removes Confederate Flag In Front Of South Carolina Statehouse

by Hilary Hanson on

"This is Bree. An amazing black woman who climbed the pole and took down the racist flag." Ferguson Action's Twitter Page... Read full article

Dr. Dre, Take Notes From Diddy: Diddy Gives $1 Million Dollars To HBCU-Howard University

by Jen Nicole - Naturally Moi on

Diddy, Puff Daddy Combs, Hip Hop Mogul and Marketing extraordinaire, attended Howard University for two years and those two years impacted him so much that he never let Howard go, literally. He always brought the best artists to perform at Howard.... Read full article

Abana Shoes, Launched by Two African American Women

by Millions Two One Staff on

"For every pair of shoes purchased, we give away a pair of shoes to a child or family in need. This outreach is done as an expression of our gratitude." Abana Shoes... Read full article

Local, Woman-Owned Shoe Company Takes Louisiana by Storm

by Millions Two One Staff on

"For every pair of shoes purchased, we give away a pair of shoes to a child or family in need. This outreach is done as an expression of our gratitude." Abana Shoes... Read full article

Detroit Teachers Deserve Our Support Statement from Detroit Branch NAACP

by Roz Edward, Michigan Chronicle on

"Our teachers should be applauded, not condemned. They should be supported, not deported to a system of retribution and punishment for actions designed to shine a light on a very socially dim and politically ugly situation." Detroit NAACP... Read full article

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