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Texas Elects Its First Black Female Sheriff

by Roz Edward, Michigan Chronicle Managing Editor on

“You know I love this community. I grew up here,” Stephens added. “I have experience both in a municipal police setting and the sheriff’s department, but I’m also still a police officer today.”... Read full article

Is Your Company "Cyber" Secured?

by Angie BEE on

Delivering IT solutions for common business areas of operations including bookkeeping & accounting, customer relationship management (CRM), data backup & disaster recovery, document storage & archiving, anti-virus, malware, ransomware protection.... Read full article

Bed-Vyne Wine Founders Talk Nelson Mandela, Tasting Tips And Branding

by Kevin L. Clark on

Brooklyn, New York City is an ever-changing hub of possibilities. The borough, most famous for birthing greats such as Michael Jordan, the Three Stooges and Christopher Wallace, has another entry to be extremely proud of: Bed-Vyne Wine.... Read full article

U.S. Black Chamber of Commerce - Liberty Credit Card

by U.S. Black Chambers on

The USBC has partnered with one of the nation's most trusted and historic Black banks-- Liberty Bank to create a credit card to support Black entrepreneurs and individuals.... Read full article

Black Owned Bathroom Tissue Paper Company

by Millions Two One Staff on

Freedom Paper Company is having very good growth. We are growing at a rate of 28-35% a year. As business people, we are in business to make money, but while we are making money, we must do good. I have always had that as a real commitment. ... Read full article

Do People of Color Know Their Rights When They Are Pulled Over?

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“I have children in college and I would like for them to be covered while they are not with me. It just makes sense,” Mr. Edwards continued to tell the US Black Chamber of Commerce staff member.... 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

Nigerian Brothers 13 and 15 Builds Mobile Browser That They Say is Faster than Google Chrome

by Rising Africa, Pulse NG on

Anesi and Osine Ikhianosime, 13 and 15 years old respectively, are students of Greensprings school, Anthony Campus, Lagos, and they developed an Android based web browser called Crocodile Browser Lite sometime last year.... Read full article

Meet Robert F. Smith — The Black Billionaire Who Made a $20 Million Donation to the AA Museum

by Jacksonville Free Press on

“I got hooked on technology. The excitement of figuring a complex problem out creates a eureka moment. It’s one of the best moments in life.” Roberts said. ... Read full article

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