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Nursing homes have aggressively gone after loved ones for tens of thousands of dollars, circumventing federal law enacted to prevent such practices.
A Hampton University graduate is inspiring the next generation of HBCU pride through her new line of HBCyoU Dolls, now available at Target.
The yearly back-to-school bash — named for fictional figure Bud Billiken, the brainchild of newspaper publisher Robert Sengstacke Abbott — is widely known for its culmination of many feel-good summer activities: grilling, dancing in the streets and marching band performances.
Since the desegregation of higher education, Black enrollment at HBCUs has been on the decline, but that’s changing. NPR’s Michel Martin discusses this with university administrator Walter Kimbrough.
Byron Allen began his career as a standup comic and is now a media tycoon who owns dozens of outlets including the Weather Channel. He has recently added another network to his portfolio — the Black News Channel.
What makes Rumble Boxing a great investment option for BIPOC entrepreneurs considering purchasing a business? Beyond the investment opportunities and the extensive support that the Rumble Boxing Corporate Team provides all franchise owners, you truly are creating a community and environment at every studio that’s really special.
Entrepreneur Brittany Ogike shares her secrets to balancing a busy life, a growing Black beauty empire, and life with three growing kids.