AFRO American Newspapers
After almost a decade as Howard University’s president, Wayne A. I. Frederick has announced his retirement, effective June 2024.
Frederick, a triple Howard University graduate, will transition from the world-renowned HBCU in a manner allowing the board ample time to search for his successor.
The Boston Globe
Data show Black entrepreneurs are far less likely to secure business capital than their White counterparts, and when they do, that capital comes in much smaller amounts and with much higher interest rates.
As a budding entrepreneur, it is safe to say that she is a pretty big deal that even The Grammys recognized her by gifting her a beauty box filled with Fenty Beauty products.
A BLACK entrepreneur has won a trademark battle against fashion giant Mango. Catherine Boakye, 52, is the founder of Mangotree Kids, an African-themed drumming workshop and educational resource business dedicated to providing black children with positive representations of their heritage.
Black Teen Entrepreneur Utilizes Video Technology on Product Labels to Educate Customers on the Science of Black Hair
Sky Bynum, a 15-year-old Black teen, features codes on her Kakebi hair product labels. Customers can scan and play videos of Sky explaining.