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7-Year Old Entrepreneur From Arkansas is Running Her Own Food Truck

by Black Business Review on

Kyleigh McGee, a 7-year old African American girl from Little Rock, Arkansas is running and operating her very own food truck. ... Read full article

Music Mogul Master P Gives Back In A Major Way to Help the Elderly in New Orleans

by Black News on

New Orleans, LA— Businessman and entrepreneur Percy Miller aka Master P recently took time to visit Guste Homes, a residency complex for elderly and low income people in the city of New Orleans. He commented, “I don’t want to forget about the elderly... Read full article



Graffiti was ostracised and the artists that did it around here were criminals. Now there’s a tour? I’m not mad at people that want to see cool artwork but it feels like commodification and appropriation of a culture.” ... Read full article

'Darktown' Imagines What It Was Like For Atlanta's First Black Policemen

by Karen Grigsby Bates on

In 1948, Atlanta added eight black men to its police force. This was at a time when, as author Thomas Mullen explains, a 1947 Newsweek article "estimated that one-quarter of Atlanta policemen were, in fact, members of the Ku Klux Klan."... Read full article

Black-Owned Coffee Chain Owned By These Two Brothers Now Has 10 Locations -- How Did They Do It?


Café Neo opened in 2012 in Lagos, Nigeria, and was an overnight success. All it took was two very keen entrepreneurs (who are also brothers) to recognize the potential and capitalize on it. ... Read full article

Carnival Full of Fitness® proposes Pop-Up for Peace


Carnival Full of Fitness® Pop-Up for Peace project is proposing to utilize a park for active play, proper nutritional habits infused with core value principals: respect, responsibility, honesty, caring and coping with differences... Read full article

The Blacknificent Women Behind #BlackLivesMatter

by Kimberlee Buck on

As a result of Zimmerman being found not guilty for any crime, three African American women by the name of, Patrisse Cullors, Opal Tometi and Alicia Garza created #BlackLivesMatter. ... Read full article

'Caramel Curves,' the all-female motorcycle club in Nawlins

by Talia Lakritz on

Photographer Akasha Rabut was out and about on Super Sunday in New Orleans when she came across two Black women sitting on motorcycles.... Read full article

Black men viewed as larger, more dangerous than white men of same size


White people view young black men as taller, heavier, stronger and more dangerous than young white men of the same size, according to a new psychology study. ... Read full article

The Rise of Homeschooling Among Black Families


African American parents are increasingly taking their kids' education into their own hands—and in many cases, it's to protect them from institutional racism and stereotyping. ... Read full article