The statue will go up in New York City to mark the anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which granted some women the right to vote in 1920 for the first time in America’s history.
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Boss Women Media, which aims to bring Black women entrepreneurs together, will host a virtual version of its Black Girl Magic Summit.
Lisa Love’s firm, Tanoshi, aims to bridge racial, educational and digital divides for low-income kids.
Katrina Thompkins opened her e-commerce store, K’dara CBD, just as the coronavirus crisis was starting to take hold in the U.S.
The renowned singer employed her signature outside-the-box thinking to keep performing and paying her team amid the coronavirus crisis.
The numbers don’t lie: business ownership is harder for Black women. That’s why we’ve launched a new series, “Her Perspective,” on Black women’s startup experiences.
Dreena Whitfield launched WhitPR with a hyperfocus on Black-owned businesses, individuals and organizations.
The Netflix film is this summer’s hit movie, thanks in part to its visionary Black woman director.
Judi Henderson, owner of Mannequin Madness, now hopes for a sea change for Black people in the business world.
“Money is power, and the way to help things change in a capitalist society is through shifting capital,” says the financial planning company’s co-founder, Sallie Krawcheck.
The pro sports league’s new attire will also feature Breonna Taylor’s name, as well as the phrase “Black Lives Matter.”
The latest Netflix hit show is a reboot of a beloved children’s book series about a group of enterprising girls.
After Kanye West took to Twitter to post about his mogul spouse’s alleged new status, a backlash ensued.
For Canada Day, we’re spotlighting six women-run businesses that prove that the entrepreneurial scene north of the border is alive and well, thank you.
Sales from Beyonce’s latest surprise single will benefit Black business owners.