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Laws Of Nature Cosmetics Vault Cosmetics Here's a short but comprehensive list of Black-owned makeup and beauty brands that
Who could have predicted that a daughter of slaves turned self-made millionaire would have her namesake and products in a Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy brand like Sephora?
Black History Month may be over but don't let that deter you from supporting black businesses.
Businesses owned by black women also top the charts in revenue growth when compared to other minority women-owned firms proving
True, social justice and political activism can help solve many of the continuous problems facing our community, but what about economic growth and stability to help heal our struggling neighborhoods?
Once a month from April through October, in a vacant Washington, D.C., lot near the famed Nationals Park, about 20 food trucks
Erika Boyd and Kirsten Ussery-Boyd. Photo courtesy Detroit Vegan Soul. Back in the '80s, David Humphries was a club promoter
I see a common theme in the African American community -- a tolerance of the current state. "This system wasn't made for us, that's just how it is," I hear. This mentality permeates through world famous academics, and is widely read in higher education.
According to a report by the Center for Women’s Business Research, Hispanic and African American women are the fastest growing
Nothing says the holidays like a fresh, sparkling manicure. From glitter decal to metallic embellishments, there’s no shortage
Bennu and Emerson are not alone in looking to capitalize on Small Business Saturday's success. An estimated 103 million Americans
Despite the criticism, Anderson has pressed on and continues to urge the black community to support black-owned businesses
Having a hard time finding that Kwanzaa card to really wow your family this year? Well, you can finally relax. BlackVoices
The American recession has become the black community's depression, but we still have tremendous power. What would happen, if this holiday season, we only shopped at companies that were truly committed to giving us jobs and helping us thrive?
The Onus Is on Large Companies to Help Minority-Owned Small Businesses Get Bigger: It's in Everyone's Interest
Black-owned small businesses have the fastest new jobs growth rate, according to the Department of Commerce. Still, fewer than5 percent of black-owned businesses employ more than five people.
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