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As seen on Fabulize Magazine: The Lip Bar B.O.M.B. which stands for Black-Owned Makeup Brands was coined this past summer
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.
African-American women are the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in America, a new study reveals. “While nationally
Harlem's renaissance is impossible to miss. Starbucks and Banana Republic line 125th Street. Whole Foods is coming. Marcus
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
The N'Namdi Center for Contemporary Art sustains Detroit's creative legacy and builds momentum for the future. Photo courtesy
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
Melinda Emerson also plans to use Small Business Saturday to build her client list. "The most important thing is that it's
Black Friday is here and we're all looking for great gifts for our loved ones. If you're also looking to spend some of your
(Scroll down to watch an interview with Anderson.) Oak Park, Ill. mother Maggie Anderson entered 2009 with an ambitious goal
If you see any cards out there that we missed, let us know in the comments. Be sure to click the name of the seller under
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?
With Black Friday right around the corner, we're all looking for great gifts for our loved ones. If you're also looking to
You can say that I leap first, look later. I believe that you need some of that impulse, fearlessness and confidence as an entrepreneur. You have to have heart and Lord knows, I've got tons. But for floral design you also need an eye and a hand.
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.
With two master's degrees in psychology and education, Kevia Jeffrey-West is an unlikely character to be at the helm of a