Series will feature discussions with Emil Wilbekin, Karamo Brown, Richard Brookshire, Rico Pruitt, and a creative performance from "queer conscious" rapper, Jay Boogie
The National Association of Black Journalist founded by 44 men and women on December 12, 1975, in Washington, D.C. has announced the Ford Foundation as one of their grant sources. The two-year grant will support executive level leadership as part of strategic plan implementation
If You Have Ever Considered A Business Coach, Now Is The Time. Online Business Coaching Is On The Rise.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announces a $126.4 million budget that creates the highest number of jobs for NYC youth in the program's 54-year history today. The 2017 Summer Youth Employment Program will launch a new summer initiative to provide New Yorker City residents with jobs and social growth.
New Video Episode Focuses on African Americans in the Cannabis Industry
A Woman's Complicated Relationship with Her Hair Has Lasting Consequences
Written and directed by Christopher B. Stokes
Comic Book Convention Focused on Diversity and S.T.E.A.M.
African-American dermatologist and entrepreneur develops hair care system for curly, kinky hair.
Boston Based Company launches political T-Shirts, creating a platform for millennials to help diminish anxiety over new President elect
Celebrity Chef Nikki Shaw of Today's Flavor, Food Network presents the latest dishes to the Circle of Sister's audience along with Celebrity Guest Chef Pat Neely. With no-cost and low-cost healthcare options today, choosing a plan is more focused when Celebrities can offer choices in the Black vision of healthcare de factos.
Nearly 20,000 have endorsed a campaign on social media and hundreds have signed an online petition urging the UN to investigate US law enforcement policy.