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Black Family-Owned Business with Products in Wal-Mart, Sally Beauty Stores and Target

by Denise Walker on

The husband and wife team, Psyche and Vontoba Terry, launched their intimate apparel and beauty company in 2009. Wal-Mart purchased the Urban Intimates line items then two new apparel designs were introduced to Macy’s. ... Read full article

Physicians are Entrepreneurs

by Denise Walker on

"When owning their own practice, doctors have to wear two hats. They have to be businessmen (women) and physicians. Unfortunately, they cannot be one or the other," stated CEO of JITA Medical Billing & Consulting, James Alexander.... Read full article

Have You Ever Wondered Where in Africa You are From?

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African Ancestry has the largest database of indigenous African lineage with over 33,000 DNA lineages from 40 countries and over 400 ethnic groups. The data collected in our database is heavily skewed towards the Trans-Atlantic slave trade countries... Read full article

How Meeting Obama Changed the Attorney that Now Fights for Justice and for Black Boys

by Millions Two One Staff on

One of Jackson's close friends told him, "You can't wait for the perfect season to go be great." He started laying down the foundation of Building Powerful Minds while he was in law school.... Read full article

Sherman Weston, the Modern Day Chris Gardner of the Pursuit of Happyness

by Roger Caldwell/Millions Two One Staff on

Mr. Weston could be described as the modern day Chris Gardner, played by Will Smith in the Pursuit of Happyness before he went to work on Wall Street.... Read full article

Shea Moisture and the Need for Black Venture Capital Firms

by Charing Ball on

“Sundial’s sales have been largely in the U.S. and the products are predominantly purchased by African-Americans. Bain’s investment is aimed at boosting growth by targeting a broader market that isn’t defined by ethnicity, said a Bain Capital Manager... Read full article

#PrayforHaiti: 10 Ways We Can Donate

by Shantell E. Jamison - Ebony on

Let's get beyond well wishes and help our Haitian family. These 10 organizations are trying to make donations count.... Read full article

United Nations Panel Says America Owes Blacks Reparations for Racial Terrorism

by Terry Shropshire, Managing Editor and Web Editor - Atlanta Daily World on

Despite substantial changes since the end of the enforcement of Jim Crow & the fight for civil rights, ideology ensuring the domination of one group over another, continues to negatively impact the civil, political, economic, social & cultural rights... Read full article

Black Farmers Continue to Press for Economic Justice

by Barrington Salmon, TriceEdneyWire on

“My husband’s father died and they sold the land on the steps of the courthouse,” she explained as she held an armful of folders. “I’ve been fighting since 1983. I’m 78 years old. It’s been a long time for me.." Bernice Atchison, Pr of Black Farmers... Read full article

Flint Water Crisis a Long Time Coming Says Former DWSD Chief Engineer

by Keith A. Owens on

“We’re on the brink of disaster here, but the feeling seems to be that we will be bailed out by the GLWA [Great Lakes Water Authority]...., They’re just replacing city politicians with county politicians. And the problem is politicians.."... Read full article

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