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Have You Thought About Traveling to Cuba?

by Angie Bee on

"My ideal client would be a professor looking to internationalize their curriculum for a faculty-led, study abroad program. We do programs three times a year that anyone can jump on board, and we prefer to work with groups! Groups are ideal!" ... Read full article

How Theaster Gates Is Revitalizing Chicago's South Side, One Vacant Building at a Time

by Natalie Moore - Smithsonian Magazine on

“There was no grand ambition. When you root in a place, you start making things better. I wasn’t on some divine mission,” he says. Two years later he bought the building next door for $16,000. That became the Archive House, ... 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

11 Venture Capital Sources Taking Notice of Black Tech Founders

by Carolyn M. Brown - Black Enterprise on

Forums and funds that target minority entrepreneurs.... Read full article

Mother and Daughter Tech Founders Raised $1 Million for their Networking App!

by The Muse and The Messenger on

Kerry Schrader and Ashlee Ammons, an African American mother-daughter duo, Mixtroz is taking the tech world by storm and challenging norms that demystify stereotypes. In a male dominated industry, Schrader and Ammon founded this company.... Read full article

Russell Simmons Aiding Digital Diversity

by Lisa Respers France - CNN on

"All Def Digital is going to have a social justice platform and it won't be a news platform, it will be a social justice platform," said Simmons. "I'm an occupier. I run a network and the All Def Network is a progressive network. . ."... 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

#NotOneDime! Buying Black on Black Friday and Cyber Monday

by Millions Two One on

“We have to find a way to redistribute the pain,” the Honorable Louis Farrakhan said, citing Martin Luther King, Jr. during an interview earlier this year on NewsOne Now with Roland Martin. ... Read full article

Farrakhan Outlines Next Steps After Million Man March Anniversary

by James Wright - National News Publisher's Association on

“You cannot have economic development without ownership of land,” he said. “We should develop a curriculum that we control. Black people are the only race on the face of the earth that is educated by others.”... Read full article

Black Engineers and Kappa Alpha Psi Partner to Produce 10,000 Black Engineers Annually

by Arrione Nettles, Chicago Defender on

KAΨ and NSBE Leaders Seek to Develop the Next Generation of Black Male Engineering Leaders.... Read full article

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