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Have You Heard of the BLACK PRESS?

by Millions Two One Staff on

“It is an historical fact that no racial group of people anywhere in the world since the invention of the printing press, have attained freedom or appreciably improved their status without the aid of their own militant press…" Frank L. Stanley, NNPA... Read full article

Meet one of President Obama’s Black Female Ambassadors

by Angie Bee on

As an adviser to Clinton, Obama on being an advocate for religious freedom around the world Ambassador Cook served as an ordained Pastor for three congregations; transforming communities and fighting the dropout rate among students. ... Read full article

28 Year-Old Tech Lover Develops App That Allows You To Take Back Those Messy Text Messages

by Madame Noire - Lauren R. D Fox on

Mistakes happen, and On Second Thought is here to help you fix them. Take control over your communication with the first messaging app that lets you recall text messages.... Read full article

Business Exchange: The True State of Black America

by William Reed - Washington Informer on

Black voters accept second-class treatment from politicians.... 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

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

No More Ad Targeting Users By Race, Facebook Vows

by Ann Brown - MadameNoire on

Now in the latest mixup, Facebook has to explain and take a step back from its ad practices. Facebook has been accused in an article by ProPublica of violating anti-discrimination laws. ... Read full article

Winning Strategies for Business

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“I also noted that it was rare to have African Americans in my class. With my technical sales and product marketing background, I decided to focus on helping small businesses increase their brand and grow their sales," said Mackey, Winning Strategies... Read full article

Four Ways President Obama Can Help Blacks in His Last 100 Days in Office

by Julianne Malveaux (NNPA Newswire Columnist) on

Instead of staking his legacy on the results of the November elections, however, President Obama might be better advised to improve his legacy by taking bold actions in these last days of his presidency.... Read full article

Many "Millennipreneurs" are Going from Start-up to Scale Up

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“Millennipreneurs,” which stands for millennials and entrepreneurs, are starting more companies, managing bigger staffs, and targeting higher profits than their baby boomer predecessors. ... Read full article

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