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80-year-old Donzella Washington made history by becoming the oldest person to graduate from Alabama A&M University.
Red Table Talk hosts Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith, and Adrienne Banfield-Norris have launched their own card game.
Lil Nas X has teamed up with the Black-founded scholarship app Scholly to create $30,000 worth of scholarships.
A father-son duo from Virginia created a curriculum that teaches youth about financial wellness.
A new app focuses on aligning individuals with culturally competent therapists.
Former WNBA player Lisa Willis made history by becoming the first woman coach of the New York Knicks’ G League…
A Philadelphia nonprofit received a $300K grant from NBA player Tobias Harris to increase the representation of Black teachers.
14-year-old Sydney Wilson, one of the youngest students to be accepted into Spelman College, made the Dean’s list.
Actress Angela Bassett has teamed up with two health-focused organizations to spread awareness about diabetes.
Former NBA player Tracy McGrady is launching a money management program for young athletes.
Issa Rae is the co-owner of a new coffee shop in South L.A.
Ethiopian computer scientist Rediet Abebe will become the first Black woman to earn a Ph.D. in Computer Science at Cornell…
Solange Knowles will receive the inaugural Lena Horne Prize for Artists Creating Social Impact.
Earth, Wind & Fire made history as the first Black group to be inducted into the Kennedy Center Honors.
NFL player Khalil Mack paid off $80,000 worth of layaways at a Walmart in Fort Pierce.
A Howard University volleyball player missed her final conference tournament to make a stem cell donation to a stranger battling…
Tech entrepreneur and venture capitalist Arlan Hamilton launched a scholarship for Black students at Oxford University.
Michelle Obama donated $500,000 to support global education for girls.
Harlem Capital, a New York City-based venture capital firm, has raised $40 million to back diverse founders.
A Georgia teen who had her arm amputated due to a cancerous tumor is now back to swimming competitively.
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