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Social entrepreneur Marcus Bullock is using his business Flikshop to keep families connected with their incarcerated loved ones and combat…
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and his wife Patty Quillin are donating $120 million to HBCUs.
Rihanna’s nonprofit will donate $11 million to grassroots organizations focused on racial justice.
Atlanta entrepreneur Aisha “Pinky” Cole teamed up with Clark Atlanta University to create a scholarship fund for Rayshard Brooks’ children.
Legendary actress Cicely Tyson received the 2020 Peabody Career Achievement Award.
LeBron James has launched a nonprofit focused on addressing Black voter suppression.
NBA star Russell Westbrook and award-winning filmmaker Stanley Nelson Jr. have teamed up for the creation of a docuseries about…
Filmmaker Ava DuVernay has launched a new initiative focused on amplifying stories about police brutality.
The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority has launched a scholarship fund for George Floyd’s daughter and granddaughters to attend an HBCU.
Florida teen Martin Folsom overcame homelessness and was named valedictorian of his high school’s 2020 graduating class.
SheaMoisture launched a $100,000 fund to support activists on the frontlines fighting against racial injustice.
The University of Louisville has created a nursing scholarship for Black women in honor of Breonna Taylor.
Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand will donate $100 million to racial justice organizations.
Colin Kaepernick’s Know Your Rights Camp Legal Defense Initiative expands to help provide legal support for protesters nationwide.
The fundraiser launched for George Floyd’s loved ones has raised over $13 million, breaking a GoFundMe record.
Brett J. Hart made history by becoming United Airlines’ first Black president.
14-year-old Dorothy Jean Tillman earned her master’s degree.
Former Tuskegee Airmen nurse Second Lt. Irma "Pete" Cameron Dryden recently celebrated her 100th birthday.
For the first time in MIT’s 159-year history, a Black woman has been elected as student body president.
Entrepreneur Frank Baker and his wife launched a $1 million scholarship fund for Spelman College graduates.