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New York City has signed $1 billion worth of contracts with MWBE firms.
Black Paris Tours traces the footsteps of Black visionaries who moved to Paris during the early 20th century.
The University of Chicago recently unveiled a statue in honor of African-American scholar, Dr. Georgiana Simpson, the school's first Black…
Malcolm X’s daughters have launched a clothing line dubbed Malcolm X Legacy.
Mandy Bowman, the creator of Official Black Wall Street, has launched an app that makes it easier to locate Black-owned…
Anthony Berry was one of 18 kids adopted in a touching ceremony in Beaumont, Texas.
Silas Adekunle—the founder of Reach Robotics—announced that his company will sell its gaming robots at Apple stores.
Wilbert Jones, 65, was freed from prison after spending nearly 50 years behind bars for a crime he claims he…
Simmons College will name their college of media, arts, and humanities after the late legendary journalist Gwen Ifill.
The National Museum of African American History created a program that helps Black families digitize old photos and footage for…
Miguel Pilgram, a man who won a $52 million lottery prize in 2010, plans to rebuild a Black historic district…
Rappers, scholars, and authors are joining forces with the Smithsonian for the creation of a hip-hop anthology.
Baltimore couple Robert and Nia Tolbert are expecting triplets after welcoming twins into the world two years ago.
Brennon Jones, the Philadelphia man behind the “Haircuts 4 Homeless” initiative, was gifted with his own barbershop.
The NYC Men Teach initiative is a program created to encourage more men of color to pursue careers in education.
"It means everything to me to build a legacy because I feel like we shouldn't leave it to our children…
An HBCU graduate muses on the importance of return.
Amanda Gorman is named the first national youth poet laureate. The award recognizes a teen poet who demonstrates literary talent…
Ava DuVernay, Marley Dias, and John Legend received American Ingenuity Awards from Smithsonian Magazine.
A $5 million initiative created by Capital Impact Partners will help Black real estate developers rebuild Detroit.