Issa Rae has opened a fourth location for her community-driven café Hilltop Coffee + Kitchen in Los Angeles.

SheaMoisture has teamed up with Angela Yee for the creation of a grant program for Black entrepreneurs using their businesses to drive community impact.

Entrepreneur Jesse Ross plans on opening a hub for Black, Brown, Indigenous, and women-owned businesses in North Minneapolis.

Through the initiative, Techstars and JP Morgan aim to allocate over $80 million in funding to over 37 accelerators supporting diverse founders by 2025.

Rapper Lil Baby and entrepreneur Lemont Bradley are teaming up to create 100 jobs for young adults in Atlanta.

Media visionary Cathy Hughes will be inducted into the Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame for her pivotal contributions.

Club Lambda in Brooklyn spotlights the need for queer spaces designed for people of color.

NBA player Udonis Haslem has launched a grant program for BIPOC-owned businesses in his hometown of Miami.

A Black Tennessee-based couple opened a grocery store to combat food insecurity in South Memphis.

A Black woman-owned, Chicago-based grocery store created to address the city’s food deserts received a $2.5 million grant.

NBA Champion Jrue Holiday and his wife former professional soccer player Lauren Holiday are donating $1 million in grants to support Black-owned businesses and Black-led nonprofits.

After learning a local youth basketball program in Atlanta was encountering transportation obstacles, a collective of Black CEOs stepped in and gifted the team with a new bus.