Black Entrepreneurship

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.

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

Entrepreneur Robert Thomas founded Houston’s first Black-owned grocery store, District Market Green Grocer, to eradicate food insecurity.

An Oakland-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the racial wealth gap was among the inaugural recipients of Michael Jordan’s community grants.

Buy from a Black Woman is a nonprofit centered on celebrating Black women entrepreneurship.

If you're a Black woman starting a business, you may want to check for Shelly Bell, the founder of Black Girl Ventures. The company was created with one purpose in mind: funding the businesses created by Black and brown women.

Black entrepreneurs say that the coronavirus is killing their bottom lines and the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is pushing them out of business.

Rapper Chamillionaire launched a venture capital competition to support startups founded by Black innovators and women entrepreneurs.

Keshia Knight Pulliam and Arian Simone launched a $5 million venture capital fund for Black women entrepreneurs.

Determined to diversify the imagery featured on adult coloring book apps, a Washington D.C.-based married couple launched Color Noir; a visual ode to Black culture.