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Social entrepreneur Marcus Bullock is using his business Flikshop to keep families connected with their incarcerated loved ones and combat…
Sister duo Cornelia and Julia Gibson launched a fitness brand to empower women of color.
Hats by Bunn—a bespoke hat shop that has been in Harlem for over two decades—is thriving in the face of…
New Orleans-based celebrity barber Darrl Robert Jr. is using his shop to empower his local community.
12-year-old entrepreneur Jonah Larson has used his crochet company to drive social impact.
The East Harlem-based Black-owned bakery Baked Cravings aims to cultivate community through sweets.
Entrepreneur Dr. Roberta Hoskie is on a mission to help individuals break cycles of intergenerational poverty through real estate investing.
Four brothers from Atlanta, who are all under the age of 12, have launched a gourmet baked goods company.
Black beauty innovator and entrepreneur Cindy Tawiah has created the first natural haircare vending machine.
A 9-year-old fashion designer who creates clothes for her dolls has captured the attention of Mattel.
17-year-old New Jersey native Essynce Moore is the first Black teen author to have three of her books incorporated into…
11-year-old Obocho Peters opened a thrift store in Brooklyn to help underprivileged families.
A Philadelphia real estate investor flipped over 30 properties and earned more than $30 million in sales all before his…
A 4-year-old from Cleveland has launched her own baked goods business.
Tech entrepreneur and venture capitalist Arlan Hamilton launched a scholarship for Black students at Oxford University.
NaturAll Club founder Muhga Eltigani recently became one of about 50 Black women in the country to raise $1 million…
Beauty entrepreneur Courtney Adeleye’s 5-year-old daughter recently became the youngest CEO to have her company’s products sold at Target.
Two Black entrepreneurs have merged their businesses to create the nation’s largest minority and women-owned financial firm.
An entrepreneur created flashcards celebrating Black millionaires and billionaires to teach youth about building wealth.
Keshia Knight Pulliam and Arian Simone launched a $5 million venture capital fund for Black women entrepreneurs.