Pharrell Williams recently awarded $1 million to a Black-owned tech startup.
Spelman College has joined an initiative designed to empower the next generation of leaders through entrepreneurship.
Mastercard announced it would make a multi-million dollar investment in the Fearless Fund.
Mother-daughter duo Anastasia Linkpon and Adriane Mack are using their entrepreneurial journeys to inspire Black youth to create generational wealth.
The Black-owned beauty brand Mielle Organics recently secured a $100 million investment.
Rapstress Megan Thee Stallion and Fashion Nova Cares donated $25,000 to advance Bennett College’s entrepreneurship program.
One of the nation’s leading diverse-led, woman-owned investment firms has raised $100 million to provide loans for Black and brown-owned…
A Black-owned digital platform designed to educate and empower innovators has received a major boost in venture capital funding.
The VC firm Harlem Capital has received a $10 million investment from Apple to support diverse entrepreneurs.
Walker’s Legacy has created a scholarship fund for aspiring entrepreneurs at Howard University.
Rapper 2 Chainz has launched a fund to support HBCU student entrepreneurs.
Former TV executives Jessica D. Lane Alexander and Lori J. Hall are helping brands address cultural insensitivity in their marketing…
Kevin Hart has invested in the Black-owned brand Ellis Island Tea.
Serena Williams is donating proceeds from her jewelry line to a relief fund for Black-owned businesses impacted by COVID-19.
Beyoncé teamed up with the NAACP to provide grants for Black-owned businesses significantly impacted by COVID-19.
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.
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