Madam C.J. Walker
As young girls learn about the legacy of Madam C.J. Walker, they now have a doll that reminds them of her greatness.
America’s first self-made female millionaire didn’t just live a life of hard-won opulence. She exemplified Black women’s generosity. Her philanthropy and activism imbued every aspect of her daily life.
A new book penned by author Shomari Wills delves into the journeys of Black pioneers who became entrepreneurs after slavery.
Jeremiah G. Hamilton left the island-nation of Haiti in 1828 and a decade later, he had made a fortune on Wall Street in America.
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A week after FBI Director James Comey launched a probe related to a new batch of emails found on presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton’s private server, he’s now saying that she will not face any charges.
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