Dubbed TGL, the league will intertwine live-action golf matches with advanced tech features, including a “data-rich” virtual course that encompasses a “tech-infused, short-game complex.” The newly created league will feature six teams that each include three PGA TOUR competitors.  

The mobile payment service has unveiled a project dubbed "That's Money," which features ads—starring Williams, rapper Kendrick Lamar and investor Ray Dalio—that illustrate the many uses of the platform.

Fayetteville State University was awarded a $2.3 million grant to advance its STEM education initiatives.

Serena Williams has joined forces with the company Karat to increase the representation of Black engineers in tech.

Songstress Ashanti has made history as the first Black woman music artist to be the co-founder of a Web3 platform.

Spelman College has teamed up with the nonprofit SMASH for an initiative aimed at increasing the representation of Black women in STEM.

The Propel Center was created for HBCU students to allow them to gain key skills through innovation and professional teaching. CEO Gene Wade believes the Propel Center can play a significant role in helping to bridge the opportunity gap.

Spelman College has received a $12 million endowment for the creation of an innovation and arts center.

will.i.am teamed up with the Los Angeles Unified School District for the creation of a robotics program for children in underserved communities.

The Boeing Company has invested $250,000 in Flikshop; a platform designed to combat recidivism.

The National Urban League has unveiled an initiative designed to address the digital divide.

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