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Usher’s nonprofit donated over 350 vegan meals to individuals in need in Atlanta.
10-year-old Chelsea Phaire is creating art kits for children living in homeless shelters amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Former first lady Michelle Obama will host virtual read-alongs for youth amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Social entrepreneur Rodney Smith Jr. is providing Huntsville residents with free lawn mowing services and care packages amid the coronavirus…
The Exonerated Five's Korey Wise delivered food to senior citizens in Harlem amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A 7-year-old from Maryland used his savings to create care packages for senior citizens amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Former professional dancer Aesha Ash aims to combat socioeconomic barriers that hinder individuals from getting involved in ballet.
17-year-old New Jersey native Essynce Moore is the first Black teen author to have three of her books incorporated into…
A Nigerian entrepreneur has invented the first-ever interactive computer science education doll to inspire youth to pursue careers in tech.
A father-son duo from Virginia created a curriculum that teaches youth about financial wellness.
As the Boys & Girls Club of Harlem gears up to celebrate its 40th anniversary, it’s focused on pushing its…
NBA player Andrew Wiggins will donate $22 for every point that he scores to underprivileged youth.
After falling short in the America’s Got Talent competition, the Detroit Youth Choir received $1 million from supporters in their…
NBA player Jarrett Allen provided children in Brooklyn with back-to-school haircuts.
Meek Mill recently unveiled renovated basketball courts for youth in Philadelphia.
Here are dozens of book titles for every Black youth to choose from and read.
NBA player Russell Westbrook is launching a tech education program for Los Angeles youth.
A Tennessee-based barber gives discounts to children who read books while getting their hair cut.
Olympic gold medalist Natasha Watley is hosting a summer program for Los Angeles youth.
A Black inventor is aiming to teach youth the fundamentals of entrepreneurship through the creation of a board game.