Give Black KC aims to raise money for Black businesses, community

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A new fundraising effort this week will benefit Kansas City’s Black community. Give Black KC is a one-day campaign to support businesses, neighborhoods and job training in the urban core. Give Black KC is a coalition

Daymond John to pick Black entrepreneurs for $25,000 grants: ‘We need to be building businesses, not burning them’

Daymond John, founder of apparel line FUBU and investor on ABC’s “Shark Tank,” announced on Tuesday his launch of Black Entrepreneurs Day , a virtual event to support Black-owned businesses, on Oct. 24. John has invested much of his time

Two Black-owned DFW startups land funding from Google

After being accepted into the inaugural Google for Startups Accelerator for Black Founders, two local companies have landed funding from the technology giant. Joining 76 other startups, Dallas-based Kanarys and McKinney’s ShearShare were selected for funding through the recently launched

Hello Alice And The NAACP Announce A Long-Term Partnership To Deploy Over Four Million Dollars In Grants And Resources Through The Black-Owned Business Center

Small business owners are invited to apply for grants ranging from $10k to $25k to support business growth HOUSTON, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — As part of a continued commitment to uplift New Majority-owned small businesses across the United States,

Black-owned brewery giving back to the community in South Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES – The first Black-owned independent craft brewer —South Los Angeles Beverage Company— is launching its first beer label, People’s Republic of South Central (PRSC) on September 26. One hundred percent of net proceeds benefit charitable initiatives in South

Biotech company partners with Black bank

The Liberty City branch of OneUnited Bank, the largest Black-owned bank in the U.S. Multinational biotechnology company Biogen Inc. has made a $10 million deposit in OneUnited Bank, the largest Black-owned bank in America. OneUnited was chosen because of its

‘Lift As We Climb’ To Support Black-Owned Business

Gabrielle Union, actress, producer and co-founder of hair care brand Flawless by Gabrielle Union, has teamed up with celebrity hairstylist and business partner Larry Sims to launch “Lift As We Climb,” an initiative to support black-owned businesses and community organizations.

How The First Black-Owned Bank With $1 Billion In Assets Can Close The Racial Wealth Gap

The Breakdown You Need To Know: Trying to make a dollar out of fifteen cents has only been getting harder for Black-owned businesses in need of capital injections. CultureBanx reported that most Black-owned businesses are usually sole proprietorships earning less

The Racial Wealth Gap in America

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