Black-owned businesses look to the FDA to protect them

What many of us have dreamed about for the past

Beyond a monument: Creating change for local Black communities

On March 23, the Vance Monument on Pack Square, dedicated

Route 66 and ‘Green Book’ sites receive restoration grants

A family-owned gas station on historic Route 66 and a hotel listed in the Green Book are among 40 sites sharing more than $3 million in grants from the National Trust for Historic Preservation through its African American Cultural Heritage

Meet The Medical Pioneer Who Founded America’s First Black-Owned Hospital

On the morning of July 10th, 1893, Daniel Hale Williams had a difficult decision to make. James Cornish, a 24-year-old Black man who had been stabbed in a street brawl the night before, was struggling to breathe and deteriorating fast.

On the 100th Anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre, It’s Time to Commit to Black-Owned Businesses | Opinion

A young man in Alabama bought a sawmill in the early 1940s, becoming the first Black man to own one in the state. In 1946, the sawmill was intentionally burned to the ground. Since banks and insurance companies had refused

16 Black-Owned Pet Businesses We’re Ready to Spend All Our Money On Right This Second

Whether your favorite fur-baby needs a new toy to play with or some tasty new treats to keep your training routine on-track, every pet parent loves a little splurge for their BFF once in a while. Here at Daily Paws,

Carrying a Legacy: Lafayette County’s oldest active Black-owned business

In 2016, LaVera Hodges was faced with the challenge of building back up what her family had started over 80 years ago. After professional differences between Hodges a former employee, whom she viewed as family, the future of L. Hodges

How You Can Find and Support Black-Owned Businesses in Your Community

Why Global Citizens Should Care As the world looks ahead to recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, some communities are struggling more than others as they face greater challenges. The coronavirus has disproportionately affected people of color and exacerbated existing inequities