Black-Owned Brands to Support on Amazon This Holiday Shopping Season

The holiday shopping season has officially kicked off, and this year, supporting independent, female-founded, and Black-owned businesses is center stage. Clearly, protests, donations, and taking action are the most meaningful ways to stand up against systemic racism, police brutality, and

Breaking the Black Ceiling

If you’re Black in America, you’re more likely to be an entrepreneur: 20 percent of the Black population started a business in recent years, compared to 12 percent of white Americans. This comes partly by necessity: A white-dominated upper echelon

Black-Owned Brands to Support on Amazon Prime Day—And on *Any* Day

Amazon Prime Day 2020 is officially here to kick off the holiday shopping season, and this year, supporting independent, female-founded, and Black-owned businesses is center stage. Clearly, protests, donations, and taking action are the most meaningful ways to stand up

Voya Launches New Program to Boost Retirement Savings for Minority-Owned Businesses

WINDSOR, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Voya Financial, Inc. (NYSE: VOYA), announced today a first-of-its-kind program to support greater retirement planning opportunities for minority, women, veteran, disability, and LGBTQ-owned businesses — along with nonprofit organizations that serve them. The Just Right Advantage™ Program is

Fintech Equality Coalition Engages Black Fintech CEOs

Frequently, questions about diversity in fintech center on gender diversity, and that gender diversity means “white women.” When any organization is predominantly white, it tends to focus on attracting customers who look like its employees and leadership—white ones, though that’s

The debt US companies owe Black Americans

In the weeks following George Floyd’s killing, as protests against racism swept the US, it felt as if the whole of corporate America had suddenly decided to advertise its anti-racist soul. Banks, food chains, insurance companies, retailers—they filled up inboxes,

How Reginald F. Lewis Influenced Generations of Black Entrepreneurs

Why Should White Guys Have All the Fun? is celebrating its 25th anniversary. The book is about Reginald F. Lewis, the legendary entrepreneur who rocked Wall Street when his firm, TLC Group, acquired Beatrice International Foods for $985 million. The

‘I Never Saw a Black Builder’: Black-Owned Construction Company with $2 Billion-Plus Projects Says He Didn’t Dream ‘Big Enough’

For nearly four decades, Charles David Moody of C.D. Moody Construction has had a hand in constructing some of the most recognizable buildings in Atlanta. C.D. Moody Construction, headquartered in Lithonia, Georgia, is considered one of the country’s top Black-owned

Santa Monica Black-Owned Businesses and Entrepreneurs (Part 10 in a Series)

We recently interviewed a variety of Black-owned Business Owners in Santa Monica to hear their unique story and perspectives. Read on to hear about these non-profit leaders and small business owners throughout our City. This is Part 10 in a

How BankBlackUSA Is Helping Empower Black-Owned Banks And Credit Unions

In 2016, OneUnited Bank, the nation’s largest Black-owned bank and first Black internet bank, spearheaded the national #BankBlack Challenge. The ongoing campaign seeks to galvanize Black Americans and their allies to move their accounts to Black-owned financial institutions. “The movement’s

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