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 Restaurant Week kicks off in Philly

According to a release, Black Restaurant Week LLC is the organization responsible for celebrating the flavors of African American, African and Caribbean cuisine with a series of regional cultural events. Their mission is to feed and fuel the cultural famine

Black SuperPac Urges Candidates, Parties to Spend Millions with Black Businesses

One of America’s leading Black conservative political action committee has instituted a national effort to help Black-owned businesses earn some of the billions of dollars spent during America’s political campaigns as the 2020 election year hits the home stretch. BlakPAC,

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

Introducing the Etsy for black-owned businesses

“A lot of people want to support black-owned businesses but it’s difficult to find them. It’s obvious this platform was needed.” With black and ethnic minority workers facing a Covid unemployment crisis, many of us want to do more to

This woman is behind the first Black-owned tax franchise system in U.S. giving businesses financial freedom

Alniesha Carter is the first Black woman to own a tax franchise business in the United States. The tax franchise business, TaxPrep Evolution Inc. (TPE), is already making significant impacts in the country, according to Blackbusiness. Carter has been in

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,

Black-owned firms to launch first affordable-housing REIT

MacFarlane Partners CEO Victor MacFarlane and Avanath Capital Management CEO Daryl Carter (Photos via MacFarlane Partners and Avanath Capital) Two of the largest minority-owned real estate investment firms in the country are teaming up to launch what they say is

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

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