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NYPD

NYPD Rolls Out Tech From African American-Led Company to Fight Gun Violence

A new technology solution called ShotSpotter from SST, Inc., a company led by African American tech veteran, Ralph A. Clark, will help the NYPD minimize gun violence

The New York City Police Department recently launched a million dollar technology initiative, in its…

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black motorcycle

‘Harley and the Davidsons’ Highlights First Black Motorcycle Dealer

'Harley and the Davidsons' highlights the journey of the first African American Harley-Davidson dealer, William B. Johnson

African American riders have embraced the Harley-Davidson culture for decades, and it all started with…

By Kali Wilder

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Golf & tennis

2016 Black Enterprise Golf & Tennis Challenge: That’s a Wrap!

The close to another epic Labor Day Weekend.

It’s officially a wrap on an exciting Labor Day weekend celebration at the 2016 Black…

By Safon Floyd

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virtual reality

How Virtual Reality Will Let You Talk to the Dead

A new virtual reality project that lets you interact with deceased loved ones

What if you could put on a virtual reality (VR) headset and share a conversation,…

By Samara Lynn

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Job

Can’t Find a Job? Buy One!

To take control of your professional destiny, consider investing in one of these five franchises

On a daily basis, I consult with people that are at a crossroads regarding their…

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labor day

Fun Facts About Food Trends This Labor Day Weekend

Budweiser survey reveals how Americans plan to spend their time this Labor Day weekend

With Labor Day weekend nearly here, what is likely to be the favorite pastime of…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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STEM

You Got to Math Like an African

The Tech 100 is a column that looks at race, religion, sex, politics, and business in terms of technology, because—yeah—they are all connected somehow

Entrepreneurs, engineers, and developers are emerging from Sub-Saharan African nations as though they are being…

By Samara Lynn

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BE Luxury: Summer Kitchens Are The New Must-Have For the Upscale

These cozy, chic integrated kitchen and entertainment outdoor spaces are the epitome of luxury

Featuring Troy Tingling, Personal Chef to Amar’e Stoudemire
Today, hosting a chic soirée is all about cozy excess.…

By T. Bernie

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HIV

TV Personality Karamo Brown Talks Living Positively Fearless and Stopping the Spread of HIV

Brown is bringing his bold attitude to Atlanta’s Black Pride Celebration

Karamo Brown became the first openly gay African American on reality TV when he appeared…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Golf & Tennis

Golf and Tennis Challenge: Day 1 Down, a Weekend of Fun to Go

This Labor Day weekend is proving to be an epic one

Find out how Black Enterprise kicked off the 2016 Black Enterprise Golf & Tennis Challenge…

By Safon Floyd

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3 Jobs Everyone Should Have

Three types of jobs that shape your career and your humanity

In one of my first jobs, I had a boss that, in reviews, told me…

By Natasha Miller Williams

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office romance

5 Ways to Govern Your Office Romance

If there is a will, there is a way

Check out 5 helpful tips for navigating your office romance to ensure your situation is…

By Safon Floyd

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Zuckerberg

While in Nigeria, Zuckerberg Praises “Vibrant” Developers and Entrepreneurs

Mark Zuckerberg visits Nigeria for the first time, and it's a mutual admiration fest between the country and Facebook founder

Mark Zuckerberg has made his first visit to Sub-Saharan Africa. He is currently in Lagos,…

By Samara Lynn

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student debt

Student Debt Is Keeping Millennials From Pursuing Their Entrepreneurial Passions

More than half of young entrepreneurs are women and a quarter are people of color

A majority (51 percent) of the 80 million millennials in the U.S. currently own or…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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online petitions

Do Online Petitions Cause Real Change?

Online petitions have made it easier than ever for the masses to weigh-in on political and social issues. But is this armchair activism effective in making real changes?

In the July-August issue of Black Enterprise magazine, we take a close look at online…

By Samara Lynn

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Black Heritage

These 8 Cities Are Where Everyone Wants To Go To Celebrate Black Heritage

For those looking to learn about their history year-round, here are some destinations around the country that offer African American heritage tours

To the uninformed (and sometimes ignorant), Black History Month may be unnecessary. But, if you…

By Kimberly Wilson

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new majority

The New Majority in Higher Ed

Back to school with greater support for today's college students

Leading institutions are doing several things that can make a difference for these students. They…

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black communities

How Disruptive Philanthropy Can Save Black Communities

Philanthropists, social entrepreneurs, and thought leaders gathered at the fifth annual Head and Heart Philanthropy Summit in Martha's Vineyard to discuss the significance of impact investing and more

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August has been designated as Black Philanthropy Month. For the past five years,…

By Derek T. Dingle

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us open chairman

Grit, Grind And Shine: US OPEN Chairman Shares What Everyone Needs To Know About Success

US Open Chairman Katrina M. Adams started her love for tennis at the age of six

As another US Open season gets underway in Flushing, Queens, thousands of fans, onlookers, and tennis pros…

By Maryann Reid

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game time

This Weekend is Officially Game Time

It's Labor Day weekend, so you know what this means.

Find out where you need to be and what you need to be doing in…

By Safon Floyd

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How To

3 (Non-Creepy) Ways to Follow-up After a Networking Event

If you’ve ever exchanged contact information at a networking event, then waited too long to…

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women in business

How Women in Business Can Help Other Women Break Barriers

Considering women of color are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the United States, BlackEnterprise.com…

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