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Black Men

When You’re In Love With Black Men But America Isn’t

The same cops killing our men are entertained by them dribbling a basketball up and down the court, or them performing their favorite rap song on the MTV awards

The same cops killing our men are entertained by them dribbling a basketball up and…

By Raven Davis

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Power

On the Seventh Day God Rested and Watched ‘Power’

Sunday nights belong to the cable network Starz, and we see why, with the recent renewal for a fourth and fifth season

Sunday nights belong to the cable network Starz, and we see why, with the recent…

By Jessica White

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Black Banks

(Pt. 1) #BlackMoneyMatters: Getting Black Money Into Black Banks

Teri Williams, President of OneUnited Bank, shares insight regarding the #BankBlack movement

“To demonstrate the power of the black dollar and increase community awareness of the need…

By Stacey Tisdale

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Meditating to Reduce Stress

Everyday we must stay committed to presenting the highest version of ourselves

Everyday we must stay committed to presenting the highest version of ourselves.

By Sheree Franklin-Hill

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trump

On Competence, Trump Team Comes Up Short

The campaign is actively snubbing the popular sitting Republican governor of Ohio, John Kasich, based on hard feelings left over from the primary campaign

The campaign is actively snubbing the popular sitting Republican governor of Ohio, John Kasich, based…

By Corey Ealons

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good life

Kickoff: Influencers Celebrate The Good Life in Chicago

LEXUS sponsors an evening of networking, cocktails, and conversations

Innovators, influencers, and taste-makers gather in Chicago to celebrate style, passion, and the finer things…

By Safon Floyd

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Job hunting

6 Facts Every Job Seeker Should Know About Job Hunting

A new study from Career Builder reveals surprising facts for job hunters

Do you think your college degree is enough to land a new job? If so,…

By Kandia Johnson

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next company

Why Your Next Company Doesn’t Have to (or Shouldn’t) Be a Unicorn

Why The Unicorn Formula isn't the only path to success for startups

“Buyers like us, we have a lot of options. It’s a buyer’s market,” said my…

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Company culture

How to Foster a Company Culture That Values Creativity and Innovation

Advice for enhancing the quality of company culture at your job

As a startup founder and investor, it’s not enough for me to merely value innovation and…

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anonymous

How to Be Anonymous Online

Want to hide your identity online? Don't want anyone to know what you access or download? Here are a few ways you can remain anonymous online

Want to hide your identity online? Don’t want anyone to know what you access or…

By Samara Lynn

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money

How Money Can Bring Couples Closer

Courage and honesty pay off in relationships

Our challenges are our greatest teachers. Courageously faced, the bumps couples face in the road…

By Stacey Tisdale

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auto dealerships

Amber Woods Is Learning To Drive Her Father’s $177 Million Black-Owned Auto Dealerships

The 34-year-old acquiring skills to ‘take the wheel’ of the flagship BE 100s company

Within the next couple of years, Amber Woods, 34, will become the new leader at…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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New York GOP

New York GOP Breakfast to Energize and Kickstart

One person in a neighborhood gets isolated and coerced, but seven people form a group and then you begin to procure change

The former House Speaker Newt Gingrich was the first of three to take the stage…

By John Burnett

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muslim ban

GOP Perseveres Despite Day-One Challenges

The talk of the media and 'main street' has shifted away from talking about the brief convention floor protest to the similarities of a few lines of a speech

The talk of the media and ‘main street’ has shifted away from talking about the…

By John Burnett

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Hillary

Enough With the Hillary Bashing; Let’s Get Down to Business

Here's what happened on day two of the Republican National Convention

Day two of the Republican National Convention made history by officially nominating businessman Donald J.…

By John Burnett

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Eric Holder

Former AG Eric Holder Will Help Airbnb with Anti-Discrimination Policy

Airbnb enlists the help of Eric Holder to battle racism perpetrated by some hosts on its platform

Former Attorney General and President Obama appointee Eric Holder will aid Airbnb in crafting an…

By Samara Lynn

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Head Start

Stopping the Preschool-to-Prison Pipeline

Ramapo for Children teaches strategies to help our littlest learners succeed

It may startle you to learn that in 2011–2012, black children—who make up 18% of…

By Robin White Goode

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White House

The White House ‘Beating the Odds’ Summit

First lady offers advice to students who overcame obstacles to enroll in college

Co-sponsored by the I Have A Dream Foundation, among other college access programs, the event…

By Robin White Goode

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college

College Is Unaffordable Across the Country

Low income students are out of luck from Mississippi to New Hampshire

Developed by the Lumina Foundation, the Rule of 10 suggests that college is affordable if…

By Robin White Goode

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The Surprisingly Simple Benefits of Traveling Alone

Sometimes, it's best to travel solo

There are quite a few perks to traveling alone that may surprise you. While many…

By Candace Boggan

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How To

JavaScript Developer

How She Became a Full Stack JavaScript Developer In 5 Intensive Months

My biggest lesson learned was overcoming limitations I had put on myself regarding what I…

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Vetted Organizations and Charities You Can Donate To Help the Victims of Hurricane Harvey

The images and video from cities and towns battered by Hurricane Harvey are heartbreaking—families…

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