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‘E! News’ Fashion Correspondent and Wardrobe Stylist Stacee Michelle Talks Careers in Fashion

Fashionista extraordinaire Stacee Michelle shares how she got her start in the fashion industry, and advises how others can do the same

Lights, cameras, action!
Fashion correspondent and wardrobe stylist, Stacee Michelle, has explored neatly every professional facet of fashion.…

By Daron Pressley

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#OscarsSoWhite

#OscarSoWhite Not for Too Much Longer

Most diverse group in organization's 90-year history invited to join the Academy of Arts and Sciences

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is responding to the heightened #OscarsSoWhite uproar,…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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career services

‘Career Services Must Die’

Can you find a job using your campus placement office?

“Presidents need to decide if this is a mission-critical function of the school,” he said,…

By Robin White Goode

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vacation brain

How to Combat Vacation Brain

If there's a will, there's a way

Find out what you can do to combat vacation brain when it begins to seep…

By Safon Floyd

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Google

Google Gets First African American Board Member

Google parent company Alphabet takes active strides at diversification.

Check out Google’s first African American board member, Roger Ferguson, and learn the role he’s…

By Safon Floyd

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5 Necessary Tips to Prepare for the Best Summer Ever

Be safe, and enjoy!

Find out what you need to do and what you should avoid in order to…

By Safon Floyd

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African American Festival

African American Festival Kicks-Off This Weekend in Baltimore

Common, Goapele, Angie Stone and more set to hit the stage.

Check out who and what will be featured at the 2016 African American Festival, celebrating…

By Safon Floyd

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#FridayReads

#FridayReads: BE’s Summer Self-Help Picks

Books to help us help ourselves this summer

Check out the self-help books that Black Enterprise editors are looking forward to diving into…

By Safon Floyd

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Eat

Food for Thought Friday: Eat What You Love

It is possible to lose weight and still snack on what you love, with the "mindful eating" approach to diet

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The phrase “healthy eating” may call to mind thoughts of rice cakes and…

By Black Enterprise

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Global Success

Networking to Global Success: 3 Savvy Tips for Young Professionals

Eunice Omole, TV host and strategist at EbonyLife TV, shares the secrets

Eunice Omole, EbonyLife TV’s chief strategist and host of Hello Africa, shares how she networked…

By Janell Hazelwood

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guidance counseling

Free Data Benefits Minority and Low-Income Communities

Any proposal to ban free data runs counter to the goal of expanding access to the internet

Written by Barrington Salmon
There seems to be a major policy disagreement building in the tech…

By Black Enterprise

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John Hope Bryant

What My Biggest Failures Taught Me

Leveraging life lessons when things fall apart in business

Leveraging life lessons when things fall apart in business.

By John Hope Bryant

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muhlenberg college

How Digital Skills Training Gives Your Company a Competitive Advantage

Here’s why providing regular digital training to employees can give your company a competitive edge

Now’s the time to develop a robust strategy to grow your company.
By 2018, the U.S.…

By Black Enterprise

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Young Entrepreneurs

Here are the Top Things Young Entrepreneurs Worry About

The need to succeed at any cost, can be a huge stress to carry

Young entrepreneurs, especially newer entrepreneurs, are constantly pushed to succeed. While success can be defined…

By Black Enterprise

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Confidence Boosters

Five Confidence Boosters That Will Advance Business Acumen

Here are Harris’ top five practical tips for building confidence in your business

Here are Harris’ top five practical tips for building confidence in your business.

By Chanel Martin

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July

July 4th Travel: East Coast Edition

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FIRE ISLAND
Fire Island, though small (32 miles in length and less than a…

By Kristin Graves

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diversity

Diversity on Campus: Why Is it (Still) an Issue?

The NYT Higher Ed Leaders Forum

Is it diversity or inclusiveness that colleges should be aiming at? Hannah-Jones suggested that diversity…

By Robin White Goode

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Ed Gordon

Ed Gordon Goes to Primetime with Bounce TV

The network's first ever primetime news magazine show will debut in September

Find out what award-winning television journalist, Ed Gordon, is cooking up with the fastest-growing African-American…

By Safon Floyd

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Stonewall Inn

Stonewall Recognized For LGBT Liberation, Black, Latina Transwomen Behind Movement Forgotten

President Obama designated Stonewall Inn as a national monument

President Obama recently designated the Stonewall Inn in New York City as a national monument,…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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college admissions

3 Reasons Your Boss Should Want You to Work From Home

A look into a win-win situation

Find out why, contrary to popular yet dying belief, it may benefit both workers and…

By Safon Floyd

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How To

Equifax hack

After 143 Million Left Vulnerable by Equifax Hack, Here’s What You Can Do

The Equifax hack could be the largest data theft involving Social Security numbers, which is…

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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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