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Lynn Whitfield

Lynn Whitfield Opens Up About Starring on Oprah Winfrey’s ‘Greenleaf’

Actress shares about her love for the arts and the real-world women who comprise her character on the critically-acclaimed original drama series

Lynn Whitfield is one of a few African American actresses who has successfully achieved longevity…

By Gwendolyn Quinn

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happy

On International Day of Happiness, Here’s How to Wake Up Happy Like Michael Strahan

The former NFL player shares why being successful wasn't enough to put a smile on his face

On this International Day of Happiness, we’re taking inspiration from Michael Strahan, who literally wrote…

By Alisa Gumbs

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home

A Single Woman’s Guide to Buying Her First Home

Don't get caught up in stigma; realize your dreams with these steps

Single and still waiting to invest in the home of your dreams? More women are…

By Janell Hazelwood

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simple tips

4 Tips to Help You Manage Your Money

Stay frugal, no matter how special the occasion may be

The price for this upscale ’do? More than $100—when I usually pay just $35, including…

By Robin White Goode

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AmeriCorps

Trump Budget Proposal Threatens AmeriCorps Program

Corps members play a crucial supporting role in schools

Some AmeriCorps members work directly in schools, however, making a difference in the lives of…

By Robin White Goode

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Julian Bond

Julian Bond Scholarship at Maurer School of Law, Indiana University

Covers up to 100% of tuition for one year, and more

The Mauer School of Law at Indiana University in Bloomington has announced its partnership with…

By Robin White Goode

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perfection

The Price of Perfection: The Cost of Being a BOSS

Perfection is often fear in disguise, and it keeps our brilliant talents from showing. But when you're a BOSS, you don’t need approval

Why do we, as women, work so hard at perfection? Are we afraid of failure!…

By Cameka Smith

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Morial

National Urban League President Marc Morial Congratulates the First Black Federal Reserve Appointee

National Urban League President and CEO Marc H. Morial commends Raphael Bostic for being selected as the first African American president of the Atlanta Federal Reserve

National Urban League President and CEO Marc H. Morial congratulated Raphael Bostic for being selected…

By Daron Pressley

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confidence

5 Steps to Rebuild Your Confidence and Get Stuff Done

Are you struggling to boost your energy and passion for life? Discover how to overcome confidence traps by building strong habits and routines

Successful entrepreneurs have learned how to use effective techniques to continuously build and rebuild confidence…

By Cameka Smith

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Franchise

Franchising a Satisfying and Popular Option for Women Entrepreneurs

Female franchisees find success and more

Most women are very pleased with running a franchise, according to the Franchise Business Review…

By Jeffrey McKinney

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homophobia

Black Homophobia Is Rooted in the Struggle Against White Supremacy

This analyzes the origins of homophobia in the black community, and assesses this inherently discriminatory way of thinking within a historical context

I decided to explore the roots of homophobia in the black community, beyond the most…

By Jared Brown

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vision

Write the Vision and Make It Plain

Similar to a vision, a vision statement is a personal vision that defines what you aspire to become. That's why it's imperative to write your vision down

In his book “The Success Principles,” Jack Canfield explains that in order to create balance…

By Cameka Smith

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Power

Here’s What You Missed at the 2017 Women of Power Summit

In a nutshell, the summit was filled with powerful speeches, transformational seminars, and the bonding of professional women of color

In a nutshell, here are some of the speeches, seminars, networking opportunities that took place…

By Selena Hill

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tech companies

Why Tech Companies Fail at Marketing (And How They Can Avoid It)

It all comes down to knowing your audience

Each channel might include a few generic marketing campaigns or just a laundry list of…

By Selena Hill

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beat

Don’t Miss a Beat Helps Students Find Their Own Rhythm

Grammy-award winning musician uses the arts to help young people soar

A nonprofit, DMAB has established partnerships with local colleges and schools to provide free music…

By Robin White Goode

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wannabe

Are You an Entrepreneur or a Wannabe?

Here are three ways to tell if you're ready to be an entrepreneur

Do you really think that you are about that entrepreneur lifestyle? Here are 3 points…

By Cameka Smith

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father

LaVar Ball And The Role Of The Black Sports Father

Has Ball become the new Richard Williams? Is that a good thing?

While I don’t agree with the things that Lavar Ball has stated or his need…

By The Shadow League

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AfroFemmism

The Intriguing Art and Technology of AfroFeminism

A world that converges technology, science, and art all centered on the black woman

The NSAF project is designed by a team of women of color who are artists,…

By Samara Lynn

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student loans

Trump’s Education Cuts Declare War on the Poor

‘Draconian’ funding cuts target low-income strivers

The budget also eliminates the Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants, which help the neediest students pay…

By Robin White Goode

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Derek Walcott

Caribbean Poet and Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott Dies at 87

The celebrated international writer has gone home

Derek Alton Walcott, a renowned poet who received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1992,…

By Selena Hill

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How To

Apply to More Than 50 HBCUs at Once With the Common Black College Application

Students can apply to 52 of the more than 100 HBCUs by completing just one…

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Password Protect Your Flash Drive In Two Simple Steps

Flash drives, thumb drives, USB sticks: whatever you want to call them, they’re more than…

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