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STEM

5 Programs to Make Your Girl STEM-Strong

Check out these five programs that expose young girls to STEM education

Future success requires well-balanced literacy in STEAM (science, technology, education, arts, and mathematics). Girls are…

By Samara Lynn

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International Women's Day

Powerful Quotes From Black Women Bosses on International Women’s Day

To feel empowered today, consider the words of powerhouses like Shirley Chisholm, Shonda Rhimes, and Mellody Hobson on International Women's Day

The words of wisdom by these unapologetic trailblazers will remind you of the enormous value…

By Lisa Fraser

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Ben Carson

Ben Carson Confuses Slaves for ‘Immigrants’

Another major gaffe on race from the Trump administration

On Monday, Ben Carson referred to African slaves brought to American as “immigrants” who were…

By Selena Hill

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a day without women

A Day Without a Woman: What Black Women Really Think

Is A Day Without a Woman for everyone, or only the chosen few?

Learn about A Day Without A Woman and why millions of women across the country…

By Maryann Reid

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Diversification

Business Owners Beware the Danger of Diversification

Entrepreneurs must understand the potential risks associated with diversification

Business diversification is good or is it? Jerome D. Love uncovers the hidden dangers of…

By Jerome D. Love

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Valerie Smith

Valerie Smith, the First Black President of Swarthmore College

‘We attract students who are curious about the world, themselves, ideas, and people’

Smith says the school recognized the importance of building an inclusive community once an investment…

By Robin White Goode

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digital access

Ensuring Digital Access for All in 2017

A historic milestone for low-income and minority communities

Free data is one way we can strengthen our digital equality agenda and fill the…

By John Burnett

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researchers

Researchers: High Social Media Use Makes Young People Feel Lonely

The more you Facebook, the more isolated you may feel

A report from the American Journal of Preventative Medicine reveals that a large amount of…

By Samara Lynn

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work

This Is Why Women Are Refusing to Do Any Work Today

Today, women are demanding respect for the labor they contribute at their jobs, in their homes, and to the economy

Instead of working, women are participating in A Day Without A Woman, a campaign aimed…

By Selena Hill

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Kia Niro

The 2017 Kia Niro: An Affordable and Fun Hybrid Vehicle

Looking for a new car? Consider checking out a 2017 Kia Niro

For years, Kia Vehicles were an enigma in the US. Now, Kia builds some of…

By Brian Armstead

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black middle class

Against All Odds Looks at the Fragility of the Black Middle Class

‘Working hard has never been enough for black Americans to flourish’ –Bob Herbert

She says whites “were rewarded with property appreciation and a sense of stability,” but blacks…

By Robin White Goode

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Leadership

Hampton’s President Harvey Writes Principles of Leadership

He can criticize The Quad because he knows what principled leadership looks like

His new book, Principles of Leadership, written in response to the many who have asked…

By Robin White Goode

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Andrea Fairweather

Celebrity Makeup Artist Andrea Fairweather on Her Journey in Beauty and Business

In addition to being an award-winning makeup artist, this entrepreneur created the first mobile beauty service business

Read more about Andrea Fairweather, an award-winning celebrity makeup artist who has created makeovers for…

By Gwendolyn Quinn

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Small Business Awards

Enter the Black Enterprise Small Business Awards and Elevator Pitch Competition Now!

Be honored for your business or win cash for your elevator pitch

All small business owners and entrepreneurs of color should not miss out on the opportunity…

By Selena Hill

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Lent

Bad Money Behaviors to Give Up for Lent

Now is a good time to change your bad money habits

If you want to change your bad financial habits now, here are three money behaviors…

By Alisa Gumbs

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graduate

My Advice for College Students Graduating in Media and Journalism

Here's the advice I shared directly with students majoring in journalism at Prairie View A&M University

Making the transition from college to the real world can be a scary transition. Here…

By Selena Hill

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nonprofits

Why Donate to Nonprofits? It’s Just Good Business

Giving is better than getting — even in business.

There is nothing wrong with making donations as part of elevating your company’s brand, so…

By Selena Hill

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design-centered

Why Every Entrepreneur Should Have a Design-Centered Mindset

Creativity is essential no matter what industry your business is in

Design is intangible. People undervalue the skills involved in creativity, so they treat it as…

By Selena Hill

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personal brand

5 Tips for Strengthening Your Personal Brand

Take your brand to the next level

Creating a personal brand that others recognize and trust is essential. Here are five things…

By Black Enterprise

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gratitude

3 Easy Ways to Show Gratitude in the Workplace

Remembering to say “thank you” has a positive effect on your clients and staff

Not only is it an essential courtesy, but taking the time to write, say or…

By Selena Hill

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How To

manage

Ask Sheree: How to Manage an Overload of Work

It is very common for a busy professional to feel overwhelmed with their job commitments…

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podcast

How to Watch Black Enterprise’s New Tech Podcast on Any Device

Tune into Black Enterprise’s BE The Code podcast hosted by Sequoia Blodgett for all the…

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