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5 Ways Millennial Entrepreneurs Can Recharge in Memphis

Millennial entrepreneurs are flocking to Memphis to wind down

Have you been slaying your business goals, and need an extra dose of creative inspiration?

By Charlene Rhinehart

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15-Year-Old Author’s Book Series Becomes Mandatory Reading In Some Schools

Her writing reflects "what really goes on inside a kid's mind'

Her book series became mandatory readings for some school districts including Hillside, NJ School District,…

By Kandia Johnson

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Barbados

5 Reasons to Treat Yourself to a Trip to Barbados

Beyond Crop Over, Barbados is a luxury destination enriched with culture and history

Here are five reasons why working professionals and entrepreneurs deserve to book a trip to…

By Selena Hill

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Black Girl Magic

Nielsen Study Quantifies the Power and Influence of Black Girl Magic

African American women have a gripping influencing in mainstream culture, proving our magic is limitless

African American women are the driving force behind the total black buying power, which is…

By Selena Hill

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Nurse Alice: Study Suggests Some Diabetic African Americans May Never Get Diagnosed

The genetic makeup of African Americans poses a problem with a test for the disease

The number of diabetic African Americans may actually be higher accompanied with a delayed diagnosis…

By nursealice

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An IBM Engineer and US Virgin Islands Native on Irma’s Destruction of Her Homeland; Beauty Through Heartache; and How You Can Help

'Beauty can endure through heartache and hard work'

Most people may believe that our heartache began after Hurricane Irma arrived but it started…

By Samara Lynn

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Kevin Liles’ Discovers Next Big Voice In Hip Hop Through Hashtag Challenge

The iconic hip hop executive signed a local rapper from Chicago who won the #freestyle50 competition

After launching a national freestyle competition earlier this year, music mogul Kevin Liles has found…

By Selena Hill

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How Floating Down a River With Keri Hilson Taught Me to Appreciate the National Park Service

You probably live near one where you can hike, de-stress, and commune with nature

Keri Hilson, the singer, song writer, and actress, is an ambassador for the National Park…

By Robin White Goode

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Stephen A. Smith on Kaepernick: ‘Stay the Hell Away From Me’

ESPN host doesn't mince words about Colin Kaepernick

Smith, known for his fiery and often controversial commentary, was much more impassioned with his…

By Samara Lynn

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#ReadABookDay – The 10 Books That Should Be Part of Your Kid’s Childhood

‘Every day is #ReadABookDay!’

And to sneak in one of my son’s all-time favorites—The Lord of the Rings trilogy,…

By Robin White Goode

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black filmmaker

AT&T Seeks Black Filmmakers for 2018 Tribeca Film Festival

This is an extraordinary opportunity for aspiring filmmakers to debut a movie at one of the most anticipated film festivals and win $1 million in funding

AT&T, the Tribeca Film Festival (TFF) and Tribeca Film Institute have announced an open call…

By Kandia Johnson

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Husband and Wife Build Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival Into a 15-Year Brand

Applying savvy business branding to the arts

“The Martha’s Vineyard African-American Film Festival is very special to us and our loyal attendees,”…

By Gwendolyn Quinn

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sports

Mayweather Set to Join All-Black Billionaire Athlete’s Club; Here Are the Other Members

An elite class of iconic athletes who've used their skills and business acumen to earn big

Here is how a few world-class athletes earned more than or close to $1 billion…

By Selena Hill

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meditation

The Importance of Meditation at Work

Wellness expert and author Quentin Vennie stopped by Black Enterprise to teach us how to meditate and explain why we need to

Black Enterprise invited entrepreneur, wellness expert, and author Quentin Vennie to stop by our office…

By Selena Hill

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Six Things Black People Should Always Hold Valuable

The author expresses his opinion on what we should hold dear in the aftermath of Charlottesville

For having a Black Expo and valuing black businesses and black people, we are called…

By Jerome D. Love

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Why Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather is an Undisputed Champ in Boxing and Business

Mayweather has generated a staggering amount of career earnings, which is projected to top $1 billion

“If I could put myself in a position to make nine figures, why not?” Mayweather…

By Selena Hill

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Meet the Members of The Money Team

The Money Team to pursue their passions and create profitable businesses for themselves

Outside of the ring, Floyd Mayweather empowers his team, known as The Money Team, to…

By Daron Pressley

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movies

‘Girls Trip’ and Other High-Grossing, Black-Directed Movies

We're celebrating the black directors who've paved the way for Malcolm D. Lee's 'Girls Trip,' the first all-black film to earn $100 million at the box office

In honor of “Girls Trip” becoming the first all-black film to earn $100M, here’s a…

By Selena Hill

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Johann Alleyne-Morris on Black Men XCEL

Black Men XCEL: BE Circulation Director Celebrates A Father’s Legacy

Black Enterprise's Johann Alleyne-Morris shares how his father's sacrifice paved his path

In recognition of our very first Black Men XCEL Summit, celebrating the best of black male…

By Alisa Gumbs

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Yvianne Hyacinthe on Black Men XCEL

Black Men XCEL: BE Executive Administrator Celebrates A Brother’s Love

Black Enterprise's Yvianne Hyacinthe shares how her brother's support shaped her sense of self

In recognition of our very first Black Men XCEL Summit, celebrating the best of black…

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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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