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Turning Failure Into Opportunity

Lessons from Donald Trump on how to turn failure into opportunity

Although Donald Trump may have avoided paying federal income taxes for 18 years, the fact…

By John Burnett

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Presidential Debate

Clinton, Trump and the 2nd Presidential Debate

Donald Trump is clearly unfit to serve as president of the United States or as commander-in-chief.

The second presidential debate between Clinton and Trump should have been rated TV-MA for mature…

By Corey Ealons

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Second Debate

5 Critical Points for Hillary Clinton in the Second Debate

Can Clinton trounce Trump in the second debate?

The first presidential debate provided Hillary Clinton with a slight bump in the polls. Heading…

By John Burnett

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President-elect

5 Critical Points for Donald Trump in the Second Debate 

The second presidential debate will give Donald Trump a chance to redeem himself

With Donald Trump sliding in the polls, he cannot afford to go off the rails…

By John Burnett

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millennials

DNC to Use Michelle Obama in Big Media Push for Millennials of Color

Democrats fear losing younger voters come the November election

With just six weeks to go until Election Day, younger voters are shunning the two…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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communicate

Communicate With Power: What You Can Learn From How Hillary Trounced Trump

Four ways to communicate effectively and be persuasive in high-pressure situations

Use these four tips, featuring tactics Hillary Clinton used to out-debate Donald Trump, to take…

By Dr. Avis

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images

Why Black Youth Need Positive Black Images

Anti-black bias is still prevalent in our society, particularly in mainstream media. Parents can counter the negative effects of this social ill by exposing their children to positive representations of the black community

Find out why it is abundantly important for black youth to have positive black images…

By Jared Brown

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Gloria

Saying Goodbye to Best-Selling Author Gloria Naylor

The author of the highly-acclaimed novel, “The Women of Brewster," has died at the age of 66

Leaving behind a body of literary gold, it has been confirmed that award-winning author Gloria…

By Selena Hill

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criminal justice

The Criminal Justice System Is Racist by Design

An op-ed by Jared Brown explores if modest reforms to the criminal justice system can fix a system that is racist by design

Learn how a few modest reforms to the criminal justice system attempts to fix a…

By Jared Brown

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Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams: ‘We Have to Normalize Blackness’

Pearls of wisdom and truth from Jesse Williams' panel discussion, at this year's Advertising Week conference

Find out what actor/activist Jesse Williams had to say about activism and black oppression during…

By Selena Hill

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Apollo

Apollo Crowd Cheers and Jeers on Debate Night

It's show time at the Apollo; featuring Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and a politically diverse group of panelists prepared to share their expertise, following the first round of 2016 presidential debates

There was no better place to watch the highly anticipated presidential debate on Monday than…

By Selena Hill

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National African American Museum

Scenes from the National African American Museum Dedication: Honoring Our Past, Engaging in Today’s Conversation on Race

#APeoplesJourney - Pres. Obama: “We’re not a burden on America or a stain on America or an object of shame and pity for America. We are America.”

Check out BE SVP/Chief Content Officer, Derek Dingle’s recap of the highly anticipated National African…

By Derek T. Dingle

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CIA

CIA Director John Brennan on Diversifying the Agency

CIA Director John Brennan and Blacks in Government President Darlene Young discuss the CIA’s new initiative to drive diversity in the intelligence community

CIA Director John Brennan and Blacks in Government (BIG) president, Darlene Young, share plans to…

By Hailey Wallace

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Tulsa police

ACLU Calls Tulsa Police Cold Blooded Murderers and Bold-Faced Liars Following Terence Crutcher Shooting

The U.S. Department of Justice is asked to investigate, after Tulsa, O.K. police officers shoot and kill an unarmed black man

The U.S. Department of Justice has been asked to investigate the shooting death by Tulsa…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Freedman's Bank

U.S. Treasury To Host The Freedman’s Bank Forum

The Freedman’s Bank Forum will take place on Friday, September 23rd at the U.S. Department of Treasury…

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Amanda Marcotte, Maya Harris (Hillary Clintons Senior Policy Advisor) and Selena Hill

Clinton’s Policy Advisor Talks Police Reform, Weed

An interview with Hillary Clinton’s Senior Policy Advisor, Maya Harris

On Friday, September 9, Black Enterprise’s very own Selena Hill teamed up with Salon writer…

By Selena Hill

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chicago

The Black Lives That Impact More in Chicago

Community ownership, hope, and action for positive change

 
On average, 12 people are shot in Chicago every day. According to the Chicago Tribune,…

By John Hope Bryant

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presidential election

Congressional Leaders Hosts Town Hall On Impact of Presidential Election on African Americans

Black community needs to understand what's at stake and not sit on the sidelines come November

The black community has too much at stake in this Presidential election and cannot afford…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Image: Spotify

Spotify and Mic Launch Video Series to Encourage Millennials to Vote

Spotify, Mic, and Headcount.org want to engage millennials with Clarify to spark conversation and encourage voting this election season

In an effort to engage millennials in voting this election season, Spotify and Mic launched…

By Kali Wilder

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Iyanla

Iyanla Tackles the ‘Angry Black Woman’ Myth in New Season of ‘Fix My Life’

In the season premiere of 'Iyanla: Fix My Life,' spiritual life coach Iyanla Vanzant invites eight women to her House of Healing, in an effort to analyze and debunk the "angry black woman" stereotype

In the premiere, spiritual life coach Iyanla Vanzant invites eight women to move into a…

By Kali Wilder

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windfalls

How to Budget for Unexpected Windfalls

Having a plan for unexpected windfalls can be as important as anticipating surprise expenses. Just…

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Evita Robinson, founder of Nomadness Travel Tribe (Image: Nomadness Travel Tribe)

How to Get Paid for Traveling

Evita Robinson, founder of Nomadness Travel Tribe (Image: Nomadness Travel Tribe)
Have a passion for…

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