NAN and Rev. Al Sharpton meet with Macy's CEO to discuss racial profiling prevention
Sharpton stands up for those profiled while shopping
NAN and Rev. Al Sharpton meet with Macy's CEO to discuss racial profiling prevention
Sharpton stands up for those profiled while shopping
Google selected the Kansas City metro area for the roll-out of its Google Fiber service
Home to 2.5 million people, the Kansas City region offers the benefits of more than…
The White House has thrown its weight behind a proposal to raise the federal minimum wage to at least $10 an hour
Will it pass both the House and the Senate?
Are you going to pick up a copy?
The book, published by Cash Money Content, is his first in over a decade
Business owners believe nondiscrimination policies boost bottom lines
Senior House Republican aides say the bill is unlikely to come up in the chamber…
Without ENDA, African American LGBT workers face double, triple discrimination
The passage of the act was supported on both sides
3 steps veterans can take to translate their military experience to civilian employment
In honor of Veterans Day, the Real Warriors Campaign offers advice for how to translate…
Jim Jones and Chrissy Lampkin discuss how gentrification has changed Harlem
Gentrification can be messy for the people that are displaced
Rob Brown was arrested in Macy's after purchasing a Movado watch for his mother birthday
Have you been racially profiled entering a store?
Ebony.com writer discusses her feelings on the American Apparel Halloween display
Did you ever see the display?
Activist Kevin Powell launches BK (Building Knowledge) Nation
The activist and author continues to give back
Jim Bonsall, the former CFO of Detroit, resigned amidst an investigation into distasteful comments referring to Trayvon Martin.
Detroit CFO, Jim Bonsall was reported asking “if he could shoot someone in a hoodie”
Administration working to fix healthcare application process plagued with problems since open enrollment
Will this issue be fixed soon?
TV One introduces a news show to their lineup
The show entitled ‘NewsOne Now’ will cover news that affects the African American community
A racial slur left on a receipt, leads to a job suspension and then a $10,000 tip
Who said racism still isn’t an issue?
Kendra Rae Davis accuses her soon to be ex-husband of stealing from their joint account
Former Chicago Bulls player Antonio Davis is getting divorced from his wife of 19 years
Roughly 40 percent of respondents say the shutdown has impacted them
The government shutdown is severely impacting the $273 billion dollar business travel industry, creating uncertainty…
Jay Z and Beyonce the most powerful couple
Jay Z and Beyonce have been known as an “it” couple for quite some time
The Federal Reserve releases new $100 bills.
The new $100 dollar bill has made its way into circulation in an attempt by…
Our favorite comedian once hit rock bottom
Even the humblest of beginnings can have a great outcome
A bittersweet victory decades later after experiencing discriminatory lending
Farmers will receive $1.2 billion in settlement
Senate rejects the House's last minute bill to delay part of Obama’s health care law
The Office of Management and Budget issued orders that “agencies should now execute plans for…
Italian pasta maker apologies for hurtful same-sex couples comments
Should he apologize?
Private equity firm the Carlyle Group has invested a minority stake in the rap mogul’s audio company
Beats Electronics, which makes colorful, pricey headphones branded by rapper and hip-hop mogul Dr Dre,…
Healthcare marketplaces open to self-employed and micro businesses
Here’s a tip sheet for small businesses on Obamacare
“Today’s Business Crisis: Educating Tomorrow’s Workforce” brings together business leaders, educators and policy makers to Washington, D.C., during the CBC's Annual Legislative Weekend
Black Enterprise, with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, presents “Today’s Business Crisis:…
Johnson is battling the issue of dropouts in low income areas.
Johnson continues to spread his influence across many areas
A tragic incident brings donations from hip-hop artists
The Game is taking his Robin Hood project very seriously
The Lake Mary Police Chief addresses the concerns of a citizen about Zimmerman's volatile nature.
The Police Chief in Lake Mary, Flordia where George Zimmerman currently resides is not a…
Officer used excessive force and did not have a reason to discharge his weapon.
Jonathan Ferrell was only seeking help for an accident before he was killed.
Gov. Tom Corbett to change stance on Medicaid.
The governor of Pennsylvania, Tom Corbett, may be amending his stance on Obamacare.
Last three Super Bowls only events to surpass the bout in sales
Seat Geek, an online event ticket search engine, reported to SBNation that the average ticket…
The state of New York okays allowing pet cemeteries to accept cremated human remains
A new regulation unveiled by the state of New York this month would allow pet…
An initial public offering for the social network giant is the biggest news since Facebook went public
In fewer than 140 characters, Twitter Inc. tweeted that it has filed confidential paperwork to…
Board taps Wall Street veteran to head major investment banking institution
While this is a milestone for African American women in finance, Shank points out that…
Drake sued over replication owl pendant.
Drake is being sued by the jeweler Baden Baden Inc for making replications of his…
After her child accuses his teacher of scratching him, Simone Baker, allegedly assaults the teacher.
Baker called the principal of the school to let him know that she was on…
The hairstyle policy has been amended to cover only personal hygiene.
Tiana Parker’s parents decided to move her to a new school because her hairstyle, dreadlocks,…
After hearing the heartbreaking story of Tiana Ricks death, The Game was motivated to donate funds for her funeral expenses.
Tiana Ricks didn’t know that she had been shot.
Victims of 1963 Birmingham bombing awarded 50 years later.
As a result of the passage of this bill, the Secretary of the Treasury and…
Bracknell says, "You'd think he'd get the heck out of Dodge."
George Zimmerman made headlines yesterday with news that he was arrested.
State had an increase in the impoverished due to 2009 economic crisis.
A study conducted by the Legal Services of New Jersey Poverty Research Institute shows that…
'Money' Mayweather gets sued over Game 7 tickets.
Court-side tickets to any major game or event will always cost big bucks, and…
Youngest leader in organization's history steps down after five years
Ben Jealous, 40, will step down from his post at the nation’s largest civil rights…
Business and civil rights organizations to draw attention to lack of minority contractors used on the team's new stadium
Levi Strauss has also come under attack by protestors.
BLACK ENTERPRISE’s report spotlights prominent African American director
The media company identifies 177 African American directors at S&P 500 companies and reveals 75…
Instagram crush leads to real life love.
Basketball player Andre Drummond has found love and it all started on Instagram.
The Deborah Brown Community School discourages hairstyles that are seen as fads.
A charter school in Tulsa, Oklahoma has sent a child home for her hairstyle. 7…
Is the Pastor losing it?
What do you think of this?
The President arrived in Stockholm to kick off a 3 day trip overseas.
After an overnight flight the President landed in Stockholm, Sweden for a meeting with officials…
Ariel Castro was found dead in his cell in what is believed to be a suicide.
The convicted kidnapper and rapist, Ariel Castro, was found dead in his cell Tuesday night…
De Blasio is frontrunner amongst blacks
With the third term of Mayor Bloomberg swiftly coming to an end a race is…
NAACP and KKK meet to discuss violence in Wyoming.
This past Saturday, leaders of the branches of the KKK and NAACP met in Casper,…
Richard Schmidt plead guilty to counterfeiting and federal gun charges.
An Ohio man, Richard Schmidt, who was under investigation for selling fake sports memorabilia was…
Gries claims that although she made racist comments she is in fact not a racist.
The CBS reality game show Big Brother evicted Aaryn Gries on the Thursday night show.…
Neo-nazi Craig Cobb hopes to get enough white supremacists to his settlement.
A community in North Dakota is rallying together to prevent one of their neighbors from…
Move adds 1,400 jobs to Motor City metro area
The automaker invested $555 million into the Flat Rock Assembly Plant, adding added a state-of-the-art,…
Treasury Department to treat legally married gay and lesbian couples the same as other spouses no matter where they reside
The new IRS ruling creates some complications for the 24 states that do not recognize…
Walsh punctuates his speech with an emphasis on the black family.
Not everyone was pleased by the strides that Black America has made in the 50…
Did you know this about the King of Pop?
The “King of Pop”, Michael Jackson, would have been 54 today
While not entirely positive, signs are pointing towards continued recovery
The economic outlook continues to be a mostly positive, albeit not entirely. Americans filing applications…
At the ceremony, President Obama shared names of casualties of foot soldiers on the front lines of the movement.
The speakers at “Let Freedom Ring Commemoration and Call To Action” used the event…
President Obama speaks at the 50th Anniversary ceremony of the March on Washington.
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Do you question Johnny because he's filing suit two years later?
White man allegedly assaulted and insulted Gill
Higher wages, energy prices overseas could increase American exports
By 2020, higher US exports, combined with production work that will likely be “reshored” from…
20 historical facts that are not so common.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the historic march
The differences between Black American then and now highlighted in our infographic.
The numbers show change, but is it enough?
Lamar Odom returns to Khole after speculation about separation
Odom has reportedly been taking hard drugs
Demands of five decades ago realized in some areas but remain unfulfilled in others
Organizers of the 2013 march have called for reforms to criminal justice issues
Postage commemorates demonstrators on National Mall for 1963 March on Washington for jobs and freedom
The 1963 March on Washington limited-edition Forever commemorates the 50th anniversary of the historic milestone.
Today's youth need to pursue STEM education, mentoring programs and business ownership
They spoke before an audience during the Kingonomics Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Investment Conference.
Jobs, immigration reform, voting rights, and LGBT equality are top priorities
Will you be there in support?
MLK’s youngest child struggles with separation of church and state
Bernice King, daughter of Martin Luther King, defends herself after making Anti Gay comments
The jobless numbers in 28 states worsened.
States continue to struggle.
Research shows pick-up in American factories
Major US manufacturers are reporting opening or expanding US operations in what could help ease…
Dodd–Frank progress will be focus of talks
President Barack Obama is scheduled to meet with financial market regulators to discuss progress
Southern culinary cook off the hook as a judge rules white staffer cannot sue over racial discrimination against black coworkers
Race discrimination claims and a lawsuit filed by a former Savannah restaurant employee against Paula…
Candidates detail economic plans, articulate challenges of minority businesses
Made up of some of New York’s most powerful minority firms and entrepreneurs, the newly-formed…
Four African Americans among 16 recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom
President Barack Obama will award 16 recipients with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, of which…
What Common Core means for black families
How to help your child prepare for the new Common Core State Standards
Federal agencies fell short in contracts awarded to black-owned firms in 2012 but hope to boost spend in 2013
The latest numbers show it’s more difficult for minority firms & African American-owned firms in…
Author Noel King of Marketplace discusses the price people of color must pay to be accepted in America
“Respectability tax” is a term we invented. It refers to the extra lengths that some…
City is largest municipality to file
Detroit’s 16-page petition was filed in its U.S. Bankruptcy Court
KFC and VIBE magazine developed a custom video series celebrating famous fathers.
Dad’s are so important to every child’s life.
Customers can get a free 12 ounce Slurpee today at participating stores
7-Eleven has celebrated its birthday on July 11 for decades, but it wasn’t until 2002…
Bullies get more benefits than reprimands by supervisors
Reports say new study shows that workplace bullies are seeing more benefits than reprimands in…
SVP Alicia Boler-Davis is in the driver seat of the big automaker’s vehicle quality and customer experience around the globe.
Alicia Boler-Davis is making waves in automotive industry
Academic deans and university president at odds on financial direction of the school
Academic deans say CFO needs to go
Judge says the men waited too long to bring suit
Kevin Clash doesn’t have to face trial for sexual abuse
Martin Luther King Jr. blamed the riots on "general despair" over conditions for blacks in the area
Race- and class-related violence resulted in 34 deaths, thousands wounded and nearly $100 million in…
Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria and Tanzania among first countries to be impacted
New venture aims to bring electricity to 20 million new African households and commercial entities.
Jermaine Dupri has had a number of financial challenges the last few years
Dupri served with a new federal tax bill
Africa is developing by leaps and bounds, analysts say
Lola Adesioye says Africa can no longer be ignored by President Obama
Democratic congressman deleted the Tweet
Congressman from Minnesota calls Justice Clarence Thomas an ‘Uncle Tom’
Zimmerman defense team confirmed that the photo was of West
Bizarre and inappropriate photo of Zimmerman’s attorney surfaces
Wal-Mart, Target, and Home Depot are just a few of the companies that have cut ties with Paula Deen
Embattled celebrity chef Paula Deen loses book deal
Critics push back on three-term mayor's "irresponsible rhetoric"
A spokesperson for Michael Bloomberg says critics are “fabricating outrage over an absolutely accurate comment.”
Both homes owned by the former congressman could be taken away
Motion to seize homes filed days before former congressman and his wife will be sentenced…
Toddler can read Shakespeare and speak three languages
Adam Kirby can do many things at the tender age of two that many of…
New law could have impact on decisions of other states, cities
A new law passed by New York City requires business owners and companies to provide…
Interim president did not say when the first return performance will happen
The school’s interim president says a zero-tolerance hazing policy will prevent the circumstance surrounding drum…
Drug company joins Target, Home Depot and Wal-Mart in distancing themselves from the celebrity cook
The former Food Network personality was paid $6 million for a two-year contract to promote…
Obama said the trip to the slave dungeon helped him “fully appreciate the magnitude of the slave trade”
First Family visits historic slave dungeon
Rev. Jackson says Paula Deen can be 'redeemed'
In an attempt to save her brand, Deen calls Rev. Jesse Jackson
Chick-fil-A has donated more than $5 million to anti-gay Christian groups
Chick-Fil-A president tweets, then deletes his opinion on DOMA
President has final term in office to establish legacy on the continent
For a second time, the president skips a visit to his father’s birthplace of Kenya.
Officially, the South African icon remains hospitalized in critical condition
Spokesman for the South African presidency says journalists have been unethical and wrong in their…
Trouble over the I Am versus i am OTHER moniker
Should Will.i.am have discussed his beef with Pharrell before taking legal action?
School's new dress code had stated: 'Afro-puffs and small twisted braids, with or without rubber bands are NOT permitted'
School apologizes for dress code perceived as racist
Young woman testifies hearing Trayvon saying "Get off. Get off," before the phone went dead
A star witness for the prosecution takes the stand
94-year-old South African statesman under close observation
Mandela’s condition has worsened
Dotson spoke openly about the pressures on African-American executives in a mostly white publishing industry
Prominent journalist led Ohio newspaper to a Pulitzer Prize for its series on race relations.
Woman was sentenced to death for the 1997 robbery and fatal stabbing of a retired professor
If it goes as planned, Kimberly McCarthy becomes the first woman put to death in…
Site was built in response to a Cheerios ad
Interracial couple creates online community for other mixed race families
President Obama calls decision a 'setback'
U.S. Supreme court hands down major change to Voting Rights Act
Sources say the fan was intoxicated
Police investigate an altercation involving Scottie Pippen
GOP summer recess shows an increase in attention to Black Republicans.
June lit up like Black Republican Month
Driving force behind challenge to race-based admissions says ruling will restore colorblind principles
With both sides claiming victory, blockbuster case is sent back to the lower court.
Russia does not have an extradition treaty with the U.S.
Edward Snowden is still at-large
While some say SCOTUS ruling on Affirmative Action was a win for supporters, was it really?
The U.S. Supreme Court rules on pivotal Affirmative Action case
Smithfield Foods operates world's largest slaughterhouse and meat processing plant in Tar Heel, North Carolina
Meat processor Smithfield Foods cuts ties with Paula Deen
A rep for the singer denies the allegations
Why can’t Chris stay out of trouble?
The George Zimmerman Trial is one of the biggest trials in Sanford's history
The NAACP will hold a town meeting offering Sanford community support
The following excerpts are from an exclusive interview with BLACK ENTERPRISE Editor-in-Chief Derek T. Dingle
His campaign to become the first black to run the statehouse seeks advanced education, minority…
A brow-raising video resurfaces, showing Deen discussing race relations in the south
Black and white fans of the now former Food Network personality believe Deen isn’t racist…
Nelson Mandela has been hospitalized since June 8
Doctors say the African statesman’s condition has deteriorated
Under promotional deal, rapper's album is technically already platinum
Rules stipulate bulk album sales that are given away for free aren’t counted in total…
President continues to work on a campaign promise made to Latinos
Obama cites analysis of the Senate immigration reform bill, which shows it would cut deficits…
Obama will be visiting South Africa, Senegal and Tanzania in upcoming trip
President Obama set to embark on trip to South Africa, Senegal
Barr would be the first Afro-Latina to serve as president of a country
Black Costa Rican woman running for president
Lil Snupe had recently signed a recording deal with Meek Mill’s DreamChasers label.
Winnfield, Louisiana police arrests 36 year old man in rapper’s murder
Deen releases statement thanking the Food Network for "11 great years"
The Food Network decides to cut ties with embattled TV chef over racial comments
Congress finds yet another thing not to come together on
Republicans wanted deeper cuts to the nation’s food stamp program, but Democrats rejected.
Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown has vowed to push back on judge panel's order
If state officials followed the order, about 10,000 inmates could be freed by the end…
Erika Harold is a black GOP candidate running for Illinois state Congress
State GOP chairman says racism “has no place in our Republican Party.”
Opening statements to begin on Monday
Six female jurors have been selected for George Zimmerman’s trial; Five white, one Hispanic
Outlook of economy depends in large part to youth jobs
President Obama, White House push for youth jobs.
Frederick Douglass was a runaway slave who went on to be the first African American nominated for Vice-President of the United States
7-foot bronze statue of black abolitionist erected in Emancipation Hall
The raid in which the 7 year old was killed was videotaped for the TV show 'The First 48'
Jury could not agree on manslaughter charges in Detroit cop trial
Deen admits to racist jokes and use of the n-word in deposition.
Paula Deen is known for her southern cooking and big personality. A personality that may…
Race and ethnicity of the juror relevant given the allegations against defendant
Twenty-seven of the 40 potential jurors are white, seven are black, three are mixed race…
Match.com will host 30 events through the fall in its top markets
About half of singles who attended website’s events said they met someone they would like…
'I decided I had to help change their perception of themselves and their worth,' the teacher said
Brooklyn teacher gives his young black girls a lesson about their worth
J. Cole's 2nd album 'Born Sinner' was released today on Roc Nation records
J. Cole retweeted a fan’s message who had a gun to a little girl’s head
Not all Republicans think it's a good idea to revive debate on rape and abortion
House Republicans will vote on the most restrictive abortion bill to come to the floor…
Lil Wayne is working on a video for his new song "God Bless Amerika"
Are his actions sacrilege or artistic license?
Arizona wanted voters to show citizenship documentation before they even registered to vote
Supreme Court upholds National Voting Rights Act in Arizona v. ITCA Decision
The Bush-era Patriot Act grants the government permission to track calls
Database contains tens of millions of Americans’ phone records.
Town has more than Trayvon Martin's death to heal from
Many black residents in Sanford have deep distrust of the police department.
Men want to carry on their family names and traditions more than women do
Men without children were on par with childless women in saying they wanted to be…