Tag Archives: Black History Month
Racist cartoon depicts monkey as author of stimulus bill
The New York Post and Sean Delonas have done it again. This time, Delonas, who…
By Deborah Creighton Skinner
Who offers the best concept to honor our legacy?
BlackEnterprise.com’s editorial assistant, Renita Burns, and reporter Marcia A. Wade decided to rate the efforts…
Teachers: Commemorate February with Web-ready resources
Black History Month holds special meaning for many Americans this year as the world watches…
By Marcia Wade Talbert
America's first woman president of a financial institution founded one of the nation's oldest surviving black-owned banks
Walker became the country’s first woman president of a financial institution and founded one of…
By Gertrude Woodruff Marlowe
Books by and about great black entrepreneurs underscore our legacy in business.
Each February, as we celebrate African American History Month, we recognize the achievements of black…
By Alfred Edmond, Jr.
President Obama issues proclamation kicking off African American History Month
These CEOs have led their companies to perennial status on the B.E. 100s list. Here are their predictions for the next quarter century.
Many businesses have made the BE 100s over the 25-year history of the list. Several…