Tag Archives: charity

Music Mogul Ted Lucas Helps Haiti Get “Better”

A year after the quake, the Miami CEO uses charitable album to reignite the push for Haiti's recovery

Lucas campaigns for Haiti's recovery
It’s been just over a year since Haiti was ravaged by…

By Anslem Samuel

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TwitChange wins Mashable Award for Social Good at CES

Pastor Shaun King wins top honors for his digital efforts in the world of celebrity charity auctions

King rules the celebrity auction sector
After a hectic day running to and fro on the…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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POLL: Should 50 Cent Be a Role Model?

The music mogul speaks on his charity work and why his moves outside of music are worth following

For our January 2011 issue, rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson provides BLACK ENTERPRISE an all-access…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Alicia Keys Tweets Her Own Death For AIDS Awareness

The singer and her celeb friends swear off Twitter and Facebook to raise money for a good cause

More than 2 million followers mourn Keys' Twitter death.
Social media has become a huge part…

By Anslem Samuel

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To Honor King’s Legacy, How Will You Serve?

As we prepare to honor Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. with the National Day of…

By LaToya M. Smith

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Can Blacks Build Wealth and Remain Charitable?

Study shows that affluent blacks make giving a priority

The Northern Trust Corp. questioned affluent blacks about their giving habits and published their findings…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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‘Tis Better to Give, But Don’t Get Taken

Peak season for legitimate charities is also prime time for fund-raising scams.

It’s the holiday season, when generosity and goodwill toward others—reinforced by the gifting traditions…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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‘Tis Better to Give–Strategically

African Americans are charitable by nature, ever mindful of the trials we’ve endured to…

By Earl G. Graves, Sr.

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