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Michael Arceneaux, the author of “I Can’t Date Jesus,” opens up to Black Enterprise about being a black queer author and his next book, “I Don’t Want to Die Broke.”
The Carters are business masterminds, and its time for business owners to take multiple pages from their book of mastery.
Oftentimes, parents don’t know what tutoring should really look like or know what classes their kids need to take. So, how do we address this problem for black parents? By establishing an interactive relationship with tutors.
Microaggressions have a way of creeping up on you in your daily life and at work. What would you do if some random person decided to command you and your space for no apparent reason? Here is how one Black Enterprise writer handled it.
As an award-winning columnist, I have four rules to increase content visibility that I have developed through writing content for brands such as Forbes, Entrepreneur.com, The Business Journals, and many other global publications.