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Black and Enterprising

As a budding entrepreneur, the hardest part about starting a business, is finding a business idea.  I’ve been reading business and wealth books for a while now, and I realize that entrepreneurship is the best way to achieve personal fulfillment, serve our community, and leave a legacy for my children and yours. 225 more words

Financial Literacy Month: My Financial Story

April is not just a month that brings May flowers, it is also a month that educations the United States on being financial literate. Recently I consider myself to be financially aware with my personal income as I travel and live abroad. 611 more words

Common Cents

Steve Harvey To Speak At The 20th Annual Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit (#BESummit)Coming to Atlanta May 13 - 16, 2015


Quincy Jones and Clarence Avant to be honored at the Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit in Atlanta, GA May 13-16… 945 more words



Raqiyah’s work in journalism goes back to the Quincy Jones owned days of Vibe Magazine. As an intern in the mid-90s, she became Executive Assistant to then Editor in Chief, Danyel Smith. 160 more words

Mo’Ne Davis Biographical Movie Coming to Disney Channel

by Courtney Connley

At just 13-years-old, Mo’Ne Davis has made history as the first female to pitch a shutout in the Little League World Series and the first Little League player to make the cover of… 96 more words

Simone Baptiste

Sm.Artist : Why do I create art?

Hello Fellow Artist,

Recently, someone asked the reason I choose to paint as an outlet. In order to answer the question I have to share the background information that is necessary to understand the reason I love art. 405 more words

Cleveland Artist TIffany Southall Urban Landscapes

International Women's Day: A Toast to 50 Powerful Black Women

Today is International Women’s Day and despite the inequalities women still battle — being paid less than men, struggling to obtain positions of power and sexual objectification to name a few — some women still manage to break through the glass ceiling, and that’s worth celebrating. 1,058 more words