Will the New SAT Boost College Prospects for Black Students?

Society for Science & the Public to Give $35,000 in Grants to Black STEM Projects

by Shantell E. Jamison

On Wednesday, the Society for Science & the Public announced the donation of $35,000 in grants to eight innovative organizations that support community-based STEM... Read More

Symone D. Sanders Offers Advice to Those Who Practice Code-Switching

Symone D. Sanders Offers Advice to Those Who Practice Code-Switching

by Shantell E. Jamison

Symone D. Sanders is one of the few people who tell it like it is in the world. The Democratic strategist, who served as... Read More

3 Ways to Survive a Dreaded Holiday Office Party

3 Ways to Survive a Dreaded Holiday Office Party

by Shantell E. Jamison

If you are lucky, you get to enjoy and appreciate the folks you work with, especially during the holidays. Honestly, some of us make... Read More

How Obamacare Can Assist Small Businesses

How Obamacare Can Assist Small Businesses

by Shantell E. Jamison

President Donald Trump might have purposely ousted the Affordable Care Act out of the spotlight, but the act, also referred to as Obamacare, is alive and... Read More

Steve Bannon

The Black Entrepreneurs’ Conference Had A very Surprising Guest Speaker

by Shantell E. Jamison

Now this is a confusing headline: “Steve Bannon Delivers Keynote Address at Black Entrepreneurs’ Conference.” But that’ exactly what the title of the story,... Read More

John Legend

How John Legend is Supporting Former Inmates

by Shantell E. Jamison

Teresa Hodge isn’t just an entrepreneur, but a former inmate. And now she can confidently say she has help from John Legend. According to... Read More

Equal Pay Day

Business Organization to Host Women’s Entrepreneurship Seminar

by Shantell E. Jamison

If you are a woman who owns a small business based in Chicago, here’s good news. The Small Business Majority, in conjunction with Accion,... Read More

The Most Affluent African-American U.S. Neighborhoods, A List

The Most Affluent African-American U.S. Neighborhoods, A List

by Shantell E. Jamison

It isn’t all bad for African-Americans. According to a report released by The New York Times this year, there is a trend in upward mobility... Read More

Single Women Could Benefit From Investing More Into Finances, Report

Single Women Could Benefit From Investing More Into Finances, Report

by Shantell E. Jamison

On Tuesday, Fidelity Investments announced new research looking into the financial planning habits of single women in America. According a press release sent to... Read More

Report: 75 Percent of Millennials Have Experienced a Quarter-life Crisis

Report: 75 Percent of Millennials Have Experienced a Quarter-life Crisis

by Shantell E. Jamison

New research reveals that 75 percent of  those ages 25 to 33 have experienced a quarter-life crisis, according to a LinkedIn study. A life... Read More