Leona Tate’s perception of race changed drastically in November 1960 — when she became one of the first Black children to desegregate New Orleans schools.
“The industry as a whole doesn’t have the representation of people who look like me, or women, so my wine and beer tasting room showcases the majority of those brands,” founder of Si...
Black Employees Make Up Just 7.4% of the Tech Workforce — These Nonprofits Are Working to Change That
Black talent is still extremely underrepresented in the industry. A new JFF report highlights the importance of expanding tech opportunities for Black Americans
A San Diego organization dedicated to bringing about change is making a difference by advocating for entrepreneurship in the Black community, reports NBC 7’s Kelvin Henry.
Howard University has received a $2 million donation to digitize a major collection of Black newspaper archives in hopes of making it more broadly available to researchers and the general public....