EIP is designed to serve as a resource for community residents, elected officials and stakeholders to alleviate systematic, government-sanctioned racial discrimination through beneficial economic policy and programmatic solutions.
Managing (and saving) money can seem like the ultimate chore. With each paycheck, we promise ourselves to get our finances in order, pay down debt and not make any of the bad spending decisions we’ve previously made.
HIV/AIDS is no exception, with African Americans accounting for nearly half (47 percent) of all new infections in 2016.
With college costs on the rise and billions of dollars waiting to be claimed, what better time than now to start your scholarship search
Houston White, owner of HWMR barbershop and lifestyle brand Black Excellence, created the scholarship to honor her legacy.
A lot of African Americans don’t really know too much about men’s personal care products. In the industry, it’s very White, so we got into business to hit a target market that wasn’t [being served].
Black business ownership, along with its benefits — financial freedom, legacy, self-empowerment — is not a new conversation. How people are approaching it is.
Help green the earth with your holiday shopping choices.
For those doing the work, it means more than posting selfies with “I Voted” stickers or holding signs at a protest.
Licensed cosmetologist Karen Coffey opened Bella Beauty and Hair in January 2017 to provide women and men in the Twin Cities with a diverse range of products and services catering to natural hair and beyond.