Although they ceased publication some 50 years ago, the guidebooks are worth reflecting on in light of the fact that for drivers of color, the road remains anything but open.
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Smith, recently named to Forbes’ 2019 30 Under 30 in media list, noted it is often heralded as “raw” and “powerful.”
The Twin Cities is ranked as the fourth worst state for Blacks in the country.
Black business ownership, along with its benefits — financial freedom, legacy, self-empowerment — is not a new conversation. How people are approaching it is.
Autumn Frazier is the proprietor of Autumn’s Vintage Boutique, LLC in Minneapolis. The 59-year-old mother of three owns the resale shop that carries high-end vintage clothing and one-of-a-kind pieces that you aren’t likely to find anywhere else.
The late legends will be featured among new commemorative stamps issued in 2019, continuing a USPS tradition started in 1847 of celebrating people, events, and cultural milestones that are unique to U.S. history.
The NFL Hall-of-Famer was among six honorees awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Donald Trump at a White House ceremony last Friday.
Dressed in a casual blue and off-white plaid shirt, the sure-footed trauma specialist and author weaved around the room at the event hosted by the newly formed grassroots organization created to build bridges across racial, social and economic lines to address racial justice issues.
Page became the first Black Minnesota Supreme Court justice in 1993 and served for 22 years.
Aniki is just 11 years old, and he owns his own company called Ice Cream Bow Ties.