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Have A Look at The First-Ever Black, Woman-Owned Coffee Brand Sold at Trader Joe's

According to a news release, Kahawa 1893 is the first Black woman-owned coffee company to be sold at Trader Joe's. Margaret Nyamumbo, the CEO and founder of Kahawa 1893, made her major debut in California. The coffee was available in 200 of the retailer's locations. According to the press release, the rollout will continue in other U.S. areas. Keny...
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Here Are Some of The Best Black Empowerment Movies for You to Watch

 Black cinematic masterpieces have been around for a very long time. And black actors who bring significant characters to life, even longer! Let's have a look at a few of the most famous Black movies in 2002, 2004, and 2016. 1. Ray The 2004 musical/drama film stars Jamie Foxx as Ray Charles. In the movie, Ray goes blind after his brother's tra...
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Howard University to Re-Establish College of Fine Arts and Honor Alumnus Chadwick Boseman

 Black Panther star and Oscar-nominated actor, Chadwick Boseman, who passed away due to stage III colon cancer in 2020, is one of the forever-cherished alumni at his alma mater, Howard University. The university has decided to name its College of Fine Arts, which was newly re-established, in honor of Boseman. University president Frederick fee...
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Black Entrepreneurs, Here Are Some Ways You Can Manage Your Mental Health

 Running a business, working for others, and ensuring that your team gets everything they need is the key to being a great leader or manager. But have you realized what is more important? Prioritizing yourself and ensuring that you are taking care of your mental health. Don't Overlook Self-Care You can't quite run a business and provide top-no...
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100th Anniversary of the ‘Black Wall Street’ Tulsa Race Massacre

 In 1921, precisely 100 years ago, a mob of white people attacked the Greenwood district of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and burned it down. This area was known as Black Wall Street. It was an isolated part of the city that was quite well-off, busy, and lively. More than 1,200 buildings and homes were destroyed as a result of the violence and killed 100-3...
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Jamaican Shellie-Ann Kerns Used Crowdfunding to Start A Black-Led Farm in Washington

Shellie-Ann Kerns is a Jamaican immigrant who started working on her crowdfunding journey to run a farm and restore her farming roots. Along with the Black-led farm, she also runs a bread school in Washington's Middle Satsop Valley. She is naturally interested in farming because it comes from her mother's side and her father as well who has agricul...
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Àuda.B Becomes the First Black-Owned Nail Polish Brand to Be Sold at Nordstrom

Boston-based entrepreneur Samara Walker founded Àuda.B, a vegan, luxury nail lacquer, is now exclusively sold at Nordstrom's online store. It is elaborated as a vegan-friendly gel-like nail polish that delivers ultra-rich and smooth color to your nails and is resistant to chipping as well; it is nontoxic and provides a long-lasting and glossy finis...
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NYC Comes Up With $25 Million Recovery Program to Support Artists During the Pandemic

New York City has benevolently planned to launch a $25 million program that will provide much-needed funds to artists and people (public workers or others) who work to support the aforementioned artists who, now for a very long time, have been suffering the adverse blows brought about due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Artists, performers, and musicians...
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Businesswoman Kim Reed Announced as ITG Brands' New President And CEO

ITG Brands is a tobacco manufacturing company in the U.S. and is the third-largest one in the country. According to an announcement made about a week ago, Kim Reed is going to be named president and the chief executive officer from the 1st of June. ITG sells cigarettes, cigars, and has quite a broad portfolio overall which includes e-vapor brands a...
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Boss Women Media Has Partnered with Creme Of Nature to Support Black Women

Boss Women Media has partnered with Creme of Nature to support women who are looking for ways to boost their small startups and businesses. Brilliant hair products are being sold on Creme of Nature's website to help women beautify their hair and achieve the best results for over 40 years! Thousands of Dollars Raised: A $5,000 pitch competition will...
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6-Year-Old Founder of Lily Frilly Is Now the Youngest Black Entrepreneur to Sell Products in Walmart

 6-Year-Old Founder of Lily Frilly, Lily Adeleye, has now become the youngest Black entrepreneur to sell products in 1,102 Walmart stores nationwide. Lily Frilly is a very popular girl's fashion brand and is based in Florida. Her website and brand offer clothing and accessories for young girls. They include all sorts of colorful items and the ...
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