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Sharmin Kent and other local creatives highlighted in ‘Creatives in Color’

On Sept. 14, Sharmin Kent, manager and strategy lead at Studio Science, spoke about her journey as a creative professional and how her experience as a Black woman influenced her narrative process.

Blacktoberfest will ‘celebrate unapologetic Blackness’

Dominic Dorsey has been dreaming of Blacktoberfest since 2016. He got the idea from when he was a counselor in an after-school program at...

Shop Black this Friday: Five quality small businesses to support this holiday season

Author and educator Anna Lappe once said, “Every time you spend money, you’re casting a vote for the kind of world you want.” In today’s world,...

2016’s silver linings: Despite struggles, Americans gave generously

It was an intense year for all of America, but high levels of racial and political tension did not prevent Black America from embracing...

Google Chrome extension makes it easy to find Black businesses

A growing number of people, celebrities included, have publicly expressed their support of Black-owned businesses. But, at times, it can be difficult to find...

From passion to paycheck: Tanorria Askew invites you to her table

Carmel resident Tanorria Askew started her cooking journey at what she calls “The Culinary Institute of My Parents and Grandparents.” Now as a top...

Flourishing House Flippers, Interior Designers at Home on HGTV

Home flippers and interior designers are thriving in the rebounding real-estate sector — as seen on TV.With an average gross profit of $55,000 per...

Andre Mack and Mouton Noir: The wine world’s black sheep

In a third-floor loft a few blocks from Madison Square Garden, the wine merchants at Banville & Jones are deciding which wines New Yorkers...

African hair braiders fight for “economic liberty”

Kune Gueye came from Senegal to Nashville for a better life, but she had to overcome yards of red tape to earn her American...

Finding Kunta: Black entrepreneurs connect the dots after Roots

Kunta Kinte still haunts us. Nearly 40 years after it premiered, Roots – Alex Haley’s iconic quest, tracing his ancestry from slavery back to Juffure, The Gambia...
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