November 3, 2021

New Black Wall Street Market, A Black-Owned Market Is Here 

Do you live in the Atlanta area or visiting and need plans? Then, visit the newest premier shopping destination, New Black Wall Street Market, just opened in Stonecrest, Georgia. The market, which is a product of Allen Entrepreneurial Institute, will host more than 60 Black-owned businesses, including restaurants, a jazz club, and an art gallery. […]

October 29, 2021

‘Colin in Black & White’: Colin Kaepernick Adds to His Story With New Netflix Series 

If there’s one thing we can all say about Colin Kaepernick—it’s that he’s much more than an athlete. His new Netflix six-episode series, “Colin in Black & White,” gives us a glimpse into the life of teenage Kaepernick. The series takes place years before Kaepernick set off a frenzy of controversy by kneeling during the […]

August 12, 2021

Cotton is Our Culture: Meet the Man Who’s Changing the Narrative for Black Farmers

Farming runs in Julius Tillery’s DNA. The thirty-something-year-old farmer turned entrepreneur turned advocate is a fifth-generation farmer in North Carolina who’s set on preserving the culture of agriculture among Black Americans. Tillery sheds light on the dwindling number of Black farmers in America while also celebrating the culture of cotton through his brand Black Cotton.  […]

May 18, 2021

Ron Finley Has Mission to Make Gardening Cool

Imagine a world where everyone knows how to garden and grow their own nutritious food, and food deserts are a problem of the past. This is the dream that “gangsta gardener” Ron Finley had turned into a reality in his South Central Los Angeles neighborhood. “When you learn how to cultivate your own food, that’s […]