Black History Month
These Sisters Quit Their Jobs Mid-Pandemic to Risk it All For Their Brand. Now They're Not Only Thriving, But Working to End The Cycle of Poverty in South Africa.
For Mo and Michelle Mokone, it's not only about putting out a quality product but also recognizing the humans behind it and giving them access to a quality of life they never dreamed of.
This Founder Started a Wellness Brand in Her Kitchen — Now She Partners with Target and Uses Her Platform to Combat Medical Racism in the U.S.
Amid a nearly year-long journey with a chronic infection, Beatrice Dixon was caught in a perpetual cycle of "medical gaslighting" and prescriptions that were more of a quick fix than a real solution. However, after her grandmother came to her in a dream, everything changed.
This Black Founder Stayed True to His Triple 'Win' Strategy to Build a $1 Billion Business
Wemimo Abbey and Samir Goel co-founded Esusu because "the color of your skin and your financial identity shouldn't determine where you end up in the wealthiest nation in the world."
How One Mom's Mission To Rebuild Her Daughter's Confidence Sparked a Revolution for The Doll Industry
Melissa Orijin noticed a gap in the toy aisle: diversity. The mother of three struggled to find dolls that had the same curls and complexion as her eldest daughter. After tirelessly searching to no avail, she set out to create them herself.
21 Inspiring Quotes From Black Leaders From Throughout American History
The words of these 21 individuals will inspire you to do more.
Here's the Biggest Way You Can Show Up for the Black Community Beyond Black History Month
On my journey to be an ally to the Black community, here's the one major goal I'm focused on.
This Former Super Bowl Champion Built a Platform to Support Mental Health in the Black Community
After retiring from the NFL, Ryan Mundy launched Alkeme to create "generational health" for Black Americans.
3 Authentic Ways Brands Can Celebrate Black History Month
Here's how your marketing department can authentically celebrate Black History Month and Black culture year-round.
Are You a Performative Ally? Here Are the Signs.
True allies don't just say they're committed to diversity and inclusion — they show it. Here's how you can spot a genuine ally vs. a performative one.
5 Qualities of Black Excellence Overlooked in the Workplace
Now is the time for conventional, white and eurocentric workplaces to finally recognize the unique qualities that come from Black culture and lift up employees who exemplify these qualities.
Free Webinar | February 23: How Black Entrepreneurs Can Achieve Success With a Profit-First Mentality
Join us for this free webinar as two-time Emmy Award winning host of the Never Settle Show, Mario Armstrong, shares how to cultivate the mindset resilience that lead him to success. Register now →
6 Ways to Celebrate Black History Month and Be a Better Ally in the Workforce Beyond February
An authentic celebration of Black heritage throughout the year can help companies foster understanding and empathy among coworkers from different backgrounds. Such a celebration also allows employees to learn more about their colleagues' experiences, which promotes a deeper sense of community and understanding. How to be a Better Ally in the Workplace During Black History Month — and Beyond.
Determined to Support the Black Community, These Friends Brought 'Fresh Eyes' — and Innovation — to the Food Industry
Carmen Dianne and Kara Still co-founded Prosperity Market in 2020 to battle economic instability and food insecurity in their local communities.
Free Webinar | February 15: How to Build and Elevate A Black-Owned Brand
Join us for this free webinar as executive leader in public relations and brand elevation, Zakiya Larry, shares with us actionable tips to shape and grow a Black-owned brand that stands out and lasts. Register now →
It's Black History Month. Here's How to Show Black Employees You Care.
Black history is more than just slavery and the civil rights movement. It's being made as we speak.