Less than 1% of Black Women Owned Technology companies get funded. It's time to change the narrative and help move Black Women Founders forward.
The U.S. Department of Education (ED) continues to provide resources and information to students, parents, educators, borrowers, and community leaders to address the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic and support the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
We Buy Black, in cooperation with SheaMoisture, is announcing the Black Business Relief Fund: $100,000 for Black owned businesses
The COVID-19 Community Grant will award up to a total of $100,000 in funding this cycle. CBOs are eligible to apply for up to $25,000. Selection criteria include benefits to communities most at risk and number of
Investing in entrepreneurs of color combats rising income inequality by creating jobs with living wages, and yet, small businesses owned by people of color struggle to access the capital and consulting support they need to grow and thrive.
most people don’t want to be called on their shit. They’d prefer a world where they could live in the shadows and pick money from the trees, sleep their way to success and avoid shining their light on others.
If you're just getting started it's smart to spend your startup capital wisely. If have the time to learn to create your own site it's definitely worth taking a stab at it just to know the basics in case you
This years honorees include Ralph Clark CEO of ShotSpotter the leading gunshot detection software keeping cities and campuses safer.