Madame You, a new social networking site for women of color to “connect with hair gurus and each other” aims to bridge the divide by providing a platform for all women to tackle hair issues and bond over hair successes.
Tracey Edmonds, who brought us such films as Soul Food and Hav Plenty through her Edmonds Entertainment Group Inc., has partnered with BET founder Robert L. Johnson to launch a faith-focused digital network called Alright TV.
OPINION - Whether it is slavery or the use of governmental power to crush labor unions, the U.S. has always favored the interest of owners over those of laborers. This is especially true for black people...
For years, microloans have provided a gateway to self-sufficiency for the poor around the world. Now increasing numbers of entrepreneurs here in the U.S. are taking advantage of these small loans to finance their businesses.
OPINION - Customer service needs to be the first thing that black-owned businesses need to do correctly. Fair or not, it is one of the top barriers that prevent repeat customers from developing...
OPINION - While promoting the products of black-owned businesses, I have heard many different reasons explaining why blacks do not support their own community's efforts. Below are my responses to each one.
theGRIO REPORT - In a historic show of unity, leading African-American media entities are uniting to bring awareness of black buying power to the large advertisers, brand leaders, and media planners who make ad buys through #INTHEBLACK.