Black Business Month, young entrepreneur, Black-owned skincare brands, Skincare for kids, MelanBrand Skin, 12-year old CEO
Patrice Chappelle is changing the narrative around generational wealth by making her son, Bron Echols, a CEO at just 12 years old.
/ August 16, 2023
Valeisha Butterfield Jones, Black women in business, Black Business Month, career advice for Black women, career advice, Google, Black women in entertainment, Coach Tish, Letisha Bereola, careers,
“We have to move with urgency, we have to move with intention, and we have to get out of our heads,” says Valeisha Butterfield Jones.
/ August 8, 2023
Black Women's Equal Pay Day, Black women, pay disparity, gender wage gap, pay gap, Black working women, Black church, faith and spirituality, Notes on Faith,
Reflecting on Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, Rev. Dr. Alisha Lola Jones discusses the consistent devaluation of Black women’s work.
/ August 6, 2023
S.T.E.M., The Rise: Color of S.T.E.M., HBCUs and S.T.E.M., Black S.T.E.M. students, Black women in S.T.E.M., Virginia State University, theGrio
Blaise Davenport is a recent graduate from VSU, where she majored in  computer information systems and minored in cybersecurity and forensics. 
/ August 3, 2023
Black Women's Equal Pay Day, Black women, Black working women, Black women pay equality, pay equity, gender pay equality,
In 2023, Black women still make 67 cents for each dollar most white men make — but we’re not powerless in reclaiming our time and pay.
/ July 27, 2023
2023 Black Women's Equal Pay Day, Black Women's Equal Pay Day, Black women wages, Black women wage discrimination, Black women pay discrimination, Black women working
This year, 2023 Black Women’s Equal Pay Day coincides with the 60th anniversary of the Equal Pay Act and the March on Washington.
/ July 27, 2023
As we mark Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, we see that despite Black women’s long history in the workforce, they continue to be underpaid.
/ July 27, 2023