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When most people think about layaway plans, they usually think of toys and clothing for the holiday season. In comes Airfordable, a Chicago based tech startup that allows users to pay for airline tickets in installments.
October 11, 2016 By Dr. Dionne Mahaffey
From toothpaste to mouthwash, soap to laundry detergent, bathroom products, and all the other products we use on a daily basis, all are made by companies that were started by entrepreneurs with an idea to solve a problem or make life a little easier.
October 9, 2016 By BlackNews.com
This new how-to book for the real estate industry is entitled Real Estate 100: The Teen and Millennial Investment Blueprint, and it is co-authored by African-Americans Lisa Puerto and Anthony Lee. With a purpose to educate the next generation regardi
Dr. Yetta Young, executive producer, director and author, transforms her national stage play, Butterfly Confessions into a teaching tool to raise awareness about violence against women and sexual responsibility on college campuses across the globe.
10-Year Old Black CEO Gets Distribution for Her Popular Invention in Once Upon a Child Stores Across
Elementary entrepreneur Gabrielle Goodwin is now selling her hair accessory invention GaBBY Bows in 50 Once Upon a Child stores in 16 states across the US. The 10-year-old CEO solved the age-old problem of disappearing girls’ hair barrettes.
Black family is raising money to design Pan-Afrikan school supplies. “Kids of the Kosmos,” is a line a school supplies featuring artwork to empower young black minds.