With over 60 Black students, Harvard Law School’s class of 2021 is one of the largest class of Black J.D. candidates in the educational institution’s history. To showcase this excellence, the students created a photo-based social media campaign using the hashtag #BlackatHarvardLaw. Continue reading One Of The Largest Class Of Black J.D. Candidates At Harvard University Are Making Sure They Make A Statement
If you can’t see it, will you believe in it?
The “it” takes different forms, depending on the context. If the focus is black wealth, the “it” represents the stock market. And in this context, investing time, energy and even money into something unseen can translate into a very risky proposition.
If wealth is a household objective in black communities, the stock market should absolutely be considered. Continue reading More black investors should look to stock market to grow their wealth
Some job listings will say “cover letter required,” while others don’t include any mention about it at all. When it comes to the ladder, many applicants often wonder, Should I submit one in anyway?
Continue reading 3 times you can skip the cover letter—and the 1 time you absolutely shouldn’t
Beloved rapper, businessman and philanthropist Nipsey Hussle was fatally shot Sunday outside of his Marathon clothing store in Los Angeles’ Hyde Park neighborhood. He was 33. Continue reading Music Artist/ Entrepreneur Nipsey Hussle Fatally Shot In Los Angeles
The beginning of the Major League baseball season has finally arrived. Fans are piling into stadiums to watch their favorite baseball teams take the field for the 2019 season. Baseball is considered as ‘America’s Pastime’ being created on American soil and one of the nation’s oldest sport. However, there is a blaring disconnect between “the old ballgame” and African-American participants. Continue reading The Repair of Diversity in Baseball: Black Representation in the Major Leagues
A rural Kenyan teacher who gives 80 percent of his monthly income to poor communities, just won a $1 million global prize, proving that the blessings you bestow usually come right back to you.
Continue reading Kenyan Teacher Who Gives Away 80 Percent Of Salary To Poor Communities Wins $1 Million Global Prize
MOORHEAD, Miss. — Mississippi Delta Community College is naming a native of the Delta region as president. Tyrone Jackson will become the college’s first African-American president and its ninth overall. Continue reading Community college names first African-American as president
Everyone knows there’s money to be made in the financial services field. But there are many more reasons to consider a career in finance. Continue reading Have You Considered a Career in Finance?
Everyone feels anxious or stressed out at times, but people can often overlook their overall mental health. Some UNC grad students think this is especially the case for African Americans. Continue reading UNC grad student develops app for African American youth mental health
It’s a great time to be searching for jobs and exploring different opportunities. And ideally, that’ll mean going on lots of interviews.
Continue reading 4 Questions Candidates Should Ask During a Job Interview
This Black child prodigy is wasting no time making his mark on the world. At just 11-years old, Elijah Precciely is a full-time student at Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is also the youngest full-ride scholarship recipient the university has ever signed. Continue reading 11-Year Old Prodigy Receives Full-Ride Scholarship
Corporate culture may be the key to happiness at work. You can have an exceptional job offer, but if the culture is not a match, it could be problematic. Continue reading Have a Job Offer? Consider these 5 things before saying yes