Dubbed “The Driving Force,” the program will offer multimedia career development to HBCU undergraduates while simultaneously showcasing African-American scholastic talent to automobile companies. Durham, NC – A unique opportunity has been created for HBCU students […]
By Staff What inspired you to create a second career? For three decades, I’ve spent my career as a public servant working with children and families in the government and nonprofit sectors. This work can […]
“We want to keep families together, prevent division, divorces and domestic abuse,” says The Family Unit’s Roy Williams Jr.
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Applications are being accepted for the 2022 Luminary Awards, which provide financial support to black teachers and schools.
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By Taroue Brooks What inspired you to become an entrepreneur? The idea of ownership was always something I desired at an early age. I would see things and say to myself “I could own that, or why don’t “we” […]
By Dena Vang Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, families and schools have worked tirelessly to create safe learning environments for students while also providing services such as school meals, extended daycare, extracurricular activities, […]
By Kymberly Amara No one understands the saying, the children are our future, better than individuals who are a part of the education system, especially the higher education system. We recently had the privilege to […]
Diagnosed with cancer, Johanna Hurtado believes in the power of the mind and her entrepreneurship to overcome her situation.
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