In an effort to educate students on personal finance, Mark Ingram, former Alabama Crimson Tide star and current running back for the New Orleans Saints, and Alabama state Treasurer Young Boozer unveiled a free educational video game called “Financial Football,” developed by the NFL and Visa Inc.
Talk about having an early start. Moziah Bridges launched his unique bow tie company, Mo's Bows, when he was just nine years old. Now 12, Bridges has built his company into a success--and media favorite. The Memphis-based business has been showcased on such major television shows as the "Today" show, "The Steve Harvey Show,""Fox Business," and by Melissa Harris Perry on MSNBC.
During his sizzling odyssey across the global firmament, Stokely Carmichael changed his name to Kwame Ture, combining vestiges of two of his heroes, toyed with his ideological perspective, altered his dress style, and had a number of consorts, but his revolutionary zeal was immutable. Peniel Joseph has resurrected that “well-lived life,” as he has stated on several media appearances as he promotes Stokely: A Life (Basic Civitas, 2014), a thought-provoking biography in which the eminent historian invested ten years of his own life.
Last week at its 2014 Vision Gala held at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City, the Dance Theater of Harlem (DTH) celebrated its 45th anniversary. By the end of the evening, $700,000 was raised to benefit Dance Theater’s Next Generation and Community Engagement funds.
The stubbornly low number of female computer science students in the United States has generated a pile of academic studies, ample hand-wringing and a wide-ranging discussion in tech and education circles about what can be done to boost the number of women choosing computing careers.
The “Black Twitter” universe is abuzz about, you guessed it, all things Black. The platform has become an online cultural force.
The California Wellness Foundation, a health grant-making org in California, has announced that Judy Belk is its new president & CEO.
While you are allowed to borrow as much as 50% of your 401(k) balance, you should only consider it after you have exhausted all options.
Working mothers can always use a helping hand. That is one reason Kierstan Tucker launched Today's Mompreneur.
Learn the basics of personal finance online and get your finances back in shape. There are several apps that can help.
People get divorced. It's a fact of life, so attorneys suggest that women make wise financial choices such as talking about money.
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