Michael B. Jordan & Serena Williams Giving $1 Million To HBCU Entrepreneurs


Actor Michael B. Jordan and tennis icon Serena Williams have joined forces to reward HBCU students and alumni with $1 million to fund their entrepreneurial endeavors. The initiative is a collaborative effort between Williams’s investment company, Serena Ventures, Jordan’s Invesco QQQ Legacy Classic, and the newly established capital firm, MaC …

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Black Twitter Accuses RHOP’s Gizelle Bryant and Robin Dixon of Colorism After Wendy Osefo Was Referred to as ‘Aggressive’

Gizelle Bryant, Wendy Osefo and Robyn Dixon

Black Twitter is calling out some of The Real Housewives of Potomac cast members over alleged colorist comments.  Colorism is a vertical of white supremacy that plagues the Black community and all communities of color. Colorism, the prejudice or discrimination against people of a darker complexion, can directly impact darker-skinned …

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New Study Shows a Need for Another Round of Stimulus Payments

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Millions of Americans are still facing the financial consequences of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. A new study by Capital One Insight Center shows that economic uncertainty is far from over for most.  Lower earners, defined as households making less than $25,000, remain the most vulnerable. There is a call for another round …

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21 Albums With Single Week Sales Totaling More Than A Million

21 albums with more than a million sold in one week

In the 30 years since Nielsen Music began tracking point-of-sales data, only 21 albums have sold at least 1 million copies in one week. The Bodyguard soundtrack was the first album to hit the benchmark, selling more than a million copies in its sixth week after its release. Taylor Swift’s Reputation was the most recent …

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