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Meet the Siblings Who Are Teaching Other Kids How to Speak up to 8 Different Languages

Siblings Teaching Other Kids to Speak up to 8 Different Languages Cleveland, OH — Meet 4-year old Emilio, 6-year old Amora, 8-year old Rosie, 10-year old LaLa, 12-year old Anita, 16-year old Malachi, 18-year old Kimoni, 20-year old Mina, and baby Makalo. These young homeschoolers have created a YouTube channel called Multilingual Stars Academy that offers fun and exciting content to help children learn the basics of different languages. “Learning different languages is not offered in our community so we have to...

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Police Officer Reveals in new book Why Cops Kill and How To Stop Them
Police Officer Reveals in new book Why Cops Kill and How To Stop Them

Police Officer Reveals “Why Cops Kill and How to Stop Them”

Retired Black Police Officer Reveals Why Cops Kill and How To Stop Them   Nationwide — Meet Charlie Rose whose new book Why Cops Kill and How to Stop Themreveals his personal story as a police officer many years ago in the Greenwood area of Tulsa, Oklahoma (formerly known as Black Wall Street). He also shares his keen viewpoints on why he believes that police violence is at an all-time high today. He says that he actually never thought of becoming a...

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SEO Queen

Great SEO Queen Makes History

Great SEO Queen Makes History Nationwide — Zhe L. Scott, founder and CEO of The SEO Queen, is an entrepreneur who is very passionate about her work as a web developer and search engine optimization expert. But even as one of few Black women in the industry, she is the author of two books entitled SEO Training 2017: Search Engine Optimization and 101 Ways to Improve Your Marketing and Sales. Zhe helps companies get more clients and advertising without paying for advertising. In addition, she helps...

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Brooklyn Academy For Girls Celebrates First Graduating Class With 100% College Acceptance

New College Acceptance is 100% For Brooklyn Academy Graduating Class

New College Acceptance is 100% For Brooklyn Academy Graduating Class Nationwide — Brooklyn Emerging Leaders Academy (BELA) Charter School, an all-girls high school in Brooklyn, New York, is celebrating its first graduating class in the school’s history. And all of the graduates have been accepted into college! Launched in 2017, the school has since aimed to help overcome the educational inequalities encountered by Black and Brown youth. They do this by empowering “each young woman to be the best version of herself”....

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Black-owned Dessert Company Promotes New College Scholarship Essay Competition

Black-owned Dessert Company Promotes New College Scholarship Essay Competition

Black-owned Dessert Company Promotes New College Scholarship Essay Competition San Jose, CA — Andrea Lacy, founder and CEO of Luv’s Brownies, a Black-owned business. It has officially launched a new college scholarship essay competition; the “Grit Award” scholarship program. Up to three people will be awarded a college scholarship, each worth $500, who’ve shown grit and determination in overcoming their own personal challenges and are now pursuing higher education or vocational training. To be eligible for the college scholarship, students must provide...

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Minority Applicants Apply For New PPP Loan With Assistance From Strong Tax Strategist

Minority Applicants Apply For New PPP Loan With Assistance From Strong Tax Strategist

Minority Applicants Apply For New PPP Loan With Assistance From Strong Tax Strategist The BOSS Network has partnered with Syreeta Talbert, a certified tax preparer, and the PPP Second Chance Program to assist African Americans in applying for business loans. Nationwide — The BOSS Network in collaboration with Syreeta Inc. and the PPP Second Chance Program will assist more than 200 minority businesses to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) by March 31st. Thousands of minority-owned small businesses were at the end...

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New Plan to Fund More Non-Profits and For-Profits in Black Communities

New Plan to Fund More Non-Profits and For-Profits in Black Communities

New Plan To Fund More Non-Profits And For-Profits In Black Communities Nationwide — They are many great non-profits, making great strides in the Black community in the areas of health, education, equal rights, the arts, and many more. However, many non-profits don’t have the funding to expand and grow their organizations. “This is because they have to rely on the goodness of people and companies to fund their organizations. This is not the best way to fund our non-profits, especially when...

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Black Female Entrepreneur Creates Coloring Books to Teach Children About Credit

New Educational Coloring Books That Teach Children About Credit

New Educational Coloring Books That Teach Children About Credit Nationwide — Meet Kishanna Heyward, the author of Credit is King, Kareem and Credit is Queen, Charlene who was inspired to create a credit coloring book series when her 4-year old daughter asked her about credit. After an unsuccessful search for resources online to help her daughter’s understanding, she decided to create her own. “I created the credit coloring books to help our youth learn about credit at a very early age. As a former elementary school...

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This Black Hollywood Producer is on a Mission to Bring Diversity and Inclusion to the Film Industry

Diversity Mission : Great Black Producer On Mission To Impact Film Industry Diversity

Great Black Producer On Mission To Impact Film Industry Diversity Nationwide — It’s not about who you see in front of the camera anymore, it’s about who’s doing business behind the scenes. This is the mantra at Four Screens, a Black-owned management and production company helmed by CEO Messiah Jacobs. Messiah, a successful Los Angeles-based Producer, is not new to the challenges of creating content in Hollywood for the African American audience. For the last two decades, he has been integral in developing...

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