I am totally having a fan girl moment. Do ya’ll remember Flyy Girl? Of course ya’ll do! I remember being in middle school, in Flint, Michigan and carrying the book, Flyy Girl in my hand every single day.
Some people dream of making an impact, a few talk about making an impact, most want to make an impact, and then there are the ones that do make an impact.
Black women have come mighty a long way in television journalism. When I was growing up, I could count the black women news reporters and anchors on one hand.
Earvin “Magic” Johnson’s Aspire TV is run predominately by a dynamic group of minority execs breaking status quo.
Since 2012, we’ve been committed to celebrating black culture and urban lifestyle. Tell a friend about us and join the movement! #SeeYourselfHere
Graduation season is an exciting time for students – hard work has finally paid off, and the anticipation of career success and achievement shines bright.
Considering the current climate when it comes to racial tensions in the nation mixed with the proud stance of being African American, it’s important now more than ever to recognize, salute, and celebrate Juneteenth.
Hundreds of millennial entrepreneurs and young professionals gathered at Atlanta’s Google Fiber Headquarters for the launch of “The Hangout” Speaker Series presented by the Young Entrepreneurs of Atlanta Foundation in partnership with Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
Ladies Who Brunch ATL offered women-owned businesses the opportunity to showcase their wares at the 2018 Ladies of Business Conference in Atlanta.