Black-Owned Business

Black History Month is upon us and it's time to make our coins do the talking with our favorite beauty brands!

Start the new year right with these 5 Black-owned beauty essentials in your arsenal.

Today the world honors Martin Luther King Jr., the man who inspired us all to fight for change. Now more than ever, his mission to bring unity to Black people while fighting for basic human and civil rights ring loud and clear. If you’ve ever doubted White privilege, then watching White supremacist storm the Capitol […]

Sean “Diddy” Combs just bought back the rights to his famous streetwear label, Sean John, just in time for the holidays. Take a look at this gallery of celebrities in Sean John over the years as we prepare for the next wave of the legendary streetwear brand.

While the economy is gradually rebounding, a new poll found that some Black people are still struggling. According to the November Temperature Check Poll from Black to the Future Action Fund, 42 percent of Black adults described their financial situation as "bad." And one-third of respondents reported their financial situations have worsened. 

Here is everything you need to know that will help you find the black businesses with the black products you are looking for. Following these simple guidelines and adding these tools to your shopping plans will guarantee you buy black and keep the money in your community.

For those of you looking to celebrate Black Restaurant Week in Florida, take a look at 10 go-to spots owned by us and making food especially for us in The Sunshine State.

If you've been waiting for a chance to snag yourself a fancy Telfar bag, then you're in luck.

For National Black Business Month, we spotlight these Black boutique owners, who are thriving in the fashion lane.

Instead of visiting a traditional Goodwill or Value Village thrift store, we are highlighting some of the trendiest Black-owned online thrift boutiques featuring the latest vintage and up-cycled finds. When we support sustainable fashion, we’ll reap benefits across the world!

Serena Williams has invested in the Black woman-founded healthcare startup HUED.