Lil Wayne Accused Of Lying About Drug Use To Obtain $9M Government Loan During Pandemic

The rap icon’s company received $8.9 million from the Smalls Business Association under the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program, which was designed to help struggling music venues avoid bankruptcy.

Student Loan Payments Are Back After 3-Year Pandemic Era Hiatus

More than 28 million borrowers will have their payments resume in October.

BET, 125th Street BID And The Apollo Theater Donates $100,000 To Recipients Of Harlem Entrepreneurial Microgrant Initiative

Each of the 10 Harlem-based, Black, small businesses have been severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
College graduates hugging Camille Tokerud

Student Loans On Pause: 4 Ways To Utilize This Time

Now that student loan payments have been paused again, learn how to make the most of this time financially.

COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Decreasing Faster Among Black People Than White, Study Finds

The researchers recommend lowering access barriers to vaccines in the Black community rather than focusing on solving the hesitancy issue.