3 Ways The Debt Ceiling Crisis Impacts Black Households As Lawmakers Negotiate Resolution

A government default endangers federal payments ‘families rely on to make ends meet,’ says a White House blog.

Black Women Concerned About Finances Ahead Of Midterms

New poll two-thirds of Black women voters are highly motives to vote in the 2022 midterm elections.

Exclusive: A Conversation With Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot – Facing The Challenges As The Windy City Emerges From The Pandemic

In’s latest ‘Conversation With the Mayor’ we go to Chicago where the mayor explains how she has dealt with crime, the economy and other issues and how it has framed her.

Nigeria Bans Non-Nigerian Models and Voice-Over Artists From Ads

The government says they want to promote their own talent and economy.

Report Says High Unemployment Rates For Black Men Cost The Economy $50 Billion

This contributes to poverty in the Black community.
Angel C. Dye (center) was able to  receive her undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences thanks to donors who stepped in to help. Dye celebrates  on the campus of  Howard University  in Washington, DC on May, 13, 2017.
In 2016, Angel Dye was trying to pursue her Howard University education, but like scores of other students at the prominent, financially strapped HBCU, she owed thousands, and had been kicked out of her dorm room and still took classes on the down low. A year later Dye receives her degree today,  with the help of donors who read her story  and is headed to graduate school. 
 (Photo by Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

LinkedIn Study Shows HBCU Grads Bucking Low U.S. Hiring Trends Despite Economic Downturn

Two fields are attracting Black grads at higher rates.

Black Twitter Blasts Jared Kushner For Racist Statement About Black Success On Fox

Social media was quick to call out Trump’s senior adviser.

Sign Of the Apocalypse: Stock Markets Are Crashing As Trump Closes In On Presidency

The world financial markets have lost faith in America.