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Top Ten Black Men to see on Broadway
Make sure to grab your tickets for the sure-to-be-incredible performances by these talented Black actors. The end of the year is a special time for Broadway. Step away from streaming for the weekend; hop on a flight to NYC and get all dressed up to take in stellar performances,...
Julie contraception was created in part by a black woman
Even though emergency contraception (aka the “morning-after pill”) has been available over the counter since 2006 and without an age limit since 2013, the dark cloud hovering over it remains. For years, women have reported feeling shame and embarrassment when purchasing it, averting their gaze from cashiers or even pharmacists in places where...
Aftershock, a documentary about black father and maternal health care
AfterShock is a new documentary on Black Maternal Health as it investigates the maternal health crisis facing women of color in the United States. When it comes to Black Maternal Health, Black women had a threefold increased risk of maternal mortality compared to White women, per data from the...
Black Professionals to follow on Health tiktok
With today’s current trend, TikTok is not just a pure entertainment app where you could see people dancing, singing, and lip syncing, but it is also an avenue for content creators to offer educational content to viewers. And one of the most trending content now is the #Health-Tok. But...
Estella’s Vegan Dessert Boutique
Check out these five Black-owned plant-based dessert businesses in Detroit, Atlanta and Washington, D.C. that BLAC fully supports.
Black to school black owned brands
Black-owned back-to-school brands to support and purchase all year long but especially during the 2022/2023 school year.
After winning $100,000 from the Black Ambition Prize, the winners launched a browser extension to encourage shoppers to buy Black.
Educator and author LaTanya Brooks unveils new coloring books that pay homage to the contributions of Black women.
Michael Jordan
Michael Jordan finances grant for Detroit and Atlanta high schoolers to help them reach financial stability during school.
Black women are no stranger to business ownership. Black women create new business ideas every day. Starting and maintaining a thriving business can be demanding on anyone, but black women are often met with their own set of exclusive challenges. Things like push back from building owners, bais with...
African American culture has a rich history when it comes to spirits ­— and we’re speaking about alcohol here. From the until recently untold story of Uncle Nearest, the man who taught Jack Daniel how to distill whiskey, to Saint Liberty Whiskey that celebrates African American Bertie (Berdie) Brown,...
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