The sinks are just the latest way Terence Lester is trying to help homeless people.
Linda Greene started her journey to opening a cannabis business serving some of the lowest-income areas of the nation's capital more than seven years ago.
Kenny Westray started out selling his clothing line out of the trunk of his car. Now more than 200 NBA players have worn his designs.
Vada Manager got from East St. Louis to Hollywood—and many places along the way
J. Wyndal Gordon says black Americans might know they’ll never commit a crime, but they can never be sure they won’t be charged with one.
Najah Aziz quit corporate America to become a beauty industry influencer, teaching other stylists about client retention and growth, business etiquette, marketing and community service.
Jonathan Kolo learned about life shooting hoops. Now the nonprofit he founded is bringing those lessons to a new generation with a special focus on educating young girls.
As a teenager, Freddie Figgers built a GPS locator into the shoes of his Alzheimer’s-afflicted father. Now his telecon startup is worth more than $62 million.
‘If I am even sort of alive, I will vote,’ the Civil Rights Era legend says, ‘and everyone else should, too.’