An artist teamed up with the Josh Gibson Foundation to promote a Negro League star whose color kept him out of the majors.
Name, image and likeness rules kick in on July 1, which will allow players to get paid for their personal brands.
Wanda Armstrong and her family put their hearts into three soul-food spots in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Kingsley Kabari was a penniless teen when he arrived in America. Now he runs a growing health-and-wellness business.
Former NFL player and his trainer offer holistic approach to succeeding in sports and life.
Hitting a roadblock when trying to create a movie called “Concrete” turned into a set of powerful lessons for a Hollywood actress.
Their restaurant seeks to survive a pandemic, discrimination and strict city codes.
The two women seek a niche in the under-represented African American market.
The Chicago-based company promotes equitable values, local vendors.