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.
The duo from Ghana make a point of treating their customers as family.
The legal marijuana industry is growing fast, but only 4.1 percent of marijuana business owners identified as African Americans.
A rising New Orleans food star nabs a distribution deal with Rouses Markets, one of the largest independent grocers in the U.S.
The company uses modern technology to provide caring, comprehensive services specifically designed for people of color.
As an immigrant from Ethiopia who first settled in Los Angeles, Steve Kalifa has turned every setback into a setup.