Susan L. Taylor shares her personal journey to success and how as a community, African-Americans can impact change through capitalism.
African-American kids from rich families are more likely to go to prison than White kids from underprivileged households.
According to a report released by the Black Youth Project at the Study of Race, Politics and Culture at the University of Chicago, in 2009, 54.4 percent of African-American millennials shared that they’ve personally experienced harassment or violence at the hands of the police or they know someone who has.
Even with no product and no website, you can get paid for what and who you know. Learn how to make money online, without spending a dime. Making money online used to pretty much require you to have your own Web site, products to sell and some marketing savvy. But a new generation of dot-coms […]
The cola nut played an important role in the economic life of Ghana. A widely used cash crop, it is closely associated with affluence and abundance. The above symbol also represents the role of agriculture and trade in bringing people together. Take a moment to look at your financial situation with wealth consciousness. These are […]