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Talladega, Alabama Elects First Black Mayor

Talladega, Alabama Elects First Black Mayor

Photo: Tucker Webb/The Daily Home Between 1877 and 1950, the Equal Justice Initiative reports that five Black people were lynched in Talladega County. The mood in the small Alabama town today feels a little different, after Tallagedga elected its first Black mayor. At the age of 29, Talladega native Tim…

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Congress Is Playing Games With Over $250 Million Of HBCU Money

Congress Is Playing Games With Over $250 Million Of HBCU Money

PHOTOGRAPH BY RADCLIFFE "RUDDY" ROYE, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC On October 1st more than $250 million in annual funding mandated by federal educations laws for HBCUs and other minority-serving institutions expired. The reason? The Senate did not approve it, after the measure was approved in the House of Representatives. HBCUs across the…

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Black Owned Restaurants Are Dying In San Francisco

Black Owned Restaurants Are Dying In San Francisco

The first Black owned bar in San Francisco opened in 1959, Sam Jordan's Bar and Grill. Sam Jordan was a community activist and light-heavyweight boxing champion, who won the San Francisco Golden Gloves diamond belt in 1948. Sam was the man. After opening the bar in 1959, he became the…

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First Black Owned TV Production Company Launches In Bristol

First Black Owned TV Production Company Launches In Bristol

In Southwest England there is a city that has shaped world and particularly, Black history -- Bristol. The first European since the Vikings to land on mainland North America was John Cabot, who set sail from Bristol. The first Englishman to lead an exploration to North America was William Weston,…

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Brand New Black Banking, Finance & Fashion Products

Brand New Black Banking, Finance & Fashion Products

MoCaFi is a financial network helping everyday people prosper with financial education, credit building tools, and a prepaid card program. Nearly 50% of Black and Hispanic households are unbanked or underbanked. MoCaFi helps you spend smarter by tracking bills and paydays, build credit by helping you report rent payments to…

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Black Owned Security Firm Opens $5.5 Million Headquarters In Black Neighborhood

Black Owned Security Firm Opens $5.5 Million Headquarters In Black Neighborhood

AGB Investigative Services was founded in 2001 as an investigation firm but today it exists as a full-service security provider. The firm's corporate clients include the likes of ComEd, Nicor and Walmart. AGB started in Illinois but today has a presence in California, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Philadelphia,…

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Middle Schooler Brothers Run A Bakery & Take College Courses

Middle Schooler Brothers Run A Bakery & Take College Courses

Shane and Nigel Mushambi of Missouri City, Texas are anything but ordinary middle schoolers. After winning a local baking competition for three straight years, the pair started Two Bros. in the Kitchen. The two brothers make a variety of treats, ranging from chocolate dipped pretzels to exquisite cakes. In addition…

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5-Year-Old Becomes Youngest CEO To Have Products In Target

5-Year-Old Becomes Youngest CEO To Have Products In Target

Photo taken from Lily Frilly IG You were probably concerned about when nap time was at 5 but Lily Adeleye has very different concerns. At the tender age of 5, this young entrepreneur just became the youngest CEO to ever have their products placed in Target for retail. Lily's company…

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3 New Black Brands You Actually Can Use

3 New Black Brands You Actually Can Use

A.I.C. Publications¬†is all about empowering people through literature. The book publishing industry is saturated with negative and destructive images, which are marketed heavily to the Black community. A.I.C. Publications is changing those narratives and also offering a host of literary products to inspire and uplift our community. The company is…

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This All-Black Town Had A Newspaper, Bank & College

This All-Black Town Had A Newspaper, Bank & College

Photo: Colored Agricultural and Normal University (Langston University) boys dorm In 1892 three Memphis men who owned a grocery store were lynched. Their crime was owning a store that competed favorably with a white owned store. One of the men, Thomas Moss, was a good friend of Ida B. Wells.…

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