Black Hollywood Rocking Black Luxury Designers

When it comes to fashion these days Black Hollywood is becoming more conscious of the names that they rock. In addition to big luxury brands like Gucci, Fendi, or Prada, they are now seeking out more diverse, high end brands, while still turning heads. Celebs like Michelle Obama and the Carters are not only spending […]

Top Black Basketball Recruits Playing Overseas To Avoid NCAA Exploitation

The NCAA is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with over $1 billion in annual revenue. That should sound contradictory to most logical thinking people. Top high school recruits are more educated than ever when it comes to knowing their worth. In today’s global economy, top athletes are finding ways around the NCAA and it’s free […]

Former NBA Player Masterminds $100 Million Cannabis Company

Legal marijuana is currently a $40 billion industry. It’s growing rapidly as more and more states across the country opt for cannabis legalization. It’s now legal medically in 33 states and recreationally in 10. Former Indiana Pacers 1st round draft pick Al Harrington is quickly becoming a major player in the industry with his cannabis […]

Agents Of Change: Black Women Making History In The Sports Industry Today

The only constant in life is that everything changes. In 2019 it seems like society is changing at a rapid pace. In the historically white male dominated, multi-billion dollar sports representation industry, Black women are creating real change. Sports agents Lisa Joseph-Metelus and Nicole Lynn are both blazing a trail in the sports industry. Extreme […]

Once A Prisoner, Champ Bernard Hopkins Now Honored By Temple University

It’s not where you start but where you finish. Bernard Hopkins grew up in the Raymond Rosen housing projects in Philadelphia — it was tough sledding. By the time he turned 13 he was well into a life of crime and had been stabbed a few times. At the age of 17 Bernard Hopkins was […]

John Singleton Remembered As A Pioneer In Black Cinema

The movie Green Book was released in 2018 with much criticism. For Black audiences the movie was a betrayal — it explored a sobering chapter of our history from a very non-Black perspective. Our reaction to Green Book is John Singleton’s legacy. In a very short time we have shifted from the expectation that our […]

Black Woman With Lil Wayne’s Sport Agency Is First To Rep A Top 3 NFL Pick

Harriett Tubman probably looked on with joy when the New York Jets took Quinnen Williams with the number 3 pick in this year’s NFL Draft. Williams is represented by Nicole Lynn, the first Black woman to represent a top 3 NFL Draft pick. NFL agents receive a commission of up to 3 percent of a […]

Serena Williams Launches Venture Capital Fund For Women, People Of Color

Less than 1% of American venture capital-backed founders are Black. In 2018 firms led by women received only 2.2% of all venture funds. There is a serious problem in the venture capital space and ultimately, Black people are suffering because of it. As always, a Black woman is stepping up to do something about it. […]

Magic Johnson Joining Forces With Ice Cube To Buy Sports Networks From Disney

“Shut up and dribble” just doesn’t work for Magic Johnson, apparently. Johnson is over halfway to billionaire status but apparently, he’s still hungry. Having acquired ESPN and other interests, Disney is in a position where it needs to offload 21 California regional sports networks. Ice Cube had previously declared his intention to bid for the […]

Check Out This Black Owned Movie Theater

Black people are making moves on camera, in production and now it just makes sense that we get a piece of the theater dollar, too. Next Act Cinema is the first Black owned movie theater in Baltimore. The 3,000 square foot theater opened its doors last month, instantly creating a new destination for DMV moviegoers. […]