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Louis E. Lomax: The Man Who Introduced Malcolm X to the Masses

Born in 1922, Louis E. Lomax was raised by a prominent Valdosta, Georgia, family who pruned him from youth for his eventual greatness. From educating and authoring, to reporting and broadcasting Malcolm X and...

The Day in 1939 That Jane Matilda Bolin Made History as the Country’s First...

In 2007, the nation mourned the passing of Jane Bolin, a legendary icon in the American judiciary system. It was on July 22, 1939 that she made history when she was sworn in as...

Fearless, Black and Female: 10 African-American Women Who Are Entrepreneurial Powerhouses

Construction/Manufacturing: Gail Warrior Warrior is founder/CEO of Warrior Group, a commercial construction company headquartered in Dallas. Since 2009, her company has ranked in the Top 10 of the Dallas Business Journal’s 100 Largest Woman-Owned Businesses in North...

Cirque Owner’s 5 Tips for African-American Female Entrepreneurs in Atlanta

If you’ve ever visited one of the popular daiquiri lounges in Atlanta or Savannah, Georgia, chances are it was owned by Kechia Matadin. A vet in the industry since the late '90s, Matadin got her start...

Alice Coachman Davis: Why the First Black Female Olympic Gold Medalist Remained Largely Unheard...

  It wasn’t until her death this time last year that many had ever heard the name Alice Coachman Davis. She should’ve been praised among the ranks of legendary Olympic athletes, though she never reached the...

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