Sponsorships and donations have been pouring into the new Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture, which is set to open Sept. 24 on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
The role of African-Americans in the business world was the focus of a recent gathering of college-educated millennials.
According to a new report released this week, a Black household would need 228 years to accumulate the same wealth a white household has today, if the average Black family wealth continues to grow at the same pace it has ...
More than 100 young entrepreneurs were given the unique opportunity this month to start and enhance their businesses at the Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation's first annual "KidPreneur Day."
Two longtime D.C. entrepreneurs, Tony Cord and Michel Daley, have offered a new pathway toward opportunity.
The United States should be an integrated society and people of all races inherently equal and entitled to full privileges of citizenship. While we accept these values in the abstract, the reality is that ideals of integration and equality of ...
Many people decide to leave a legacy by contributing to their community through charitable giving.
In the most recent indication that the perception and treatment of people with disabilities is changing for the better, Goodwill Industries last month ended its program that allowed people with disabilities to be paid less than minimum wage.
Although many American families have modest financial means, there is nothing small about their hopes. Owning a home has long been an important part of the American dream.
In her address to the Democratic National Convention, Michelle Obama created a firestorm across America by saying, "I wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves."
Henderson Tours was the first travel agency to offer large, multi-group tours to West Africa.
Two longtime D.C. businessmen are offering a pathway to employment for city youths through a workforce development organization that aims to groom its participants for financial independence and entrepreneurship.
If you are one of the 77 million Americans who are hounded each year by debt collectors, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is taking on this $13 billion industry.
Who's funding Black Lives Matter? Who pays for their placards, phone calls, faxes, iPhones, internet and front-line activists' food, lodging and transportation?
As part of the Obama administration's efforts to normalize relations with Cuba, the U.S. Department of Transportation approved six domestic airline services for flights to the island.