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HOW TO: Run Your Business Online with $10 and a Google Account << Mashable

HOW TO: Run Your Business Online with $10 and a Google Account << Mashable

via mashable.com So you still don’t have a website or blog and you’re wondering how to get things up and running with very little money. This post tells you how…

TheCASHFLOW – Pharrell Teaches Kids How to Become Millionaires

TheCASHFLOW – Pharrell Teaches Kids How to Become Millionaires

TheCASHFLOW – Pharrell’s Kidult Youth Conference Saturday in NYC. Some of you old heads might want to take notice. NYC youth ages 14 to 21 will get some great educational…

Notre Dame Names First Black Valedictorian [Frost Illustrated]

Notre Dame Names First Black Valedictorian [Frost Illustrated]

Being a proud Gary, Indiana native, it’s only fitting that we feature this article about Katie Washington, Notre Dame’s first black valedictorian. She attended West Side High School in G.I.,…

Entire Senior Class from Chicago High School is Accepted to College

Entire Senior Class from Chicago High School is Accepted to College

The Chicago Tribune reports that Urban Prep Academy for Young Men is announcing that all 107 seniors of the 2010 class were accepted into four year colleges across the nation.…

President Obama Commits to Education at HBCUs

President Obama Commits to Education at HBCUs

Last week President Obama signed an executive order which renews the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities. “It was because of these schools that America’s middle class…

UNCF and Verizon Wireless Offer BHM Scholarships to High School Senior Essayists

UNCF and Verizon Wireless Offer BHM Scholarships to High School Senior Essayists

Verizon Wireless and the United Negro College Fund announced a partnership to offer scholarships to high school seniors in honor of Black History Month. Amounts range from $2,500 to $5,000…

LAGRANT Foundation funded $150,000 by Edison International

LAGRANT Foundation funded $150,000 by Edison International

Edison International announced a commitment to contribute $150,000 over three years to The LAGRANT Foundation (TLF) through 2011. The LAGRANT Foundation’s mission is to increase the ethnic minority numbers in…

‘Girls Going Places’ Entrepreneurship Awards Program: Deadline Feb 26

‘Girls Going Places’ Entrepreneurship Awards Program: Deadline Feb 26

Guardian’s Girls Going Places Entrepreneurship Awards Program is entering its tenth year in 2010, and continues to accept entries through February 26. The award is designed to encourage the enterprising…

Payless ShoeSource & Urban League Partner for Minority Scholarships

Payless ShoeSource & Urban League Partner for Minority Scholarships

For the second year running Payless ShoeSource will offer the Payless Inspiring Possibilities Scholarship program in partnership with the National Urban League (NUL). The program is focused on raising money…

Marketing to Affluent African Americans: Book Released March 16

Marketing to Affluent African Americans: Book Released March 16

Black is the New Green: Marketing to Afluent African Americans is a  new book providing perspective on the Black community’s growing market share. Authored by Andrea Hoffman and Len Burnett, the release date…

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