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It’s Time for Corporations to Push for Social Change

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On Tuesday, June 2nd of 2020, Instagram went dark. According to AdAge, over 950 companies participated in Blackout Tuesday, showing support for the Black community. It’s been over a year. Where are we now? The movement claiming to be “showing up” turned into just a show. Many companies acknowledged injustices and some made vague commitments to […]

National Clean Water Collective Is Helping Communities Impacted By The U.S. Water Crisis

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In cities across the U.S., many communities are facing issues identical to the Flint water crisis. Clean water is in short supply leaving many without tap water to drink, cook with, and/or bathe in. But the National Clean Water Collective (NCWC) is filling that void and providing so many people with an essential need. Read […]

BOSS Up’s Entrepreneurship Summit was a hit

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“Boss up is a way of life. When you boss up you stop thinking of yourself as a consumer and start thinking of yourself as a producer.” – Dr. Michael H Casson Jr, Director of University Center for Economic Development and International Trade at Delaware State University.    This past weekend, Boss UP held its […]

Master P and James Lindsay Team Up To Launch Boss Up Bank

Master P and the founder of Rap Snacks James Lindsay have announced a new joint venture: Boss Up Bank. They both spoke with AllHipHop to discuss this new project and its significance to the Black community. “Our model is based upon improving trust within the underbanked community. One way of doing that is by creating opportunities […]