Black Videographer Launches Tech Startup to Increase Black Representation in the Digital Media Industry

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Image: BlackBusiness By BlackBusiness Meet Imani Lee, MBA, founder of Black Stock Footage, LLC, a new stock video platform that is 100% focused on Black people, cultures, hues, phenotypes, and activities. The early-stage tech startup will empower video content creators with better access to stock footage that makes it easier for […]

BET FOUNDER ROBERT JOHNSON PUSHES $14 TRILLION REPARATIONS PROPOSAL THAT HE SAYS WILL CLOSE RACIAL WEALTH GAP

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Image: BET Founder Robert Johnson (Twitter/@Face2FaceAfrica by Derek Major America’s first Black billionaire and Black Entertainment Television co-founder Robert Johnson doubts a reparations check will ever come, but he is still pushing his $14 billion reparations proposal. Johnson, who appeared on CNBC’s Squawk Box Monday, believes now is the right time to push Black Americans […]

Meet the first all-Black classical symphony orchestra to feature at Carnegie Hall in its 130-yr history

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After more than two and half decades after the Gateways Musical Festival was assembled, it makes its debut history making appearance at Carnegie Hall as the first all-Black orchestra to grace their stage. Photo: Gateways Musical Festival By AMA NUNOO | Staff Writer for Face2Face Africa The Gateways Music Festival Orchestra, a group […]

Sha’Carri Richardson Bolts into History and into Tokyo Olympics

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by GDN Shared Post With lightning-like quickness and a will to dominate, Sha’Carri Richardson is on her way to the Olympics in Tokyo. The 21-year-old native of Dallas, Texas, won the women’s 100-meter final during the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials. Richardson’s victory came in just 10.86 seconds – amazingly, […]

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