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Black-Owned Industrial Bank Records $2.7 Million In New Deposits

There has been a growing national call for African Americans to strike a balance between fighting for civil rights and leveraging their economic potential. Black Lives Matter movement has done exemplarily well in questioning police brutality directed towards blacks.

Being Broke Can Be Turned Into An Advantage

Daymond John’s work as the CEO and founder of FUBU made a huge wave both in terms of influence and finance on the streetwear market in the 1990s. His work has led the company to $6 billion in product sales globally to date, and many also know him from his role as one of the investors on ABC’s Shark Tank, drawing in 7 million weekly viewers.


Trojans ‘Hurts’ after loss to Alabama

The college football game of the day on Saturday between the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide against the No. 20 USC Trojans. This contest held in the AT&T Stadium – home of the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington, Texas. The Trojans under the newly appointed leadership of coach Clay Helton, couldn’t have asked for a bigger, brighter, and grander stage to begin his era off with this season-opener. He had the opportunity to match the mastery and excellence of coach Nick Saban of Alabama. As Helton had mention prior to this game regarding facing Alabama, he said, "To be the best, you have to play the best." Well, that exactly what they got from the 2015 national champions.


Over 1,000 Still Need Rescue in North Carolina After Floods

Volunteer firefighters drove their military-surplus truck with 4-foot tires into dark floodwaters, after torrents from Hurricane Matthew sent the Lumber River overflowing its banks on North Carolina's coastal plain. Cruising past a mortuary, grocery and homes in a flooded area of Lumberton, they joined U.S. Marshals and water rescue teams from as far away as New York and New Jersey on Monday. They were focused on rescuing about 1,500 people who were trapped when the river unexpectedly rushed out of its banks, up their stairways and into buildings.

National Food Safety Month: Foodborne Illness Detection & Protection

In its ongoing commitment to food safety, the National Restaurant Association today announced this year’s National Food Safety Month (NFSM) theme: “Notorious Virus”- how to protect against the leading causes of foodborne illness.