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Who doesn’t love FREE things?! How about a free ride? If you stay in Columbus, Ohio then you can have both! 4.5 million dollars was approved by The Central Ohio Transit Authority to help manage the traffic and parking issues Downtown. June 1st is the launch date and its set to last for 31 months. 1.3 […]

Asking for a raise is not always an easy task for most women on the job. More times than not, many women in the workplace would prefer to not rock the boat by seeking more than what is already being provided to them in terms of salary. Maybe it is the fear of rejection, or […]

For entrepreneur, fashionista, writer, speaker and all around fly Black woman Tai Beauchamp, making “money moves” isn’t just about the dollar. In fact, it’s about empowering herself and other young women to live their best lives. We caught up with her in her element, where she shared some serious wisdom with us – namely that […]

Source: Eric Audrus / Getty There are few greater joys than getting an offer letter for your first “real” job after graduating college or graduate school. You feel a sense of success, as well as relief, that you can start actually paying for groceries with higher nutritional value and making a dent on your student […]

4/12/17- Roland Martin talks to the Chairman of Hope Global Forums, John Hope Bryant about the importance of building wealth and being around like-minded money individuals. “Noting changes your life more today other than God and love than moving your credit score. We’re moving credit scores 120 points on the streets. Poverty has nothing to […]

In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell talks about her long-established habit of giving. She discusses giving to the ministry at events, and recalls an event where the speaker was preaching about giving beyond where you are; giving in your faith. An example of this would be writing checks based off of what you […]

In this edition of GRIFF’s Prayer, GRIFF asks God to help kids cut parents some slack when it comes to giving gifts this Christmas. The items on kids’ wish lists seem to just keep getting more and more expensive, and who can realistically afford all of these fancy gadgets every year? GRIFF asks that God […]

Yes, Black women in STEM do exist and they are killing it! University of Central Florida’s first African-American female chemistry professor has been awarded a huge grant to improve techniques for investigating rape. According to the Atlanta Black Star, Dr. Candice Bridge was granted a whopping $324,000 from the National Institute of Justice to review […]

In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell talks about her long-established habit of giving. She discusses giving to the ministry at events, and recalls an event where the speaker was preaching about giving beyond where you are; giving in your faith. An example of this would be writing checks based off of what you […]