Check out The 2022 Academy Museum Gala
This weekend the biggest and brightest of film, tv, and pop culture gathered at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angelos for the 2022 Academy Museum Gala. This second iteration marked the one-year anniversary of the...
Amazon partners with Hampton University
Trillion dollar ecommerce giant is is investing in Hampton University, an HBCU in Hampton Virginia. The students at Hampton will have the opportunity to learn first hand about robotics, and other STEM career paths. Presently Amazon has partnered with Hampton to offer...
Meet this young black entrepreneur.
Cori Gordon, 29 was raised by Jamaican parents who taught the importance of education and self empowerment. She now is in business with a trillion dollar company. Learn More
From $38k to $1m…
How would you like to go from making $38,000 a year to running your million dollar business? This young man made it happen, and so can you . Hear his story. Learn More
14-Year Old kid Genius!
So what exactly where you doing at 14 years old. How about attending a top HBCU on a full ride scholarship. This young teen is doing just that. Learn More
Black Banks loan $25m to MLS
Major League Soccer has been given a loan by America's largest Black owned backs. The loan will be used to empower Black communities around the country. The partnership with the MLS was organized by the national Black bank group, National Black Bank Foundation...
91 years of Black Investing!
Black investing within the Baltimore Black community is alive. A fine group of Black men came together in 1931 to begin investing and teaching themselves how to invest. This was the original founding of the Club of Baltimore. Learn More
A unique new Black social app
Check this new audio-visual social media networking app for the Black community worldwide.
Black Wall Street : Tulsa , New home to black tech
Black tech start ups are changing the landscape of business in Tulsa, OK. Tulsa is the location of the aweful massacre in 1921 of hundreds of Black Americans. Learn More
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Serena Ventures raises $111m
Serena Williams has just announced that her venture capital firm, Serena Ventures, has raised $111 million dollars in an inaugural fund. “As an angel investor, you can only do so much,” the world-class athlete, businesswoman, and philanthropist told BLACK...
Black History : Moving forward…
Well Black History Month is a wrap. Its been an historic month for me. We began our launch of blackwallstreet.net Each day I committed to posting something new on our blog. If you missed anything check it out all the posts right here. Now we are jumping...
Black History : Florida State Black Chamber
Congratulations Florida has organized a state-wide black chamber of commerce. What this means is what? This means an organized advocacy on the state level for business resources targeting black chambers and entrepreneurs around the state of...
Black History : We are Launching
Black History : Ketanji Brown Jackson
President Joe Biden nominated on Friday, February 25, 2022, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to be the first Black Female on the United States Supreme Court. Jackson serves as a federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. ...
Black History : Daniel A. Payne
One of the most important figures in the African Methodist Episcopal Church during the nineteenth century in America, Bishop Daniel A Payne was born a free man on February 24, 1811 in Charleston, South Carolina. One of the most important figures in the African...
Black History : W.E.B Dubois
W.E.B. Du Bois was born on February 23, 1868 in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Du Bois was a historian, civil rights activist, sociologist and author. Learn More
Black History : Barbara Jordan
Barbara Jordan, one of America's finest congressional orators, was born on February 21, 1936 in Houston, Texas. She was the first African American to deliver a keynote to the National Democratic Convention. Learn More
Black History : Frederick Douglass
One of America’s greatest orators, Frederick Douglass died on February 20, 1895 in Washington, DC at age 77. Learn More