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Celebrating Bianca Pitman: Pioneer in Women’s Health

by Jade Coley Women’s Health Advocate, Sacred Womb Healer, Birth Doula, Podcaster, Yoni Steam Facilitator, and new mommy, Bianca Pitman has launched a new product from her Be You Beauty line, Divine Yoni Liquid Wash. Bianca’s natural and holistic remedies for reproductive care are changing the way women engage with the most powerful and vulnerable […]

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Building a Path to Generational Wealth Through Homeownership

Homeownership has long been a symbol of the American dream. Our homes often represent far more than just shelter – they’re central to family life and building strong communities. The economic impact of homeownership can’t be overlooked either. Homes are the largest source of wealth for Americans, which makes buying a home one of the

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Dr. Helene Gayle: How Spelman College’s President Serves as a Leader in the HBCU Community

by Sebastian Castro Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) were created after the Civil War to provide a space for African Americans to receive higher education. At that point in time, the majority of institutions were still segregated and denied African Americans the right to attend. Today, there are 101 institutions in the United States

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The Rise of BRICS, And How to Get Skin in the Game

By The Harlem Times Staff BRICS, the economic block comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (among others), has been making waves in the global economy in recent years. The group represents a significant portion of the world’s population and economic output, with a combined GDP of more than $16 trillion. As the bloc

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Black small business owners more optimistic, ready for growth in 2024

Sponsored by JPMorgan Chase & Co. Despite continuing concerns about inflation and economic uncertainty, Black small business owners are more optimistic about 2024 compared to small business owners overall, according to JPMorgan Chase’s 2024 Business Leaders Outlook survey. Optimism this year starts at home, with Black (77%) small business owners more positive about the outlook for

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Black Public Media Awards $610,000 to Film and Immersive Media Projects

Celebrated filmmaker Sam Pollard was presented BPM’s Trailblazer Award at PitchBLACK Awards NEW YORK (April 26, 2024) — Black Public Media (BPM) awarded a total of $610,000 to film and immersive projects and creatives at its seventh PitchBLACK Forum — the largest pitch competition for independent filmmakers and creative technologists developing new projects about the global Black experience —

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Is it Time to Consider Bitcoin as a Savings Option?

by THT Staff In today’s digital age, there are more options than ever before when it comes to saving and investing money. Traditional savings accounts and investment portfolios have long been the go-to choices for individuals looking to grow their wealth over time. However, with the rise of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, many people are starting

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Women’s History Month Q&A with Tamara Suvil

Women’s History Month is a time to come together to celebrate and recognize the achievements and contributions of women throughout the years. For this Women’s History Month, we sat down Tamara Suvil, a New Jersey-based Community Manager at JPMorgan Chase who connects diverse individuals to financial health resources. She discusses her career journey, shares tips

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Building a More Inclusive Economy: Q&A with JPMorgan Chase’s Thelma Ferguson

Sponsored by JPMorgan Chase & Co. All communities should have the resources they need to strengthen their economic futures. This Black History Month, JPMorgan Chase is affirming their commitment to breaking down barriers — including the racial wealth gap — and promoting opportunity for all.  In recognition of Black History Month, we connected with Thelma

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