Last year, when the world was on lockdown and people were gathering in the streets to protest the murders of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, we witnessed the positive change a community can bring. Sparked by the increasing power of the Black Lives Matter movement,
Slutty Vegan, an Atlanta based vegan burger shop, is defying restaurant odds during these tumultuous times and thriving more than ever. Pinky Cole, founder and CEO of Slutty Vegan ATL, had her concerns, as did many other restaurant owners, at the beginning of the pandemic.
Google. We all know this large tech company that, over the years, has completely implemented itself into our daily lives. From using their search engine to using their products, Google is one of the most popular large corporations in the world—no one can deny that.
In the age of social media, many teenagers within Gen Z have been able to use Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and TikTok as ways to make money. Gaining millions of followers, many of these well-known teenagers have managed to build brands for themselves well before the
I was raised by a single mother and two amazing grandparents who lived down the street. My grandfather was a retired United States Marine who worked a civil service job after doing his 20 years. My grandmother raised her family then helped raise me. She
A big thing that we have faced in the United States since the beginning of time is the systematic racial injustices millions have to face every day just being in America. The fight for justice has never been more important than it is now. It
Last week, many Chicago Chase Bank branches were closed temporarily as protesters called for racial equity and lending from the nation’s largest bank. The practice of denying various services by federal government agencies, local governments, as well as as the private sector based on race,
With so many companies vocalizing their support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement, it’s so easy to jump on the band wagon and post a blackout photo on social media and then go about your day. However, what really matters is taking action. If you’re a business
The proverbial “American Dream”: To have a big house, a family, a car, a white picket fence, and a dog. This was the stereotypical thought of what it was to be American over the last half century. This idea, implanted in our minds for generations,