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Black Founders, Funders and Investors Launch Innovative Companies to Make Communities Better | The Network Journal

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TNJ Staff, The Network Journal Peter Boyce II, cofounder, Rough Draft Ventures, Featured Image founders, funders and investors are launching some of the most innovative companies around. Here, we feature just a few: Iyinoluwa Samuel Aboyeji, cofounder, Flutterwave Inc. A payment technology firm that makes it easier for banks and businesses to process payments across Africa and worldwide. Co-founder, Andela, […]
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What the ‘Father of Black History’ Would Have Actually Wanted Americans to Do for Black History Month | Time

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Olivia B Waxman, Time Carter G. Woodson, the “father of black history.” Image: Library of Congress. Featured Image official theme of Black History Month 2019, “Black Migrations,” is a fitting one: not only is migration one of today’s most pressing political issues, but it’s also a key part of the annual observance’s own history. Black History Month’s roots can be […]
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The Women Behind The Songs: Jessie Mae Robinson | NPR

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MEREDITH OCHS, NPR Jessie Mae Robinson’s songs have been recorded by hundreds of artists, from Louis Jordan to Lana Del Rey. Courtesy of the Robinson family. Featured Image may know Wanda Jackson’s 1960s hit “Let’s Have a Party,” or even the versions performed by Led Zeppelin and Elvis Presley, but most will not recognize the name of the woman who […]
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