It was a fellow educator who helped James Ford imagine the ways he could impact the educational system.
National Mentoring Month: James Ford talks about his top mentor and the advice he got
Meet local TV meteorologist Tony Sadiku, a Qcity Newcomer
Along with telling stories about the region’s ever-changing weather, Tony Sadiku is a personal trainer who wants to mentor young kids in the community.
National Mentoring Month: 3 questions with GreenLight Fund’s Carrie Cook
Carrie Cook, founder of EmpowHERment Inc. and executive director of GreenLight Fund – Charlotte, shares lessons learned from her mentors.
BLKTECHCLT and Carolina Fintech Hub partner to offer paid training and jobs in tech
New partnership focuses on recruiting local Black IT professionals for six-month training program that concludes with full-time position.
The show must go on: OnQ Productions temporarily comes out of hiatus for ‘Soulful Noel’
Despite the theater company’s ongoing hiatus, OnQ is back with ‘Soulful Noel,’ bringing contemporary renditions to your favorite Christmas classics.
25 female politicians honored during local “Celebration of Women Elected to Office”
The Black Women’s Caucus of Charlotte-Mecklenburg and the Charlotte Women’s March honored 25 local women during their annual recognition ceremony.
On World AIDS Day, this health advocate offers 3 ways you can raise awareness
Solita Jefferies has spent 15 years spotlighting health issues in communities of color.
The Made Man Foundation honors local male leaders
Nearly 30 Black male leaders will be recognized at The Made Man Honors ceremony on Nov. 29, including honorees Shaun Corbett, Tory Dandy and Rodrick Banks.
Q&A with The Creator’s Lawyer Ticora Davis, speaker at Facebook Community Boost
Facebook selected this trademark attorney to participate in the two-day event on social media use for business growth.
My entrepreneurship journey: Terrance & Denean Jackson, serial entrepreneurs
The couple owns a flooring company, a clothing brand, an interior design firm and real estate properties.
HBCU grad tapped as honorary grand marshal for Thanksgiving Day parade
Novant Health’s Tanya Blackmon will serve as the honorary grand marshal in the 71st annual Novant Health Thanksgiving Day Parade on Nov. 22.
5 stories of entrepreneurship as we celebrate National Entrepreneurs’ Day
We’re revisiting five of our top feature stories ahead of National Entrepreneurs’ Day on Nov. 20.
Have we finally dropped the stigma around Black infertility?
Local advocates and celebrities — like Michelle Obama and Gabrielle Union — rekindle talks about Black infertility.
Black-owned breakfast eatery coming to 7th Street Public Market
Gregory and Subrina Collier transfer their popular contemporary breakfast restaurant, The Yolk, from Rock Hill to uptown Charlotte.
The search has ended for a Charlotte woman whose racially charged rant toward two black women went viral. Susan Westwood, […]