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Joe Biden’s Plan for Empowering Black America

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior Correspondent  @StacyBrownMedia  When former Vice President Joe Biden sat for an exclusive live stream…

Landsman pushes to protect workers, Black-owned businesses, most vulnerable

By Umeirra Savan Herald Contributor Recent legislation supported by Cincinnati City Councilman Greg Landsman passed City Council and will protect…

Councilmember Kearney announces #CincyBuyBlackThursdays

By Anthony B. Johnson Policy Director Office of Councilwoman  Jan-Michele Kearney Councilmember Jan-Michele Kearney announced #CincyBuyBlackThursdays, a public campaign calling…

Bringing Black-owned insurance to Cincinnati

By Camille Williams The Cincinnati Herald Christopher Owens is helping a Black-owned, Cleveland-based insurance firm find its home in Cincinnati.…

Cintrifuse, JP Morgan Chase team up to ignite women and minority owned businesses

Submitted by Centrifuse “Managing a business is no small feat––there isn’t a lot of spare time to go around. That’s…

Moncor working to save our youth

By E. Selean Holmes Herald Contributor Kareem Moncree-Moffett, Ph.D., started Moncor LLC, a management consultant service in 1995. Moncor holds…

Teen chef runs Harper House of Sweets, home of the gourmet marshmallow

By H. Penn Herald Contributor   After 17-year-old Kennedy Harper suffered a concussion in a bus accident, as part of…

Cincinnati Chamber recognizes seven regional leaders currently Regional Chamber honors history-makers, Feb. 28

The inaugural class of “We are Making Black History” honorees are, from left, Kick Lee, Dr. Whitney Gaskins, Means Cameron,…

Swain Consulting joins WEBNC

Swain Consulting, LLC, a business specializing in the Federal Work Opportunity Tax Credit program and financial consulting is proud to…

Fifth Third Bank Gives the Collective Empowerment Group of Cincinnati Funds to Assist with Business Development Training Program

Fifth Third Bank recently gave the Collective Empowerment Group of Cincinnati $65,000 to assist with their business development training program.…