Capital Growth Partners hosts town hall for President Biden’s Internet for All initiative

By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Megan Sayles is a Report for America Corps member. Capital Growth Partners, a business advisory firm,  assembled broadband providers, information technology (IT) professionals, digital divide consultants and leaders from the National Telecommunications Information Administration (NTIA) to discuss opportunities in President Biden’s Internet for All initiative. In 2021 Congress


Now and Later and La La Anthony team up to spotlight self-care companies for national Black business month

By BlackPressUSA In continued support of go-getters and changemakers in the Black community, the candy brand Now and Later is launching the “Pause Now, Hustle Later” initiative. The program is a partnership with media personality, entrepreneur and candy lover La La Anthony. The business is spotlighting five emerging Black-owned businesses in the self-care space and


The Dad Gang creates community in D.C.

By J Pamela Stills, Special to the AFRO Not more than three months after its last march in June that took place in Brooklyn, New York, The Dad Gang was marching again; this time in the District.  Dads from across the Washington, D.C. metro converged at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial to celebrate fatherhood.