The rebirth of golf at Florida’s oldest HBCU

By New York Amsterdam News The uniforms were the start. Black skorts and orange, purple, red and white polos with a glow-in-the-dark logo. The young women on the Edward Waters University golf team really, really liked that one-of-a-kind logo. The six asked their coach, Kelly Allen, if they could leave practice early. They wanted to


What’s in a name: do you own you?

By Teri Williams As the largest Black-owned bank in America and first Black-owned digital bank, OneUnited wants to make sure our community owns the brands we build. Many times, we do not take the necessary steps to secure the ownership of our name. Let’s say you have a great business and a great name. Do


Baltimore DPW launches training initiative for diverse, small businesses to compete as prime contractors in city

By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Mayor Brandon Scott and Department of Public Works (DPW) Director Jason Mitchell recently announced a new initiative to help minority- and women-owned small businesses compete as prime contractors with the city of Baltimore.  The two-phase DPW Unbundling Initiative will provide mentoring to local diverse businesses, which tend to


Donald Lawrence, Yolanda Adams Reimagine Twinkie Clark’s “In Him There Is No Sorrow”

GRAMMY Award-winning producer, songwriter, and recording artist Donald Lawrence debuts a new single and music video, “In Him There Is No Sorrow,” honoring Twinkie Clark’s beloved song with a newly-recorded performance by Yolanda Adams. The chart-topping, legendary gospel maestro Lawrence has created this new single going out to gospel radio, teaming up with GRAMMY-winning gospel