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Black Business Scholarship
The Black Business Scholarship presented by TheBlack.Blog looks to support black businesses across the U.S. that are making a difference. Scholars are selected each quarter via a nomination system.
Congratulations to Bene Beauty by Bri.
Bene Beauty by Bri received the Black Business Scholarship for the third quarter of 2022.
Fourth Quarter 2022 Scholarship Cycle
The scholarship cycle for the fourth quarter of 2022 closed on December 31, 2022. Take a look at all of the nominees.
Annual Juneteenth Business Expo
Juneteenth Business Expo opens annually on June 17-June 19, allowing customers to browse and purchase products and/or services from vendors.
All products and/or services are priced at $18.65 in honor of Juneteenth.
The Vendor Inquiry Form for the 2023 Juneteenth Business Expo is now open.
To start the Series Bonus edition of the National Black Business Month: Interview Series presented by TheBlack.Blog, we spoke with La’Toni Cromes…Keep reading
For Interview 2 of the Series Bonus edition of the National Black Business Month: Interview Series presented by TheBlack.Blog, we…Keep reading
NBBM Interview Series
August was National Black Business Month. To celebrate National Black Business Month we released a month-long interview series featuring black businesses across the country.
The interviews offered an in-depth look into the featured businesses and their individual missions.
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About The Founder
Hello, I’m Heaven Charniece. I am the founder and CEO of TheBlack.Blog and HeavieTalk Media. The year 2020 was eye-opening for me to say the least. I created The Black Blog because I realized the need for US, to have a safe space that protects and showcases our culture, heritage, and excellence.