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Tatiana Elizabeth: The Life of a Beauty Entrepreneur

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Model and beauty entrepreneur Tatiana Elizabeth created skinBUTTR out of the comfort of her home. Coming to the conclusion that she wasn’t the only person dealing with skin issues, she leaped into action and turned her passion into a business. After taking $100 and investing it into a Shopify account, she concocted a product, posted it on the site, and started generating revenue. What was once a hobby quickly became a fully-fledged business. She now balances her business with her modeling career and her day-to-day activities as an influencer.

The Takeover is a web series that gives you a bird’s eye view into the life of four influencers and the BLACK ENTERPRISE team, as they take over the MGM properties exploring all the amazing attractions that the resort has to offer.

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Entrepreneur Creates ‘Raising Black Millionaires’ Flashcards To Teach Youth About Building Wealth

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Representation is everything. In an effort to teach children about the importance of entrepreneurship and building wealth, a Black-owned media company based in New Orleans created a flashcard game that highlights the journeys of Black millionaires and billionaires, the Chicago Defender reported. The cards—which are a part of a collection dubbed Raising Black Millionaires Flashcards—features the stories of 52 entrepreneurs and business moguls who have garnered wealth across different industries. Each card includes the individual’s backstory and the awards and accomplishments that they’ve made throughout their careers. Entrepreneur Thiah Veona Muhammad, who created the cards, believed it was important for children to see examples of Black wealth outside of the entertainment and sports industries. “I think it’s imperative that we, as Black people, know who our millionaires and billionaires are, more specifically those who are in business and are non-entertainers/athletes,” Muhammad said in a statement, according to the news outlet. “Showing them real examples of people who look like them, making millions in various industries will not only help them to identify themselves as people of greatness, but it will introduce them to industries that they likely have never been exposed to before, giving them more career choices.” Amongst the business

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VIVICA A. FOX SHARES TIPS ABOUT HER HUSTLE

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Vivica A. Fox opened up about her illustrious career in Hollywood, running a business, and her unbeatable hustle earlier this month at the Enterprising Women of Color Forum, an event powered by the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) and Essence magazine.

The forum, which served to empower women entrepreneurs with wealth-building resources, was held at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., during the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Annual Legislature Conference. The half-day event included an interactive workshop facilitated by Irene Walker, the program manager at Facebook’s Level Up, and a panel discussion moderated by reality star and entrepreneur Robyn Dixon of Bravo’s Real Housewives of Potomac.

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BARBER OPENS HARLEM’S FIRST MOBILE BARBERSHOP AFTER GETTING PRICED OUT OF STOREFRONT

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Over the last decade, the sharp rise in the cost of housing, public transportation, and other life necessities make it challenging for the working-class to maintain a decent standard of living, especially in New York City. And, if that‘s not enough to contend with, gentrification is an economic weight making it even harder to keep one’s head above water.

Just ask Linwood Dillard, III. He is a 36-year-old lifetime resident of Harlem, NY, and a former business partner in the Designs and Lines storefront barbershop, until it was gentrified in 2017. The barbershop was equipped with a premium sound system and flat-screen televisions and was located in Central Harlem on Malcolm X Boulevard, and just two blocks from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Although Dillard believed in self-reliance and had a dream, the ruthless stranglehold of gentrification forced him out of business.

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