Nearly $156,000 has been raised from Blackout for Human Right‘s #JUSTICEFORFLINT event, where more than 2,000 people — the majority of which were Flint residents — packed the The Whiting Auditorium Sunday night in Flint, Michigan. To date, more than 4,000 people have contributed personal donations via text and online, both during and after the livestream broadcast of the event, which aired exclusively on REVOLT. tv. Read more →
As the serious impacts of the Flint Water Crisis continue to gain national awareness, Blackout for Human Rights today announced #JUSTICEFORFLINT, a special event taking place at The Whiting Auditorium (1241 E. Kearsley St.) in Flint, Michigan on Sunday, February 28that 5:30 p.m. EST to promote solidarity and support for communities affected by the water crisis. REVOLT TV will serve as principal media sponsor for the event.
Political Analyst, Media Commentator and Women’s Rights Advocate Zerlina Maxwell announced yesterday on Twitter that she has officially joined Hilary Clinton’s campaign as a Digital Outreach strategist. Read more →
This week, the tech world got some of that shiny and fabulous magical Black girl dust sprinkled on it when four Black women engineers took the stage as winners of the “Fastest Rising Startup Award” at Tech Crunch’s annual ceremony “The Crunchies” on behalf of instant messaging startup Slack. Read more →
In addition to being a force to be reckoned within the racial and social justice arenas, Black Lives Matter has helped usher forward a new era in online advocacy and organizing. With their prolific use of the hashtag and highly-sophisticated cross-city media and communications strategy, Black Lives Matter has demonstrated an aptitude for developing well-crafted and tightly-controlled messaging, even as its organizational infrastructure remains largely decentralized. Read more →
To most, the idea of starting something just to have it fail seems preposterous. Who would want to invest valuable time and energy into a project only to encounter unrelenting challenges and set-backs? Welcome to the world of entrepreneurship.
These days most social media users are quick on their feet when thinking up engaging attention-grabbing status updates. Whether on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or any other platform with a “less is more” policy, people are becoming more creative in communicating their thoughts and opinions. Yet when we think about it, how many perfectly good ideas have been left on walls and news feeds never to be further fleshed-out or explored? Read more →
One of the most important business components for any start-up is determining how to collect payment from customers. While there are lots of payment processing providers out there it’s imperative to take your time to assess the respective pros and cons in determining which is best suited to your unique business needs.
For Pastor Michael McBride, one of the foremost issues of concern facing Black men and boys today is that of simply belonging.
“Increasing and widening the circle of belonging and concern for me seems to be one of the biggest challenges,” he says. “We must make every effort to really create systems and structures that embrace young people, Black men and boys in particular.”