It's officially the Holiday Season! Traditionally, the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping goes into full swing the day after Thanksgiving. With many brick and mortar stores as well as online sites having storewide sales in effect for Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Tuesday, who can't resist taking advantage?

Check out a list of our favorite Black-owned beauty businesses to support this upcoming Black Friday inside.

Some may ask, why would God give his children an illness? I spoke to two fellow women of God who also have Type 1 Diabetes about their life with this autoimmune disease...

The chance of car accidents, theft, and robbery increases as the holidays approach. With that being said, staying safe during the holidays requires a combination of being aware of potential hazards and taking proactive precautions. Here are ten safety precautions to help you stay safe throughout the holiday season. Remember, staying safe during the holidays […] The post 10 Tips to Stay Safe During The Holidays appeared first on 97.9 The Beat.

Police have now identified the two Riverdale Elementary School students who tragically lost their lives on Monday morning in a vehicular accident outside the school.

Bishop Carlton D. Pearson died Sunday night at the age of 70 after a battle with cancer. The news was posted on his Facebook account. “We are saddened to inform you that Bishop Carlton D’Metrius Pearson, one of the most popular and influential preachers in America and around the world, who sacrificed everything for a […]

Heads up! Up to $20,000 in ride-share credits will be made available to Marylanders throughout the holiday season. Beginning at 4 p.m. this Wednesday, interested Marylanders will be able to claim $20 in rideshare credits during the holiday season while supplies last. The credits are In partnership with the Governors Highway Safety Association as well as […] The post Here’s How You Could Get A Free Lyft Ride In Maryland This Holiday Season appeared first on 92 Q.

A series of "Karen" videos showing women weaponizing their whiteness against Black people underscore why racial profiling stories still matter so much. The post 3 ‘Karens’ And A ‘Karen’ Cop: These Viral Videos Show Why Racial Profiling Reports Still Matter appeared first on NewsOne.

Toward the end of the game, Knicks fans at Capital One Arena started to chant "Let's Go Knicks". BreAnna Holmes asked Deni Avdija after the game how those chants…

An advocate is someone who publicly supports a particular cause and we have a lot of amazing advocates in the Type 1 Diabetes community! Learn more about two of them and what they're doing for Diabetics all over the nation...

Following Veterans Day, Russ Parr used this "Russ Rant" to honor his dad, Lt. Colonel Thomas Parr III, who passed away over the summer. The post Russ Rant: A Tribute To Lt. Colonel Thomas Parr III And What Veterans Day Should Mean appeared first on Black America Web.

Between 2001 and 2011, declines in cancer death rates for Black, Hispanic, and white youth were similar, ranging from 15% to 17%. However, only rates for white youth continued to decline through 2021. The post Childhood Cancer Death Rates For Black And Hispanic Children Stopped Improving After 2011, Study Shows appeared first on NewsOne.