Good News

William Tate IV has been appointed to become Louisiana State University’s president; making him the first Black person to assume the position in the school’s 161-year history.

Actress, writer and producer Natasha Rothwell has inked a production deal with ABC Signature.

Tennis phenom Naomi Osaka will open youth sports academies in Haiti and Los Angeles.

North Carolina A&T State University logged a recording-breaking milestone in terms of fundraising.

A collective of Black and brown-owned businesses have teamed up to combat food insecurity in Chicago.

Dr. Margaret Towolawi is the woman behind the first Black-owned direct primary care clinic in the state of Washington.

Before being drafted, Pittsburgh Steelers player Najee Harris hosted a party at the homeless shelter where he and his family once lived.

Songstress Beyoncé has teamed up with bespoke jewelry designer Lorraine Schwartz for the creation of scholarships for aspiring gemologists.

Rapper Big Sean and his mother Myra Anderson are launching a video series for Mental Health Awareness Month.

Songstress Ciara and her husband NFL player Russell Wilson surprised a group of Seattle-based middle school students with money management tips for Financial Literacy Month.

Mastercard announced it would make a multi-million dollar investment in the Fearless Fund.