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“The National Urban League has been championing the elevation of Black lives and empowerment of Black communities for over 110 years,” says Marc H. Morial, President and CEO of National Urban League. “With NIKE, Inc.'s investment, we’ll be able to both get more people to work in living wage jobs soon after incarceration and expand homeownership opportunities for Black individuals and families across the United States.”

The singer, dancer, and fashion enthusiast can now add creative director to her growing list of talents.

The athletic gear company is standing up to discrimination with the help of some of the best Black athletes of our generation.

The 2016 Rio Olympics may officially be over, but that doesn’t mean that some of your favorite athletes just disappear for another four years. While their names were on everyone’s lips in Rio, athletic superstars and Olympic gold medalists Serena Williams, Gabby Douglas and Simone Biles found time to star in a new ad for […]

Watch the video above to see how these stars made their millions.

The deal surpasses previous partnerships between Nike and other players like Michael Jordan and Oklahoma City's Kevin Durant. And it's a first for Nike, who's never completed a lifetime deal with an athlete. Both parties released statements.

Fresh off the heels of Minister Louis Farrakhan’s Justice or Else rally and calls for a boycott of Christmas shopping, many African-Americans are looking for…

In 2014, the businessman made $100 million dollars from his Air Jordan brand -- he only raked in $94 million during his 15-year-career.