Woman Of the Year: Taylor Moxey

It’s that time of the year again for Black Soultuions to salute our “Woman of the Year,” and this year we are giving the title to Ms. Taylor Moxey. Taylor is a 12-year-old who has done some extraordinary things at such a young age. … More Woman Of the Year: Taylor Moxey

Black inspirational Spotlight: Cari Champion

From running her own organization ​Brown Girls Dream​ and being an anchor on​ ESPN​, Cari Champion is the definition of inspiration. We had the opportunity to sit down with Cari for our Black Soulutions Spotlight and what an honor it was. We discussed everything from her vision behind her organization ​“Brown Girls Dream​”, her upbringing … More Black inspirational Spotlight: Cari Champion

Black Business Spotlight: Fried Manna Funnel Cakes

When fair and carnival season comes around, there is large amount of positive energy thatsweeps through the city. Bringing the community together with people of all ages for a fun cause can create memories forever. One tradition that is a must for any carnival or fair is eating funnel cake. This fun filled dessert comes … More Black Business Spotlight: Fried Manna Funnel Cakes

Black Business Spotlight: Greek Town Apparel Company

Black Greek Fraternities and Sororities have had a long lasting impact in the community for a number of years. Their strong presence in the college setting has given many young black men and women opportunities to thrive in a number of professions. For Michael Manuel, the Greek life allowed him to thrive in the entrepreneur … More Black Business Spotlight: Greek Town Apparel Company