Kanye West Is No Longer Minding The ‘Gap’ By Canceling Deal 

The story behind the Yeezy-Gap (GPS +1.09%) billion war is a beautiful dark illustration of cultural hype clashing with business. Kanye West, known as Ye, is alleging the retailer had breached the terms of their agreement. Wells Fargo stated initial estimates of Gap’s Yeezy line could bring in almost $1 billion in sales next year, far ahead of the $1 billion Gap was aiming for by 2025. The partnership between Gap and Yeezy that has now been terminated was set to continue through 2026. 

California Is Spearheading A Reparations Campaign For African Americans

For the first time in California and American history, the state will break down Black employee data by lineage. A historic and transformational leap forward for California residents and Americans descended from the progeny of the nearly 4 million African Americans enslaved in the U.S. who were designated the political status of American Freedmen after emancipation. Today, the average white family has roughly 10 times the amount of wealth as the average Black family and in recent years the state has been working to determine whether the state will pay reparations to Black Californians, particularly those who are descendants of slaves. California is taking steps to change that. 

Here’s The Mystery Behind Inflation, Delays & Disparities Exposed

The hot topic this season: supply chain and the ongoing issues. Although the Labor Department released data proving consumer prices had already risen 8.6% over the past 12 months, costing the average American household $175 a month. Economists and analysts have started selling supply chain myths to keep consumers paying inflated prices right into the Christmas holiday, which could hit the Black community harder than others. Let’s dig into three supply chain myths.