Let’s Invest In Our Children’s Future Through Black Comic Books In The $4.8 Billion Market

All Negro Comics, created by Orrin Cromwell Evans and four others in 1947, paved the way for companies like Milestone Media founded in 1993 that now have their place in the DC universe with Warner Brothers investing in a live-action Static Shock film produced by Michael B Jordan. The comic book that was once 15 cents an issue, is now valued at approximately $20,000 today, as the global Comic Book market size is expected to reach $4.8 billion by the end of 2027.

Is It Time We Make Kemetic Yoga In The $130 Billion Industry Mainstream?

Yoga is an ancient Indian practice that has become a multi-billion dollar industry with many sub-forms like Kemetic yoga that originated in ancient Egypt and spread throughout Africa. There is a supply for the strong Black consumer demand from the Trap yoga trend, to cute kente cloth patterned yoga outfits, as the global yoga market is expected to reach over $215 billion by 2025.

How The 2022 59th Venice Biennale Will Change The Dollars Spent On Black Art

The Venice Biennale is the art olympics and every two years countries pick their creative champion to represent them. Throughout the years there were barely any people of color, but 2022 will be different due to the call for racial equality in the streets bringing a shift in the art world. Black artists being featured hope to find success like 2015 Venice Biennale featured artist Kerry James Marshall. His “Past Time” was sold for $25,000 in 1997, and then sold for $21.1 million in 2018. An artist with a presence at Venice Biennale will typically get a lot of publicity, which will then increase the value of their work.

Are Minority Deposit Institutions Closing The Racial Investing Gap?

By Majella Mark
– As of 2020 there are 18 Black Minority Depository Institutions in the U.S.
– 67% of Blacks earning $50K or more invest money, compared to 86% of similar White households due to generational wealth gaps Black people looking to invest should have confidence and trust in our communities financial institutions to do right by us with business loans, investment opportunities and a willingness to evolve. Specifically, Minority Deposit Institutions (MDI), which are federally insured depository institutions or banks with at least 51% of the voting stocks owned by the minority group it serves, including representation on the board of directors. These financial organizations that are providing business loans to Black entrepreneurs have connected the dots, and know exactly how to play the game to start closing the racial investing gap.

Will The Barrel Economy Of The Caribbean Become Detrimental To The Millennial Generation?

By Majella Mark The Caribbean faced a -6% GDP decline in 2020 during the Covid-19 pandemic African American Millennials comprise 25%, about 11.4 million, of the total U.S. Black population The Black community is familiar with the Black Tax, a financial strain this demographic endures as the successful relative in the family.  In the Caribbean

Will The Barrel Economy Of The Caribbean Become Detrimental To The Millennial Generation?

By Majella Mark The Caribbean faced a -6% GDP decline in 2020 during the Covid-19 pandemic African American Millennials comprise 25%, about 11.4 million, of the total U.S. Black population The Black community is familiar with the Black Tax, a financial strain this demographic endures as the successful relative in the family.  In the Caribbean

Is It Time We Make Kemetic Yoga In The $130 Billion Industry Mainstream Before Someone Else Does?

By Majella Mark Kemetic yoga is a yoga practice that came out of ancient Egypt, spreading across the African continent before colonization Yoga is a $130B global industry with $88B of it being studio profits Yoga is an ancient Indian practice that has become a multi-billion dollar industry with many sub-forms like Kemetic yoga that

African Educators Making A Difference And Profit Through Low Cost Private Schools

By Majella Mark The average cost for international schools in Africa is $4K to $10K annually The top African countries with child education demands are Nigeria, Congo, Ethiopia, Egypt, Tanzania and Uganda As Africa progresses economically the demand for better housing, amenities, entertainment and education systems is on the rise. Families are seeking out affordable

African Educators Making A Difference And Profit Through Low Cost Private Schools

By Majella Mark The average cost for international schools in Africa is $4K to $10K annually The top African countries with child education demands are Nigeria, Congo, Ethiopia, Egypt, Tanzania and Uganda As Africa progresses economically the demand for better housing, amenities, entertainment and education systems is on the rise. Families are seeking out affordable