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Issa Has 2 Jobs and Still Can’t Pay Rent in Insecure’s Season 3 Premiere

Like many millennials, Issa is struggling to make ends meet, sleeping on a friend’s couch and moonlighting for Lyft.

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Company That Planted the Nike-Filled Truck in Chicago Says It Won’t Use Bait Devices Again

After public outcry, Norfolk Southern apologizes for placing a trailer with Nike sneakers and Christian Louboutin shoes in Englewood.

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More Teachers Are Turning to Crowdfunding Sites to Pay for Books, Supplies, and Field Trips

Educators at high-poverty schools spend more out of pocket on their classrooms.

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Police Allegedly Left a “Bait Truck” Filled with Nike Shoes in a Black Chicago Neighborhood

A community activist questions how residents can trust police after the reported bait truck sighting in Englewood.

Black Women’s Success in the Beauty Industry Started With Madam C.J. Walker

She’s the subject of a forthcoming Netflix series starring Octavia Spencer.

More Models From the Miami Swim Week Casting Controversy Have Come Forward

They say the week itself was a great success, even if the KYA Swim casting felt discriminatory.

Nike’s New Store Concept Aims to Change How We Shop

The new stores blur the lines between digital and physical retail.

How Can You Tell If You’re Actually Getting a Good Deal?

We spoke with a Wharton professor about when it’s really worth it to whip out your credit card.

Black Models Say They Were Turned Away From a Miami Swim Week Casting

Models of color routinely find themselves marginalized in the fashion industry.

The Navy Just Gave Women the Okay to Wear Locs, Ponytails, and Topknots

The new regulations are a big win for black women who want to rock natural hair.