A recent poll of American Muslims shows a community that is an integral and thriving part of U.S. life. Find out more.
Academy for Women Entrepreneurs alumna Chanté Basden is passing business skills along to others while also expanding her bakery.
After years working in construction supplies, Hazel Naranjo started her own business. The Academy for Women Entrepreneurs helped her succeed.
How a graduate of the Young African Leaders Initiative program recycles plastic from Mozambique’s coastline to make prosthetics.
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Food cooperatives in the United States provide nutritious food for their members, as well as economic and social benefits.
Many refugees are highly skilled but struggle to find work. Now, an online language teaching service taps into their talents and helps them earn incomes.
The State Department's Academy for Women Entrepreneurs has helped Tage Rita, of India, and many other businesswomen worldwide succeed.
Learn how small and large businesses in Chinatowns across the United States are revamping and revitalizing old neighborhood haunts.