Thrivin February, 2024

February, 2024

In recognition of Black History Month, Black PR Wire and media partner, Business Wire will host a webinar to discuss Artificial Intelligence and its opportunities, challenges and impact in the Black community, including the...

Thrivin January, 2024

January, 2024

Happy New Year! The Black PR Wire Team wishes this year brings you and your business endless possibilities and immense growth. The new year is the perfect time to outline new objectives, reaffirm commitment and embark on...

Thrivin December, 2023

December, 2023

Everyone can use a little holiday cheer, right? Well, as the holidays usher in, Black PR Wire would like to spread some end of the year holiday cheer. In honor of the Christmas Season, Black PR Wire is wrapping...

Thrivin November, 2023

November, 2023

Entrepreneurship can be the gateway to success. Conceptualizing an idea and bringing it to life can reap the sweetest rewards. Although entrepreneurship means different things to different people, it typically... 

Thrivin October, 2023

October, 2023

Back in 2000, I realized that there was a void in sharing news about people of color to the Black publishers, writers and reporters nationwide. Seeing this need, and knowing the value of this service and how it would impact our...

Thrivin September, 2023

September, 2023

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) are institutions of higher education in the United States that were established before the Civil Rights Act of 1964 with the intention of primarily serving African Americans...

Thrivin August, 2023

August, 2023

It's Black Business Month, a time to acknowledge and recognize the contributions of black-owned businesses across the nation and their key role in advancing diversity and equality. From local neighborhood ...

Thrivin July, 2023

July, 2023

Did you know that July is National Black Family Month? This holiday is all about celebrating families and important family members. We all know that family is extremely important within the black community. So, this...

Thrivin June, 2023

June, 2023

Happy Juneteenth! On June 19th, we celebrate the freedom of African Americans from slavery in the U.S.  This momentous occasion was proclaimed a federal holiday by President Joe Biden in 2021.

Thrivin May, 2023

May, 2023

Mothers are the backbone of every family. Mothers are their child’s first teacher, therapist, cook, coach and so much more. Everything we know we owe to the matriarchs of our lives.

Thrivin April, 2023

April, 2023

April is National Minority Health Month! Every year, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Minority Health (OMH) observes National Minority Health Month to emphasize ...

Thrivin March, 2023

March, 2023

Happy March, Happy Spring and Happy Women's History Month! 

This edition of Thrivin' provides exciting news you can use.  And our Power Profiler is in a league all by herself.  Be sure take advanage of our special discount for services. Also, be sure to send us a photo and brief profile os a Sista in your network you'd like to pay tribute to for our "Sistas Who Succeed" profiles. 

Thanks and enjoy!

Thrivin February, 2023

February, 2023

Ever wonder why Black Media is so important? Here’s your chance to hear firsthand from the media history makers and shakers at the State of Black Media Webinar 2023 hosted by Business Wire in partnership with ...

Thrivin January, 2023

January, 2023

Happy New Year!

With this new year comes fresh and new beginnings!

Thank you for being a valued part of the Black PR Wire corporate family.  Be sure to sign up for our monthly newsletters, our weekly highlights, and our daily news messages that will keep you informed, engaged and in the know.  At Black PR Wire, we share the news our media and communities can use.

Also, be sure to follow, share, and like us on our social media platforms @BlackPRWire.  And soon, we'll be announcing a new project that we know you'll want to be a part of, so stay tuned.

Thanks again and we look forward to connecting with you all year round.  Happy 2023!


Thrivin December, 2022

December, 2022

‘Tis the season to be jolly, right?  Although the holidays are all about cheer and joy, they can also be challenging for many. Some of the holiday activities can be a little overwhelming, giving way to holiday

Thrivin November, 2022

November, 2022

In the Black community, voting is our collective power. Souls to the Polls is part of a national faith-based movement to register and inform potential voters on the importance of our voting power. This year, Election 2022 takes place on November 8th. During this midterm election, all 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 35 of the 100 seats in the Senate will be contested.

Thrivin October, 2022

October, 2022

Each year, October is recognized as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. While breast cancer affects women of all ethnicities, unfortunately it is now more fatal for black women. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Black women with a breast cancer diagnosis have a 40% higher mortality rate than white women.

Thrivin September, 2022

September, 2022

September is National Sickle Cell Awareness Month. During this observance, people living with sickle cell disease, as well as their caregivers, advocates and healthcare professionals, come together to bring...

Thrivin August, 2022

August, 2022

August is National Black Business Month


Did you know that this month is National Black Business Month? It's the perfect time to recognize Black-owned businesses across the country and highlight their important role in the community and the national economy.


Black business owners account for about 10% of U.S. businesses and about 30% of all minority-owned businesses. Black Business Month is an opportunity to focus on black-owned businesses and help support and grow their representation in the nation's commercial landscape. If you are wondering how to contribute to it, you can start by supporting and encouraging black-owned businesses in your community. 

Thrivin July, 2022

July, 2022

National Black Family Month

It’s Black Family Month! Established in 2006, Black Family Month celebrates families and their enrichment through education, health and self-improvement. Shaun McLaughlin founded this celebration after observing how families spent more time together in July attending family-related events.

We know it can be difficult to reconnect with the family sometimes, but studies show that spending time with family can improve communication, promote respect and mutual appreciation, and build confidence and self-esteem.

If you are looking for ideas on how to reconnect and reignite your connection with your immediate and extended family, here are a few activities that you can do together to celebrate Black Family Month:

  • Cooking special family recipes together
  • Have a family movie night
  • Have a family game night
  • Go on a family trip
  • Start a family group chat

Celebrate your family, and create memories that last a lifetime