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A 9-year-old fascinated with robots now runs his own company with a full-time staff of adults who help teach other children about robotics. A baseball fanatic has created an enterprise that sends out subscription boxes full of baseball gear on a monthly basis, from training equipment to sunflower seeds. And finally, meet the young men who, with the help of music superstar Drake, help people get into the increasingly lucrative world of professional online gaming.
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Proceeds from ‘Black is Beautiful’ NFT collection will go towards five select historically Black schools. 
Ja Rule 

Ja Rule has joined the ranks of  celebrities embracing nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, with a collection called “Black is Beautiful.” Rule, along with his business partner Herb Rice, said they would donate $25,000 from initial sales of the collection to historically Black universities including Jackson State University, Morgan State University, Hampton University, Spelman College and Morehouse College.
The rapper’s entertainment company, ICONN Media, will match an additional $25,000. 


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