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Another mentee, Richard McGuire owned Seaway Furniture Stores Inc, and he placed signs in his stores saying: "SB Fuller started
Just 2 cents of every dollar an African-American spends goes to Black-owned businesses.
When it comes to economic development, empowerment and revitalization in the Black community, there is no better way to achieve these than through thriving business ownership.
I was on Facebook when I saw this link about this black woman in Philly that has opened a comic book and coffee shop. I was elated myself. Can you say, "road trip?"
For many of us, 2014 was an emotionally devastating year because of the seemingly continuous news stories of unarmed citizens falling victim to lethal police brutality. Many of us protested in 2014 and yet have not yet seen the change that wanted. So what are we going to do about it?
Protesters rallied Friday and physically banded together to block train service from the West Oakland train station. In doing
"The lack of indictment in the deaths of Michael Brown of Ferguson, MO, John Crawford III of Ohio, and many, many more victims
The N'Namdi Center for Contemporary Art sustains Detroit's creative legacy and builds momentum for the future. Photo courtesy
As much as we may be caught up in the political fever of D.C., the truth of the matter is that we have limited control over what politicians do when they go to D.C. However, the decisions we make with our own finances are completely within our own control.
As we rapidly become a minority-majority nation, it's increasingly clear that businesses that fail to make diversity a major priority not only risk damage to their public image -- they also risk damaging the country's economic future.