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What happened to Black Wall Street on June 1, 1921?

The first of these incidents occurred in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 1921. The Tulsa Race Riot was a large-scale racially motivated conflict on May 31 and June 1, 1921, between the white and black communities of Tulsa, Oklahoma, in which the wealthiest African-American community in the United States, the Greenwood District also known as ‘the Negro Wall Street’ was burned to the ground. 416 more words

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Critical Questions to Ask Before Starting a Business

Running a business with the capabilities of enduring longevity is much more difficult than Instagram boutiques would like to lead you to believe. Anyone can order from a distributor, throw them on a social media website, add some hashtags, and make a few dollars. 1,345 more words

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Black and Enterprising

As a budding entrepreneur, the hardest part about starting a business, is finding a business idea.  I’ve been reading business and wealth books for a while now, and I realize that entrepreneurship is the best way to achieve personal fulfillment, serve our community, and leave a legacy for my children and yours. 225 more words

Wednesday Links: Rihanna, You Tube, Bevel

Easter was lovely. Spring is here and now in Atlanta is jumped to summer. I am so not ready for 80 degree weather. Anyway, enjoy the links below. 64 more words

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Worst Business Advice You've Been Brainwashed to Take

1) Never work for free.

People really think that in order to be successful, you must never work for free. Lies. Most (if not all) of the most successful business owners today have had to work for free in order to either make necessary connections, gain experience, or prove themselves. 651 more words


Which Spa You Should go To!

Total Serenity

By, Francesse Larose

Total serenity is a blacked owned day spa. The spa is known for their nice and clam environment. With a four star rating, total serenity is known to be one of the best blacked owned spa in the city of Philadelphia. 719 more words

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Wages of the unskilled are too high

For today’s missive I have borrowed from well renowned and often contrarian Economist, Mike Schussler. He remains one of my favourite South African economists because he speaks to Rands and Cents. 192 more words