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Hair Meetups in Pittsburgh - May 2015

It is that time of year where Naturals from all over unite and compliment each other on their hair and clothes and discuss what products they use and what to stay far away from. 246 more words

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Oldest Black business group wants numbers in Detroit business participation

The Booker T. Washington Business Association, the city’s oldest Black business group, wants to see more opportunities for African American businesses in Detroit.

Ahead of its annual business meeting May 13 at the St. 393 more words

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Booker T. Washington Business Association wants inclusion for black-owned businesses

The Booker T. Washington Business Association, the city’s oldest Black business group, wants to see more opportunities for African American businesses in Detroit.

Ahead of its annual business meeting May 13 at the St. 393 more words

Michigan Chronicle

Entrepreneurship - Just Do It

So it’s often that people will come to me asking about ideas for business. I always think Man maybe people think I’m really smart. But I’m sure that it’s just there are not many approachable people in their circles that have had the courage, knowledge, and risky personality to actually try their hands at entrepreneurship. 353 more words

Is It The Shoes? The Shoes? It's Got To Be The Shoes! One On One w/ Hasan Yates, Masculine Footwear in Atlanta

This Radio Chick Rocks is all about women of power who dominate Fortune 500 corporations (some not in that category) and are led by men in high power positions. 1,034 more words

Women In Business

Hello world!

Hello. This is my very first post on this WordPress account. Community4Real is my company that deals with all things community. Community4Real is my Twitter tag (so follow me @Community4Real!). 244 more words

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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