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Abana Shoes, Launched by Two African American Women

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"For every pair of shoes purchased, we give away a pair of shoes to a child or family in need. This outreach is done as an expression of our gratitude." Abana Shoes... Read full article

Local, Woman-Owned Shoe Company Takes Louisiana by Storm

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"For every pair of shoes purchased, we give away a pair of shoes to a child or family in need. This outreach is done as an expression of our gratitude." Abana Shoes... Read full article

NBA, NFL and MLB Wives Meet in DC to Synergize!!!

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"The professional women in sports often operate behind the scenes, but they deserve to have their voices heard as well,” stated AJe’ English during an interview by the United States Black Chamber's Black Directory.... Read full article

Have You had Trouble Publishing Your Book?

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Starting the company came as a bit of a surprise. Yes, a surprise! L.D. had no idea that she would start another company—especially, one that is so different from the one she already had. After almost twenty years in the software engineering/IT...... Read full article

US Black Chambers School of Chamber & Business Management Conference

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The USBC School of Chamber & Business Management is the nation's premiere educational conference for African American entrepreneurs and chamber of commerce executives. ... Read full article

What Do You Do When Your Boss Blocks Your Promotion?

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“I’ve never been one that settled! I have always looked ahead and pushed ahead. There was always this uneasy feeling that there was more that was required of me” states Pressley. ... Read full article

This 11-Year-Old Entrepreneur Jump Starts Accessory Line 'Classic Knot'

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"I teach him the first couple of years, you won't see this significant profit." Shelden's mom, Rhonda Woods, tells News 4 Buffalo. "But as long as your product is becoming better and your customers are happy, eventually your hard work will pay off."... Read full article

Once Struggling Black-Owned Doll Company Now Sells 9,000 "Queens" and "Princesses" a Month

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Queens of Africa is Nigeria's first major line of fashion dolls created by local entrepreneur, Taofick Okoya. The company is so successful that they sell around 9,000 dolls each month. ... Read full article

8 Black Women Owned Businesses to Support on 'A Day Without a Woman'

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March 8th is "A Day Without A Woman" and WomensMarch.com is asking that everyone join in by avoiding to shop for one day (with exceptions for small, women- and minority-owned businesses), taking the day off, from paid & unpaid labor and wearing RED.... Read full article

With Trump's New Administration, Will Women-Owned Businesses Grow

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The average woman is expected to earn $430,480 less than the average white man over a lifetime. Native American women can expect to earn $883,040 less, Black women earn $877,480 less, and Latina women earn $1,007,080 less over a lifetime. ... Read full article

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