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Did You Know That There Was a Black-Owned Bathroom Tissue Manufacturing Company?

by Millions Two One Staff on

"Seeds of Freedom Paper Company was planted in me during the Million Man March in 1995. We were given instructions by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan to do things to benefit the community."... Read full article

One of the Greatest Black Events of the Year is this Week!

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This year's featured guests includes; Susan Taylor, Judge Greg Mathis, Angela Yee, Shirley Caesar, US Representative "Auntie" Maxine Waters, Senator Corey Booker, Roland Martin, Marc Morial, Georgia Mass Choir, April Reign, creator of #OscarsSoWhite.... Read full article

Black Farmers Continue to Press for Economic Justice

by Barrington Salmon, TriceEdneyWire on

“My husband’s father died and they sold the land on the steps of the courthouse,” she explained as she held an armful of folders. “I’ve been fighting since 1983. I’m 78 years old. It’s been a long time for me.." Bernice Atchison, Pr of Black Farmers... Read full article

#BankBlack Boosts Local Business

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A campaign born from the Black Lives Matter movement is changing the way African Americans save and invest their money.... Read full article

Black-Owned Watch Brand for Upscale Savvy Professionals

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Youngblood Worldwide is one to watch, literally. What is now expanding to include apparel, athleisure and other accessories, began as a watch company that sought to offer each client a quality timepiece, minus the inflated price tag. ... Read full article

Black-Owned Potato Chip Company

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Symphony Chips, a family-owned business, originally began as a spice company.  Andre' Anderson, a retired Chef that worked on the famous Las Vegas Strip and developed a custom blend that was sought after by patrons and fellow chefs. ... Read full article

Physicians are Entrepreneurs

by Denise Walker on

"When owning their own practice, doctors have to wear two hats. They have to be businessmen (women) and physicians. Unfortunately, they cannot be one or the other," stated CEO of JITA Medical Billing & Consulting, James Alexander.... 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

An Emerging Black Owned Brand, JKO Collection!

by Angie BEE on

"We're offering a product with a meaning behind it," JKO Founder, Keith Ross. JKO maintains the mindset to "Just Keep On" and the company's founder wants you to "Just Keep On" with your goals, desires and efforts. ... Read full article

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