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2021's Most Flourishing Entrepreneurs in The Black Community

 Black entrepreneurs have always been successful and continue to grow today even in the harsh situations thrown at them by the Covid-19 pandemic, lockdowns, and quarantines! Have a look at some of the most flourishing, prosperous, and thriving Black-business owners in 2021 :D. Shanika Graham-White Shanika is a self-taught cook, food blogger, a...
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Is Joe Biden's American Families Plan Good Enough for Black People? Black Judges, Lawyers, Undergrads, And More

 On the 28th of April, President Joe Biden announced his American Families Plan and that it relies on principles that will be beneficial to our economic future and will be a very good investment for our kids and families. Now, let's discuss how beneficial these reforms may or may not be for the Black community. Benefits for The Middle Class: T...
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Chicago Gypsy Project-2/1/2021

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Samuel Williams states "The greatest hurdle I overcame in starting my business was finding a way to make a name for myself within an industry that long term survival requires that an artist has a branded identity. I overcame that obstacle by first growing relationships with local elders and mentors that had already established themselves within var...
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Black Magazine Feature-2/1/2021

My biggest hurdle that I overcame in starting my business was getting my foot in the door with advertising agencies. To my younger self, in starting my business, my advice would be not to let anyone discourage you from reaching your dream and to stay away from non-productive and negative people. My proudest moment was, and still is, in being able t...
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SWG FEATURED BUSINESS- 2/1/20201

The advice I would give to my younger self is, "Regardless of the naysayers, continue to push through and go beyond give-up. You have to see it before you see it, or you will NEVER see it!" My proudest moment as an entrepreneur, was when I outfitted and entire AAU Program, and their coaching staff from the inner-city of Detroit. The greatest hurdle...
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Support more Black-owned companies

Small businesses and entrepreneurs have been longtime wealth builders for generations. By supporting more Black-owned companies, you can help create more opportunities for meaningful savings, property ownership, credit building, and generational wealth for black communities. If we all do our part in supporting black businesses, then we're helping w...
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