Black Owned Music Venues | AFRO

Nyame-Kye Kondo, AFRO With the D.C. fall art season in full swing, Black musicians and patrons alike are getting amped for a chilly season made warm by good music. Historically known for its soulful vibes, the development of Go-Go and hardcore punk music, Washington D.C. has a legacy of Black musical excellence. One important aspect […]

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[VIDEO] New Voices Foundation Acquires Madam C.J. Walker’s Estate To Create Think Tank For Black Women Entrepreneurs | Essence The Villa Lewaro estate will be used as a "learning institute, or think tank, to foster entrepreneurship for present and future generations," according to New Voices Foundation's Richelieu Dennis.

The Villa Lewaro estate will be used as a “learning institute, or think tank, to foster entrepreneurship for present and future generations,” according to New Voices Foundation’s Richelieu Dennis.

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Black-Owned Startup Combines Greeting Cards With Technology and Automation | Black News.com

Facebook0Twitter0MailPhotographs by Marti Corn; Text by Mark Murrmann , Black News.com Atlanta— “How many times have you found yourself in this scenario: It’s a friend’s or relative’s birthday and you’re driving to the store at the last minute to buy a card. You also must go get stamps. “I’ve been there more times than I […]

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African American Brewing Company Looks to Find its Niche Down Home Brewing Company is not just another craft brewery. It is a family-owned and operated brewery founded by Chris Reeves along with William Allen Moore. It is the first brewing company in Georgia owned by African Americans.

Down Home Brewing Company is not just another craft brewery. It is a family-owned and operated brewery founded by Chris Reeves along with William Allen Moore. It is the first brewing company in Georgia owned by African Americans.

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Back to Black: 24 Black-owned restaurants on Chicago’s North Side | Chicago Tribune

Facebook0Twitter0MailSadé Carpenter , Chicago Tribune Want to support black businesses on the North Side? From traditional Ethiopian, Ghanaian and Nigerian fare to Creole, Jamaican and soul food, check out these Black-owned restaurants north of the Loop. (Sadé Carpenter / RedEye). Featured Image Back in February, I wrote a story about black food and beverage professionals […]

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Tristan Walker announces acquisition by Procter & Gamble, will remain as CEO and move company to Atlanta | Fast Company Once a beacon for more minorities to join him in Silicon Valley, the former tech and media darling enters a deal that will help to secure his legacy—and P&G’s.

Once a beacon for more minorities to join him in Silicon Valley, the former tech and media darling enters a deal that will help to secure his legacy—and P&G’s.

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Brown Beauty Co-Op, Dupont Circle’s New Beauty Store, Is By And For Women Of Color | DCist A welcoming space with couches and other seating invites people to hang out and chat. Positive vibes abound, with affirmations like “Melanin Magic” and “You are Beautiful” adorning pillows and candles.

A welcoming space with couches and other seating invites people to hang out and chat. Positive vibes abound, with affirmations like “Melanin Magic” and “You are Beautiful” adorning pillows and candles.

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From dolls to magazine covers: how early black designers made their mark | The Guardian In a new exhibition, the work of African American designers in Chicago is celebrated from editorial and product design to the first black-founded ad agency

In a new exhibition, the work of African American designers in Chicago is celebrated from editorial and product design to the first black-founded ad agency

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Beauty Entrepreneur Breaks Down After Making $1 Million In 90 Minutes | Atlanta Black Star New Orleans native Supa Cent was filled with tears of joy on Monday morning after making a million dollars in less than two hours.

New Orleans native Supa Cent was filled with tears of joy on Monday morning after making a million dollars in less than two hours.

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