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EyeSeeMe bookstore teaches children the value of African-American history | USA Today

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Tanisha Sykes, Special to USA TODAY, USA Today Jeffrey and Pamela Blair are the co-owners of EyeSeeMe African American Children’s Bookstore in University City. CAROLINA HIDALGO | ST. LOUIS PUBLIC RADIO, Featured Image African American parents, Pamela and Jeffrey Blair of St. Louis, Missouri, always taught their four children about their history and helped them to develop a positive self-image. […]
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Black Love Experience Takes Over THEARC | AFRO

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George Kevin Jordan, AFRO Staff Writer, AFRO line for the Black Love Experience event snaked back from the entrance and curved around a corner down Mississippi Avenue, S.E. Hundreds of people huddled the cool air waiting for their chance to get inside. You only have to step inside a few paces to know the wait was worth it. The Black […]
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Award-winning Filmmaker Tells the Stories of Black Businesses Through a Historic Lens | Black Enterprise

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Radley Balko, Black Enterprise Boss: The Black Experience in Business , PBS (YouTube), Featured Image , when mainstream business success stories are told, the African American experience is overlooked despite the fact that black folks have been building businesses—as well institutions and communities—for decades in the face of racism, legal segregation, and systemic oppression. However, in a new film, award-winning […]
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