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25 Black Owned Yoga Studios #NAMASTE | Shoppe Black

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FacebookTwitterMailRegular yoga practice has been shown to have tremendous physical, mental and spiritual health benefits. We’ve compiled a list of Black Owned Yoga Studios for you to support. Let us know which others we should know about! Black Owned Yoga Studios Embraced Yoga (Washington D.C.) Shoppe Black Staff, Shoppe Black Full article @ Shoppe Black FacebookTwitterMail
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We asked four black businesswomen how they got their start. Here’s what they said. | USA Today

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FacebookTwitterMailBack in the 1950s and ’60s, Milwaukee bustled with African American-owned businesses. But a combination of changing demographics and concentrated poverty dimmed the community’s once-bright glow of entrepreneurship. In 2012, African Americans made up 22% of all business owners in Milwaukee County, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Recently, the city’s African American entrepreneurs have stimulated new growth with the […]
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Black Founders, Funders and Investors Launch Innovative Companies to Make Communities Better | The Network Journal

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TNJ Staff, The Network Journal Peter Boyce II, cofounder, Rough Draft Ventures, Featured Image founders, funders and investors are launching some of the most innovative companies around. Here, we feature just a few: Iyinoluwa Samuel Aboyeji, cofounder, Flutterwave Inc. A payment technology firm that makes it easier for banks and businesses to process payments across Africa and worldwide. Co-founder, Andela, […]
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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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