Small Business Spotlight This month, for Financial Literacy Month, we’d like to highlight Carman Francis, owner and CEO of Peart Consultants Group, LLC. Peart Consultations Group, LLC specializes in professional and personal life coaching, training and development, customer service seminars and other business services. I recently met Mrs. Francis who is the publisher of two financial literacy books. Read More
Imani’s Original Bean Pies is a family owned and operated corporation started by Imani Muhammad in 2005 as a food assignment with her daughter on the health benefits of the navy bean. Imani’s Original Bean Pies has been a Chicago staple for over 15 years.
Wood You Wear was started by Amber Beezy Young on January 15, 2014. It is a black cultural themed wood accessory brand consisting of hand painted wood pins, wood beaded bracelets and stickers. The purpose of Wood You Wear is to express black pride through wearable art.
This month, I am introducing you to a fellow entrepreneur, Chris Thigpen. This entrepreneur and farmer has proven there is life beyond corporate America. The Soapman a.k.a. Essentials, LLC operates Pure Shea Store online, and in person retail outlets.
The True Black History Museum is an extraordinary collection of rare and authentic artifacts, dating from the late 1700's to the 21st century. The Collection was established to preserve the history of Black People and to educate others of the many great contributions that Black people have made to mankind.
Eboni Latifah Love-Peel is a 30-year-old Deaf Artist. Born in Detroit, Eboni is a graduate of Model Secondary School for the Deaf in Washington DC. Eboni was introduced to art at the age of five when her mom’s friend took her under her wing in the art gallery downstairs from her clothing design studio in Downtown Detroit. Her love for art grew as she used art to communicate to her family...
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