MINNEAPOLIS – An orientation to the U.S. Small Business Administration's Section 8(a) Business Development Program that helps socially and economically disadvantaged small business owners…
The lack of corporate partnering with African American consumer communities is of grave concern. Poor management by some corporations discourages in-vestment in communities of color ….
You knew someone would use this line sooner or later, and considering what happened on the latest, “most crucial election” in our history, I could not pass up the opportunity to ask the question, “Can you hear me now?” Why?
How often have you been told that due to its importance to our families and communities, voting is a civic duty every citizen should perform? On the other hand, how many citizens recognize that if you don't put money where you put your vote, the ballot you place has little relevance in the election process?
2411 Hennepin Avenue, in the Uptown area of South Minneapolis, houses a worldly dynamic record store for the Hip Hop generation.
The Cash Money motto is: "We got to drink 'til we throw up." Millions of African American youth's primarily pre-occupation is Cash Money's culture of being tattooed up, "iced" up and Rolexed up. The Cash Money Crew's pinky rings are platinum plus and their grills are all "slugged up."
Because America's Black middle-class displays itself as seeking mainstream "validation" by incorporating white attitudes, disenchantment and resentment has been growing toward them by the African-American underclass.