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BLACK BUSINESS, DOES IT MATTER TO YOU? WHY IS IT OTHER RACES, COLLECT MONEY IN OUR NEIGHBORHOODS, YET PUT NO DEVELOPMENT BACK IN THE COMMUNITY THEY'RE EXPLOTING, WHY IS IT EASIER FOR A FOREIGNER TO GET A BUSINESS HERE THAN AMERICANS? WHY DON'T WE SUPPORT ARE ALL AND ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR THE HOOK UP? TUNE IN AND FIND OUT OR STATE YOUR OPINON TONIGHT, CALL IN AND DONT BE SQUARE, HOSTED BY THE AIN'T SHIT ADMIN LD THOMAS, AND THE OG NOBLE.. WITH MANY GUEST ON THE PANEL...
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Why have we experienced such a decline in successful Black owned businesses? Why are there so few, if any, BOBs located in majority Black Communities? Building the economic base in the majority 'Black' populated communities of Poverty Stricken America. Where do we start?
Who knows about the race riot and the outright brutal, vicious, horrendous and downright devilish attack on Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1921? How about the same occurrences in Forsythe, GA or even Rosewood, Fl? There was a time when Black Businesses and towns were thriving and doing well.
Today, we typically say "Black folks need to unite to build and sustain businesses," but can you honestly say you've done so? Did you know the Black dollar used to turn over 12 times in the community, often never leaving the community? Join me tonight as we speak with several entrepreuners who've taken the leap and started their own businesses but they need YOU, your networks and your $$$ so we can rebuild!
Tonight we'll speak with the makers of Body Breaker (www.bodybreaker.com), a health and fitness board game; The Underground Kings, film makers Nakia Dilliard and Flloyd Marshall (www.theundergroundkings.com) who are young and who have proven that all it takes is a dream, support and sweat equity to make it work. Finally, we'll round the show up with Stephanie Mims from Urban Angel LLC who will discuss this great non profit and ways in which you can lend your support! Tune in! You don't want to miss this riveting show as we support our community!
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This Week #1 Best Selling Author, TV Host & Motivational Speaker, Havilah Malone & Special Guest discuss:
Going Global in 2014- Empowering Women Owned Businesses to Step Up!
with Special Guest:
International Business Consultant/ Author/ Keynote Speaker, Erica A. Murray will show you How to Increase Your Revenue by 35% this Year!
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Poll of the Week: Do you think there's enough quality Jobs available in America? Why?
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How can we reconnect with our Radiant Feminine and be Radiance Owned. We will spend a few moments understanding what it means to be Radiance Owned (RO) and how it may affect us to not have that congruency. Today I will be sharing more about:
Allowing our Partner to be our Hero
I'm Jessie Torres, Life and Wellness coach and Motivational Speaker, for 15 years I was in Corporate America knowing that there was something missing. In my quest to find answers I did extensive research and my journey took me to CTI Coaches Training Institute and the Anthony Robbins Company where I became a coach and found my true purpose and passion for helping people and creating workshops and getaways where we can share, connect and embrace the beauty that is YOU!
I passionate about creating a MOVEMENT of women that are Radiance Owned (RO). To know what it is to be aligned with your core feminine and walk in it, live it, share and be EMPOWERED by it!!
Join me and send me one way that makes YOU feel radiant
To find out more about my workshops and getaways, please contact me.
Now and days we have many black businesses on the rise! THE PROBLEM IS WE DONT SUPPORT THEM! Young entrepreneurs are coming up and we hold one another back by not shedding light on they're accomplishments! We have many outlets to do so ! Social Media is the biggest support system that we can use to our advantage
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Join Us tonight for Men Uniting for Change with our host Rico Nation and co-host Jevon Gee for Part 2 of a powerful discussion; Where are the black owned businesses?
Tonight we will discuss solutions and restoration of businesses within the communities of Poverty Stricken America.
Jason and Steve introduce you to Maceo Jones, Supplier Diversity Manager with Ameristar Casino in Kansas City, Missouri.
Find out how diversity and inclusion programs continue to open doors to businesses owned by minorities and women that traditionally have found resistence to buying opportunities within the community.
African-Americans are forming businesses at a rapid rate, building a significant presence in the business world and in local neighborhoods where small businesses normally thrive but still suffer lack of support from African Americans.
Join Celeste Duckworth, and Norm and Featured Guest Marcus Walker as we discuss the state of Black Owned Small Businesses and the lack of support from the African American Community.
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8:00PM to 10:00PM EST - 7:00PM to 9:00PM Central - 5:00PM to 7:00PM Mountain/Pacific
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According to the Harvard Business Review, the phrase “family business” connotes a small or midsized company with a local focus. While plenty of mom-and-pop firms certainly fit that description, it doesn’t reflect the powerful role that family-controlled enterprises such as Walmart, Samsung, Tata Group, and Porsche play in the world economy. They account for more than 30% of all companies with sales in excess of $1 billion, according to the Boston Consulting Group’s analysis.
Join Ola and guests, Odell Robinson, III and Denise Riley-Ajanwachuku, as they discuss participating in family-owned businesses; both the benefits and the challenges.
Mr. Robinson, is a second-generation owner of Odell Robinson, Jr. Funeral Home in Pittsburgh, PA. He recalls poignant stories of learning the business side by side with his parents. His grandparents seeded the business for his dad and his dad's principles and beliefs continue on to this day.
Denise Riley-Ajanwachuku is the CEO of Global SOULutions, LLC. Her organization's mission is to serve individuals by challenging them to become well from the inside out, while influencing real change. Their services include: training and development, life-coaching, consulting and self-publishing assistance. Ms. Riley-Ajanwachuku will share her experience of forming a relatively recent family-owned enterprise with our audience.
Monday, November 18, 2013 | 12:30 PM | Audience Call-In: (917) 889.8070 | Listen Online: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/onyxwoman/2013/11/18/all-in-the-family-family-owned-business
Why is it so hard for black people to support black own businesses or each other?
I have noticed this trend. And this trend has been going on throughout the African American history. We claim to want to support our own, but when times comes we are no where to be found.
This trend of not supporting one another is why many do not succeed. I hear it and see it a lot. Why is this?
Listen in as your host Shonda T. Norman discuss this topic on today's show.
If you would like to get in on the discussion, just dial in and press #1 to speak to the Host or Guest on the show.
On this weeks 'The Rundown with Renee', we'll be taking a deep look at the Black church, & dismantling fact from fiction. We will cover it's historical reference, all the way up to today. Has the church been a help or hinderance? Feel free to help us decide, click the link below, or Listen/Question/Comment @ (929) 477-3763...