CD Witherspoon, SCLC Baltimore: Guest Editorial: The Life and Times of Arnold Jolivet
Arnold Jolivet, Maryland’s Foremost Authority on Minority Business, specifically “Black Business”, was indeed such a human being, and public figure. When I learned of the passing of Mr. Jolivet, who I affectionately referred to as “Deacon”, because of his longtime ministry as Chair of the Deacon Board at the historic Union Baptist Church, I listened to Ozzie Davis’s Eulogy of Malcolm X delivered on February 27, 1965, at the Faith Temple Church of God in Harlem, New York. In his eulogy, the legendary journalist, actor, and activist, Mr. Davis, referred to his friend, and fellow co-laborer in the struggle, Malcolm X as “A Prince – our own shining Black Prince”, and “Our manhood, our living Black Manhood”. Read in Full >>
The Glover Report: An Entrepreneurial Praise Report
Not everyone understands the sacrifices that an entrepreneur makes. Nor do many people appreciate the risks. However, for the entrepreneur who knows no other way, please know that you are indeed a leader. Risks come with the territory. Sacrifice becomes a way of life. Yet, at the end of the day, the entrepreneur has not only created a way for himself or herself – but for their team as well. It is one thing to create a shot for oneself. However, it is so much more to create opportunities for others.
Even more, while everybody sees the end result of a project, the entrepreneur knows that few if any are willing to do the all-nighters, miss the party, or check all of the emails from this week alone.
Oh, and be sure to check out our Black Wall Street SERIES 2014:
*Black Wall Street SILVER SPRING, July 14th
*Black Wall Street RANDALLSTOWN, July 17th
*Black Wall Street OVERLEA, Aug. 5th and
*Black Wall Street HARLEM, Aug. 21st.
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