NEXT "EMPOWER HOUR" on WOLB 1010 AM: Chicago Mall Opens for Black Merchants: 79th Street Indoor Mall
Cal Hodges, Walter Jones, Valencia Lindsey, Allencia Pittman, Karl Jackson "Goldbird", and Cory Mackey all assisted in putting the store together. Read in Full >>
Joe Mann of Joe Mann Awards Has Passion for Helping Others
Local business in Woodlawn aims to make a difference - especially for today's youth. Bmorenews names Black Capitol Award after entrepreneur Read in Full >>
TGR: Black Wall Street BALTIMORE: Marc Clarke, Media Entrepreneur, to be Recognized :: 6.6.13 :: Downtown Cultural Art Center
One such individual is Marc Clarke. He is more than a radio host. He is more than a media personality. He is an author. He is an entrepreneur who has been in the game long enough to understand business. And - as long as I have known him - he has been on fire. He understands media better than most, having been raised in a black media family. His grandfather taught him the game way back when he was a young buck. One accomplishment in his lifetime was rocking our beloved "Big Phat Morning Show." Oh, the memories for Baltimoreans.
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The Glover Report: Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz on "Empower Hour" with Bmorenews Publisher, Premier Homes's Broker Owner Tabitha R. Rector, ABR
He discussed diversity, for example, in the Baltimore County Fire Department. On April 3rd
, he announced that the County's latest fire recruit class better reflects the County's increasing diversity. Specifically, the newest class has 31 recruits, 35% of which are minorities; 13% women; and 35% military veterans. All began training for the job of Probationary Firefighter on April 6 at the Fire-Rescue Academy in Sparrows Point. Read in Full >>
The Glover Report: African American Business Link Group Maryland Hosts Reception in Honor of Engineer Gabriel Amuche
Nigeria's Engineer Gabriel Amuche was honored tonight at the home of Namdi Iwuoha. A wonderful gathering, the event attracted a number of accomplished business owners and advocates as well - both African American and African.
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Arnold Jolivet Praises Engineer Amuchi of Nigeria at Namdi's:
"If you can do business in Nigeria, you can certainly do business on the rest of the African continent!"
The Glover Report: Black Wall Street BALTIMORE: Building Black Businesses set for June 6th at Downtown Cultural Art Center, 401 N. Howard Street :: www.bmorenewsblackwallstreet.eventbrite.com
All this to say, our next event is Black Wall Street BALTIMORE: Building Black Businesses on Thursday, June 6, 2013 from 6 to 8:30 pm at the Downtown Cultural Art Center, 401 N. Howard Street in downtown Baltimore
– just south of the Eubie Blake Center. This will be a very special edition for my hometown whereby my team truly understands the significance. It will include panel discussions, the coveted Joe Mann Black Capitol Award, and a keynote address. The event is free, however - please RSVP at www.bmorenewsblackwallstreet.eventbrite.com
. Vending available. Authors welcome. FMI, call 443.527.9542.
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Black Wall Street RANDALLSTOWN: Delegate Aisha Braveboy to Give Remarks, 5.4.13
Black Wall Street RANDALLSTOWN is all set for tomorrow, Saturday, May 4, 2013 from 9:30 am to 1 pm at the Randallstown Community Center, 3505 Resource Drive, Randallstown, MD 21133.
It has just been confirmed that Delegate Aisha Braveboy, Chair of the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, will be giving special remarks at the business event celebrating local entrepreneurs. The Prince George's County representative has announced that she is seeking to be the next Attorney General of Maryland. Read in Full >>
TGR: N. Scott Phillips to Deliver Keynote at Black Wall Street RANDALLSTOWN (4.3.13 at Randallstown Community Center 930a-1p)
It is with great honor and pride that I announce our keynote for the Black Wall Street RANDALLSTOWN. I have known Attorney N. Scott Phillips since ’95 or so when he presented me with a scholarship at Mondawmin. Somewhere along my collegiate journey, I earned a scholarship from Household Finance Corporation and Mr. Phillips did the presenting. After the ceremony, he invited me to a Black Professional Men, Inc. (BPM) meeting. Read in Full >>
Black Wall Street RANDALLSTOWN :: Sat., May 4th :: 9:30a-1p :: Randallstown Community Center www.blackwallstreetrandallstown.eventbrite.com
Brought to you, in-part, by www.1sqbox.com, Precision Task Group, Class Act Catering, R-Block, Inc., Sisters4Sisters Network, Inc., Delegate Dan Morhaim, Delegate Shirley Nathan Pulliam, and DMGlobal Marketing & Public Relations, LLC
Emcee: Karyne Henry, Orion PR Read in Full >>
The Glover Report: DINNER'S SERVED! Black Wall Street RANDALLSTOWN: Honoring J. D. Ward's Catering, Inc., 5.4.13
Established in 2000, J.D. Ward’s Catering, Inc. was founded by brother and sister - Carolyn Y. Ward and James D. Ward Sr. in February of the year 2000. Prior to their entrepreneurial endeavor, Carolyn and J.D. held several upper level management positions in Catering and Dining Services, which included Assistant GM of a local caterer (Carolyn) and Director of Catering @ Howard University (JD). Today the pair has over 45 years of combined service in the hospitality industry.
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Black Wall Street RANDALLSTOWN: Come and Celebrate Class Act Catering's Jimmy Britton, Black Capitol Award Honoree
: Jim Britton
developed a passion and love for catering after several years of working for one of Baltimore’s premiere catering organizations. In 1991, his entrepreneurial spirit ignited the beginning of Class Act Catering. Jim believes in world-class service and on this premise, he developed a professional staffing agency. Committed to growing his business, Jim secured his first corporate contract with the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Read in Full >>
Black Wall Street RANDALLSTOWN: Come and Celebrate Sabrina Bass, Black Capitol Award Honoree
In addition, she serves as a Board of Trustee member of Maryland Teachers & State Employees Supplemental Retirement Plans (MSRP). Ms. Bass provides leadership and is part of the team responsible for all new capital construction projects which includes Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) participation of over 25% and the University’s capital and operating budgets. She has made it part of her mission to include the surrounding greater Mondawmin communities and to keep them informed of the University’s capital development projects throughout the years by attending and presenting CSU project updates to the various community associations. Read in Full >>
Black Wall Street RANDALLSTOWN: Come and Celebrate Harold Hayley, Black Capitol Award Honoree
So, do come out and join us as we celebrate Mr. Hayley as well as a wonderful cadre of other honorees, including Ray Lucas
and Teddy Coates
. We really appreciate Hayley's determination and attitude when it comes to supporting black business, as evident by his work with the Greater Baltimore Black Chamber of Commerce.
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Bmorenews presents "Does Image Matter?" at Black Wall Street R-Town: Marketing Expert Toi Barnhardt to Participate
All are invited to attend Black Wall Street RANDALLSTOWN on Saturday, May 4th from 9:30 am to 1 pm at the Randallstown Community Center at 3505 Resource Drive - near Liberty Rd. and Brenbrook. The event will feature two panel discussions ("Does Image Matter?" & Liberty Road Corridor: State of Black Business), the Black Capitol Awards, and a keynote address by N. Scott Phillips. Black Capitol Award honorees include Teddy Coates and Ray Lucas.
Among the participants featured on the image panel is Toi E. Barnhardt. Read in Full >>