Entrepreneurship Panel – Getting Our Fair Share
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Entrepreneurship Panel – Getting Our Fair Share

Sharing a message from the office of the Board of Equalization Member Jerome E. Horton’s office (3rd District): Jerome Horton participated on the Entrepreneurship panel at the 1st Annual Community Resource Fair presented by United Hood Nation (in collaboration with SEIU 1000) held on August 18, 2017, at the Church of Scientology Community Center in Los...

August 21, 2017May 1, 2018by
U.S. Economy From a Black Women’s Perspective
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U.S. Economy From a Black Women’s Perspective

U.S. Economy From a Black Women’s Perspective Why do Black women not see returns on their contributions to the U.S. economy? Huge disparities are still evident. They are undervalued and under compensated despite all their educational, performance and political effort. Black Women are the: Biggest spenders of any other segment Most active group for voting...

June 7, 2017July 22, 2017by
Black Owned Grocery Store in Compton, CA
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Black Owned Grocery Store in Compton, CA

Black Owned Grocery Store in Compton, CA Check out The Grocery Outlet at 2175 W. Rosecrans Ave, Compton, CA 90220 owned by 36 years old Kia Patterson. Experience and tenacity pay off for this African American woman.   With the help of her family, she is making history in Compton, CA. Experience Pays Off Big...

May 31, 2017July 11, 2017by