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After reading the book ACRES OF DIAMONDS by Russell Conwell, I am convinced we are all leaving the diamond mines in our own backyards as we travel around the world looking for larger diamonds, when in fact the diamonds we seek are found within us and our hometown, from whence we came. Therefore, we are calling the podcast, #IAMRIVIERABEACH. Today’s Guest: Shed Lang Mr. Lang moved to Riviera Beach in 1986 and settled in Monroe Heights. Most of his best memories occurred while living in this city. He realized the potential early on and knew He wanted to open a business one day. He didn’t know what he wanted to do, but he knew that he wanted to be here. He worked for AT&T for nearly 20 years, and during that time, He had an opportunity to travel and visit many cities across the country. One in particular that fascinated him was Tulsa, Oklahoma. He heard about the 1921 riots that decimated a thriving black community but was hopeful after seeing what that community had done to turn things around. He visited a plaza where it was predominantly black-owned. The parking lot was packed, and the businesses were booming. He thought- ?why not in Riviera Beach??. The demographics were very similar, but we lacked business opportunities. He plans to meet with local black-owned businesses to start the Build Back Black Wall Street Initiative .After retiring in December 2021, He decided to be his own boss. He was done with the corporate world, saying it wasn’t for him. So he took his life savings and stepped out on faith, and became the proud owner of Boulevard Subs & More. Connect with Mr. Lang: 561-603-8887 Call into the podcast dial 661-554-9219. Join me Ann McNeill, and co-host Dan Callaway 561-531-9184 or 561-848-4991 as we discuss the history, the present, and the future of our great city. Any questions or comments you can reach Ann McNeill at 786-546-0184
For the past two years, a local podcast has celebrated some of the unsung heroes and local businesses that make the Twin Cities great. It’s called the Eat and Talk podcast, and it was created by Yusra Mohamud and Gilbert Samenju. The podcast is in its fourth season.
The leader of Canada will be stopping by the Royal City Friday morning.
Janelle Hatch is a Master Electrician who is the small business owner of QB Electric LLC and a Power Plant Operator at JEA, a city-owned Municipality in Jacksonville, Florida. Janelle is a graduate of an IBEW apprenticeship, a Federal recognized program and a graduate of Flagler College with a Bachelors in Public Administration. Janelle has been an electrician for 20 years. Being a female and a minority in a male dominated field was the reason for the desire to start QB Electric, to make it easier and more welcoming for the next generation. _______ NABWIC’s Vision: The Vision of the National Association of Black Women in Construction (NABWIC) is to build lasting strategic partnerships with first-rate organizations and individuals that will provide ground-breaking and innovative solutions for black women in construction and their respective communities.| NABWIC.ORGNABWIC’s Vision: The Vision of the National Association of Black Women in Construction (NABWIC) is to build lasting strategic partnerships with first-rate organizations and individuals that will provide ground-breaking and innovative solutions for black women in construction and their respective communities.| NABWIC.ORG
Axios fired reporter Ben Montgomery after he called a press release about a DEI roundtable event hostedby Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., “propaganda” on Monday.
The Public Service Agency (PSA) supports human resources for 35,000 provincial government workers and is currently leading a strategy to ensure the public service is inclusive and diverse. We looked at whether the PSA had established strong governance to ensure that the strategy can achieve its goals.
MP Mike Morrice recognizes the thriving community of Black entrepreneurs in Waterloo Region. Here he recognizes the “Lift Off” program led by Treveor Charles which has already supported 50 Black founders and 5 cohorts. Although Black entrepreneurs face additional barriers, this is an example of a community success!Originally shared in the House of Commons on February 9, 2023.
A small shop in Montreal that opened for Black History Month will be staying open longer than originally planned after it exceeded expectations and is drawing customers interested in unique and locally owned businesses.
TRIBE Family Channel Proudly Presents Season 2, Epi. 6 of B.O.A.B. Black Owned and Busy™ Shining the Spotlight on Black Owned Businesses with Interviews and Pop-Ups on Location! HAPPY WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH Today’s show is shining the spotlight on La Shelle Vernon, Pres./CEO of Mylestone Development & Management Join us on March 10, 2023 at 5:30pm/PST 6:30pm/GMT 7:30pm/CST 8:30pm/EST Call 563-999-3778 or Listen Online: https://www.blogtalkradio.com/gumboforthesoul/2023/03/11/tribe-family-channel-proudly-presents-boab-black-owned-and-busy Follow Our Studio: www.blogtalkradio.com/gumboforthesoul About Our Guest: La Shelle Vernon is an inspirational and innovative Leadership Development Coach who empowers senior executives, individual contributors, and high-performance teams to maximize their potential and achieve superior results.
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To help minority-owned businesses in Utah, Salt Lake Community College Salt Lake Community College recently named Sidni …