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Angela Majette
by December 11, 2019
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  A Tribe Called Quest's official music video for 'Award Tour'. Click to listen to A Tribe Called Quest on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/TCQSpot?IQid=TCQAT As featured on The Anthology. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/TCQTAiTunes?IQid=TCQAT Google Play: http://smarturl.it/TCQATPlay?IQid=TCQAT Amazon: http://smarturl.it/TCQTAAm?IQid=TCQAT More From A Tribe Called Quest Electric Relaxation: https://youtu.be/WHRnvjCkTsw I Left My Wallet In El Segundo: https://youtu.be/WILyWmT2A-Q Scenario: https://youtu.be/Q6TLWqn82J4 More great Classic Hip Hop Videos here: http://smarturl.it/CHHPlaylist?IQid=TCQAT Follow A Tribe Called Quest Website: http://atribecalledquest.com/html/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ATribeCalledQuest Twitter: https://twitter.com/ATCQ Myspace: https://myspace.com/atribecalledquest Subscribe to A Tribe Called Quest on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/TCQSub?IQid=TCQAT --------- Lyrics: We on Award Tour with Muhammad my man Goin each and every place with the mic in their hand S.C., Maryland, New Orleans, Motown We on Award Tour with Muhammad my man Goin each and every place with the mic in their hand Chinatown, Spokane, London, Tokyo We on Award Tour with Muhammad my man Goin each and every place with the mic in their hand Houston, Delaware, DC, Dallas We on Award Tour with Muhammad my man Goin each and every place with the mic in their hand New York, NJ, N.C., VA    
Blake Harvey
by November 22, 2019
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America knows what needs to be done to close the racial wealth gap. So why don’t we? Alexandra Bastien is a Senior Program Associate at PolicyLink – a national research and action institute dedicated to advancing social and economic equity. In her role, she works to lift up policy solutions pertaining to wealth inequality across the nation. She conducts research, provides technical assistance and helps to lead program strategy related to asset building and equitable economic development. Prior to joining PolicyLink, Bastien was a 2012-2013 cohort member of the Proteus Fund Fellowship for Diversity in Philanthropy, and served as the Co-Executive Director of the National Black Women’s Society, Inc. Alexandra earned a B.A. in Communications from Boston College and a Master of Public Policy from the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Blake Harvey
by November 22, 2019
What do Silicon Valley and Tulsa, Oklahoma have in common? More than you could ever imagine. Over the past one hundred years both have been home to entrepreneurial multi-millionaires. And though comparatively fewer have heard about The Greenwood District in Tulsa, otherwise known as “Black Wall Street;” Anthony Frasier showcases how the fabric of this once vibrant ecosystem laid the groundwork for innovation and growth all over the United States. Inspired by his predecessors in Oklahoma, Frasier’s TEDx weaves a story of a determined entrepreneur from Tulsa to Newark, who would eventually co-found The Phat Startup and breathe new life into a U.S. community. "Anthony Frasier is the co-Founder of The Phat Startup, a media company that produces resources for entrepreneurs. His work has been featured on CNN Money, Forbes, Black Enterprise, and Black In America. Frasier was also named an innovator by AT&T which led to a spot that aired to millions weekly and was praised by The Washington Post. A serial entrepreneur, Frasier founded the startup Playd and award-winning gaming site, The Koalition. Frasier is actively involved in Newark, NJ, helping aspiring entrepreneurs. His initiatives have been recognized by the Business Outreach Center and he was granted the Award for Community Impact in 2012." This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Blake Harvey
by November 22, 2019
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For more coverage, visit the PBS NewsHour website: http://to.pbs.org/LjpF0w Paul Solman reports on one African-American family's year-long mission to shop only at black-owned businesses. Part of his Making Sen$e of financial news series, Paul Solman speaks with a family about their "Empowerment Experiment," and looks at some of the challenges African American entrepreneurs face.
Black Connect
by November 22, 2019
Dr Boyce Watkins asks why black owned businesses are not nearly as celebrated or respected as black employment. You can follow Dr Watkins at the links below: Instagram: @TheRealBoyceWatkins Twitter: @DrBoyceWatkins1 Via Text: Text the word Boyce to 31996 Youtube: Youtube.com/DrBoyceWatkins To learn how to start your own business: TheBlackBusinessSchool.com Personal website: BoyceWatkins.com The Dr Boyce Watkins Wealth-building program for children: BlackMillionairesOfTomorrow.com To take my online course: TheBlackStockMarketProgram.com The Dr Boyce Watkins podcast on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/boyce-watkins To buy Dr Boyce books: DrBoyceBooks.com