Tech Crunch founder Michael Harrington said that he doesn’t know of a single black entrepreneur. Dr. Boyce Watkins and Yvette Carnell ask whether or not he’s a racist.
Michael Arrington, founder of Tech Crunch Magazine, actually seems to think that black entrepreneurs don’t exist.
Prof. Byron Price has a lot to say about the prison industrial complex and how to fix it.
In this video, Dr. Boyce Watkins speaks with Lorillia Brown-Phillips, a personal financial planning expert and author of the e-book, “Jump Start Your Credit.” In the interview, they discuss first steps you can take to get your credit back on track.
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Optimum Launches the “Less Talk…More Action” Economic Empowerment Tour Sponsored by George Soros Open Society Institute
On October 27th, 2011 in direct response to economic hardships faced by the Black and Hispanic communities as a result of a lagging economy, The Optimum Institute of Economic Empowerment (“OIEE”) will launch its economic empowerment tour entitled “Less Talk…More Action”. While going through as many as 13 cities with the possibility of adding more, Ryan Mack (President of OIEE, Author, and National Media Commentator) has galvanized a dynamic team of world renowned experts to create tangible solutions to multifaceted economic hardships that continue to plague minority communities.
Sometimes, kids can just get on your last nerve. This woman’s baby brothers put a hurting on her cell phone bill.