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Believing in Crateism with Black woman-owned Vinyl shop owner Fatima Chantel 
February 2, 2023
Crateism is a Black woman-owned eCommerce site that sells a wide range of vinyl records. Digital shop owner, Fatima Chantel curated this space for vinyl lovers and found a strong community-based in Los Angeles, California.    ... read more »
Fair Chance Hiring Program Gives Another Chance 
February 2, 2023
On Friday, January 27, Los Angeles County Supervisor Holly Mitchell, the Department of Economic Opportunity, business and community leaders launched the Fair Chance Hiring Program designed to create hiring practices with the goal of getting 200 local businesses to commit to employing system-impacted individuals this year.  ... read more »
Power, Leadership, and Influence of the Black Woman
January 25, 2023
A word from creator, Danny J. Bakewell, Sr. I want to thank you all for your support in empowering Black women. My motivation for creating this powerful women’s event has been two-fold; ... read more »
Feeding the soul across the nation: When you go to Vegas go to Lo-Lo’s Chicken and Waffles
January 19, 2023
Sizzling food comes rushing from the kitchen, on to the contemporary style dining hall—guests softly dancing to classic 90’s r&b music as the waitress greets them with a warm welcome to Lo-Lo’s in Las Vegas, California. A must-try soul food spot nestled in at 325 Hughes Center Drive. ... read more »
Supporting Black Women-Owned Businesses: The Painted Lady LA
December 29, 2022
Black women-owned businesses are one of the fastest-growing markets to date. In a previous article, the L.A. Sentinel had an exclusive interview with the founder and owner of The Painted Lady L.A., Autumn Armstrong, before the grand opening of the business. The organization has grown exponentially since then and there are more women artists building their names at the shop.  ... read more »
A Billion Dollar Fund Is Helping California Homeowners Make Past Due Mortgage Payments 
December 22, 2022
       Relief is available for homeowners struggling to pay their mortgage due to financial hardships caused by the Pandemic.     The California Mortgage Relief Program is providing a lifeline for qualifying California property owners, ... read more »
Sports Innovation Conference Shows the Business and Impact of Sports
December 8, 2022
The 2022 L.A. Sports Innovation Conference touched on several topics including community outreach, business opportunities, and NIL deals. ... read more »
Ambassador Touts Benefits of Doing Business in Ethiopia
December 1, 2022
Ambassador Seleshi Awulachew recently stopped in Los Angeles to extol the benefits of doing business in Ethiopia. According to one of the newest diplomats to the U.S., multiple opportunities exist for investors seeking to establish commercial relationships in one of Africa’s most prosperous countries. And the Honorable Dr. Awulachew can assist financiers in making those critical connections. ... read more »
Has Black Friday Lost its Luster? Depends on Whom You Ask
November 18, 2022
Despite the relatively small sample size in the survey, a growing number of shoppers said Black Friday had lost its appeal. ... read more »
EECI Salutes 2022 Graduates of Miracle Entrepreneur Program
November 3, 2022
There were no tricks, just treats and a festive time at Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen in Watts over the Halloween weekend when the Entrepreneur Educational Center, Inc. (EECI) held a commencement celebration for its Miracle’s Entrepreneur Program Class of 2022 graduates. ... read more »
Biz Summit 2022 Offers Opportunities to Bid on Contracts
September 22, 2022
The California Black Chamber of Commerce Foundation Inc. (CALBCCF) is offering “game-changing opportunities” for mini micro, micro, and small business proprietors of the state at the Economic Business and Roundtable Statewide Summit 2022. ... read more »
Inequality Last Year Grew, But Child Poverty Dropped
September 15, 2022
Income inequality in the U.S. increased last year for the first time in more than a decade, but childhood poverty was cut almost in half due to expansion of the federal government’s child tax credit and stimulus payments made in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new survey results released Tuesday, Sept. 13, by the U.S. Census Bureau. ... read more »
Black-Owned Restaurants to Try in L.A. 
September 8, 2022
If you currently live in Los Angeles or you plan on visiting anytime soon it is very essential to know about the best food places in the area!  ... read more »
Eleven86: Black-Owned Real Artesian Water Brand
September 8, 2022
Marquis Forge, Founder and CEO, MRaine Industries, LLC is the man behind Eleven86, an artesian water company. The core of this firm is to be in a position to give hope to their community while providing a source of clean water.  ... read more »
Plan to Phase Out Sales of Gas-Powered Cars in 2035 Has Long Road Ahead 
September 8, 2022
California has announced a new policy that will phase out the sale of gas-operated vehicles in 2035, thirteen years from now. But that ambitious effort to protect the environment leaves some unanswered questions.   ... read more »

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