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Hair is NOT a Hustle

Sisters and DreamGirls cofounders Sharie Wilson and Tonya Thompson are on a mission to debunk the stereotypes that Black people often face in regard to their hair.

Hiphopoly is Not Just Fun and Games

In 2012, Charles and Monique Carter created Hiphopoly as a customized version of Monopoly to entertain their family and friends.  Then in 2018, the Carters saw the greater potential in sharing their game with the world, and more importantly, the broader African American diaspora.

The Keith Family: Utilizing Resources as Entrepreneurs

President of Elite Auto Network (EAN), Christine Keith, has expanded their enterprise to new heights since joining her husband, Todd Keith, CEO, ten years ago. EAN contracts with private, local, and government agencies to provide vehicle procurement, vehicle relocation, service maintenance, fleet management, and transportation services. In recent follow-up interview with the L.A. Sentinel, the Keith’s discuss some updates since they last spoke in 2018.   Giving an overview of EAN, Christine shares, “We’re basically like a one stop shop company.” Todd relays, “I started the business in college, and I’ve always had a passion for cars, for different types of

TOS Feature: Pucker Up Lemonade  

Compton-based, Pucker Up Lemonade Company handcrafts over sixty different flavors of lemonade, iced tea, and infused waters that you’ll get to try at this year’s 2022 Taste of Soul Festival coming on October 15th.  

 

The Person Has Been Rated RESILIENT

Resilient Walker is the title of all things – Dr. Shree Walker’s book, the name of her company, as well as the word’s the educator, motivational speaker, and CEO lives by.

Lisa Mathis Debuts ‘Block Party’ on June 8

“Block Party” stars Antoinette Robinson (“Dear White People”), Luenell (“Hacks”), Faizon Love (“Friday”), and the aforementioned Avery, directed by Dawn Wilkinson and set for a wide theatrical release via Iconic Events Releasing on June 8 and streaming by BET and BET+ starting June 16. 

Bakewell Media launches ‘ Taste of Soul’s Support a Black Business Campaign’

Taste of Soul is more than a family festival, it is also an economic empowerment festival designed to spotlight our Black businesses in and around South Los Angeles. Although the COVID-19 pandemic canceled all events for 2020—our support for these businesses is never canceled. To that end, Bakewell Media has launched the ‘Support a Black Business Advertising Campaign.’