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Bank of America Sued for Neglecting Black Neighborhoods

Bank of America Sued for Neglecting Black Neighborhoods ...

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Carolinas-Virginia Minority Supplier Development Council selects Dominique Milton as new President

The Carolinas-Virginia Minority Supplier Development Council announced Dominique Simpson Milton as the organization's new president and CEO, effective June 1, 2018. ...

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Against the odds, Black Entrepreneur signs major deal With Sam’s Club to take her Family Tea Recipe Nationwide

Detroit entrepreneur Nailah Ellis-Brown is defying the odds. At the age of 20, she started her hand-crafted tea business during the height of the Great Recession in one of the hardest hit cities in America. She should have failed. Instead, today Ellis-Brown’s business is thriving - she has her own beverage manufacturing plant and has just inked a deal that will test her family recipe for Jamaican Sweet Tea ...

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When is the right time for a fundraising campaign?

When is the right time for a fundraising campaign? ...

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Corporate leaders offer more than money

Corporate leaders offer more than money ...

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Ten-Year- Old Entrepreneur ‘Bosses on Em’ with her new footwear company

Tween CEO and entertainer Amiya Steed founded her business, AMAK by Amiya footwear, in 2016 as a way of self-expression and to help combat bullying. ...

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The math of fundraising

The math of fundraising ...

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How to win at fundraising

Below we share a few of these prerequisites, otherwise known as “secrets to winning at fundraising.”  Think on these questions. Talk about them. Share these with your board, staff, volunteers, fellow community members. Consider putting them into an online survey and ask those you know to share their responses. ...

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