Leo Hickman, the founder of Classy Hippie Tea Company, has been in business for seven years. Hickman said under the current economy “there is monetary value, even if you are losing” because Trump “just put in tax breaks for owners,” the American Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, that can be written off. The American Tax […]Read More How is Black-owned Business Doing in the Trump Economy?
Monica Montgomery, civil rights advocate and attorney who fought for homeowners during the mortgage crisis, has won the primary election for San Diego City Council District 4. With all ballots counted, a margin of six votes between Montgomery and the incumbent shows the importance of every single vote. “These results show what we already knew: […]Read More Ready for change? Monica is Ready!
Local Cannabis Legislation dooms Urban Economic Opportunity By Vyncent DeVaughn Economic opportunities that harbor definite transformative outcomes come few and far between. The reason populations explored the unknown of the Western Hemisphere throughout history, was in search of such rare opportunity. Within America, the oil fields of Texas and Gold Rush in California are historic […]Read More Smoke Screen: Local Cannabis DRAMA
His recent NRA comments may have drawn a lot of ire and anger in his direction, but it’s easy to forget that Killer Mike has been making points and supporting movements that have some more universal acceptance for quite some time. It appears that he’s revisiting some of those points, recently talking to RollingOut about […]Read More Killer Mike Explains Why Buying Black-Owned Is So Important
BSD at Start-up Week; Unapologetically promoting Black-owned businesses It was the opening day of the Start-Up week and guess who was presenting? Black San Diego. Amongst a room engulfed with techies of varied cultures, races and backgrounds, we were the chosen group. The conversation was seamlessly moderated by inclusion advocate, Luis Martinez. (centered) Martinez suggested filling […]Read More The Art of Starting
FOR US BY US? THE MAINSTREAM APPEAL OF BLACK CONTENT From music to movies, fashion and art, Black Americans have long played an important role in shaping popular culture in the U.S., and that influence remains strong. In fact, 73% of non-Hispanic whites and 67% of Hispanics believe that African-Americans influence mainstream culture. And this […]Read More S For SUPER SHOPPER