17 Must Follow Twitter Pages For Entrepreneurs In Africa — theethnews

Entrepreneurs in Africa face a lot of challenges, from getting funded to getting support through education and grooming on how to scale their startups to profitability. In an article posted on Forbes, it states that only a handful of Africa’s most successful entrepreneurs and business leaders have embraced twitter to share business advice, personal experiences, […] … Continue reading 17 Must Follow Twitter Pages For Entrepreneurs In Africa — theethnews

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PhoenIIX_CULTIVATE™ || How Weed Tech is Becoming the Hottest New Industry — Tech Trek

Ever since Marijuana became legalized in the United States, for both medical and recreational purposes, it has been a booming industry. There are over 2 dozen states from California to Massachusetts that have legalized the drug and have therefore sparked an emerging tech industry that is continuing to grow. In 2016, North American legal marijuana […] … Continue reading PhoenIIX_CULTIVATE™ || How Weed Tech is Becoming the Hottest New Industry — Tech Trek

Longest-Running Housing Discrimination Case Outlives Judge — Black America Web

(Detroit News via AP) HAMTRAMCK, Mich. (AP) — A federal judge who worked until his recent death at age 96 left a historic trail of groundbreaking legal opinions. But one case outlived Damon Keith: the longest-running housing discrimination lawsuit in the United States. Keith declared in 1971 that Hamtramck, a tiny Detroit-area city long known… via … Continue reading Longest-Running Housing Discrimination Case Outlives Judge — Black America Web

Creating the Blueprint📝 📃 | Natalie Hanson Ω Re-Blog

In this @designopssummit presentation, Jennifer Kanyamibwa shares six life lessons that have informed her work as a Design Program Manager. via Creating the Blueprint — Natalie Hanson

Re-Blog Ω Resilient Design for Low-Income Communities |THE DIRT🏡🌅🌇

In her new book Resilience for All: Striving for Equity through Community-Driven Design, author Barbara Brown Wilson seeks to confront the failings of traditional planning and design practices in vulnerable low-income communities. While others have pursued landscape-based solutions to this issue — think community gardens — Brown suggests there is a larger role for landscape […] … Continue reading Re-Blog Ω Resilient Design for Low-Income Communities |THE DIRT🏡🌅🌇

ReBlog|| ESSENCE Network: Archivist Gabrielle M. Dudley Shares How to Create & Preserve Your Legacy📝🎥📚📻

Pic: Embodying Archives via the Weeksville Society Legacy Project Link: weeksvillesociety.org/the-legacy-project #ReBlog: Create & Preserve via ESSENCE Network: Archivist Gabrielle M. Dudley Shares How to Create & Preserve Your Legacy

Home || Black Mamas Matter Alliance || Potano’s Garden

https://blackmamasmatter.org/ via Home – Black Mamas Matter Alliance — Potano's Garden https://www.thenation.com/article/serena-williams-could-insist-that-doctors-listen-to-her-most-black-women-cant/