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I am a happily retired Africana-American who travels several times a year. Having convenient access to information on Black owned places to visit and travel accommodations would be a great benefit in helping me find and support quality Black owned and operated hotels, restaurants, clubs and shops. Further having a directory of Black manufacture products that I can find in the mainstream retail stores that I shop would be a benefit in my effort to support my community.
Video of the month
“How To Prepare A Winning RFP”
Chester Riddick President Alpha Enterprise Group
A Look Back in Black Business History
Sullivan’s Progress Plaza
Under the direction of the late Reverend Leon Sullivan, Progress Plaza, constructed in 1968, became the first shopping center developed, owned and managed by African Americans in the US.
The Negro Motorist Green Book
The first black business directory arguably is The Negro Motorist Green Book. Commonly referred to simply as the “Green Book” it was an annual guidebook for African-American travelers during the era of Jim Crow.