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Morgan McKenzie

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Morgan McKenzie

9:00 am 2:00 pm


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Minority-owned small companies are, certainly, feeling an outsized impression of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to research by The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. Taking a look at numerous studies throughout the Fed system, together with periodic surveys of enterprise homeowners, Cleveland Fed group growth analyst Lucas Misera factors out that Black-owned companies have closed at […]

By Gerri Detweiler Treefort Music Fest, a well-liked music and humanities pageant in Boise, Idaho, was set to open for its ninth annual occasion two weeks after the Covid-19 disaster hit full power. It was pressured to postpone, initially till September 2020 after which till 2021. It may have meant the dying of the long-lasting […]

The cash is a part of a nationwide effort to uplift communities of shade and enhance public well being. PORTLAND, Ore. — Kaiser Permanente Northwest is granting $250,000 to Black-owned companies and nonprofits spanning Oregon and Washington. It’s a part of Kaiser’s national effort to tackle systemic racism, by offering speedy response grants, enterprise loans […]

Dr. Key Hallmon is founder of The Village Market ATL who’s mission is to advance economic equity for Black Businesses. On this Black Out Tuesday Angie Ange spoke to Dr. Key on the power of creating a platform to bring Black businesses together and the importance of providing the necessary assistance to position Black businesses […]

The movement focuses on July 7, 2020, a day when supporters have committed to only spending money at black-owned businesses; this includes banks, grocery stores, gas stations, hair salons and all forms of commerce. See more exclusives at https://TheMorningHustle.com! * Listen Live: https://themorninghustle.com/listen-live * Twitter: https://twitter.com/morninghustleam * Instagram: https://instagram.com/morninghustleshow * Facebook: https://facebook.com/morninghustleshow #TheMorningHustle #BlackOutTuesday

Atlantic RecordsOakland native Kehlani took a trip back to her hometown to revisit the mural inspired by her latest album It Was Good Until It Wasn’t and check out some of her favorite black-owned businesses. After checking out the mural painted on the wall of a black-owned community space in West Oakland, the R&B singer revisited Oakland’s first black-owned gypsy shop where she had purchased her homebirth essentials in […]