SBO - SupportBlackOwned.com
SBO business marketplace is not just for Business owners. We want to every Black person who owns a business, service, organization, or talent in Louisiana to list it here on SBO. If you are an actor, we want you to list. If you are an artist, author, etc. we want you to list. If you have a book club or motorcycle club we want you to list. So let the world know about your talent or Louisiana organization by using our platform. Economics - SBO is the most popular and affordable directory on the market. We give you more "Free" features than any other directory in the market. Our paid feature cost only a fraction of what other directories charge. Smart business owners take advantage of every opportunity to increase sales with minimum customer acquisition costs. The Official Black Business Directory for Black Wall Street USA.
Kola Nut Collaborative Initiative
The Kola Nut Collaborative is a timebank recently formed in southeast Chicago to weave together individuals, neighborhoods and organizations in a network of reciprocal service exchange. As a community development tool, timebanking holds tremendous collaborative promise as an incentive towards participation in prosocial activities within a community. By offering a cashless incentive which members can readily trade on the network for other useful services, we reward those participants who are already performing beneficial work in formations such as block clubs or neighborhood associations and incentivize those who may not have participated in the past to become involved. Timebanking enables individuals to decrease the financial pressure on themselves by offering them a network of neighbors who can provide services while offering that network an opportunity to be of assistance to someone else. Inside the timebank, time is traded as the currency. Our mission is to promote and sustain a robust timebanking infrastructure which supports these non-monetary transactions amongst individuals and organizations allowing a greater sum of the realized value of work to be retained and shared within local communities. Our vision is to make social infrastructure visible within our communities. Social infrastructure describes the invisible bonds and relationships which constitute a generative capital that can be accumulated and circulated through timebanking.
Greenwood Historical Map & Data
Holocaust in the United States of America
Global Greenology Initiative
A global manufacturing and design company specializing in environmentally friendly building solutions. If you can design it, you can build it with Global Greenology products. The initiative is to prevent pollution, market the best preferred Green Products and to Recycle. The effort utilizes 100% of recyclables processes to bring to the market the best preferred green products. This national initiative will educate state, city and local government, commercial and residential customers on finish Green products and the importance of recycling so that the home of tomorrow can be built to be energy efficient and sustainable.
Go Fund the Movement for the Next 300 Years
A P.O.P Movement Has Started To End Unemployment & Poverty
Black Wall Street Tulsa on Facebook
Once upon a time in American, in the year 1921, there was a Black paradise.
Classroom Environment Respecting Diversity
Our classrooms should help to build a positive self-image in our students. These types of environments help children gain positive ideas about themselves and helps introduce students of all colors to the understanding that all children are valuable and diversity is important. We know that it can be difficult to find materials that positively reflect students of color in a non-stereotypical way. Our objective is to EMPOWER our children with our positive imagery, EMBOLDEN their self-esteem, EMBRACE their hidden potential and ENRICH the fertility of their minds!!! Create Inspiring and Influential Images that kids can Identify themselves in and visualize their greater selves.
Dr. Carter, Sr. Offers Public Support to sustain The Greenwood Cultural Center in Tulsa
What was Black Wall Street?
Who established Black Wall Street?
What partially caused the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot?
Black Wall Street District Implementation
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Black Wall Street districts can be recognized as an urban area that is a thriving center of business, industry, and culture and is one commercial strip that has 50%-70% or more businesses owned by African Americans. This will enable local organizers and BWS district leaders to focus on what they are doing within their potential district. Leaders consider the people to be involved. District president's make sure the group is balanced and no special interests dominate. Refer to our District Implementation Manual (DIM)
Step One: The Right Spirit
Step Two: Recognizing a Black Wall Street District
Step Three: Measurable Objectives
Step Four: Evaluation
Step Five: Capacity Analysis
Step Six: Feasibility Study
Step Seven: Legislation
Step Eight: Black Wall Street Business Proposal
What was the aftermath of the physical destruction of Black Wall Street Tulsa?
NAAFRA Speaks to the New African Family
Tulsa History Moment: O.W. Gurley
Greenwood Cultural Center