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Talking with Becky Quick on the CNBC Squawk Box

Last week, June 24, 2020, I was pleased to join Becky Quick on the CNBC “Squawk Box” to discuss the coronavirus impact on minority-owned businesses. You can watch the full segment now: https://youtu.be/FDj6N6rCnvE “Well you know that black folks have been doing so much with so little for so long, Becky, we can almost do anything with nothing. They are ... read more

Operation HOPE Economic Impact Now Totals More Than $4 Million Since Onset Of COVID-19 With Addition Of New $250K Mini-Grant Program

As seen on PR Newswire, click here to the see the article. $1.3 Million in PPP Loans and Other Financial Assistance Secured for Individuals and Small Businesses Thousands of Free, Virtual Financial Recovery Support Services Provided HOPE Inside Disaster Virtual Assistance Remains Active for Those Seeking Financial Support & Operation HOPE Continues to Expand COVID-19 Assistance with Mini-Grant Program ATLANTA, June ... read more

Operation HOPE Economic Impact Now Totals More Than $4 Million Since Onset Of COVID-19 With Addition Of New $250K Mini-Grant Program

As seen on PR Newswire, click here to the see the article. $1.3 Million in PPP Loans and Other Financial Assistance Secured for Individuals and Small Businesses Thousands of Free, Virtual Financial Recovery Support Services Provided HOPE Inside Disaster Virtual Assistance Remains Active for Those Seeking Financial Support & Operation HOPE Continues to Expand COVID-19 Assistance with Mini-Grant Program ATLANTA, June ... read more

Juneteenth: A Call for Freedom and Opportunity for All

On June 19, 1865 in the hot summer fields of Galveston, Texas, General Gordon Granger announced that by proclamation and executive order of the President of the United States, all enslaved Americans of African descent were emancipated from their former estate and had a right to live as free men and women. The people gathered and rejoiced, sang and praised ... read more

Juneteenth: A Call for Freedom and Opportunity for All

On June 19, 1865 in the hot summer fields of Galveston, Texas, General Gordon Granger announced that by proclamation and executive order of the President of the United States, all enslaved Americans of African descent were emancipated from their former estate and had a right to live as free men and women. The people gathered and rejoiced, sang and praised ... read more
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