View profile

Investing Black

Now more than ever, it behooves us to invest in our communities and business. Not only with our voice
The Mojisola Report
Investing Black
By The Afropole • Issue #80 • View online
Now more than ever, it behooves us to invest in our communities and business. Not only with our voices but with our knowledge, our platforms but more importantly, with our money. It begins today.

Open air market to support Black-owned businesses
Tiffany Alfonseca: “The Representation of Afro-Latino Culture Is Essential”
Looking For A Black-Owned Business To Support? There’s An App For That.
Rihanna Donates $2.1 Million To Help Los Angeles Victims Of Domestic Violence Amid Stay-At-Home Order
Def Jam Africa Is Expanding Into Côte d'Ivoire, Cameroon & Senegal
The Best Dressed Black Creatives On Instagram This Week
Multichoice Nigeria: How investing $2.1 billion in Nigeria’s media and entertainment value chain impacts the national economy
Survival Of The Lit-est: Business Owner Noëlle Santos Is Not Backing Down
Black Jobs Matter: Covid-Related Job Losses And The Black Community
Jackie Aina's New Candle Collection Is A Whole Mood
Artist Hebru Brantley Partners with Bombay Sapphire Gin to Support Racial Justice
Post-Covid19: Jamaica Announces Reopening of Entertainment Industry
Did you enjoy this issue?
The Afropole

The Mojisola Report is a weekly newsletter highlighting African and Afrodiasporan business and innovation news in the food, beauty and creative industries.

If you don't want these updates anymore, please unsubscribe here.
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here.
Powered by Revue