Black History Month

Black History Month Business Highlight - Your CBD Store Port Jeff Station

Black History Month Business Highlight – Your CBD Store Port Jeff Station

There are a decent amount of CBD shops on Long Island. However, they are rarely ran by women, let alone a Black woman. But, this is the case for the owner of Your CBD Store Port Jefferson. The store was launched by Wading River Resident Dee Earle Browning. After going through back surgery, struggling to …

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Let's Kick it with the Joneses -Uncommon Black History Facts That Weren't Taught In School

Let’s Kick it with the Joneses – Uncommon Black History Facts That Weren’t Taught In School

Did you know this year’s theme for Black History Month is health and wellness? Kick it with us as we dive into Uncommon Black History Facts that weren’t taught in school. What Black History Facts were you taught in school? Celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth with us by sharing your stories of Black Excellence with us! To nominate …

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Black History Month Business Highlight – The Hush Truck

We celebrate Black excellence 24/7, all 365 days of the year, but for Black History Month, we’re doing a little something special. Throughout the month, we’re highlighting Black Long Island businesses you may not have known about. Today, we’re shining a light on some mouthwatering meals from a Food Network star. Food from a three-time …

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Black History Month Inspires Mask Businesses Across the Island

One of the only good things to come out of the coronavirus pandemic is a new market for medical masks. Mask businesses have been a hot commodity in attempting to make an income during people’s free time.  February is Black History Month, which means communities unite and the rest of the country recognizes the accomplishments …

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Across the Mic with Julio Taku - Being a Young Businesswoman

Across The Mic with Julio Taku – Tracey Edwards: Being a Leader is Knowing When to Pass the Torch

In this episode, I’m joined by Tracey Edwards, Regional Director of the NAACP, mother and grandmother of three, breast cancer survivor and activist. We discuss the importance of engaging in local politics, her transition from parent to administrator and her time in public service. *This was recorded during the weeks leading up to the 2020 …

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