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Neighbor Calls Police on a 12-year-old Boy for Mowing the Wrong Lawn & Now His Business is on Fiyah!

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Reggie Fields of ‘Mr Reggie’s Lawn Cutting Service’ By Erickka Sy Savané Another day, another person calling the police on someone black for no good reason. There was ‘BBQ Becky‘ who called the police on some black folks who were chefing it up with a grill in the park. ‘Permit Patty’ who got her fingers in a tizzy and called…

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Hey Girlfriends, There is a Way to Get a Girlfriends Movie Made

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The ‘Girlfriends:’ LaVeris/FilmMagic By Brenda Alexander Like many, I was disappointed in the lackluster season 8 finale, which turned out to be the series finale (cancellation), of Girlfriends. Fans who grew close to the characters and related to their relationships, were left with no real resolution, or even a happy ending. After years of failing in love, Joan Carol Clayton…

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Oprah is the 1 Billion Dollar Woman After Signing Monster Programming Deal With Apple

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Kevin Winter/Getty Images By Erickka Sy Savané If there was any doubt that Oprah Winfrey is still the queen of television, make no mistake, she is the undisputed champ. After pulling her OWN network from the ashes following a slow start, to the highest rated network for African American women, Oprah is taking it up a notch by signing a…

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This Financial Behaviorist is Helping Women Make Better Choices Around Money

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Photo: Frederick V. Nielsen, II By Sharon Pendana Financial behaviorist, coach and author, Jacquette M. Timmons has two great obsessions: shoes, and getting people to see that “you don’t manage money – you manage your choices around money.” Though she left home at sixteen to study shoe design in New York City, an encounter with an Estee Lauder exec opened…

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For Black Millennnials, Home Ownership Still the Best Way to Build Generational Wealth: Part 2

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Real Estate Developer & Entrepreneur A. Donahue Baker By Erickka Sy Savané In part 1 of this 2-part series we spoke to real estate developer and entrepreneur A. Donahue Baker about some of the misconceptions that black Millennials have when it comes to building generational wealth through home ownership. Here, he’ll talk about the best places to buy, gentrified neighborhoods,…

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For Black Millennials, Home Ownership Still the Best Way to Build Generational Wealth: Part 1

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Real Estate Developer & Entrepreneur A. Donahue Baker By Erickka Sy Savané There are people who do their jobs and there are those who are passionate about their work. Entrepreneur and real estate developer A. Donahue Baker has built an impressive real estate portfolio of over 400 residential units nationwide, and he’s passionate about providing minorities and Millennials with the…

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