Black Businesses Devalued Just As Are Black Homes
Specifically, the study reveals that highly rated businesses in Black neighborhoods (as measured by Yelp ratings) experience slower revenue growth than poorly rated businesses in otherwise similar neighborhoods.
Welcome to Nigeria – Part II of II
Later, we visited the home of Timothy and Doris Adewumi. I was surprised that Timothy, a Christian, has multiple wives. "That is our tradition," was his response to my revelation. "Are you friends with the other wife?" I asked Doris.
What's New with Port Of Harlem?
Giveaways, advertisers' promotion, top Instagram posts reported, and Smile.Amazon donations to the Port Of Harlem Gambian Education Partnership (POHGEP) are all happening in upcoming issues of Port Of Harlem.
My Hero, Vel Phillips
Four decades ago, Vel Phillips made history as the first African–American elected statewide. She was also the first woman and first non–white candidate ever elected to serve as Wisconsin Secretary of State.
Coronavirus, What's Next?
According to the World Health Organization "a pneumonia of unknown cause detected in Wuhan, China was first reported to the WHO Country Office in China on December 31, 2019." That pneumonia is now called Coronavirus Disease (COVID–19).
2020 US Census Invitations Arrive March 12–20
Depending on how likely the area is to respond online, households will receive either an invitation encouraging them to respond online or by phone, or an invitation along with a paper questionnaire.
See what has been cancelled. Feel free to send us notices and to check the Activities page for updates. Contemporary African Artists @ Gallerie Renee Marie closes in San Francisco, Women's History Festival with Vashti Harrison takes place in Baltimore while an International Conference for the Normalization of US–Cuba Relations opens in New York City.
The Story of Sexually Exploited Enslaved Black Men broke many of our readership records and was number one amongst those who get Port Of Harlem via e–mail and those who visited our web page. The number one posting on our Facebook page will have you shaking your head.