Check out Mali Natural Products. They are located in our directory under the categories of Beauty Supply, Health & Wellness, Skincare. According to their website: "you will find pure, natural, and organic Skincare products to give your skin the ultimate nutritional gain for all skin types and Tones."
Visit their website at: http://www.malinaturalproducts.com/home.html
According to Nielson reports, African American spending power has tipped 1 trillion dollars. How are we using that buying power? Are we re-investing in the communities that we live? One way to do that is to use a Black owned bank. Access to capital and loans are an essential part of being successful in today's world. Let's be smart about how we use our money.
We have proudly added a new Black owned bank to our directory. If you live in the Atlanta metro area, you can deposit your hard earned money with Citizen's Trust Bank.
We also have OneUnited Bank in our directory. They allow deposits nationwide via there website and app. Visit our homepage and do a search for "banks" to find a bank for you to deposit your money today!
We need more listings in our directory. Please spread the word about our website. Why do we charge to list a business? Because, often businesses cease to operate or they change their contact information. This causes a labor expense in terms of making sure that our list is accurate and up to date. We also have plans to re-invest in the Black business community by offering grants to small business owners. Let's work together to make a difference in our community. Join the movement!
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The NFL appears to be blacklisting NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick. In 2016, Kaepernick caused controversy by choosing to sit down instead of standing up for the national anthem during NFL games.
He chose to do that to draw attention to the many cases involving police shootings of minorities across the U.S. Many people believe that athletes should NOT be political and that they should simply play their sports for our entertainment.
In this country's history their have been athletes who have stood up against that premise and have used their fame and fortune to bring attention to issues that were important to them. One of the most famous cases was that of boxing legend Muhammad Ali.
Ali was opposed to the Vietnam war and filed a conscientious objector status and refused to be drafted to serve in the armed forces. As a result he was jailed and loss his championship belt. Many people did not agree with him taking a stand and thought that he should simply stay in his place and fight in the boxing ring. His past actions now are regarded as courageous and he is now regarded as a sports icon.
The NFL, and the owners of the teams are making millions of dollars off of Black athletes but are relatively silent regarding issues that involve minority injustices. I'm sure that they have a delicate balancing game that they must play to keep ALL of their fans happy.
So if they are afraid to rock the boat and make a stand, why can't they at least allow their players to have their small way of making a stand? Should we be upset with the NFL for preventing players like Kaepernick to express themselves?
Owners of NFL teams are treating Kaepernick like he has committed a crime, was involved in drugs, or was involved in a domestic dispute.
He has done none of those things. There has been NFL players who have done those things and still was able to find a place on a NFL team roster.
Why the harsh treatment of Colin Kaepernick? It seems that race issues are not as evolved as we may think in the U.S. Should we be silent as they treat this talented player this way? Or should we respond by withholding our support?
Community leaders like Najee Ali are calling for a boycott. Thousands of fans have signed a petition with intent to boycott if they do not sign Kaepernick. Do you agree?
Let us know your opinion in the comments. Keep it civil.
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Watch Shannon Sharpe speak about this Colin Kaepernick's right to protest.
ATLANTA, July 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Bounce will double the laughs by kicking off season three of its hit sitcom In The Cut starring Dorien Wilson and Kellita Smith with two new original episodes back-to-back 9:00-10:00 pm. (ET) on Tues. July 11. All-new In The Cut episodes will continue to premiere Tuesday nights at 9:00 pm (ET) through the summer.
Bounce also announced today that Ed Gordon will host a star-packed special featuring interviews with the biggest African-American celebrities in movies, television and comedy today, including Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, Michael Strahan, Omari Hardwick and Cedric the Entertainer, which will world premiere on Mon. July 17 at 10:00 p.m. (ET).
Coming off its highly-rated second season, In The Cut stars Wilson (The Parkers, Dream On) as Jay Weaver, an accomplished entrepreneur and barbershop owner who is kept on his toes by Cheryl, played by Smith (The Bernie Mac Show, The First Family), the co-owner of the beauty salon next store and his love interest. Ken Lawson (The Parkers)returns as Jay's 32-year old illegitimate son from a short-lived fling now in on the family business as does John Marshall Jones (The Smart Guy) as fellow barber and pal Smitty. Among this season's storylines: Social media pressures, positive pregnancy tests, old grudges, evading the government, a special engagement and much more. Guest stars include Tamar Braxton, Ed Lover, DC Young Fly, Cocoa Brown, Nephue Tommy, Marques Houston and Earthquake.
In the celebrity-driven Ed Gordon special, the award-winning journalist interviews the stars of the upcoming summer comedy Girls Trip, Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, Regina Hall and Tiffany Haddish, who discuss their careers and reflect on the contributions of black women in Hollywood today. Gordon profiles Super Bowl champion-turned broadcaster Michael Strahan and the very busy television talent discusses his life, his controversial departure from Live with Kelly and Michael and more. Power's Omari Hardwick talks with Gordon about his hit series and how he has handled fame in the social media era. Gordon also sits with Cedric the Entertainer and D.L. Hughley who discuss the state of comedy in the age of President Donald Trump and more.
Visit BounceTV.com for information.
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