Business in the Black
The rise of black business in America
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Business in the Black
The rise of black business in America, 1800's-1960's

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Produced by Anthony Brogdon

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                                                                                                                                      Premiered at Charles Wright Museum of African American Museum Detroit May 31st 


Up Next

August 1-4  Black Museums conference in Washington, DC                                   August 10th SIFF Cinema, Seattle, WA 7pm Adm $15                                           August 11th Northwest African American Museum                                             August 15th Woman's Club of Hollywood, Los Angeles 7pm $15                       August 16th Digital Gym, San Diego, CA 7pm Adm $15                                       September 22nd, Theater to be determined, Washington, DC

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Business in the Black has 3 segments:

How did slaves go to college?    

We examine how they were accepted, what schools first started accepting blacks and how they had enough education to be a college student

What racist did to destroy black business districts across America 

We name black business districts, then cite some riots, bombings and even government action that destroyed the district

A look at what African-Americans accomplished

Name black millionaires in the 1800's, businesses and organizations and interviewed people who family owned a business in the early 1900's. For example the sons of the founders of a black owned hospital founded in 1917 or descendants of the founders of a black owned cemetery founded in 1925 and so much more.


75 min run time

Organizations that we are reaching out to include:

Black Enterprise
Ebony Magazine
Black Entertainment Television
Radio One
Aspire
NAACP 
Urban League
Black Museums Association
ASALH
Essence
and other national organizations have been notified.

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We asking for referrals to contact and let know about Business in the Black, email us at strongproduction@aol.com
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