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Here are 5 must-try Black-owned restaurants in Alabama

By Haley Laurence Alabama Newscenter When you think of notable Alabama restaurants, chances are you’ll immediately think of a Black-owned restaurant. After all, many of the state’s...

Urban League’s Marc Morial Highlights Virtual 2021 A.G. Gaston Conference

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Growing up in segregated New Orleans, Louisiana surrounded by an abundance of small Black businesses, Marc Morial, President of the...

‘Find a Need and Fill It’: One of A.G. Gaston’s Prominent...

By Roy L. Williams Although the 2021 A.G. Gaston Conference will be held virtually February 23-24 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it could not come...

Meet Mike and James Kemp: Father and son; software platform innovators 

By Doug Segrest doingmoretoday.com Necessity is the mother of invention. But in Birmingham, a father-and-son team has devised an innovative app to help businesses effortlessly manage ongoing...

10 Birmingham businesses report $663M in spending with minority vendors 

birminghambusinessalliance.com  Responding to a challenge issued last year by Mayor Randall L. Woodfin, 10 Birmingham companies and institutions on Friday released a report that discloses...

Miles College, Birmingham Join $130M Partnership to Help Small Businesses Hurt...

By Alabama Newscenter Staff Hope Enterprise Corp., with a $130 million commitment from Goldman Sachs, has partnered with seven cities and nine historically Black colleges and...

What Millennials Can Learn from Business Icon A.G. Gaston

By Jasmine Phillips “Find a need and fill it.” One of my personal favorite maxims stated by the legendary Birmingham businessman A.G. Gaston. There are plenty...

Giving A.G. Gaston the Recognition He Deserves

By Bob Dickerson If there has ever been anyone that I consider myself privileged to have met, anyone who greatly inspired me by his unique...

Birmingham releases VITAL report on $24M spending with minority businesses

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020, the City of Birmingham spent more than $24 million with minority-owned...

Annual A.G. Gaston Conference Will Be Virtual This Year

bbrc.biz The coronavirus caused uncertainty in many institutions and wreaked havoc on gatherings for the past year. Last year’s 16th A.G. Gaston Conference was held...

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