ZoWhat Show: Current Events Show with SG: Baba-Femi, & RizzaIslam

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with SG: BabaFemi, and RizzaIslam

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Team TSC Carousel on Vimeo

Working on some new video ads 🙂

 

TeamTSC Store

Where you can find the exclusive TeamTSC brands which has throwback styles of the some of the 90s B-Boy fashions and celebrates black love

http://teamtsc.us.to

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Invest in the First Black Woman-Owned Cafe & Farmers Market Franchise That Will Be Owned by the Community

From the crib!!!

Roots & Vine Produce and Café, spearheaded by Ena Jones, a single mother of 3, born and raised in Chicago, has set its Grand Opening for this fall 2018 on Chicago’s South Side in the Morgan Park Community. The plan is to create a Wi-Fi friendly café with a healthy menu, coffee, smoothies, and juices as well as tempting pastries. Continue reading

new URLs for the TeamTSC store

Well since the tr.im URL redirector seems to have died, I’ve made new URLs to get to the store

http://gg.gg/teamtsc

http://tny.im/teamtsc

https://miffy.me/teamtsc

https://tinyurl.com/y8rsk9tz

http://shorl.com/vohomegabroji

and the direct link

https://shop.spreadshirt.com/teamtsc

 

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Black-Owned Daily Room Rental App Makes History as the First to Compete with Airbnb

This is a pretty dope idea especially considering we goin back to the green book for negroes times….

For the first time in history, a Black-owned portal website and app has been developed to compete in the same space as AirBnB with a unique twist of its own. It’s called DRR which stands for Daily Room Rentals, and the web site is DailyRoomRentals.com. Continue reading

The all-Black Utopian Ghost City that Lost its Soul

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I never heard of this place and it’s a damn shame how YT did it…

In the heart of what was North Carolina’s old tobacco and cotton-field industry, lies the remains of Soul City, an unrealised utopia born in the midst of America’s 1970s urban crisis, intended to encourage black empowerment in a new all-African American planned community. Bankrolled by Nixon’s Republican government, “built by black people and for black people”, Soul City was projected to have 44,000 inhabitants by the year 2004. As you’re about to see from photographs of the half-empty town, things didn’t exactly go as planned… Continue reading