Africa-Caribbean Trade Finale Aug. 31 and beyond–Journal of Black Innovation

$250.00

The Journal of Black Innovation is the driver of Our10Plan: the African-American economic strategy to rise from four percent of American GDP to ten percent.  During the 19th annual Journal of Black Innovation National Black Business Month, we’ve shared that objective with Black business organizations across the nation, beginning with the US Black Chambers on July 14 and follow up video sessions with its top executives.  We are implementing on a local level through the Central Brooklyn Economic Development Corp. in Brownsville and the Dr. T. Nathaniel Burbridge Center for Inclusive Innovation in San Francisco.    Your registration not only includes our monumental visit to Bridgetown, Barbados for the African Union-Caribbean Community first Trade summit but a continuing year-round scientific and economic diet of expert knowledge through the daily Black Money Worldwide, the monthly Journal of Black Innovation and our annual scientific proceeding Innovation&Equity23 on Jan. 15.  You’ll also get the last five State of Black Business reports including Down But Not Out: State of Black Business.

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Be part of the exciting final days of the 19th annual Journal of Black Innovation National Black Business Month, featured in Inc. magazine for our blockbuster Marcus Garvey Day announcements.

  • Aug. 26, the premiere of BLACKWOMANCOMING: They Scared of Mary Helen Rogers at the San Francisco African-American Art & Culture Complex
  • Aug. 27, BlackRestaurant.NET Black Restaurant Day
  • Aug. 31, Africa, the Caribbean and  African-American Economic Integration, previewing the AU-Caribbean Community Trade Summit from Bridgetown, Barbados
  • Sept. 1-2 Live coverage from Bridgetown
  • Sept. 3    Azurest Labor Day weekend from the 75 year old private beach resort in Sag Harbor in the Hamptons
  • Sept. 4  West Indian Day parade from Brooklyn
  • Sept. 12-23 Architecture in the City presents Mapping Maya tours of the proposed Maya Angelou National Historic District in San Francisco
  • Sept. 20-22  15th annual Preserving California Black Heritage beginning with DRINKBLACK showcase of African-American brewers, distillers and vintners