August: National Black Business Month
August is the ninth annual National Black Business Month, founded by engineer F.E. Jordan Sr. and historian John William Templeton, to raise visibility of U.S. businesses led by African-Americans.
Visit the Northwest Neighborhood Historic District in West Palm Beach, location of the city’s first black public school, or plan a trip to the Overtown Folklife Village in Miami. Dine at Papa’s Jamaican Cuisine, in Fort Lauderdale or Seafood Soul in West Palm Beach.
Consumers can view a day-by day listing with fact-filled suggestions at blackmoney.com.
Source: The Sun Sentinel
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