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Throughout the years, our history has been miswritten or untold, it’s time for us to create our own story. Everything here will be black asf.

Daily Black History Facts

November 1 – November 30

National Entrepreneurship Month

We are reintroducing our Entrepreneur Spotlight to highlight impactful entrepreneurs, creators and innovators.

NBBM Interview Series

August was National Black Business Month. To celebrate National Black Business Month we released a month-long interview series featuring black businesses across the country.

The interviews offered an in-depth look into the featured businesses and their individual missions.

From the blog

Thursday Thoughts

I can’t focus knowing I have black men in my life who are at risk everyday of being killed simply because of the color of their skin. I can’t be creative in my own home or have any peace of mind realizing it’s a possibility I can be killed in my own house, evident from cases like Breonna Taylor.

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For Interview 2 of the Series Bonus edition of the National Black Business Month: Interview Series presented by TheBlack.Blog, we spoke with Alexis Armstrong to discuss her business and her entrepreneurship journey. Alexis is a musician, photographer, and artist with years of experience in the multimedia industry. She currently serves as a features editor for Inside Monthly, a magazine in Greensboro, NC. Alexis is the founder of 43North77West Creative Studio, an innovative multimedia design studio that offers design, photography and videography services.

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Juneteenth Business Expo

Juneteenth Business Expo opens annually on the Juneteenth holiday weekend, allowing customers to browse and purchase products and/or services from vendors.

All products and/or services are priced at $18.65 in honor of Juneteenth. 

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About The Creator

Hello, I’m Heaven Charniece. I am the founder and CEO of The Black Blog and HeavieTalk Media. The year 2020 was eye-opening for me to say the least. I created The Black Blog because I realized the need for US, to have a safe space that protects and showcases our culture, heritage, and excellence.

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