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EVER HEARD OF BMORENEWS.COM, THE NEWS BEFORE THE NEWS?

BMORENEWS.com, the news before the news

Pres. Obama at The White House

If you want on-the-ground coverage of Baltimore from a grassroots perspective, then check out www.bmorenews.com. Founded by Baltimore-born and raised journalist Doni Glover back in 2002, the award-winning Bmorenews has consistently been on the cutting-edge using 21st century media technology to keep you informed. This includes a library of over 4,300 YouTube videos featuring original content.

From Baltimore’s City Hall to the State House in Annapolis all the way to The White House, Bmorenews has covered national, state, and local politics from the Eastern Shore to Harford County – always with a fresh look at the issues affecting our communities. We have also delivered news on-the-ground from across the country, including Oregon, Arkansas, Florida, and upstate New York. Further, we’ve delivered news internationally with on-the-ground coverage from Jordan, Jamaica, Tanzania, Ethiopia and Canada.

We also cover the business scene. After all, what good is politics if it doesn’t translate into development – particularly in the Black community? Hence, Black business is another key component of our news coverage. Whether it’s Terra Café Bmore or P&J Contracting or Class Act Catering, we want to know how our businesses are doing, especially amidst this pandemic.

Geraldine Lamb (c) receives The Joe Manns Black Wall Street Award in Bowie, Maryland.

Even more, Bmorenews launched the ORIGINAL Black Wall Street SERIES *NYC *MD *DC *ATL *NOLA featuring the Joe Manns Black Wall Street Awards in the fall of 2011. We celebrate Black entrepreneurs and professionals as well as the people who support them regardless of race. To date, we have recognized over 1,700 business owners in 6 US cities, including New York, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Richmond, Atlanta, and New Orleans.

We earnestly believe that the stronger our Black businesses are, the stronger the community can become because these businesses historically are most likely to hire other Black people.

And we also follow affordable housing, universal access to health care, and ex-offender issues.

So, for real news coverage of the real issues that real people in the community are talking about, be sure to visit www.bmorenews.com, the news before the news where we uncover the truth!

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If you have a news scoop or want to advertise, email: doni@bmorenews.com or call 443.858.2684.