Honorees Announced for Saturday’s Black Wall Street EMAGE CENTER, 10.16.21, 3-5pm, 2132 W. North Avenue :: “I Am Black Wall Street” Book Signing by Doni Glover

Photo: Robert Shahid, General Manager/Host, WEAA 88.9 FM is among the list of distinguished honorees for Saturday’s Black Wall Street ceremony.


(BALTIMORE – October 13, 2021) – BmoreNews.com invites all to attend Black Wall Street E.M.A.G.E. CENTER Featuring The Joe Manns Black Wall Street Award & Book Signing for Doni Glover’s “I Am Black Wall Street”, Sat., Oct. 16, 2021, 3-5 pm, 2132 W. North Avenue BALTIMORE, MD 21217.

The goal is simply to further support and promote Black businesses, including the E.M.A.G.E. Center on North Avenue. It is a classic example of a viable solution to the ills which plague our community.

For VENDING OPPORTUNITIES, call E.M.A.G.E. Center at 443.979.1774.

RSVP to https://blackwallstreetemagecenter.eventbrite.com


Honorees include:

Brittany Hector

Angela Muhammad

Mark Clack

Cameron Miles

Herbert Lucas

Atom Samuels

William Davis

Nakeisha Turner


Catherine Marie

Robert Shahid

Mosiah Fit 

Larry Davis

Sharikat An Nisaa


About E.M.A.G.E. Center

Citywide Youth Development uses manufacturing and entrepreneurship to elevate a new economic framework for youth and young adults in Baltimore that builds upon traditional approaches and incorporates key strategies that result in doing business in a more intentional and ultimately more effective way.

In order to further our mission of providing solutions for crime & poverty, Citywide has established the E.M.A.G.E. Center. The acronym stands for Entrepreneurs Making And Growing Enterprises!

The idea of “Community Wealth Building – is a place-based, systems approach to community and economic development that ensures local and equitable ownership and control of wealth; develops mutually reinforcing economic enterprises; invests in assets that are anchored locally; and engages the procurement power of institutional partners.”