BmoreNews.com presents The Black Wall Street REUNION: 10th Anniversary Benefit Thurs., Dec. 9 from 7-9p at Darker Than Blue Grille

BmoreNews.com presents The Black Wall Street REUNION: 10th Anniversary Benefit
Thursday, December 9, 2021 from 7 to 9 pm at Darker Than Blue Grille, 413 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21201

Can you believe it’s been ten years since we started recognizing entrepreneurs with the Joe Manns Black Wall Street Award? Soooo, let’s have a reunion on December 9th at the new Darker Than Blue Grille! As always, we will be featuring the Joe Manns Black Wall Street Awards Ceremony.

Since 2011 in Washington, D.C., BmoreNews.com has been celebrating Black entrepreneurs and professionals as well as the people who support them regardless of race. To date, we have recognized nearly 1,800 individuals in several US cities, including New York, Baltimore, Richmond, Atlanta, New Orleans, Birmingham, Las Vegas, and Tulsa.

Our aim is to help preserve national Black Wall Street history and to help inspire more entrepreneurship, beginning in the Black community. We understand that the stronger Black businesses become, the more they are able to hire other Black people.

We are ever so grateful for the ongoing support from our businesses. If you would like to support our Black press efforts via BmoreNews.com and BlackUSA.News or the establishment of the National Black Wall Street Foundation, go to Bwsreunion.eventbrite.com.

What is BmoreNews.com?

For nearly 2 decades, BmoreNews.com has earned a reputation for effectively covering the issues facing African Americans, beginning in the DMV. Our five core areas are: Black businesspublic educationex-offender servicesaffordable housing; and universal access to health care.

We have also provided content and political analysis to news outlets throughout, including the International Business Times, Spanish TV, NewsweekCNN.

From the United Nations to the White House to Annapolis to the City Halls in Baltimore and Washington, D.C., BmoreNews has consistently delivered pertinent news, editorials and information that’s too often overlooked or mischaracterized by mainstream outlets, including Freddie Gray.

Further, our news coverage has also been on-the-ground in other states and countries, including Ethiopia, Jordan, Tanzania, Jamaica and Canada. And we have a YouTube library with over 4,000 news clips.

Our aim has always been to better capture the Black experience in America using the latest in digital technology.

For the past 10 years, we have further expanded the brand with the implementation of the Joe Manns Black Wall Street Awards. To date, we have recognized over 1,700 Black entrepreneurs and professionals as well as the people who support them regardless of race in several US cities, including New York and Atlanta. The aim is to teach Black Wall Street history and to inspire entrepreneurship in our communities.

We are only able to continue our mission, thanks to people like you who understand the value of the Black press and why the Black community must have an unfettered voice to illuminate our issues and concerns.