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Tag: Black Business
Chase Bank shows “Small Biz, Big Thanks” and celebrates National Small Business Week in Oak Cliff
On Monday, May 1st, Chase for Business hosted an in-person pop-up shop at its Oak Cliff Community Center branch to kick off National Small Business Week and invited Dallas area […]
Black culture shines bright during Dallas Arts Month
This April is the 10th annual celebration of Dallas Arts Month and we wanted to feature a couple highlights from our favorites in the Black arts scene of DFW. According […]
The POWER Couple: Lamar & Ronnie Tyler chat with Patrick & Jess Washington on marriage, business and the success of it all.
DW’s CEO and Publisher, Patrick & Jess Washington had an opportunity to chat with Lamar & Ronnie Tyler of Traffic Sales and Profit. The power couple sat with the Washingtons to talk about their journey, their philosophies on success and what drives them to create better opportunities for Black entrepreneurs across the nation.
Mama2Mama: Founder of Nu Standard, Autumn Yarbrough talks hair care, and the science of balancing it all
By Jess Washington, COO of Dallas Weekly I knew when I met Autumn Yarbrough at a mutual friend’s birthday party, we had to meet again. I have grown to be […]
Directory Connects Communities to Black Farmers
By Alexa Spencer Originally appeared in Word in Black Her family’s farmland was stolen before she was born, but with the Black Farmer’s Index, Dr. Kaia Niambi Shivers is out […]
Boss: The Black Experience in Business: A Recap
I had the opportunity to attend the screening and panel discussion for Boss; The Black Experience in Business, a PBS documentary detailing the racism and hate crimes frequently weaponized to hold Black business owners back and how they continued to succeed despite those harrowing odds.
Soledad O’Brien teams up with JP Morgan Chase for Impactful Health & Wellness Event
JP Morgan Chase is expressing they have a clear eye view of the challenges ahead. This effort is not a two year or five year plan. The plan cannot be that simple when you’re talking about generational injustice.
Sista Sista Nail Spa: Serving Black Women in Dallas For Twelve Years
A Black-owned nail salon sustained for twelve years, Sista Sista Nail Spa offers Black women a luxurious experience. Started in 2009 by co-owners and founders Tafrine Green and Shantell Barnum-Mosley, […]
DW Taps Into The BLACK Black Market with this year’s “Best of Black Dallas” Campaign
DALLAS, November 2, 2021 – Following the phenomenal success of their award-winning inaugural Best of Black Dallas competition in 2020, The Dallas Weekly is back again this year with a […]