ATLANTA — The group behind considered one of Atlanta’s occasions is highlighting black-owned companies and African American excellence.
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The Monetary Literacy Institute will kick off the second annual Black Wall Avenue Expo Saturday, June 4 at 12 p.m. on the Westin Peachtree Plaza.
The expo allowed attendees to buy at Black-owned companies, and revel in meals and leisure for all ages.
The expo may even embody a panel dialogue of high-profile friends who will share methods of constructing monetary literacy with steps to assist flow into the Black greenback.
Collaborating panelists included psychologist and pan-African activist, Dr. Umar Johnson, Riverdale Mayor Evelyn Wynn-Dixon, Morris Brown School President Dr. Kevin James; and Monetary Literacy Institute Founder, Jasmine Younger, CPA.
The expo paid homage to African American heritage and can facilitate a dialogue on the best way to finest impact social change for the African American neighborhood.
The Monetary Literacy Institute will award one enterprise proprietor with a $1,000 Black Wall Avenue grant.
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