PUBLISHER'S NOTES SEPTEMBER/DECEMBER 2019
Welcome to the January – March 2020 edition of Ethnic Online. With “Martin Luther King Jr. Day”, “Black History Month” and March being “Women’s National History Month”, we wanted to be sure that we paid homage to those who have and continue to pave the way! In this issue, their stories and contributions are sure to inspire, motivate and educate you on their amazing accomplishments!
Our Featured Story Highlights “Cassandra Tucker Brodie, Talks: Entrepreneurship, Camarbre - Make Up Launch & Mentorship!” This super Mom of 3, with a degree in Computer Science has decided to tap into her entrepreneur spirt and her passion for fashion and design, she is ready to set the world on fire! Imagine creating an organic, vegan all-natural makeup line? This is just the beginning, yet a continuation of what has always been her drive and natural desire, which is to be fashion forward in her thinking and productions. Be sure to check out this issue and learn about more about Cassandra’s upcoming “Trunk Show”.
Our Lead Story is “Are You A Black Entrepreneur?” With the Month of February being Black History Month, we must constantly remember and never forget those who paved the way for us. Their stories of determination under the most challenging of conditions, should be the inspiration for the next generation of Black Entrepreneurs. Do you have what it takes?
Under Trending If you haven’t heard, Ethnic Online just wanted to remind you by republishing the story on “The State’s First Economic Empowerment Cannabis Shop Is Set To Open In Boston ". Entrepreneurs Kobie Evans and his partner Kevin Hart, (not to be confused with comedian Kevin Hart) are poised to become the first African American Entrepreneur Cannabis Shop owners in Boston, which is historical in so many ways if you know the history of Boston. Poised to make a major impact in the city of Boston, in particular the Dorchester section of Boston, these two pioneers are changing the game by getting involved early and competing with non-African Americans both financially, fundamentally and making a difference. Read their inspiring story in the Trending section of Ethnic Online.
The Arts & Events Section of this issue continues to show Ethnic Online’ s commitment to showcasing and partnering with some of New England’s best and brightest organizations! The Boston Arts Academy is showcasing the music of Aretha Franklin, Ethnic Online is hosting it’s “Quarterly Magazine Launch Reception & Black Entrepreneurs in Boston and don’t forget our 2020 Version of Black History Jeopardy as we celebrate Black History Month. Professional and Social events that are sure to satisfy your appetite our Arts & Events section brings it all to life.
With this being a New Year, no doubt of lot of us are thinking about New Year Resolutions and how to improve the quality of our lives and health always come to mind. In this issue under our Health Section you’ll find a few unique ideas around “Are You Getting Enough Root Vegetables?” and more importantly the benefits of doing so! It’s a must read!
As always, please enjoy the January - March Issue of Ethnic Online and remember, your thoughts are very important to us because it helps us to bring you stories that matter to you, so let us know what you think!
Founder & Publisher of Ethnic Online.