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DaVaun Sanders is an accomplished freelance writer with a BA in Architecture. He has written and performed spoken word poetry professionally for the last five years. A full fledged writing career has been his goal for quite some time, and he is currently editing his first novel, developing several screenplays, and covering interest stories in the metro Phoenix area. Writing is a source of passion for him and he enjoys sharing his gift with others.

MinuteBase: An Online Tool to Streamline Your Meetings

MinuteBase: An Online Tool to Streamline Your Meetings

Meetings, agendas, and note-taking are a part of every good business. A tedious part. This is where the folks at MinuteBase come in–their online meeting organizer deserves a hard look…

Black Purchasing Power Nears $1 Trillion: Good News?

Black Purchasing Power Nears $1 Trillion: Good News?

The US population of 40 million African Americans is anticipated to reach purchasing power close to $1 trillion in 2010, according to a new report. Packaged Facts, a division of…

Black Gives Back: Outstanding African American Philanthropic Blog

Black Gives Back: Outstanding African American Philanthropic Blog

A certain breed of entrepreneur realizes that while the grind is essential, a giving mentality can also become a crucial component to any well rounded business endeavor. The Black community…

Seattle Black Community Mobilizes for Area Businesses

Seattle Black Community Mobilizes for Area Businesses

The Seattle Medium reports on the Economic Stimulus Town Hall Meeting held recently┬áto bolster collaboration between African American-owned businesses, and to garner more political support for the community. Event speakers…

The Michael Vick Project: PR Genius or Disaster?

The Michael Vick Project: PR Genius or Disaster?

According to the Associated Press, The Michael Vick Project will debut Feb. 2 on BET. The ten-part series will chronicle the much maligned NFL quarterback, who was reinstated to the…

Coleman Entrepreneurial Scholarship Deadline: February 28

Coleman Entrepreneurial Scholarship Deadline: February 28

For the second straight year, the Coleman Entrepreneurial Scholarship is available to African American and Hispanic college students. Under the direction of Donald A. Coleman, the scholarship is offered through…

Did You Catch the Google Wave?

Did You Catch the Google Wave?

New technology trends continue to evolve the way we do business in the information age. Does your corporation frown on the use of IM, or encourage Tweets to monitor productivity…

Black Author Willie Jolley: New Book Out January 26th

Black Author Willie Jolley: New Book Out January 26th

Let’s be honest. For many of us, 2009 turned out to be quite the punishing year. Yet despite the nation’s economic woes, our own personal hardships, and massive corporate layoffs–we…

Online Tools for Next Level Financial Planning

Online Tools for Next Level Financial Planning

For many entrepreneurs, discovering fresh ways to hustle is no problem. However when it comes to tracking how hard-earned funds are spent, finding proven financial solutions is often a completely…

HUD Temporarily Suspends Ninety Day ‘No Flip Rule’ for One Year

HUD Temporarily Suspends Ninety Day ‘No Flip Rule’ for One Year

On February 1, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) will temporarily lift a rule that does not allow FHA financing to occur on home sales within a…