Black Business Women Working Together To Build Wealth

Six-year-old dynamo Mya Williamson
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Minnesota--Six-year-old dynamo Mya Williamson (above), her phenomenal mom, Brianna Williamson, and her proud grandmother, Nichelle Shannon, embrace the mantra, “We must be the head and not the tail.”

They joined fellow entrepreneurs for the Wednesday edition of Conversations with Al McFarlane, the daily social media webcast over McFarlane Media digital platforms and on Black Press USA Facebook Live, inviting our community to learn about and support the BEE Marketplace which is underway now through the end of January.

Kenya McKnight Ahad’s Black Women’s Wealth Alliance’s (BWWA) created the BEE Marketplace, a virtual shopping extravaganza introducing local Black women entrepreneurs from all ages sharing their dreams and visions of success and helping others. In its second year, the BEE Marketplace features over 30 unique enterprises that embody the concept of generational wealth creation through entrepreneurship. Read more.

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