Funding for African-Americans Starting Their Own Small Business

African-American seeking capital have special resources available. Related Articles Small Business Funding Checklist Funding for a Small Business Alternative Small Business Funding How to Obtain Funding for a Small Business List of Grants for African-American Women to Start a Business Government Funding for Women in Small Businesses Black-owned businesses accounted for 5 percent of American businesses, according to a 2007 report by the federal Small Business Administration from 2002 U.S. Census Data. The federal government as well as a number of private organizations make it their mission to increase that…

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Photos from today’s tragedy

A woman leans on a man as she weeps outside a building set up to counsel family members affected by a shooting nearby at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, December 14, 2012. A heavily armed gunman opened fire at a Connecticut elementary school on Friday, killing 26 people including 20 children in the latest in a series of shooting rampages across the United States this year, U.S. media reported. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson Photos from today’s tragedy  

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Connecticut Shooter Adam Lanza: ‘Obviously Not Well’

Adam Lanza of Newtown, Connecticut was a child of the suburbs and a child of divorce who at age 20 still lived with his mother. This morning he appears to have started his day by shooting his mother Nancy in the face, and then driving to nearby Sandy Hook Elementary School armed with at least two handguns and at least one semi-automatic rifle. Connecticut Shooter Adam Lanza: ‘Obviously Not Well’  

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