Black Business Matters: Making COVID-19 Relief Equitable for Our Most Vulnerable Entrepreneurs

This article was originally published by Medium, for Medium’s Epicenter Memphis page. Republished with permission. By Anthony Young, Capital Executive in Residence for Epicenter Before the…

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An “ultimate power mix” from multiple sources is needed for a smarter, safer and more efficient electricity supply for Memphis

By Bill Bullock The City is on the verge of making some very important decisions regarding the future electricity supply for Memphis. My belief is…

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MidtownMemphis.org: We Oppose a ‘Transitional Home Use’ for 1309, 1317 and 1319 Jackson Avenue

MidtownMemphis.org supports Six Midtown neighborhood organizations that stand in opposition of a proposal that “does not conform with Memphis 3.0 recommendations” MidtownMemphis.org is in support…

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CARES Act Relief – Where’s my (local) money? And, is more (local) help on the way?

While Congress works on more relief money, a report from Alignable and (casual) correspondence with local business owners reveal heartbreaking and potentially devastating challenges with…

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