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291. Call Number

1717 W. Kirby Ave. #311, Champaign 61821, IL, United States
Call Number is a library-inspired quarterly book subscription box that celebrates contemporary Black literature and authors of the African Diaspora. Build your own personal library of Black literature one box at a time.

292. Encom Global Foundation LLC

Suite 2000 2000 South Colorado Blvd, Denver 80222, Colorado, United States
We are committed to providing young minorities a foundation and the resources they need in order be successful. We are also dedicated to putting young minorities through college for free.

293. One Church,One Child of Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
One Church, One Child is a nationally recognized African-American onwned business that specializes in finding foster/adoptive families for our children who are in the child welfare system in the state of Oklahoma.


294. It Takes A Village Learning Center

Maryville 37804, Tennessee, United States
Virtual Preschool for kids ages 3-5 years old.

295. The Colored Girls Museum

4613 Newhall Street, Philadelphia 19144, Pennsylvania, United States

296. The Marian Anderson Historical Society

762 South Martin Street, Philadelphia 19146, Pennsylvania, United States


Atlanta 30033, Georgia, United States
FBATUBE is a redesigned Black owned video sharing platform founded with the people in mind.

298. Noble Strength Foundation

PO BOX 1042 PO Box 1042, Cary 27512, North Carolina, United States
We use a host of corporate volunteeers with a heart for seniors to connect the elderly to theri loved ones using WebEx conferencing technology.

299. Black Eminence Inc.

44 S. Horne #12, Mesa 85204, Arizona, United States
Black Eminence Inc. is dedicated to live out our mission through direct service volunteer efforts, community education and policy lobbying for more focused legislation towards the next generation.

300. Shurrun's House Sober Living Homes

2027 Teagarden Court, Dallas 75217, Texas, United States
Our 501c3 nonprofit organization is black founded to provide housing to women of low income after completion of treatment for drug addiction. We provide structure and safety to residents while providing resources on living healthier lifestyles.

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