Celebrating African-American Business Owners Making a Difference
February’s celebration of Black history gives us a chance to celebrate the many contributions African-American business owners have made to their communities and society.
Meet Charessa Sawyer of Charge Up Campaign
In 2008, my mother was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. I was in my final year of graduate school and working a full-time job. I received the call from my mother a little after 7:00 pm and, because my sorority sisters were present, I was able to maintain my composure.
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Meet Kathryn Rucker of Charge Up Campaign in South Atlanta
Eight years ago, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Being a wife, mom, and a working woman, my life was rocked by the diagnosis. After completing treatment and being declared “cancer free”, I was eager for my life to go back to normal.