THE NEO-GREEN BOOK
From 1936-1966 VIctor H. Green published the The Negro Motorist Green Book, an annual publication that identified places that were safe for Black people to stop during Jim Crow and the Great Migration era. Today, The Neo-Green Book is a quarterly trade publication that identifies socially responsible people and places, promotes best practices, reports models, tools and statistics that support cooperative economics in the Black community. To be considered for future publications, we invite businesses, organizations, institutions and community leaders to register with us and one of our Account Managers will be in touch within 48 hours.
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In 2019 we explore the reemergence of the Black natural hair movement a decade ago, and it's impact on the Black wellness, social and economic movement exploding today. If you are interested in possibly being interviewed for this edition please complete the information.
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