BLACK ENTREPRENEURISM DURING THE SEGREGATION ERA

04/05/07 Rob Lorei
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Tonight, BlackInTheBay.com, The Sykes Business College, and fellow partner groups will host a panel discussion to explore and celebrate the remarkable stories of black entrepreneurs in Florida's segregated past: We’re joined now by Clif Lewis of Bartow who knows one of the stories of black entrepreneurs well. He is the director of the LB Brown House in Bartow—it’s a museum to honor L B Brown- one of the first African American Businessmen in Central Florida… I spoke with Lewis earier today.   Tape That’s Clif Lewis, the director of the L B Brwon House in Bartow. The museum is open to the public by appointment. You can call the city of Bartow for directions and to schedule a vsist. That number is 863 534 0100.  The panel discussion gets underway this evening at 6  it’s called ENTREPRENEURS IN THE SEGREGATED SOUTH   Thursday, April 5, 20076-8:30pmUniversity of Tampa , Plant Hall, Music Room Suggested donation, $5.For more, visit www.BlackInTheBay.com or call 813.732.9693

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