You see, if Black folks had their own businesses and industry, we could hire, train and develop our own children so they won't have to beg for welfare, beg white folks for employment, and etc.. It's common sense.
Baltimore needs a WHITE business, art and entertainment district.
I do support the concept though the funding should come from Maryland State and U.S. Government sources in the form of grants and tax free loans to fund this noble cause.
A billion would be a good start with billions more to follow.
I say the Montford Ave corridor is a good epicenter from which the exponential growth would radiate outwards enveloping less affluent neighborhoods and making them whole again.
Baltimore needs an arts and entertainment business district where it is safe to walk with your family at night ..
This is the second time this ignorant story has reared its head on this board and over the airwaves. It is just as silly as the first time. Anyone is free to open a business in the official Arts and Entertainment district on North Avenue.
Are then in agreeent that Maryland requires three of Maryland's most prominant leaders to administer the zone?
Sen Lurry Young
Mayor Shiela Dixon
Sen Ulysses Currie
[its] (more preferable than repeating MD)
MM, thanks, I'm just so excited about tonight's address.
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