Ethnic Spending Builds Communities Panel Discussion, Tuesday, March 24, 6:00pm

Memphis Urban League, 413 N. Cleveland, Memphis, TN 38104

Join MULYP for a panel discussion on Neighborhood Money and supporting minority businesses. African-Americans Have $1.1 Trillion in Buying Power, But Are We Putting Our Money to Good Use? Mixer to follow with wine and appetizers.
Featured Panelists:  
•Naser Fazlullah, Entrepreneur
•Jim Davila, Owner, Rumba Room
•Corey P. Smith, Author, Conspiracy of Credit
•Jonathan Frisch, Board President, Temple Israel
•Cheryl Hurst,  Assistant Vice President Retail Sales Manager, Tri-State Bank
•Joyce Cox, Manager Neighborhood Redevelopment, City of Memphis
 Neighborhood Money Panel Discussion (1)

Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest Documentary, March 26, 7:00pm

Brooks Museum, 1934 Poplar Ave, Memphis, Tennessee 38104

Directed by actor Michael Rapaport, it tells the rise, fall and rise again, of one of the most influential hip hop groups of all time: A Tribe Called Quest. Infused with their music, behind the scenes footage and deeply personal and revealing interviews, Rapaport has crafted both a love letter to Tribe while also telling the simple story of what success does to friendship. $5.00 ADMISSION
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