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Working Women's Wall Street, Inc.

Black Lives Matter and so does retail businesses owned by black women. We're bringing our brands together under one roof!

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pledged of$25,000 goal
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Campaign Ends on October 17, 2020

Project Description

The mission of Working Women’s Wall Street, Incorporated is to bring African American women entrepreneurs together under one roof to house our brands and sell products that represent US.  We intend to create an opportunity for energetic businesswomen to operate as a collaborative team, share ideas/techniques, promote, and invite consumers to embark upon a one-stop shopping experience in predominately African American communities. Our mission solves the problem of not having access to products that relate to black women/girls, it eliminates the lack of opportunities for women and addresses insurmountable barriers we face in retail. This bold building project starts in St. Louis, where the largest group of black women entrepreneurs are on the rise. The goal is to expand our business center model nationwide and give consumers a chance to purchase our brands everywhere. Almost 100 years after the race riots in Tulsa, your funds will help us build something together and open doors to a Working Women's Wall Street retail business center that includes an apparel center, kids' corner, beauty center, food market, creative corner, resource center and just for men shop. We are ready to start Phase 1. It all starts in the SHOW ME STATE! 

Our vision is in the making . . .

 

  

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Frequently Asked Questions:

How can I learn more about Working Women's Wall Street, Inc.? You can learn more details by visiting our website at www.togetherwecanbuild.org.

When the facility is ready, how can I sell my products in the WWWS Center? Updates regarding our progress will be available on our websites at: www.togetherwecanbuild.org and www.blackgirlpowerhouse.com. Please be sure to sign up for our newsletter so you can learn more about selling your products.

What is Black Girl Powerhouse and how is it affiliated with Working Women's Wall Street, Inc? Black Girl Powerhouse, LLC is the name of our retail brand that will be housed at WWWS. In addition to our retail brand, it is affiliated with our empowerment center and resort, which is phase ll of our building projects.

Who is the founder of Working Women's Wall Street, Inc.? The founder is national bestselling novelist, Brenda Hampton.  More about her entrepreneurial spirit, books and awards can be found at: www.brendamhampton.com

Is Working Women's Wall Street, Inc. strictly for black women? No. We will carry brands created by all women, however, mostly African American women who lack brand space in brick & mortar stores. 

 

 

 

 

Michelle Adams
09/14/2020
Monetary Contribution
$200
JOYCE HAMPTON
09/04/2020
Monetary Contribution
$100
Dawn Hamilton
09/04/2020
Monetary Contribution
$200
Kaya Henderson
09/02/2020
Monetary Contribution
$20
Toni Jackson-Simmons
08/31/2020
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$50
Alicia Davis
08/27/2020
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$50
INA STOVALL
08/27/2020
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$25
Kai Fisher
08/27/2020
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$20
Kimberla Lawson Roby
08/25/2020
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$50
Diane Rembert
08/25/2020
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$20
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