BLACK AMERICA: ASKING OURSELVES THE TOUGH QUESTIONS -- BOOK TWO - THE 2013 EXPERIENCE
Scheduled for release – March 2014
By Sonja Cassandra Perdue
One hundred people will be selected, by the author, to participate in "Asking Ourselves The Tough Questions – Book Two - The 2013 Experience."
Those chosen will have their response to select questions from the 2010 edition published in our 2013 edition. Along with their answers, to a question from the 2010 edition, those selected will be given the dynamic and exciting chance of asking our readers "The Tough Question" of their choosing, that will be included in "Asking Ourselves The Tough Questions - The 2013 Experience.
If you wish to join us, please request a registration agreement by sending an email on this website.
Sonja Cassandra Perdue
Black America: Asking Ourselves The Tough Questions - Book One 2010
Ms. Sonja Cassandra Perdue is the author of “Black America: Asking Ourselves The Tough Questions – Book One” released in July 2010. Current, she is in the initial stages of producing the documentary, that will accompany the next book in the series, “Black America: The 2013 Experience” scheduled for release in March 2014.
As Founder and Administrator of Chicago’s Black Business Network since 2008, she is continuously involved in collaborative projects with members of the network, events and business webinars. This includes acting as Summit Coordinator for the 1st Black Wall Street National Convention held in Chicago August of 2010.
Additional, she established CBBN Marketing Solutions in 2012, a public relations and promotional outreach service, which includes social media management and strategic development for the small business owner.
Her involvement and service to the Black community continues in her role as Executive Producer of Chicago’s Black Business Radio Network (CBBRN), where she interviews and promotes businesses and organizations nationally and internationally. CBBRN is rapidly moving forward to build a global media team. She also acts as Community Affairs Director for WJPC FM CHICAGO, The Soul of Chicago, which has been on the internet for more than 10 years.
Because of her continued commitment to the servicing, training and the uplifting of small and struggling business owners. Her organization is in the planning stages of launching an entirely new national venture in 2013. Ms. Perdue indicates that, she will not be deterred from her mission, which is the CBBN’s company motto, “Black Businesses Connecting Across Chicago and The World.”
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