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Don’t miss the Finale of Mayor Bowser’s Empowered Women Series!

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Thank you for attending Mayor Bowser’s Empowered Women Series on Homeownership. We all received some vital information! We encourage you to take the next steps in becoming a future homeowner in the District.

Thank you to our guest speakers, real estate guru Deneira Owens and Todd Lee of DC Housing Finance Agency for sharing some great housing resources for women in the District!

As promised, we have shared programs and resources that can further assist your interest in Homeownership.

See you next week as we discuss Financial literacy at our final session of the Empowered Women SeriesRSVP today: DCEmpoweredWomen.eventbrite.com. 

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VIVICA A. FOX SHARES TIPS ABOUT HER HUSTLE

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Vivica A. Fox opened up about her illustrious career in Hollywood, running a business, and her unbeatable hustle earlier this month at the Enterprising Women of Color Forum, an event powered by the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) and Essence magazine.

The forum, which served to empower women entrepreneurs with wealth-building resources, was held at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., during the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Annual Legislature Conference. The half-day event included an interactive workshop facilitated by Irene Walker, the program manager at Facebook’s Level Up, and a panel discussion moderated by reality star and entrepreneur Robyn Dixon of Bravo’s Real Housewives of Potomac.

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Women Entrepreneurs Get Another Funding Option

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No surprise, women entrepreneurs have a harder time raising capital than their male counterparts. However, it is scaling companies — the 1% of companies raising venture capital to grow to be billion-dollar companies — that get all of the media attention. Far more entrepreneurs have more modest growth goals. These companies are more likely to seek loans.

Whether debt or equity, women-owned businesses use fewer types of financing options than their male counterparts, according to the 2016 Small Business Credit Survey: Report on Women-Owned Firms. Even when they are a low credit risk, they are less likely to get approved for a loan: 68% compared to 78% for their male counterparts.

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Literary Icon And Beloved Author Toni Morrison Passes Away At 88

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The world is mourning the loss of beloved author and literary icon Toni Morrison.

Morrison’s family confirmed through publisher, Knopf Doubleday, early Tuesday morning that she passed away on Monday evening following a brief illness. She was 88 years old.

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