The ‘Black Friday Challenge



The last Friday of each month is designated as "Black Friday".  On “Black Friday” EVERYONE is asked to Support a ‘Pan African American Business or Professional’.  In the early 1900’s, the dollar circulated 36 to 1000 times, sometimes taking a year for currency to leave the Black community; as was in the case in the prosperous historic Black Community of Greenwood, Oklahoma.  Today, a dollar leaves the Black community in less than “15 minutes”.

Traditionally, it is said that retailers operated at a financial loss ("in the red") from January through November, and "Black Friday" indicates the point at which retailers begin to turn a profit, or "in the black". In 2014, $50.9 billion was spent during the 4-day Black Friday weekend. The Pan African Cultural Heritage Society urges everyone to support a Black owned businesses on this one day of each month. We challenge you to support an African American owned business; restaurant, boutique, doctor, barber, artist, etc.

Support the “BLACK FRIDAY CHALLENGE” and Encourage African Americans and Pan Africans to start businesses to create jobs and build their communities. Business ownership equates to wealth building!

'We Practice Cultural Economics'