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Playmates 1973 Pathfinder Home Entertainment NonSex O Poor Cecily 1972 Unknown NonSex Porno Mondo 1971 Vinegar Syndrome NonSex O Separate Vacations 1970 Something Weird Video NonSex Sex and the Single Vampire 1972 Alpha Blue Archives NonSex DO Sex Machine 1971 Something Weird Video NonSex DRO Sexcapade in Mexico 1973 Something Weird Video NonSex Sticky Fingers 1972 Unknown NonSex DRO Taste of Honey 1970 After Hours Cinema NonSex DRO Teaser 1973 Something Weird Video NonSex O Weekend Convention 1970 Something Weird Video NonSex Wendy's Naughty Night 1972 After Hours Cinema MastOnly DO Winter Sports 1970 Vinegar Syndrome 1 DO Young Passions 1972 Unknown NonSex



business was Atlanta. According to August Meier and David Lewis, 1900 was the turning point as white businessmen reduced their contacts with black customers, black entrepreneurs rush to fill the vacuum by starting banks, insurance companies, and numerous local retailers and service providers. Furthermore, the number of black doctors and lawyers increased sharply. All this of course was in addition to the traditional businesses, such as undertakers and barbershops that had always depended on a black clientele.[21] Durham, North Carolina, a new industrial city based on tobacco manufacturing and cotton mills, was noted for the growth of its black businesses. Durham lacked traditionalism based on plantation-era slavery, and practiced a laissez-faire that allowed black entrepreneurs to flourish.[22] College president Booker T. Washington (18561915), who ran the National Negro Business League was the most prominent promoter of black business. He moved from city to city to sign up local entrepreneurs into his national network the National Negro Business League.[23][24] The North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company headquarters in Durham N.C. By the 1920s, the federal government had set up a small unit to distribute information to black entrepreneurs, but no financial aid was forthcoming.[25] By far the most prominent black entrepreneur of the century of was Charles Clinton Spaulding (1874 1952), president of North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company in Durham North Carolina.[26][27] It was the nation's largest black-owned business. It operated a system of industrial insurance, whereby its salesmen collected small premiums of about 10 cents every week from its clients. That provided them insurance for the following week; if the client died the salesman immediately arranged payment of the death benefit of about $100. That paid for suitable funeral, which was a high prestige event to the black community. Black undertakers also benefited and themselves became prominent business men. By 1970, they grossed more than $120 million for 150,000 race funerals each year.[28] Newspapers and magazines Poster from the U.S. Office of War Information, 1943 Main article: African-American newspapers African-American newspapers flourished in the major cities, with publishers playing a major role in politics and business affairs. Representative leaders included Robert Sengstacke Abbott (18701940), publisher of the Chicago Defender; John Mitchell, Jr. (18631929), editor of the Richmond Planet and president of the National Afro-American Press Association; Anthony Overton (18651946), publisher of the Chicago Bee, and Robert Lee Vann (18791940), the publisher and editor of the Pittsburgh Courier.[29] Leon H. Washington Jr. founded the Los Angeles Sentinel in 1933.[30][31] John H. Johnson (19182005) was the founder of the Johnson Publishing Company in 1942. He rose from poverty to millionaire by the time he was thirty-one. In 1982, he became the first African American to appear on the Forbes 400. Johnson's Ebony and Jet magazines were among the most influential African-American media by 1950.[32] Women in the beauty business Most of the African-Americans in business were men, however women played a major role especially in the area of beauty. Standards of beauty were different for whites and blacks, and the black community developed its own standards, with an emphasis on hair care. Beauticians could work out of their own homes, and did not need storefronts. As a result, black beauticians were numerous in the rural South, despite the absence of cities and towns. They pioneered the use of cosmetics, at a time when rural white women in the South avoided them. As Blain Roberts has shown, beauticians offered their clients a space to feel pampered and beautiful in the context of their own community because, "Inside black beauty shops, rituals of beautification converged with rituals of socialization." Beauty contests emerged in the 1920s, and in the white community they were linked to agricultural county fairs. By contrast in the black community, beauty contests were developed out of the homecoming ceremonies at their high schools and colleges.[33][34] The most famous entrepreneur was Madame C.J. Walker (18671919); she built a national franchise business called Madame C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company based on her invention of the first successful hair straightening process.[35] Marjorie Joyner (18961994) was the first black graduate of a beauty school in Chicago, where she got to know Madame Walker and became her agent. By 1919 Joyner was the national supervisor over Walker's 200 beauty schools. A major role was sending their hair stylists door-to-door, dressed in black skirts and white blouses with black satchels containing a range of beauty products that were applied in the customer's house. Joyner taught some 15,000 stylists over her fifty-year career. She was also a leader in developing new products, such as her permanent wave machine. She helped write the first cosmetology laws for the state of Illinois, and founded both a sorority and a national association for black beauticians. Joyner was friends with Eleanor Roosevelt, and helped found the National Council of Negro Women. She was an advisor to the Democratic National Committee in the 1940s, and advised several New Deal agencies trying to reach out to black women. Joyner was highly visible in the Chicago black community, as head of the Chicago Defender Charity network, and fundraiser for various schools. In 1987 the Smithsonian Institution in Washington opened an exhibit featuring Joyner's permanent wave machine and a replica of her original salon.[36] The leading beauty salon for black women in Washington was operated by the sisters Elizabeth Cardozo Parker (19001981) and Margaret Cardozo Holmes (18981991) from 1929 to 1971. The Cardozo Sisters Hair Stylists expanded to five storefronts stretching an entire city block near the campus of Howard University, with 25 employees assisting up to 200 clients a day. They had a voice in the national beauticians community, and demanded an end to discriminatory practices.[37] Rose Meta Morgan (19122008) founded the House of Beauty salon to promote African-American standards of beauty, in opposition to those "white" standards that sought silky straight hair and light skin. Born in rural Mississippi, she moved to Chicago as a child and showed entrepreneurial skills as a teenager. She relocated to New York City in 1938, where her small beauty shop became the world's largest African-American beauty parlor. She staged fashion shows in Harlem, and sold her brand of cosmetics designed "to glorify a woman of color". She was briefly married to the famous heavyweight boxing champion Joe Louis from 195558. In 1965 she founded New York City's only black commercial bank, Freedom National Bank; in 1972 she set up a franchise operation for beauticians.[38] Vera Moore (b 1950) marketed her unique brands of Vera Moore Cosmetics, including some products developed by her husband. She opened stores and upscale malls, and had superstars as clients.[39] Small businesses In addition to the more prominent businesses listed above, African Americans have strong traditions of owning and operating small businesses such as restaurants, drug stores, newsstands, corner stores, candy shops, liquor stores, groceries, bars, and gas stations. African Americans also have a length history of ownership in music-related businesses, including record stores, nightclubs, and record labels.[40] African-American bookstores were closely tied to radical political movements, including Black Power, black nationalism, pan-Africanism, and Marxism.


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