We are so inspired by the businesses in our community because of how many of them are committed to helping to make the world better than it is today. Check out some great businesses below and how they are helping others.

SaMia Kennedy | Teacher, The Education Doctor, Artist

My online site The Education Doctor is a virtually tutoring site, where in learning, education is the medicine. Simple, in this generation today, scholars believe that their is a way of getting around learning the foundations of Education because of the recent pandemic that has hit us. And although, for them life may seem “easy” because there are no real repercussions for their actions, but there is no way or shortcut around education, it is literally the key to success. You must be educated, yes talent is very important but your talent will get you no where in the world we exist in with no education it isn’t possible. So my website is to help people, especially in my community Oak Cliff, TX understand that they are already in a funnel to not succeed and with no effort or support, that funnel of life will swallow them up to no point of a successful return. Read more>>

Lisa Denae | Owner & General Manager, Stunner Radio

Stunner Radio was created to be the heart and soul of black culture. Black culture has always had a huge impact on the world, but the world has also seen black life and black people through the lenses of people who are not black. Non-Black owned media outlets have often spoken for black people. Stunner Radio is here to allow black and brown people to speak to the world for themselves. The impact of US telling our own stories is insurmountable. Once we use our voices and be heard on an international level directly from regular people who are living everyday lives, the positive impact with be too much to overcome. Black Americans have long suffered for freedom, and we will use our freedom to make a positive impact at Stunner Radio. Read more>>

Brandon Baca | Chief Executive Officer of Attack Poverty

At Attack Poverty, our vision is to empower people to attack poverty in their life and community by strengthening under-resourced communities through spiritual growth, education, revitalization, and basic needs. We are a global organization that serves locally, adopting pockets of poverty and launching what we call “Friends” locations. These locations are long-term commitments that require mutual relationships and collaborative efforts. Read more>>

Jordan Green | Artist

When I walk away from something, whether that be a piece of art I’m struggling to manifest or a launch that wasn’t as successful as I had hoped, I don’t think of it as giving up.As adults, we seem to have a really hard time doing things just for fun. We no longer have hobbies, we have side hustles, and they either need to make us money or add something useful to our resume. But by monetizing these things we place towering expectations on them and engender the fear of failure. The best thing I’ve done for my career is give myself permission to practice my art without the obligation of it paying me back. Read more>>