February 15, 2010
Whether freed or enslaved, blacks in America have always shown an entrepreneurial spirit. Carpenters who built Monticello, seamstresses who made ball gowns and field hands who picked crops found ways to sell their labor, pass on their skills and lay the foundation for today's African-American billionaire entrepreneurs, CEOs and corporate executives.
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