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The Tidbit Takes the Road - Ohun Ashe, For the Culture STL 📍St. Louis, MO

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You are tuning into a special series, The Tidbit Takes the Road. In October 2020 Kim Bryden, CEO of Cureate and Host of The Tidbit, decided to hit the road on a cross-country listening tour to learn more about how non-coastal small businesses and cities had been faring in 2020. On this episode of The Tidbit Takes the Road, we had the absolute pleasure of getting to know the genius of Ohun Ashe and how her power of being a thoughtful, intentional connector has spurred a citywide movement, For the Culture STL. From the fortheculturestl.com website: "We do a lot of talking about supporting black businesses, but provide a number of reasons as to why we can't: I don't know where to go, I didn't know that they were black owned, I don't know where to start. Well, no more. For the Culture STL is intended to connect black people with black owned businesses and events around the city. [...] Our intention is to put black dollars back into the black community and keep them there and build unity in the community. Support the businesses, show up to the events, get to know each other. #ForTheCultureSTL" Honestly, this is a not-to-miss conversation with Ohun —and we could not agree more, let's #shiftthedollar back into our local communities!
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You are tuning into a special series, The Tidbit Takes the Road. In October 2020 Kim Bryden, CEO of Cureate and Host of The Tidbit, decided to hit the road on a cross-country listening tour to learn more about how non-coastal small businesses and cities had been faring in 2020. On this episode of The Tidbit Takes the Road, we had the absolute pleasure of getting to know the genius of Ohun Ashe and how her power of being a thoughtful, intentional connector has spurred a citywide movement, For the Culture STL. From the fortheculturestl.com website: "We do a lot of talking about supporting black businesses, but provide a number of reasons as to why we can't: I don't know where to go, I didn't know that they were black owned, I don't know where to start. Well, no more. For the Culture STL is intended to connect black people with black owned businesses and events around the city. [...] Our intention is to put black dollars back into the black community and keep them there and build unity in the community. Support the businesses, show up to the events, get to know each other. #ForTheCultureSTL" Honestly, this is a not-to-miss conversation with Ohun —and we could not agree more, let's #shiftthedollar back into our local communities!
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