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Young, gifted and Black: Entrepreneurs build businesses before age 20

WURD staff

All throughout Black History Month, Andrea Lawful Sanders highlighted Black entrepreneurs under age 20. Here are those interviews, in case you missed them.


Tommi Crump, a sophomore at Abington High School, joined The Source to talk about her website that helps close the literacy gap for young children.

Madison Hatchett, 15-year-old owner of M.A.D. Purpose, joined The Source to talk about her clothing business.

High school senior Niarah Collins talked about her catering business “Ni’s Nibbles.”

Brandyn Ross, 13, discussed his business, Studying Never Stops.

Bishop Curry spoke about his Oasis device, which helps prevent babies from overheating in car seats.