Business Directory

TRI-STATE FUNERAL SERVICES INC. Serving families with compassion & care.                                 1505 kenilworth ave. ne  washington, dc 20019 (202)-882-1202
new royal family- advocates for  homeless & ending domestic abuse:               Washington, dc 202-718-6515: Prince georges county, md. (301)-580-5599                                                                                  :
Greater DC Chapter-National Action Network–civil and human rights.                                     email-greaterdcchapternan@gmail.com–(202) 819-7134.
moving and hauling company–Serving dmv including baltimore, md.                                     call mr. sterling (240) 507-7103.
National Congress of Black Women–Advocates for black women                                             and girls– ncbw.org.: Washington, DC 202-554-0159. Chapters around the                               country.
Washington informer newpaper-(your link to the black community.                                (202)-562-4100. www.washingtoninformer.com                                                                                                     _________________________________________________________________________________________    upright carpet cleaning  commercial & Homes. DMV area. free estimates.                Three rooms $149.00 (240) 280-6607.                                                                                                              __________________________________________________________________________________________  Browns Market–health food store: vitimins: herbs: skin care                                groceries: 5718 Silver Hill Rd. District Heights, Md. 20747–(301) 967-3059                                     __________________________________________________________________________________________  Sunshine Youth division:  a national virtual black history program for                      youth ages  5–18.  Join today by emailing to vlbproductions.com.                                          Black history for youth.
April 1st, 2021 by BOBU