Black business owners seeking united voice

WARM GREETING: Roots Café founder Len Cabral, center, and Rhode Island Black Business Association President Lisa Ranglin, at the group’s inaugural event. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL PERSSON
WARM GREETING: Roots Café founder Len Cabral, center, and Rhode Island Black Business Association President Lisa Ranglin, at the group’s inaugural event. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL PERSSON
Noticing a lack of a central organization to aid, mentor and facilitate dialogue among black businesses in Rhode Island, Lisa Ranglin decided the time had come to change that. The nonprofit Rhode Island Black Business Association officially launched on Oct. 1 with the help of Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee, R.I. Economic Development Corporation Director Keith…
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