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…to the RED, Black, and Green Pages − a Black-owned business directory for businesses and nonprofit organizations in, and/or serving Calhoun County, MI! A place to connect, consume, champion, and cultivate Black-owned business excellence!

We launched the original minority-owned business listing, on a 3 ½ page Excel spreadsheet, in February of 2016 during Black History Month. Distributing updated editions twice a year around the community and on our website until the pandemic in 2020. Over the years, we saw the need and demand for this resource grow larger and larger and set out to find a way to bring the directory, with up-to-date, real-time, business information and assistance, to the broader community. We had a desire to keep up with the evolution our businesses experience while at the same time providing something relevant that could withstand the test of time. Thus, at its launch, the first-ever, searchable online directory, catering to over 325 Black-owned businesses and nonprofits in our service area, the RED, Black, and Green Pages, was born!

We appreciate and thank our partners in this work, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, and the Delta Research and Educational Foundation, for their unwavering commitment to equity and a bright future for youth, women, and families.

It is our mission to be more than a Black-owned digital business directory. We seek to enhance the visibility, access, and success of the businesses listed by providing a platform full of education, resources, and networking. The RED, Black, and Green Pages aligns with the Economic Development Thrust of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., celebrates entrepreneurism, and encourages the support of independent Black-owned businesses and nonprofit organizations within our community.

It is our hope that you visit the RED, Black, and Green Pages often, spread the word about its existence, and support one or more of these businesses and nonprofit organizations regularly with your time, talent, and treasures, as often as the opportunity to do so arises. Now, as we cut the virtual RED ribbon, the RED, Black, and Green Pages are open for business!

In Service,

Gina Randle-Mouton, President
Battle Creek Alumnae Chapter
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.


Lynn Ward Gray, Chair
Economic Development Committee
Battle Creek Alumnae Chapter
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.