(New York, NY) June 3, 2011− This week on Our World with Black Enterprise, host Marc Lamont Hill sits down with author, attorney and TV personality Star Jones, who discusses her new book, Satan’s Sisters: A Novel Work of Fiction (Gallery), her personal battle with heart disease and her on-camera conflict with NeNe Leakes on the most recent edition of Celebrity Apprentice. Jones’ latest book, drawing heavily from her experience as a former co-host of The View, “tells the story of The Lunch Club—a long-running, popular ladies’ talk show in which alliances are forged, careers are made, and bridges are burned.”
Also featured is Magnus Greaves, CEO of The Cashflow, a program to help urban entrepreneurs start and grow businesses and gain access to capital, mentorship and other resources. For the past two years, The Cashflow has been a partner, and Greaves a judge, for the Black Enterprise Elevator Pitch Competition, held annually at the Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Conference. Hill talks with Greaves about his new non-profit program, 100 Urban Entrepreneurs, and the grants it provides to small business owners.
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Our World with Black Enterprise is the award-winning weekly 30-minute program, hosted by Marc Lamont Hill, providing a fresh mix of interviews with today’s top newsmakers and celebrities, eclectic roundtable discussions concerning the hottest topics affecting African Americans, and profiles of some of the world’s most intriguing people.