Washington wasted no time in using it to court hundreds of African American entrepreneurs and professionals for the first meeting of the National Negro Business League (NNBL), held in Boston in August 1900.
What does NNBL stand for?
NNBL stands for National Negro Business League (Boston, MA)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Washington made a reality in 1900 when he founded the National Negro Business League.
During our weekly long-distance telephone conversations and occasional visits, I shared my latest discoveries--a trove of Madam Walker's letters, a copy of the 1912 National Negro Business League speech in which she had confronted Booker T.
Attending her first National Negro Business League convention in Chicago in 1912, Walker brought letters of reference and prestigious introductions to the convention's founder, Booker T.