Source: After Fifty Years, Nellie’s Soulfood Restaurant Says Goodbye
This entry was posted on June 28, 2016 by serious2020. It was filed under Black Economic Development, Black Entrepreneurs, Business, Commentary, Culture, Food, Health, Liberation, Politics, Serious2020 and was tagged with 50 years, African/Black experience, Afrikan, Art's Crab Shack, Black eyed peas, Black Owned Business, corn bread, Dorsey's Locker, food, freedom, gravy, greens, Nellie Ozen, Nellie's Soulfood Restaurant, Oakland, protest, Quinette Ozen, racism, rice and beans, smothered steak, War on Afrikans, West Oakland.
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