Reachfolk: The Online Platform That’s Connecting Black People On The Go

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Today’s social climate has understandably cultivated the ‘Buy Black’ spirit in a manner that perhaps we haven’t witnessed since the days preceding desegregation in this country, when we had no other choice but to support each other economically. Melanoid people across the country have developed a genuine interest in patronizing and consuming Black-Owned businesses, services, and products. However, many grown increasingly frustrated with the process of locating such businesses to support, particularly when they’re traveling and/or moving to new cities across the country. If you’re one of the previously mentioned Melanoid people who are dealing with such a challenge, then don’t worry, because ‘There’s an app for that!’

For those who may be wondering, this app is named Reachfolkit’s about to make Black Society’s life a little easier–one city at a time. Created by podcaster and author Daniel FreeMan (who wrote the Bestselling book titled: How To Make A Dollar Out Of Fifteen Cents!), the platform is currently in its beta stages, and a campaign to raise the funds to complete the development of the app has been launched which can found by following this link.

Whether you’re looking for a Black Owned hookah lounge or a mechanic, Reachfolk is a surefire way to stay connected–no matter where you are.

B. Clark

8 thoughts on “Reachfolk: The Online Platform That’s Connecting Black People On The Go

  1. Markus Territore says:

    Awesome. So looking forward to this.

  2. Boob says:

    If there was a site just for whites it would be considered racist,and the mobo awards is another example,if whites wanted wanted a music award just for whites it would also be considered racist.face it blacks are the biggest racists..

    1. Antony Rose says:

      Sorry Boob, try again! Black indigenous people have been faced with racism since Europeans arrived here. If we feel the need to create avenues for ourselves to better us economically, culturally, and so on, then tell me how that’s being racist? You don’t understand the genuine definition of racism by making a statement as such.

    2. JayBay says:

      I’m not even going to bother trying to explain why your “why can’t white people have stuff” argument is wrong because it’s already been discussed hundreds of times before. Not to mention that every other race has their own stuff and you guys don’t say anything. So i’ll simplify it. Tough shit. You don’t like black people having their own websites, banks, grocery stores, tech companies, schools? Tough shit. And you trolling black websites isn’t going to get us to feel sorry and stop it.
      As for your “blacks are the biggest racists” comment, I’ll personally take that as a compliment. I am a racist. I love my people more than any other group on the planet faults and all. The only difference is that I don’t want to blow up your homes or terrorize your neighborhoods. You mind your own business and I’ll mind mine. Sound good?

  3. lissen_up says:

    Boo hoo waah waah! sniff.. Black people won’t let me Pimp & be a constant Leech & Parasite on them so let me whine about them doing things for themselves..
    Make your mind up you twisted bigot either we just the negative things you keep spewing about us everyday or like any other living being we can do what we need to do to survive your vile society & empower ourselves..

  4. Asad Malik says:

    I checked out this app and I noticed there were a lot of ‘integrated’ organizations under that category. We tried to add ours (http://www.panafricanalliance.com) and the site wouldnt let us. Any troubleshooting advice?

    1. Gee says:

      I checked this site out and it was all porn

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