April 2012 - Alfred Edmond, editor in chief of Black Enterprise magazine, reviews "Our Black Year". To read the story and review, click here.
July 2012 - "PBS Newshour" spent a day with the Anderson family. "See the PBS NewsHour segment here.
July 2009, The year of The Empowerment Experiment - "CBS Morning News" - Listen to John and Maggie Anderson explain and defend their stand and study living off the businesses of their community. Read the story and watch the interview here.
Kansas State University. See the article in "The Collegian" here.
February 2014 - Wall Street Journal picked up coverage of Maggie Anderson's visit to Cincinnati. See the article here on WSJ.com.
Claflin University. See the "Charleston Chronicle" article here.
August 2014 - C-SPAN covers Maggie Anderson's address during Women of Color Empowerment Conference.
Dec 2016 - Black Enterprise covers the announcement of MaggiesList.com. See snapshot below. For entire story, click here.
March 2012 - Live Interview with Suzanne Malveaux about the empowerment message of "Our Black Year". See the CNN interview here.
July 2016 - Maggie Anderson opines on the community's economic response to series of Black deaths caused by White police.
For the NBC News story, click here.
August 2016 - Joyce Rosenberg, AP business writer asks Maggie Anderson why it's hard to support Black-owned businesses. Maggie explains that the story is not how hard it is - but how important it is. See the article being picked up across the world here (on ABC News).
December 2015 - TV One's "NewsOne Now with Roland Martin". Click here.
February and May 2014 - TEDx Baltimore and TEDx Grand Rapids - Topics were "The Empowered Community" and "My Black Year". Click the links below to see the Baltimore and Grand Rapids speeches which was broadcast to the world.
March 2012 - C-SPAN presents Washington Post' s senior political correspondent, Krissah Thompson's, hour-long talk with Maggie Anderson. To check for re-airs or see the video on C-SPAN, click here.
January, February 2016 - Dr. Martin Luther King and Black History Month Addresses.
November 2015 - Front page of New York Times Business section. Click here for the full article.
February 2012 - The Washington Post's TheRoot.com spent a day with the author. To read the story, click here.
June 2015 - Rolling Out interview about Maggie Anderson the activist, leader, mother, wife and entrepreneur. Read it here.
August 2016 - The Empowerment Experiment resulted in a landmark Kellogg study that proved how a million jobs can be created by a small increase in support of Black owned businesses. NBC News features the Anderson's study and activism to prove why supporting these businesses can fix America's economy. See it here.
February 2012 - BET. See the BET story here.
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February 2012 - "Tavis Smiley Show". Click here to listen to the interview with Tavis Smiley.
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January 2012 - "Tom Joyner Morning Show" - Listen to the launch of the "Our Black Year" national book tour from the "Tom Joyner Morning Show" with Tom Joyner and Roland Martin interviewing author Maggie Anderson. Read the story and hear the interview here.
December 2015 - Essence magazine'. See the interview here.
March 2012 - Huffington Post talks about Black economic power and conscious consumerism as it reviews Anderson's "Our Black Year". See the Huffington Post story here.
June 2015 - Centric TV profiles Maggie Anderson. See the article here.
August 2016 - The largest news network in Switzerland is interested in Black America. Famed journalist, Beat Soldermann spent a day with Maggie Anderson on the West Side of Chicago to understand why Black businesses need support and how the American economy is racially divided.
October 2012 - Ford Hall Forum - Host to speakers like Maya Angelou, Malcolm X. See the compelling community discussion, with sociologist on race and the wealth gap, Thomas Shapiro here.