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Ebiz Technologies will be the first fully functional company that researches the target market right here in Los Angeles, CA. Since our company opened its doors in 2011, we’ve treated every customer like they were a part of our family. Other companies may offer similar services, but only ours tailor makes programs with a personal touch.  
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  THE HEREIN TITLED PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT (hereafter "Agreement"), shall be made effective 07/15/2016, by founder and Trademark holder, and webmaster, Stefan Lambert for initial partners, Kevin Bush, Juanita Price, and Lauren Sanders (hereafter the "Partners") pursuant to the terms and conditions stated in "The Dot Black Company" criteria and website business practice and publishing policies outlined in "The Dot Black Company" Structure, Procedures, Practices and Policies for Dot Black Company Web-publishing and distribution).


1. Present Website Business
Description of website(s) already published, functioning and copy righted as of December 19th 2014, specifically under the domain name of www.JamesbrownStory.com; January 20th 1st 2016 under the domain of name www.BlackHistoryParade.com; as of May 19th 2016 under the domain name BTV.BLACK (Black TV) Channels ; as of May 27th 2016 under the domain name of Our Government.Black; and as of July 14th under the domain name of www.OurBanks.Black; by founder, designer and webmaster Stefan Lambert. The a fore mentioned websites are and were all designed to work in-conjunction with the Dot Black Company which will serve as the company name that will host and solicit advertising to create revenue and funds to create scholarships to help educate, specifically but not limited to, African American students and students of African decent to fulfill the business model of the creation of ground braking Social networks like Facebook, Youtube, and Twitter with the purpose of creating Black owned company with the original Top Level Domain Name of (.B-L-A-C-K). The a fore mention websites will share servers and a Algorithm program copyrighted as (The Afro-Algorithm) to help Black owned, but not limited to, websites in need of viewer and customer demographic targeting. The Dot Black Company is connected with, but different from the Dot Black Trade Mark which was created and published for the intent of promotional products such as T-Shirts, and possible clothing line for colleges, promotional ink pens, flash drives ect. for the purposes of creating a brand and recruiting interested students that may be candidates for the a fore mentioned scholarship(s). The inspiration of the Dot Black Company was to assist African American Students with tuition and funding to learn code writing and multi media production and therefore the criteria, in concordance with "The Dot Company" Policies, for consideration of initial partners will be made available to individuals that have a active interest in education and or are students. All rights, duties, status, and pre-Website Grand Launch which occur after the student assistant code programmers are selected and a or several celebrity spokes person(s) have been retained, as of July 17th 2016 all websites with the exception of www.BTV.Black are all prototype websites under-construction to give interested parties a sample of what the finished websites and functions will look like. 

2. Formation of the Partnership
The aforementioned and qualified parties hereby form, in accordance to applicable law in the state of California,(hereinafter referred to as "Business State"), a General Partnership, which said business shall hereinafter be referred to as the 'Initial Partnership." All rights, duties, assets and liabilities of the Initial Partners shall, except as herein expressed otherwise, shall be provided as set forth below and contained herein this agreement.

3. Partnership/Business name
The entirety of Pre-Grand Launching of website(s) still under-construction and prototypes that will be the governing business entity and will create and administrate over advertising revenue of the aforementioned websites and future websites baring the Dot Black; Dot LOL and Dot Club Top Level Domain names Business of the Partnership shall be conducted under the name of The Dot Black Company, or such other name(s) not already enacted or published before 07/15/2016, may be mutually agreed upon according to the policies The Dot Black company, upon and with written amendment of this agreement, as the Partners may select at another date and time in the future. And which the Partners shall promptly execute, file, record and/or publish any said business name change with the proper offices as assumed name certificate.  

4. Location of Principal Office
The principal place of business of the herein Partnership, shall be the location at ,,, in the city of Palo Alto California, However, additional or subsidiary places of business may be established at other such locations as may be determined by mutual consent of and by the Partners in accordance with the 'The Dot Black Company" Policies.

5. Partnership Term
The herein established Partnership shall become effective upon the execution, by way of signing, of this Agreement and shall remain effective and enforce until such time as either the Partnership is dissolved or amended pursuant to current applicable laws.

 6. Records
The Partnership shall maintain and keep accurate and complete records of all Partnership transactions. All records of the Partnership shall be maintained at the principle headquarters office or rented cubicle. And either Partner shall have the right, at any time, to inspect and/or maintain a copy of the records of the Partnership.

 7. Pre-Launch Product goal
The Partnership agrees and acknowledges the difference in "Publishing Under-Construction/Prototype websites under the Dot Black Company and Grand Launching of the Team enhanced and completed "Product" website hereafter referred to as the "Website Product" and understands that all preliminary publishing and promotion of said "Website Product" Prototype still under-construction is create modem to modem electronic communication and Pre-Search Engine recognition and all Partners will strive to create the finished "Website Product" and the necessary tools and personnel to market said Website Product as the principle goal and any hindrance and or neglect to the completion of the marketable Website Product can be interpreted as a conflict of interest, If such, unknowing and/or untended hindrance of the completion of the website product will be given and explanation why any other focus or actions are counter productive to the completion of the website product by the webmaster and the programmer individually and recorded in email form for learning purposes and forwarded, by email to all partners, if such exact actions continue a formal cease and desist letter will be issued and brought up at the next scheduled meeting of the Partners. Final decision as to the course of action will be left to the discretion of the webmaster unless there is a 3/4th (Three Fourths vote for a continuance of discussion and a explanation of why said partner opted to continue and a further explanation from the webmaster as to why this or these actions are counter-productive to the completion of the of the "Website Product", in the event that the issue is unresolved a vote will be held and the Partner that has invested the most currency in federal notes will represent two votes.

Our Government.Black
Directory for The Black Government Officials in the U.S.

BTV.BLACK (Black TV) Channels
Coming soon, Your Black website, with Your Black commercials.

Black History Parade directory
Black History Parades are one of the few African American created traditions that endures and is growing.

Black (African-American) History Month: February 2012
To commemorate and celebrate the contributions to our nation made by people of African descent, American historian Carter G. Woodson established Black History Week. The first celebration occurred on Feb. 12, 1926. For many years, the second week of February was set aside for this celebration to coincide with the birthdays of abolitionist/editor Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln. In 1976, as part of the nation’s bicentennial, the week was expanded into Black History Month. Each year, U.S. presidents proclaim February as National African-American History Month.

Note: The reference to the black population in this publication is to single-race blacks (“black alone”) except in the first section on “Population.” There the reference is to black alone or in combination with other races; in other words, a reference to respondents who said they were one race (black) or more than one race (black plus other races).

42 million
The number of people who identified as black, either alone or in combination with one or more other races, in the 2010 Census. They made up 13.6 percent of the total U.S. population. The black population grew by 15.4 percent from 2000 to 2010.
Source: The Black Population: 2010 <https://www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/briefs/c2010br-06.pdf>

65.7 million
The projected black population of the United States (including those of more than one race) for July 1, 2050. On that date, according to the projection, blacks would constitute 15 percent of the nation's total population. 
Source: Population projections <https://www.census.gov/newsroom/releases/archives/population/cb08-123.html>

3.3 million
The black population in New York, which led all states in 2010. The other nine states in the top 10 were Florida, Texas, Georgia, California, North Carolina, Illinois, Maryland, Virginia and Ohio.
Source: The Black Population <https://www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/briefs/c2010br-06.pdf>

Percent of Mississippi's total population that was black in 2010. Mississippi led the nation in this category followed by Louisiana (33 percent), Georgia (32 percent), Maryland (31 percent), South Carolina (29 percent) and Alabama (27 percent).
Source: The Black Population: 2010 <https://www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/briefs/c2010br-06.pdf>

Percent of the total population in the District of Columbia that was black in 2010. 
Source: The Black Population: 2010 <https://www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/briefs/c2010br-06.pdf>

2.2 million
People who identified as black in New York City, which led all places with populations of 100,000 or more. It was followed by Chicago; Philadelphia; Detroit; Houston; Memphis, Tenn.; Baltimore; Los Angeles; Washington; and Dallas. 
Source: The Black Population: 2010 <https://www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/briefs/c2010br-06.pdf>

Percent of the total population in Detroit, who identified as black, which is the highest percentage nationally among places with populations of 100,000 or more. It was followed by Jackson, Miss. (80.1 percent), Miami Gardens, Fla. (77.9 percent), Birmingham, Ala. (74.0 percent), Baltimore, (65.1 percent), Memphis, Tenn. (64.1 percent), New Orleans (61.2 percent), Flint, Mich. (59.5), Montgomery Ala. (57.4 percent) and Savannah, Ga. (56.7 percent). 
Source: The Black Population: 2010 <https://www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/briefs/c2010br-06.pdf>

Serving Our Nation
2.4 million
Number of black military veterans in the United States in 2010. 
Source: 2010 American Community Survey <http://factfinder2.census.gov>

Among blacks 25 and older, the percentage with a high school diploma or higher in 2010. 
Source: 2010 American Community Survey <http://factfinder2.census.gov>

Percentage of blacks 25 and older who had a bachelor's degree or higher in 2010. 
Source: 2010 American Community Survey <http://factfinder2.census.gov>

1.5 million
Among blacks 25 and older, the number who had an advanced degree in 2010.
Source: 2010 American Community Survey <http://factfinder2.census.gov>

2.9 million
Number of blacks enrolled in college in 2010, a 1.7 million increase since 1990.
Source: 2010 Current Population Survey <https://www.census.gov/hhes/school/data/cps/historical/index.html>

11.1 million
The number of blacks who voted in the 2010 congressional election, an increase from 11 percent of the total electorate in 2006 to 12 percent in 2010.
Source: Voting and Registration in the Election of 2010 <https://www.census.gov/newsroom/releases/archives/voting/cb11-164.html>

Turnout rate in the 2008 presidential election for the 18- to 24-year-old citizen black population, an 8 percentage point increase from 2004. Blacks had the highest turnout rate in this age group.
Source: Voting and Registration in the Election of 2008 <https://www.census.gov/newsroom/releases/archives/voting/cb09-110.html>

Turnout rate among black citizens regardless of age in the 2008 presidential election, up about 5 percentage points from 2004. Looking at voter turnout by race and Hispanic origin, non-Hispanic whites and blacks had the highest turnout levels. 
Source: Voting and Registration in the Election of 2008 <https://www.census.gov/newsroom/releases/archives/voting/cb09-110.html>

Income, Poverty and Health Insurance
The annual median income of black households in 2010, a decline of 3.2 percent from 2009.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2010 Income, Poverty and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States 

Poverty rate in 2010 for blacks. 
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Income, Poverty and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: 2010

Percentage of blacks that were covered by health insurance during all or part of 2010.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2010 Income, Poverty and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States

Families and Children
Among households with a black householder, the percentage that contained a family. There were 9.4 million black family households. 
Source: 2011 Current Population Survey, Families and Living Arrangements, Table F1 and Table HH-2

Among families with black householders, the percentage that were married couples.
Source: 2011 Families and Living Arrangements, Table F1

1.3 million
Number of black grandparents who lived with their own grandchildren younger than 18. Of this number, 47.6 percent were also responsible for their care. 
Source: 2010 American Community Survey <http://factfinder2.census.gov>

Nationally, the percentage of households with a householder who was black who lived in owner-occupied homes. 
Source: 2010 American Community Survey <http://factfinder2.census.gov>

The percentage of blacks 16 and older who worked in management, business, science and arts occupations. 
Source: 2010 American Community Survey <http://factfinder2.census.gov>

$135.7 billion
Receipts for black-owned businesses in 2007, up 53.1 percent from 2002. The number of black-owned businesses totaled 1.9 million in 2007, up 60.5 percent. 
Source: 2007 Survey of Business Owners <http://factfinder2.census.gov>

Percentage of black-owned businesses in 2007 in health care and social assistance, repair and maintenance and personal and laundry services.
Source: 2007 Survey of Business Owners <http://factfinder2.census.gov>

Percentage of businesses in New York in 2007 that were black-owned, which led all states or state-equivalents. Georgia and Florida followed, at 9.6 percent and 9.4 percent, respectively. 
Source: 2007 Survey of Business Owners <http://factfinder2.census.gov>

Following is a list of observances typically covered by the Census Bureau’s Facts for Features series:

African-American History Month (February)
Super Bowl
Valentine's Day (Feb. 14)
Women's History Month (March)
Irish-American Heritage Month (March)/
  St. Patrick's Day (March 17)
Earth Day (April 22)
Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month (May)
Older Americans Month (May)
Cinco de Mayo (May 5)
Mother's Day
Hurricane Season Begins (June 1)
Father's Day
The Fourth of July (July 4)
Anniversary of Americans With Disabilities Act (July 26)
Back to School (August)
Labor Day
Grandparents Day
Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15)
Unmarried and Single Americans Week
Halloween (Oct. 31)
American Indian/Alaska Native Heritage Month (November)
Veterans Day (Nov. 11)
Thanksgiving Day
The Holiday Season (December)

Editor’s note: The preceding data were collected from a variety of sources and may be subject to sampling variability and other sources of error. Facts for Features are customarily released about two months before an observance in order to accommodate magazine production timelines. Questions or comments should be directed to the Census Bureau’s Public Information Office: telephone: 301-763-3030; fax: 301-763-3762; or e-mail: <PIO@census.gov>.