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National Business Leader Phil Andrews Supports The Scoop Publications
SBA Award Winner Phil Andrews

See What SBA award winning Phil Andrews, President Of the Nation's Largest African American Chamber of Commerce says about the SoutheastQueensScoop.com.

"The Southeast Queens Scoop, serves as an anchor publication for a rich demographic of wealthy Blacks in New York, and is also a business that should be supported in the community through donations, subscriptions and advertisements. As a leading online digital news source it serves as a conduit for the start of effective change by putting good ideas out to the masses in our community, and at the same time exposing the community to quality Black owned products and services.

Small business owners and professionals are encouraged to contact the Southeast Queens Scoop, to offer their products and services to one of the wealthiest Black communities in the nation."

Phil Andrews, is the 2019 Small Business Champion, for the New York District Office, of the United States Small Business Administration, and is also the President, Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. covering Brooklyn, Queens, of NYC, and Long Island, NY.

The Southeast Queens Scoop (SeQS) is covering politics, economic development,  and community events in the Greater Jamaica, Southeast Queens, NYC, Long Island, and New York areas.  While other major news sources cover the area they rarely cover positive business coverage and cultural events.

The award winning The Southeast Queens Scoop news blog has covered over 2,300 stories on cultural organizations and area businesses mostly free of charge.  No other major media outlets can make that claim.  Usually when other media outlets cover Southeast Queens and Greater Jamaica NY areas they cover primarily violent crimes and social problems.  We cover the uplifting news in the area.

So we ask you and other Black and progressive people in Southeast Queens, will you 
support an independent Black community publication challenging stereotypes and showcasing positive people and institutions in our community?

We hope you will.  Please checkout some of our community awards below...






 Kamau Austin (Left) and nZinga Austin (middle) and presenter Queens Center Of The Arts Founder Adrienne Whaley (right) pictured winning Community Service Awards At Half Time Of LI Nets Game 2019

Will you support our efforts to promote the events, culture, business development, and economic empowerment in our community? If so Please donate below now?


Still considering donating?  Please see some of our other awards below...




nZinga Austin (above) receives a number of awards and citations from Complete Girlz and area politicians for Co-publishing the Southeast Queens Scoop and overcoming her autism challenges. She received citations from NYS Senator Leroy Comrie, Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, and NYC Council woman Adrienne Adams.
Many people have told me how inspiring we have been so far making the Southeast Queens a considerable online presence. We don't have a big corporation behind us and my daughter is on the autism spectrum.

However, we've grown the Southeast Queens Blog to be viewed over 620,000 times in a couple of years time. We receive tens of thousands of views a month views a month, and we have helped local businesses become more successful with our ad sponsorships with them. We are having a social impact...

Before the controversy with Netflix, Starbucks, and Waffle House my daughter and I saw the need to promote our community businesses for economic development and empowerment. It just seemed obvious that when we supported organic businesses in our community we were also investing in our community.

This can help recycle dollars, create local jobs, and also enhance property values because our neighborhoods would have vibrant business sectors making them more viable and not be mired with blighted business strips. We also believed cultural enrichment was vital to enhancing the quality of life of our communities.

We posted over 2,300 events and articles about cultural events, business profiles, and provocative editorial about economic development within a year's time. Many of these postings were for free to promote the community.  We do it as an act of love and commitment.

Many times we didn't even get a thank you. But we didn't feel bad we were helping showcase the best in our community. We'd do it for free if we could. Obviously, we can't do it forever that way.

We're looking to grow from our 30,000 to 45,000 site visits a month to much larger. We are quickly approaching closer to 60,000 site visits a month soon. And that is only 5% of our potential.  We've also started new publications such as the global BlackNewsScoop.com and the MinorityBusinessFinanceScoop.com

We are planning to get create more professional broadcast video content and so much more. We'll keep you posted. Thanks for your support so far we could not have accomplished this without you our viewers.

Can You Donate And Help The Southeast Queens Scoop Continue Its Positive Coverage Of Our Communities?
How often do you hear positive news on the major media about Southeast Queens?  Probably not nearly enough right?  The major media promotes negative, violent, and awful sensational news.  Ironically the people of Southeast Queens have always and still today are doing incredible and amazing things and somebody has to showcase our ingenuity.

In mainstream media they have an adage or saying "if it bleeds it leads."  They play on the fact bad news travels faster than good news.  They in a sense bank off of the bad news that happens in communities (largely of Blacks and people of color) to increase viewership and sell ads.

However, this negative coverage of our communities contributes to negative stereotypes of Black, working class, and people of color.  It also contributes to the break down of the sense of community because we only hear about bad things in our areas.

Neighbors aren't as friendly as they used to be.  People don't know each other the way they did back in the day when I was growing up.  Residents in places like Harlem, East New York, and Southeast Queens are treated too often like suspects by law enforcement.

But you can help to begin to change that by supporting our local publication that also covers national and global news about Black people and people of color.  We have had whites and all ethnic groups support us stating they are learning so much more about great things Blacks are doing in their community.

I've had whites who were saying awful things about me and Blacks thank me for showing them a positive and more balanced view of Black people and want to support the Southeast Queens Scoop.  You can help the Southeast Queens Scoop continue to break down bias and stereotypical coverage of the news by donating below now?



We've supported and helped make a billion dollars for a major corporation Disney which owns Marvel.  Will you also help expand the operations of a independent publication that has already done over 1,000 posts about positive events, news, business profiles, economic empowerment stories and actually helped create viable businesses in Southeast Queens?  It's up to you...

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About the Southeast Queens Scoop - is the premier website and only publication offering daily news and updates on the events, culture, issues, and is dedicated to the business and economic development in this largely black historic community.

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