north • town • Vegas • boy

Last update
2022-05-16 14:18:46

    We can help take your music or brand to the next level with our promo packages. Let us build you a custom radio commercial for your song, product, or business and put into rotation on up to 6 online radio stations in the West Coast Region. We also do interviews, graphics, magazine and blog placement. Let us host a listening party virtually or at our studio location in Los Angeles. Email westcoastfleetdjs1@gmail.com for more details and pricing on our packages, or let us know what you are looking for and we can put a custom package together for you. #fleetdjs #westcoastfleetdjs #promowithfleetdjs #westcoastfleetradio #lasvegasfleetradio #budeboyradio #cryptobeatsradio #nevadafleetdjs #washingtonfleetdjs #arizonafleetdjs #californiafleetdjs #hawaiifleetdjs #onlineradioadvertising #promopackages #customradiocommercials #fleetartistspotlight #fleetdjsmusicconference (at North Las Vegas, Nevada) https://www.instagram.com/p/Cdc1pX9Odhn/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=


    10 Companies that profited off the Slave trade

    New York Life

    New York Life found that its predecessor (Nautilus Insurance Company) sold slaveholder policies during the mid-1800s.

    Tiffany and Co.

    Tiffany and Co. was originally financed with profits from a Connecticut cotton mill. The mill operated from cotton picked by slaves.


    Aetna insured the lives of slaves during the 1850’s and reimbursed slave owners when their slaves died.

    Brooks Brothers

    The suit retailer started their company in the 1800s by selling clothes for slaves to slave traders.

    Norfolk Southern

    Two companies (Mobile & Girard and the Central of Georgia) became part of Norfolk Southern.  Mobile & Girard paid slave owners $180 to rent their slaves to the railroad for a year.  The Central of Georgia owned several slaves.

    Bank of America

    Bank of America found that two of its predecessor banks (Boatman Savings Institution and Southern Bank of St. Louis) had ties to slavery and another predecessor (Bank of Metropolis) accepted slaves as collateral on loans.

    U.S.A. Today

    U.S.A. Today reported that its parent company (E.W. Scripps and Gannett) was linked to the slave trade.


    Two institutions that became part of Wachovia (Georgia Railroad and Banking Company and the Bank of Charleston) owned or accepted slaves as collateral on mortgaged property or loans.


    AIG purchased American General Financial which owns U.S. Life Insurance Company.  AIG found documentation that U.S. Life insured the lives of slaves.

    JPMorgan Chase

    JPMorgan Chase reported that between 1831 and 1865, two of its predecessor banks (Citizens Bank and Canal Bank in Louisiana) accepted approximately 13,000 slaves as loan collateral and seized approximately 1,250 slaves when plantation owners defaulted on their loans.