Portrait in Black History: Madelyne Blunt makes mark on business community

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In today's Portrait in Black History, we recognize a Cleveland woman who made her mark on the local business community.

Madelyne Blunt published a homemaker's magazine called 'Gracious Living' in the 1960s. After the magazine folded, she founded a successful home marketing service called Club Date- which helped connect local businesses with African-American consumers.

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