For Immediate Release
April 10, 2023
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(Black PR Wire) The Black Real Estate Dialogue podcast (B.R.E.D.), launched by Sam Dolciné in 2019, is nominated for the prestigious 2023 Webby Awards, honoring the best of the Internet. Nominations were announced on Tuesday, April 4, 2023, by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences.

Hailed as the “Internet’s highest honor” by The New York Times, The Webby Awards is the leading international awards organization honoring excellence on the Internet. Since 1996, The Webby Awards have continued to receive entries from all 50 states and over 70 countries worldwide.

The Black Real Estate Dialogue podcast is an information-sharing platform with over 150 in-depth interviews now on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify. B.R.E.D shares the steps, the tools, and real-life advice from successful Black investors and developers, helping everyday Black Americans overcome the barriers to entry and access equity and generation wealth through real estate investment. The B.R.E.D. team is asking all supporters and subscribers to visit the Webby Awards site and vote as soon as possible. You can vote for the team here.

The Webby Awards, presented by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (I.A.D.A.S.), is the leading international awards organization honoring excellence on the Internet. 

“Nominees like Sam Dolciné and Black Real Estate Dialogue are setting the standard for innovation and creativity on the Internet,” said Claire Graves, President of The Webby Awards. “It is an incredible achievement to be selected among the best from the nearly 14,000 entries we received this year.” Dolciné’s B.R.E.D. podcast is nominated in the category of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. 

The mortgage industry has presented challenges for Black Americans, keeping Black families from owning homes. Redlining was the discriminatory practice where the mortgage industry refused to grant loans to areas earmarked as high-risk due to the high concentration of Black and Brown residents. Redlining and other barriers to entry had had residual effects that have lasted for over fifty years. While it’s no secret that the real estate industry has unequivocally discriminated against Black Americans, the B.R.E.D. network encourages first-time homebuyers to start, outlining the steps, the tools, and the process—in-depth interviews with successful Black investors and developers, like Don Peebles, detail insights from their experience. The platform continues to be a resource for potential investors looking to acquire and develop land and those interested in expanding their retirement options by investing in residential or commercial property.

Vote now to support the Black Real Estate Dialogue. A winner in this category will be determined by popular vote. Voting closes Thursday, April 20, at 11:59 pm PDT.

“It takes a leap of faith. And that’s why it is necessary for those in our community to encourage each other, have faith in ourselves, and take the proper steps. Once we do that, there’s no stopping us.”