As TheStreet continues its coverage of African Americans during Black History Month, we meet up with Greening Youth Foundations¿ Angelou C. Ezeilo, founder & CEO, and James C. Ezeilo, vice president of strategic partnerships & development, which was founded in 2008. The couple, married for 19 years, obviously have a super natural love for each other, their community and mother earth. TheStreet first wrote about the couple in 2009, The Greening of Schools, Neighborhoods. Supported by sponsors include Whole Foods, Kroger, Best Buy and Lowes, editor Cherella Cox checks in on the company and the couple on Valentine¿s Day.

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