MOCHA Enterprises / MOCHA Vision Media is a collection of local events, publications, websites, podcasts, and business services. Our finger is on the pulse of the community for upwardly mobile residents in the borderland.
Optimize your presence to the African American/Black demographic in the El Paso/Fort Bliss area.
Black El Pasoans are: educators, doctors, lawyers, authors, military service members, military spouses, military youth, college students, entrepreneurs, nutritionists, food service professionals, financial advisors, travel agents, speakers, subject matter experts, and more.
The when, the where, and the why of who we are as Black El Pasoans is important pertaining to cultural relativism. Black El Paso Voice is the only publication in El Paso County that is devoted exclusively to highlighting African American/Black news, information, businesses, profiles, culture, and more.
Our goal is to provide a voice for the voiceless and highlight our ever-increasing business, economic, social, political, and educational presence on the border. Through our collection of publications and websites, we are uniting the community by implementing avenues for Black men, women, and youth of El Paso and Fort Bliss, with a pathway to find out about events and information, while providing inspiration and encouragement when it comes to thriving in the Sun City.
Our daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual media products represent the evolving and diverse communities of our region. From singles and college students to military spouses, service members & families, the community continues to see astounding growth and development.
El Paso boasts of a city rich in culture. The multicultural presence in the city is inviting to military families as well as entrepreneurs who hope to establish themselves as vibrant and necessary economic forces in the city.
There are a billion stories to be told and not everyone is presented with the opportunity to share their story. MOCHA Enterprises is providing an outlet for the demographic that is rarely represented.
This is for the culture.
The Black population in El Paso is approximately 3.9% of almost 840,00 residents. Our reach is beyond El Paso as we provide a powerful economic impact within the community and Southwest region.
Founded in 1999 by the spouse of a Fort Bliss soldier, Black El Paso began as a print and online newsletter to share resources with and for El Pasoans who desired tonot only find and support Black owned businesses, but to celebrate Black culture.
Synonymous with the flavor infused in our efforts to provide our supporters with the experience they desire when it comes to networking and coming together as a community.