[W]e are dealing with issues that cannot be solved without the nation spending billions of dollars and undergoing a radical redistribution of economic power.

-Rev., Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

~1 month before his assassination on April 4, 1968
Ecclesiastes 10:19  A feast is made for laughter, wine makes life merry, but money is the answer for everything.

PURPOSE: There are approximately 500 Billionaires in America.  There are 7 Black Billionaires in America.  Blacks represent 10-15% of the population in America.  Based on 10%, there should be at least 50 Black Billionaires in America.  Let’s go make those 43 new Black Billionaires in America by effectively COLLABORATING by creating more FRANCHISES, STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS, MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS!

The killing of unarmed Black men, and even women and children, by police officers has incited many movements. The protests were warranted by the urgent need to address the issue. This and a myriad of other problems plague Black America, and applying group economics is one of the main solutions.

#BlackEconomicsMatter will autonomously, but collectively complete circles with no conflicts of interest address and develop strategies from an economic perspective to promote Black owned businesses that are at least 51% Black owned.



CRYPTO-CURRENCY: SableAssent.com


FARMING: WattsGardenClub.com

Finding a Black Owned Business with GPS and more: BlackTradeLines.com

HAIR industry control: DudleyQ.com

INTERNET SHOPPING like Amazon: BAMway.net


Getting back to the TRADES: JobsCreatePeace.com


This will stimulate job creation. Business ownership will enable the national Black community to gain a stronger voice in local, state, and federal politics and media outlets to make structural change to policies that will bring sustainable economic growth to Black communities.

“‘No man is an island entire of itself. Every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main.‘… We must see this, believe this, and live by it if we are to remain awake through a great revolution.

-Rev., Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution,
March 31, 1968


automotive: MIMSmotorsUSA.com

banking: OneUnited.com

entrepreneurship: TheESEway.com

hospitality: NABHOOD.COM

music control: ROCnation.com

real estate ownership: NAREB.COM

Philanthropy is commendable, but it must not cause the philanthropist to overlook the circumstances that make philanthropy necessary.

-Rev., Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Strength to Love, 1963


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