[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

PURPOSE: There are approximately 600 Billionaires in the United States of America.  According to Forbes in 2019, the following are the 5 Billionaires of African-descent born in the U.S.: David Steward, Jay-Z, Michael Jordan, Oprah Winfrey and Robert F. Smith.  Blacks represent 10-15% of the population in America.  Based on 10%, there should be at least 60 Billionaires of African-descent in the U.S.  Let’s go make those 55 new African Billionaires in America by effectively COLLABORATING by creating more FRANCHISES, STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS, MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS!

#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.

Here is a Google Sheet with some of the African Economic modern firsts, starting with Madam C.J. Walker in 1905!


SHOPPING MALL like Amazon’s SBS: BAM.eco

The ecoLOGICAL .com: PlanetDotECO.com



CRYPTO-CURRENCY: SableAssent.com


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

“‘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


411: 1800UniteUs.com

automotive: MIMSmotorsUSA.com

banking: OneUnited.com

beauty supply: TBD SOON!

buying black: WeBuyBlack.com

hair: TBD SOON!

hospitality: NABHOOD.COM

investment banking: ArielInvestments.com

life insurance: TBD SOON!

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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