Economic growth in the melanated community needs a shift. Growth is necessary for our families future progress.
From the past to the present, there has always been a transition of power and wealth.As the summer heats up, the economic spirit from the past speaks out again to remind us of our capabilities to create as a people.
We see an increasing trend of falsehoods fall away as we transition into the summer solstice. Exposure of those selling out in our community is necessary so that those who want to know the truth can rebuild together.
Mansa Musa, a great emperor expanded the Mali Empire across Africa and understood it requires the power of the community to work as one to achieve greatness.
Today we see the grassroots movement of individuals leading instead of talking. Claude Anderson, black economist, discusses “PowerNomics” strategies in developing the black community through politics and economics.
Jay Morrison, real estate investor, speaks on using the vehicle of “real estate” for black wealth.
Lastly, let us not forget about the profound musicians and activist who are no longer with us in the physical but now in spirit.