Group Economics- every so called race and ethnicity practices it in the United States.Everyone, except the Afro American Negro, that is. As it stands today, Afro Americans are deeply engaging in individualist consumerism. It’s each and every one of us for ourselves. That’s a far cry from the days of segregation where we pooled our resources for economic empowerment. In these financial/economic days and times, practicing group economics is a must if we are to thrive in the future. Indigenous Negroes spent $1.1 trillion in 2016. Just imagine if 20% of us practiced group economics. That’s something to think about. Join me and guest Kori Raishon of Double EE Productions, LLC, Thursday as we discuss and dialogue.
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