Entrepreneurship is a dirty word in the United States. To be an American citizen is to be a worker bee, reliant on someone else for their livilhood. That’s what the educational system, at all levels, teaches. And it’s what society encourages. Contrary to what we’re told, however, that’s not the way of the Indigenous Negro. Our entrepreneurial exploits have contributed mightily to the very fabric American culture. And that’s in every field, be it science, art, mechanics, engineering, medicine, finance, technology, etc. Negro Indians and successful entrepreneurship go hand in hand and history cannot hide this fact. Most of the major riots against Negroes in 19th and 20th centuries were mainly due to white jealousy over black entrepreneurship. Today, there are still some of us that hold up our entrepreneurial spirits in the digital age? How can we take it a step farther? Is there a plan we can enact to get more people working for themselves? Join me and guests Zhe Scott and Kori Raishon as we discuss and dialogue.
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