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Keisha Revers.. Day of Empowerment ,10:00Jeffery Reeves.. 21 st CENTURY FINANCIAL ISSUES... 10/20/10

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KEISHA RIVERS Ms. Rivers-Shorty is taking her gifts on the road with the launch of her “Reel World Theatre & Pizza Party Tour” this year as part of her “Day of Empowerment” Series. She’ll be bringing resources, information, tools, tips, strategies, encouragement and empowerment to 10 cities in 2010, with plans for a 41-city Tour in 2011. Believing that it’s possible to touch the lives of many by impacting one person through her “teach 1, reach 100” philosophy, Ms. Rivers-Shorty’s goal is to make a difference—one community at a time, one day at a time. JEFFERY REEVES: Mon June 8, 2009 – Denver, CO... With gas prices racing toward $4 a gallon – again – the housing market still in freefall, and even the most optimistic economists acknowledging that a full-blown recession is already upon us, one local expert is looking to the past for solutions to our current crises. Jeffrey Reeves, author and longtime financial advisor, thinks the keys to solving Americans’ debt crisis may lie in the financial strategies of our Founders and forebears.“All of these predicaments are interrelated and all are a result of Americans falling victim to what I call the Debt Paradigm,” Mr. Reeves explains. “For two centuries after this country was founded, Americans were the most innovative and fecund producers of personal wealth in the world. But over the last 30-plus years, we’ve become a nation of willing debtors, selling our souls and our financial future to credit card companies, mortgage lenders, car dealers and oil companies – and that’s really the root of so many of our current economic problems.”

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