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"Breaking Down The Barriers Against Black Economics-Pt. 1-The Laws"

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SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--The State of the Black Community is in desperate need of a rebirth,  and we are overwhelmed by the myriad of different pieces of broken social fixtures that need repair. Through all of the ugly muck of our problems however, the need for a centralized "headquarters" to dispurse the necessary help to the individual fixtures is eminent. The centralized headquarters is Black Economics. Finances, businesses, networks and customized services designed, owned and operated to fix the unique needs of the African-American community. This week, we will touch on the barriers that prevent Black economics from happening. Tonight  we touch on the direct effects of our misunderstanding and under-utilization of our fights under the law as one barrier in the way of rebuilding Black Economics.

 

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