Black Wealth: Lost Resources and Solutions to Poverty
Join Asha Zuri, Joseph Whitfield ,and Alex Primo for a thorough discussion on the history of white supremacists and racist globalists stealing wealth and resources from Black people across the globe and for some powerful solutions to counteract it.
Black Wealth is a sensitive issue that we need to discuss. I know a lot of you are rich already,so you can skip this one. But the rest of us that need more money and a better living, need to tune in.
"Perhaps no statistic better illustrates the enduring legacy of our country’s shameful history of treating black people as sub-citizens, sub-Americans, and sub-humans than the wealth gap," the Atlantic's Ta-Nehisi Coates wrote in his masterful essay, "The Case for Reparations." That gap, enormous and awful as it already was, has been growing since the recession. Last week, the Pew Research Center reported that the median white household was worth $141,900, 12.9 times more than the typical black household, which was worth just $11,000. In 2007, the ratio was 10 to one. The divide between white families and Hispanics was similar.
In addition to the dismal state of Black Americans,we find overwhelming poverty attacking our brothers and sisters in Alkebulan also.
On this episode we will discuss the problem and the solution so join us Thursday at 9 pm EST by calling (917)889-2830 and enjoy the conversation.
And as always,keep it clean and keep it on point.
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