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Sign othe Times LISTEN IN SESSION w Dr. Claude Anderson POWERNOMICS

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PowerNomics: The National Plan to Empower Black America was a five-year plan to make Black America prosperous and empowered; self-sufficient and competitive as a group by the year 2005.Dr. Anderson obliterates the myths and illusions of black progress and brings together data and information from many different sources to construct a framework for solutions to the dilemma of Black America. He proposes new principles, strategies and concepts that show blacks a new way to see, think, and behave. The new mind set prepares blacks to take strategic steps to create a new reality. It offers guidance to others who support blacks self-sufficiency. He offers insightful analysis and action steps blacks can take to redesign core areas of life - Education, Economics, Politics and Religion - to our benefit. The action steps in each area require new empowerment tools,a new group vision and a new culture of empowerment - tools designed to counter, if not break many of the racial monopolies in society*Vertical integration and Industrializing black communities are major concepts and strategies*Importance on building industries in black communities that are constructed upon group competitive advantages. *Several models of the strategies. It is infused with Dr. Anderson's trademark creative thinking and answers questions: Why are blacks the only group that equates success with working in a White corporation, government or the entertainment industry? - How did power and wealth - businesses, resources, privileges, income and control of all levels of government get so disproportionately distributed to White society? PowerNomics: The National Plan is the missing link between the historical analysis of problems facing blacks and the strategies needed to correct those problems. LISTEN-IN 917-889-8059 

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