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Within the context of Black Empowerment Liberia would have been the nation state (a.k.a. the base of operations)
Black Wall Street would have been the Satellite community within the United States with a direct line of trade and commerce with the nation state.
Neither one was a failure but a lesson.
Apparently a lesson we have yet to learn from and take things to the next logical level, natural conclusion and ultimate end game;
LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE, NATIONHOOD
Brett Kitchen and Ethan Kap, Authors of wealth beyond wall street reveal several important takeaways in this podcast.
FIrst, you'll discover a must read book for anyone trying to improve their business, or income in any profession.
Second, you'll learn the 3 pillars to building wealth and financial independence with peace of mind. These aren't the typical investments or strategies you'll hear about from talking heads on TV, this is exciting!
THE RIOT AND BURNING OF GREENWOOD DISTRICT IN TULSA OKLAHOMA FROM MAY 31 TO JUNE 1 1921....A LITTLE TOWN KNOW AND LITTLE AFRICA OR BLACK WALL STREET THAT ALL CAME TUMBLING DOWN BECAUSE OF A LIE
in Real Estate
Today on "It's My House" we shall take a look at the events that happened in Tulsa, Oklahoma on the dates of May 31st & June 1st 1921. Most history books titled this event as the 'Tulsa Race Riots".
We shall disect the events that happened from the following points of view:
Classism (economics & personal prosperity)
Poor Business Model and poor "neighborhood planning model.
Lack Of Education with it comes to Generational Wealth Planning.
Successful Black Community Business Models (and LEGAL structures)
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in Real Estate
Today on "It's My House" we shall be speaking with Mama AZ who is one of our "Black Towns" journalist & historians. To lay the ground work we shall lay the foundation of the distinctions between "Black Towns vs Black Wall Street". After laying that foundation we shall speak with Mama AZ about Napoleon Davis and the "Oklahoma Creek Freedman Association & Shine".
After all of she adds more to our foundation then we shall discuss HOW to apply the "9 Friends" concept in growing our businesses, communities, or the current Black Towns that exist today.
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AFROCENTRIX on KLJN 107.7
Why do so many Black Americans and other shades of color, feel comfortable working for another person’s business, rather than focusing on eventually having their own even if they need to hire a business manager to run it?
Why do Urban Blacks feel more compelled to hustle, rather than work for “The Man”?
Is it because of his inner 'Entrepreneurial instincts', or is it generational programming, which leads to abstinence of the 'slavery-based' mentality, of having to work for ‘Mr. Charlie’ to feel secure?
Why is it that people from other countries can come to the U.S. and get great jobs or start businesses or acquire wealth with real estate, while Black folks born and raised here in this country, can't get jobs as fast or as well, nor get property or business loans so easily?
Why do people of the 'Urban persuasion' feel its okay to “hustle“?
Why do people feel its more lucrative to sling drugs, rather than work in a corporate office?
Why is it 'fact' that black people in this country cannot build enough wealth to sustain their families through generations (Also known as 'Generational Wealth'); such as the Rockefeller’s, DuPont’s, Getty’s, Vanderbilt’s, Fords, Walton’s etc.?
How can a people come together and create profitable network that creates and maintains its own infrastructure?
CALL (914) 205-5481 and press "1" to speak live on the air.
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in Real Estate
Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss the possibility of purchasing a historial "Black Towns" landmark. The building built by the late Napoleon Davis (the tipee building).......aka............Oklahoma Creek Freedmen Association & Shrine. After the passing of Napoleon the property found its way in the hands of other people. The property "might" be for sale...........however proper channels need to be observered including forming a legal contract to purchase and then placing the transaction into escrow with a sound title company for a title search must be done.
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Danita Sanders is a lover of life, love, and all things Jesus.
As a mother and divorcee, Danita discovered she has talents in many arenas, but her one passion that can be found in everything she does, is helping others. Writing became a way to get what she was thinking and experience out, in a healthy way and at the same time help or inspire others. It has been the encouragement of her close circle of friends and family that kept her blogging, but it was a God inspired vision that gave her the clearance and purpose to write "God, Love, & Divorce".
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Black Wall Street: The Money, The Music & The People
Black Wall Street is a docu-short film which seeks to highlight the remarkable, yet forgotten story of the historic Negro neighborhood, Jackson Ward in Richmond, Virginia. Dubbed “the Black Wall Street” by economists of the early 20th Century because of its economic and financial prowess in a day and age when people of color were deemed incapable of being anything other than a waste of space, the “city within a city” was the epicenter of Negro life and entertainment boasting claim to such memorable and notable daughters and sons as Maggie L. Walker, the first Negro (black) woman to own a bank, and entertainer extraordinaire, Bill “Bojangles” Robinson. The film also seeks to highlight the value of this historic neighborhood as rich material for fiction.
Written & Directed by: Rebekah L. Pierce
AFRICAN AMERICAN TALK RADIO should be at the top of your playlist whenit comes to empowering Black people.
African American Talk Radio is about sharing ideas and establishing relationships through which we build and leave an economic legacy for our children and their children.
AATR is a global, multi-faceted group of people, hosted by Michael Bates affectionately known as “The Business Bishop,” who has dedicated his life to helping churches, non-profits, corporations, leaders and families to maximize their growth potential.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?:
A.A.T.R. is not about a variety of opinions. It is about a CALL TO ACTION. Let’s turn Black Talk Radio into Black Action Radio. In the spirit of Black Wall Street, ownership and control of income producing assets are keys to economic growth of a people.
Roll out the holly, deck the halls, slice up the fruitcake because beloved Wall Street Journal sports columnist and author of LITTLE VICTORIES, PERFECT RULES FOR IMPERFECT LIVING, Jason Gay is joining Halli at her table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show.
Gay joined The Wall Street Journal in 2009, writing a several-times-a-week column which shifts regularly from irreverent topics to more serious themes. He has covered events ranging from the Super Bowl and the Olympics to the Masters and the Tour de France. He has written for publications including Vogue, GQ, Rolling Stone, and the New York Observer. He has received awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, the National Headliner Awards, the New York Press Club and the New York News Publishers Association. At once smart, irreverent, quirky, funny, witty, droll, and more his wit and insight are now brilliantly displayed in his new well received book: LITTLE VICTORIES, PERFECT RULES FOR IMPERFECT LIVING, which is own mom proclaimed to be “not bad.”
The inimitable Jason Gay visits The Halli Casser-Jayne Show because we need a little Christmas cheer. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.