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Black Friday: What Legacy Will You Leave? With Executive Producer Ric Mathis

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On this broadcast we will be having an interview with Executive Producer Ric Mathis about his  up coming film "Black Friday: What Legacy Will You Leave"? The film and documentary will be premiering November 13, 2015 at Impact Church (2323 Sylvan Rd. East Point, GA 30344). The  documentary explores why African Americans have consistently remained in the lowest percentile of America’s wealth gap, while also presenting insight on how to restore the circulation of wealth in Black communities. Topics of discussion include negative spending habits, introduction of financial literacy during early stages of development, and the absence of support for African-American owned businesses by Black consumers. Mathis says, “Black Friday is the Noah's Ark of Economics, if you are not up on this you risk drowning in a sea of debt.” After discovering the alarming imbalance of Black spending compared to economic growth among the Black community, Mathis used his expertise to educate and provoke change with the film Black Friday. The film not only targets these issues but more importantly provides solutions that can be applied for the betterment of the community. Among other prominent figures, Actor & Author Hill Harper, TV Personality Cynthia Bailey, and Grammy Award-Winning Artist & Activist David Banner will provide their insight on money management skills and maintaining economic stability. The ultimate goal of Black Friday: What Legacy Will You Leave is to inform and incite change in urban communities nationwide, hopefully helping Black families leave legacies for generations to come. Believe me this is a broadcast that you don't want to miss. 347-850-8030  is the call in number http://thefilmblackfriday.com/ 

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