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Dr. Dennis Kimbro on Secrets of Black Millionaires

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The latest studies reveal that in 2011, over 37 percent of African American children are considered poor. Over the years, the poverty rate of black Americans continued to go down, but still, it remained to be the highest compared to other races. While the overall poverty in the country was around 15 percent in 2011, that of the blacks was at 27.5 percent. The data may be considered harsh or even biased by others, but one thing remains sure: poverty among the black communities is real. The good thing is there is hope.
Meet Dr. Dennis Kimbro
Dr. Dennis Kimbro may be unlike other black males. He was able to go to college in the University of Oklahoma and earned his BA degree. He then proceeded to take his master’s and even doctorate degrees in Northwestern University.
However, he had never forgotten his roots or the fact that thousands of his brothers and sisters were struggling to put food in the table, more so send themselves regularly to school. On the other hand, he’s very much aware that there was a way to beat the system and later produce black millionaires.