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Black Economics: Solutions for Economic and Community Empowerment Paperback – September 1, 2002
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- Anita L. Cole, Miami-Dade P.L. System, Fla.
Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Independent economic development is the key to community revitalization and political success in a capitalist society. Those with the most money are the same ones who can decide and then access the elected officials in their community. And a community with ample economic opportunity for people is not going to have drug use and other forms of crime polluting the area, people are going to have stuff to do with their time and the means to support themselves/families.
But that development can never happen when we behave disrespectfully towards the customer who has entered our store. Anybody running a business must act like they genuinely want to make a profit off of it--in order to get their wish of a sale. Nobody is going to come in and realistically hand us lots of money simply because we are one of them.
The book is intended to be used by people who are already out working in the 'real world'. But it would also work as a text in economics classes. Come to think of it, it could even be used in social science and/or public policy courses, particularly those dealing with community redevelopment and urban groups.
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This was a great read for me. Found out a few things I didn't know about our economic power.Published 10 months ago by Will W
Seldom does a book possess so many strikingly poignant passages as does "Black Economics" by Jawanza Kunjufu. I highly recommend it.Published 17 months ago by Critical Reviewer