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PowerNomics : The National Plan to Empower Black America Hardcover – February 1, 2001
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Dr. Claud Anderson is a noted black author who has successfully implemented social and economic change throughout his career. His unique background of experience is reflected in PowerNomics: The National Plan. To implement the strategy of industrializing Black communities, he has established a vertically integrated seafood industry that is currently operating and will expand into urban areas across the nation. His company is one of the few black-owned companies to make stock available to the general public through an initial public offering. In addition to his most recent seafood project, he owns a vertically integrated publishing company and was one of the first blacks to own a radio station in Florida.
Dr. Anderson headed two economic development corporations in Florida and was appointed by President Jimmy Carter as Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce and the head of the Coastal Plains Regional Commission. In that position he worked with governors in the southeast states to develop and fund economic development projects, including seafood. He was Coordinator of Education for the State of Florida under Governor Reubin Askew during integration and has held a number of high-level positions in national and state politics. He is also President of The Harvest Institute, a black research, education and advocacy organization. He is imminently qualified to offer a plan to empower Black America.
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We don't own or control nothing! And more other groups of people have bought this book than Black folks. Be aware anyone can claim to be an African-American if they have connections to Africa. It has happened already. People have won lawsuits for claiming to be African-American and true Black folks are being handed the short end of the stick because we don't control Public Policy. We don't own land which means we get stuck in "URBAN" but don't own anything Urban. We have been duped to believe we can only live in a city instead of abroad, in the country, suburbs. We don't even believe we can own URBAN, SUBURBS,etc.
YOU GOT TO GET THIS BOOK. WHAT HAS BEEN SAID IN THIS BOOK FAR AS STATISTICS IS CONCERNED HAS COME TO PAST. THIS BOOK ALOUD MANY BLACKS TO GO OVERSEAS TO EUROPE TO CLAIM REPARATIONS A COUPLE OF DECADES AGO. READ THE BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!