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ISBN 13: 9780913543252
This book asks the questions how can we keep more of out billion dollars in the Black community and why do African Americans prefer to maintaining a "good job" over operating their own businesses? He lives in Chicago. Many members of the black community will be familiar with Kunjufu because of his tireless efforts in promoting his nine previous books, such as the three-volume Countering the Conspiracy to Destroy Black Boys African American Images, , , , and his ideas. Kunjufu has degrees in economics and business, his company the book's publisher employs people, and he tours the country giving lectures and interviews. Well researched and containing minimal business jargon, his book makes business concepts easily understandable without condescension to the lay reader. It then gives a clear call to action for blacks to join together to improve the lot of the average African American.
Black Economics : Solutions for Economic and Community Empowerment
Black Economics: Solutions for Economic and Community Empowerment