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Authentic Black leaders

Authentic Black leaders ...

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Political poverty pimps

[caption id="attachment_12487" align="alignleft" width="144"] James Clingman[/caption] Blackonomics Political poverty pimps By James Clingman NNPA Columnist      An article published on nky.com, titled, “Running for Senate not job for paupers, stated: “The average household in the United States has a net worth of $69,000, but the average wealth of a U.S. senator is about $12 million, according to statistics ...

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‘Prisonpreneur’: From cells to sales

‘Prisonpreneur’: From cells to sales ...

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A.G. Gaston: Find a need and fill it

Arthur George Gaston, offered these wise words of advice to prospective business owners: “Find a need and fill it. ...

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Exiting the train of consumption

“How you handle your money is a reflection of how you feel about yourself.” ...

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The Five M’s

NNPA would not be complete without an article about five persons whom I hold in high esteem, five persons from whom I have learned about sacrifice, commitment, dedication, honor, and character; and five persons who hold a special place in most if not all of our hearts and minds. They are Marcus, Medgar, Malcolm, Martin, and Maynard. No last names necessary, right? ...

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Knowing better, but not doing better

We have knowledge but fail to act appropriately with the knowledge we have and, therefore, end up paying dearly for not doing better even though we know better. ...

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Crimes against Black humanity

But, there is another take on crime that we often overlook or simply ignore; it’s the economic crimes we commit against ourselves. ...

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Including us in economic inclusion

Black folks would be well on our way to a higher level of economic self-sufficiency. ...

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Bus is it too late for Black people?

Black folks are mired in the worst conditions since we got our “civil rights.” ...

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