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Gerry McCants Proposes Economic Equity Agenda for The NC NAACP
 

“New strategies and new planning are needed to properly, and effectively build the strong economic infrastructure the African-American community needs if it intends to build wealth and opportunities for the next generation…”

 

Jerry McCants, president and owner of McCants Communications Group. Inc., told the Executive committee of the NC NAACP, and several local branches in attendance, during the recent state conference’s winter meeting.

 

“Everybody seems to be ready to talk about the disparity as it relates to minority companies across the country,” McCants told Greater Diversity News recently. “Particularly African-American companies.”


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Dear NC NAACP Members, Partners, and Friends: Thank you for your commitment to come long distances into the dreary morning rain. I want to express my personal gratitude to each of you. Read More


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