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GDN's New ECONOMIC EQUITY Section: Solving the Economic Challenges
Faced by Black People Today
 
 

During the last, nearly 60 years of the Civil Rights Movement, Black voters have empowered many political leaders by electing them to office, but what wasn’t done was to establish an accountability mechanism to ensure that Black voters were rewarded with opportunities for individual and community wealth creation.


Today, GDN’s Economic Equity, is covering historical thought and contemporary efforts to solve the age-old riddle of economic inequality in Black communities. GDN’s has several dedicated eNews products, “Headline News eNews,” “Voter Engagement Project eNews,” “Books/Videos of Knowledge eNews,” and “Economic Equity eNews.” All of the dedicated eNews emails should be consumed together to better understand the various challenges that Black communities face.

 
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Atlanta-Based Community Activist to Host End of the Year Event to Empower Black Youth
 
By learning to outthink the competition, Hudson says these young people will learn to respect others, think before they make dangerous moves, and give more than they take.
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Fayetteville State University Valuable Economic Engine for Community and Region
 
A study has found that Fayetteville State University (FSU) is a valuable economic engine in the Fayetteville community, generating substantial economic returns annually.
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NAACP Strongly Opposes Unfair Trillion Dollar Tax Giveaway to the Wealthy
 
The NAACP unequivocally stands in opposition to the recent Senate Tax Plan that passed in the early hours of Saturday, which recklessly reclassifies our tax system to the benefit of the nation’s wealthiest …
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Black Business Social Media Website Poised to Disrupt a $3 Billion Dollar Industry
 
The O.P.O.T.X (The One Point Trillion Exchange) is taking the “Buy Black” movement by storm. OPOTX.com is the only website/directory that literally rewards its participants…
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How to Put Data to Work in Your Neighborhood
 
These data have huge potential to enhance residents’ quality of life and stimulate economic growth. Many local governments have jumped to create so-called “smart cities” that harness these data to enhance livability, workability and sustainability.
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Reversing Poverty One Job at a Time, This Guide Is a Helpful Start
 
Despite trillions of dollars in Western aid, 2.8 billion people worldwide still struggle in abject poverty. Yet the world’s richest countries continue to send money—mostly to governments—targeting the symptoms, rather than the root causes of poverty.
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