Economic Empowerment

12 May

Economic Empowerment

Understanding an economist;

Their job is to study the actions of individuals, but study them in relations to social rather than individual life; they don’t concern themselves with personal peculiarities of temper and character.

They watch carefully the conduct of a whole class of people, sometimes the whole of a nation, sometimes only those living in a certain district, more often those engaged in some particular trade at some time and place: and by the aid of statistics, or in other ways, they ascertain how much money on the average the members of the particular group spend, their job is to watch everything so to control the stock market.

Investing in our black communities sets a direct path towards the eradication of poverty, equality and inclusive economic growth.

Our solution is to promote community businesses as entrepreneurs or employees which will secure decent jobs, accumulate assets in the community and influence institutions and policies for determining growth and development.

We aim to create higher income jobs, better access to health resources, and protection for our women and children.

Psalm 82 1-6

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