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A New Nielsen Report Puts Black Buying Power at $1.2 Trillion

Black Buying Power at $1.2 Trillion

Race-Ahead: A New Nielsen Report Puts Black Buying Power at $1.2 Trillion lisegagne—Getty Images/iStockphoto By ELLEN MCGIRT | Courtesy of Fortune Updated: June 18, 2018 5:40 PM ET A new report from Nielsen on the current buying power of consumers of color offers a fascinating look at how we’re spending our money.…

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Wealth gap widens as ‘world’s richest 1% get 82% of the wealth,’ Oxfam says

Inequality gap widens as ‘world’s richest 1% get 82% of the wealth,’ Oxfam says

Wealth gap widens as ‘world’s richest 1% get 82% of the wealth,’ Oxfam says Wealth Gap Widens -Approximately 82 percent of the money generated last year went to the richest 1 percent of the global population, the report said, while the poorest half saw no increase at all Last year,…

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NFL Pro-Bowler, Michael Bennett, Brutalized and Threatened by Las Vegas Police

NFL Pro-Bowler, Michael Bennett, Brutalized and Threatened by Las Vegas Police   NFL Pro-Bowler, Michael Bennett, Brutalized and Threatened by Las Vegas Police NFL Pro-Bowler, Michael Bennett, Brutalized and Threatened by Las Vegas Police for no justifiable reason. For those who question the reasoning and rationale of Colin Kaepernick for…

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Black Group Economics vs White Liberalism as Means of Black Empowerment

Black Group Economics vs White Liberalism as Means of Black Empowerment

Black Group Economics vs White Liberalism as Means of Black Empowerment There is constant talk about what is needed in the Black community to facilitate Black empowerment. Many, including myself, have gone to great lengths to not only identify the ills of the Black collective but to create solutions that…

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Why Yvette Carnell is Wrong About Being Locked Out of the Economy

Why Yvette Carnell is Wrong About Being Locked Out of the Economy Well, I guess you are reading this article to discover why Yvette Carnell is wrong, at least from my perspective, about being locked out of the economy. Several people have come to me and asked that I watch Yvette…

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One Black Imperative ~ African American Progression

One Black Imperative ~ African American Progression Let’s be clear about something. We are in the midst of a race war. This war has always existed during the history of this country. While race almost always moves along ethnic lines, it is actually not about color. The concept of race…

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Group Economics Is the Key to the Destiny of Black People

Group Economics Is the Key to the Destiny of Black People In light of the myriad problems facing the Black community, both here in America and throughout the African diaspora, it is time for Black people to think in terms of economic development and self-determination. A form of predatory economics…

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Shooting of Tamir Rice Ruled Reasonable in Independent Investigation

The last thing the shooting of Tamir Rice could be considered is reasonable. Very rarely am I at a loss for words, but it took me approximately 24 hours to gather my thoughts in order to respond to this madness, which I will be doing over the next several days.…

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5 Black-Owned California Wineries to Visit Instead of the Wine Train

NEWS 5 Black-Owned California Wineries to Visit Instead of the Wine Train by Clutch | Courtesy of Clutch Magazine Online 5 Black-Owned California Wineries to Visit Instead of the Wine Train Over the weekend, 11 women—10 Black, one white—were kicked off the Napa Valley Wine Train after a customer complained the…

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Father Allegedly Robs Bank to Pay for Daughter’s Chemo Treatments

Father Allegedly Robs Bank to Pay for Daughter’s Chemo Treatments   When I first heard the story about Brian Randolph, a young 23-year-old black man who allegedly robbed a bank for the purpose of paying for his young daughter’s chemotherapy treatments, I decided to withhold my opinion on the matter,…

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