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Malcolm X speaks about Black Economics

Malcolm X Speaks on the importance of keeping the black dollar within the black neighborhood and building businesses that we can support within our own neighborhoods.

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Kashani Aytch December 27, 2015 at 5:51 am

This is why I’m focus on this Social media, BlackMainStreet, let’s grow this site as they support us as well. If we do so, we ALL WIN. My objective is to invent with Cousins, Limbo, Hovering, Solar Panel, Hologram, I have idea how we will shop at malls, I co written a script called “SUSTENANCE”, and so much more. To win you need systems. I pray I connect with some great people on here. Great (system) is always what holds us back. You could have money but if you don’t have systems you will fail in business. I want to know software engineers, Lawyers, Accountants, Manufactures, Distributors, Animators, Marketers. This is the place, BMS where I will meet great people with these skill sets.

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Black Lives Matter launches site to support black businesses across the country | Alt Left Press December 20, 2016 at 1:02 pm

[…] should own, operate, and control the economy of our community,” he famously said. He also criticized African Americans for failing to invest in their own neighborhoods. “When […]

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Black Lives Matter launches site to support black businesses across the country | The DICKtator™ December 20, 2016 at 1:15 pm

[…] should own, operate, and control the economy of our community,” he famously said. He also criticized African Americans for failing to invest in their own neighborhoods. “When you […]

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