Saving Black America: A Plan for Economic Civil Rights (Cloth)

Despite a decade of national prosperity, African Americans continue to lag behind economically. This book examines the root causes of black economic oppression and proposes challenging steps to overcome this issue. It discourages a victim mentality and instead focuses on why African Americans, despite earning over $530 billion, spend less than 3 percent with black-owned businesses. The book also critiques black churches and organizations for their failure to emerge as economic leaders in their communities.

By John Yancy Odom P. Ph. D.


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