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EXCUSES ASIDE (Paperback)
 
Author: ELIE PARKER
ISBN: 1-59232-085-6
Publisher: Seaburn
Cost: $14.95
Pages: 144
Year: 2007
 
Sale: $12.95
 
 
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Description:
For over a century, no government program or charitable contribution has been able to end poverty in the Black community. Even with all of the millions spent over the years, we still find today that over 23 percent of the Black race lives in poverty. Also many of those who are working are doing jobs far below their ability.
For most of our history, we have depended on the good will of others to sustain us. Our jobs, our education and our housing are for the most part, created, taught, built and controlled by groups other than us.
Blacks own no fortune 500 companies, no large national banks and almost no companies with a workforce greater than 100 employees. As a result, we employ few Blacks in the community, build few homes, and control few of the financial decisions that affect our lives. We are at the mercy of others and our poor financial status reflects that.
 
I have written a book “Excuses Aside” - a Guide to African American Empowerment to show how Black people can escape poverty and achieve prosperity by building businesses, improving education, eating healthy, planning families, looking and acting professional, voting and avoiding vices such as, alcohol, drugs and tobacco products. The book is based on the conviction that Blacks should not expect White people or the government to provide for them. The book emphasizes the need for Blacks to embrace the concept of self-determination and by pooling resources, build their way out of poverty.
 
I hope that you will purchase this book and join with me to end poverty.
 
 

 
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