Time for Less Talk, More Action in Black America

Ryan Mack, Dr. Boyce Watkins, Manyell Akinfe, Dr. Christopher Edmin and Andrew Morrison are Ambassadors of Action for the “Less Talk, More Action” Empowerment Tour.  This short video says it all.

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  29. Yes I attended the “Less Talk, More Action Economic Empowerment Tour” at Medgar Evers College in New York. The people on panel of Ambassadors of Action was superb, the information was right on point and much needed. However, at the end of the meeting I was disappointed.
    Disappointed because it was still all talk! The messages from the panel were on topics that all African Americans need to be concerned with because it affects our daily lives. However, it was information overload Economic Empowerment was suppose to be the theme and we did discuss it briefly but this was economics 101. Yes we need to know about money, how to save, how to invest and how to budget etc.
    Where was the information to restructure the African American economy? How will the African American community increase our access to capital, reduce unemployment and produce more wealth for ourselves in our communities across America. This is where the Tour failed!
    The organization needs to be more focused they need to take Marcus Garvey’s Theme “One God, One Aim, One Destiny” – ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS!
    African Americas need to think along the lines of what is happening with Bank Of America It was reported that there was a petition signed by 300,000 customers across the US threatening to leave the bank if the proposed fee had been imposed to use bank debit cards. This is what makes changes when you have thousands of people ready to spend their money somewhere else the people that are going to loose that money finally wakes up!

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