Black Enterprise

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BLACK ENTERPRISE is the ultimate source for wealth creation for African American professionals, entrepreneurs and corporate executives. Every month, BLACK ENTERPRISE delivers timely, useful information on careers, small business and personal finance.
  

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Contents

A Blueprint for Financial Independence
9
Blacks (Economic conditions)
Fighting the Famine
17
Famines (Africa), Relief work (Africa)
U.S. Severs Unesco Ties
18
Unesco, United Nations (United States)
OAU Holds Summit
18
Organization of African Unity
Mandating African Policy
20
United States (Foreign relations, Africa), Africa (Foreign relations, United States)
On the Road to Fiscal Fitness: Three Families Learn how to Make Their Money Work for Them
40
Blacks (Economic conditions)
A Quest for Financial Freedom
42
Black women (Economic conditions)
Finding Fortune Through Real Estate
48
Real estate investment
. . and Justice for Whom?
52
United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Blacks (Civil rights)
Careers in the Fashion Industry
59
Blacks in the clothing industry

Gray Wins Budget Chair
20
William H. Gray (III.), United States Congress House Committee on the Budget
Black Talk Radio
22
Radio programs (Talk shows, Black programs)
In the Black
22
In the black (Television program) (Reviews)
Putting Your Savings to Work
27
Saving and savings
Making Taxes Less Taxing with Software
30
Tax return preparation (Software)
The Economic Realities of Tax Reform
35
Income tax
The Perfect Match
65
Executive search consultants
20th-century Furnishings
76
Household furnishings
American Regional Wines
78
Wine industry
Cartagena
80
Cartagena (Colombia) (Description and travel)
Dining at . . . The Ferrybank
82
Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) (Restaurants)
Getting Out the Kinks with Massage
84
Massage

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