PowerNomics: The National Plan to Empower Black America
PowerNomics analyzes the complex web of racial monopolies and Black America's inappropriate behavior patterns that are driving it into a permanent underclass status. Dr. Anderson proposes new concepts that teach Blacks new ways to see, think, and behave in race matters. His new education, political and economic action steps are designed to make Black America self-sufficient and competitive by the year 2005.
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It is unfortunate that we as educators, especially the black Educators that either we are neglecting our black students by teaching a status quo from our educational system of unawareness, but not alicating back into the public school those major tools and foundations for our younger generation to move forward so that they will not continue to becoming unaware and blinded as a race. And knowing who Willy Lynch, Nat Turner, and John Horse and who Wild Cat was with the indians and the Seminole Indians with Andrew Jackson and his relationship with run away Slavery. We can always point fingers at the different cultures, Culture De-versilism Act of 1705 pasted in Maryland and the controlling of Slavery and division purposes, Jim Crow Act, etc. Only to say again that its' not what we learn in the classroom, but what we learn in life, the true classroom. Teaching our students rightside up in a crooket world. Only to find out black laws and legislation that were pass years ago still has affects on people today. And the brain washing of our democracy that was never clear in any classroom. And bring stops to reverse discrimination meant for immigrants, and whites to benefit.
Dr. Claude Anderson makes it very clear of inappropriate behavior in Black America that was never fixed since slavery. How can a culture who lost so much rebuild among old imigration laws, and how can we educate a people who have no reason, or to live. These are the issues for our educators to see as inappropriate behavior, not with the students, but by the educators.
This my personal analogy.
John E. Rapier jr
I've read and can say that this book is something that I have practiced. I do not support any business of a minority who speaks another language. They want to earn money on our backs and move to distinguished neighborhoods and chase successful black people out when we move there.
I am not afraid to tell them exactly how I feel either. Let's face it, many brown ethnic minorities want to buy their Whiteness, like the Chinese. Okay, I just do not buy from their shops.
I know that many black businesses are not supported by other miniorities and whites. I support as much as I can. Many black people support them but cannot find a summer job with the same ethnic shops.
I will sell my goods to all but support my own black businesses. So far,it is workimg. When you HIT ETHNICS IN THE POCKETBOOK, then they listen. They know me although I do not support their shops.