If the economic erosion of our rural and inner city urban communities continues unchecked, then increased crime, drug use, teenage pregnancy, substance abuse, unemployment and welfare dependency will heighten. We must build businesses to create and retain jobs, and increase net worth in order to stop this erosion and create an environment of self-determination and independence.
We must, at the very beginning of this process, develop an economic plan that establishes the primary focus groups with the goal of building assets and wealth for the poor ... for those of low-wealth or no-wealth ... for men, women and children of scars ... because of poverty, drugs, crime and violence, for inner city urban communities, for minorities in low-resource groups. We must have a clear understanding about who we are and what our mission is, and is to be.
There are meetings scheduled for every Tuesday thru Thursday. Call for time Schedule. These meetings are to provide a more comprehensive view of the Blakeonomics economic plan and have all interested participants complete an application for an initial 5 gift shares of Blakeonomics IEEC Stock.
Blakeonomics is designed to create a common unity community (common ownership) economic system within the AA community. The Blakeonomics definition of common unity community is a community of 400 or more individuals or families who have decided to have a common economic ownership to create community wealth for its individuals and families. Economic wealth creation will be accomplished through common ownership (initial gift shares of stock) of community businesses and other community resources.
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CUC Business Development Center
809 Lincoln Way West
South Bend, IN 46616
Project Impact Offices
55501 Moss Rd
South Bend, IN 46628
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