ATTENTION RELIGIOUS, POLITICAL, BUSINESS, CIVIC LEADERS !!!!
Big Thanks to PNC Bank, COUNTRY FINANCIAL, Marquette Bank, Reggio's Pizza, Citibank (Citi), The Monroe Foundation, Save Our Community Coalition, Leak and Sons Funeral Home, Rayner & Sons Funeral Home, Western Avenue Nissan, Rainbow/PUSH Coalition, AGORA Housing Services, Equitable Investment Group, BRONZECOM for their recent donations to National Black Wall Street Chicago to sustain and grow our work under the banner of the Rev. Willie T. Barrow Consumer Education and Consumer Action Project to continue to teach our people how to use their trillion dollar consumer power in ways to keep our people and communities alive versus dying. Now how about some of my other friends? Lets stop the physical violence by eliminating the economic violence - so wont you too consider a general operations donation to the work of National Black Wall Street Chicago 4655 South King Drive, Suite 203 Chicago, Illinois 60653 773-268-6900 "Nobody will save us, for us, but us"
Please make a contribution today for the ongoing grassroots work of the National Black Wall Street Chicago movement in the name, spirit and legacy of this great women of history, Rev. Willie T. Barrow, who personally blessed and dedicated our offices!!
From: Mark S. Allen, Chairman, National Black Wall Street Chicago and founder of The Rev Willie T. Barrow Consumer Education and Consumer Action Project
"The Little Warrior"
Now The WORK and COMMITMENT begins....
The National Black Wall Street Chicago
Rev. Willie T. Barrow Consumer Education and Consumer Action Project
reviving the grassroots consumer clubs started by Operation Breadbasket and with the spirit and example of the original Black Wall Street of Tulsa as we teach the principles of how a community uses its own consumer spending power to keep more slices of its own bread (money) channeled to its own community financial institutions to sustain and increase community owned businesses, jobs, and institutions. And to conduct direct action on major corporations who violate the moral authority of a community by attempting to exist and do business in the community and make profits without engaging financial partnerships with the existing businesses and service providers of those communities.
93rd Year Commemoration of the 1921 year that an act of terror destroyed the 35-40 city blocks of the original Black Wall Street Of Tulsa that contained over 600 Black owned and operated business and todays commitment to continue the spirit and example of National Black Wall Street Chicago to stop the violence caused by the desperate economic conditions and rebuild the Black community by the way we are taught how to use our own community consumer spending power to sustain and increase community businesses, jobs, and institutions.