#BlackWealthMatters: Black Land Ownership – March 2017

The Center for Law and Social Justice is excited to continue our financial empowerment series focused on building personal & collective financial legacies in the Black community.

Why? Well, an average Black family needs 228 YEARS to build the wealth of a White family today. These disparities between the two groups persist REGARDLESS of the level of education attained.

When Black employees go to work, they are typically employed by non-Black owned entities. When Black employees spend their money, it is typically spent with businesses owned by non-Black people. This matters more than we know.

This series will explore the state of personal finances; entrepreneurship and business development; collective wealth generation; and land ownership in the Black community. Each month, hear from experts who will help us understand how we arrived to our current financial position AND learn how we can improve our finances on an individual and collective level. See the flyer and details below for additional information.

March: Black Land Ownership

The History and Current Reality of Black Land/Home Ownership

Key Challenges Facing Black Land and Home Owners Today

Resources for Land/Home Shoppers Seeking Opportunities

How Land Cooperatives Can Increase Black Land/Home Ownership

Next month, our final program will focus on Cooperative Economics (Apr. 21, 2017). Check here frequently for updates!


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