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William Reed



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BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Send a Message to Congress

For Black descendants of slaves to get their just due in America, it would require an act of Congress.

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BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Bet on Ben Carson to Defeat Hillary Clinton

As the 2016 presidential election approaches media speculation, propaganda, and misinformation spikes.

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BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Looting in Lieu of Reparations

Instead of calling for additional Black voter registration efforts and "social change," Black voters should consider that we have the clout to hasten our own changes through reparations we gained for slavery — compensatory payments for the descendants of those who found themselves enslaved by the Atlantic Slave Trade.

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BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Dare to Dream

Would you ever allow Charles Koch to mentor your children?

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BUSINESS EXCHANGE: The State of Black America

The state of Black America only goes as far as the state of Blacks' politics. Blacks' status and politics have remained static for 40 years.

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BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Judea for Jews?

Despite America's so-called, "even-handedness in the Middle East," some Blacks are beginning to see events unfold through the eyes of the poor Palestinians and are appalled.

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BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Africans Come to America

As he winds through his second term with high "disapproval" numbers, Blacks are the only people President Barack Obama can turn to.

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BUSINESS EXCHANGE: A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats

A version of the iconic slogan "A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste" is playing out in the court of public opinion and it's a huge debacle.

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BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Blacks and Hospitality

One of the major obstacles to Black economic development is a skewed mentality when it comes to starting businesses.

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BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Did Mississippi's Blacks Get Paid?

Are you one of those political yahoos claiming victory for your cause after Mississippi black voters helped Sen. Thad Cochran survive an intense Republican primary runoff against insurgent conservative challenger Chris McDaniel?



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