The 48 Laws of Black Empowerment

The 48 Laws of Black Empowerment by Dante Fortson 1728734312 9781728734316
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The 48 Laws of Power was written by Robert Greene and first published in 1998. It is often praised as one of the best books to read if you want to get ahead in life. This got me to thinking, "why isnt there anything like this for our community?"

We have a lot of people talking about what we need to do, what we should do, and what we could do as a community, but nothing con-crete that we could all sit down with, learn from, and relate to on an individual level. The 48 Laws of Black Empowerment was written to bridge the gap between individual action and a united black community. This book is broken down into six areas of importance to the black community.

1.Personal
2.Family
3.Finance
4.Community
5.Philanthropy
6.Activism

Working to individually improve ourselves in these areas will automati-cally result in a shift in black community consciousness. While The 48 Laws of Power is a great book, it just wasnt written with our community or needs in mind. The 48 Laws of Black Empowerment is about cultivating success in business and life, while also helping our friends, family and community succeed with us.

Author: Dante Fortson

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 70

Publisher: Independently published

Publication Date: 2018-11-12


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