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The RACE Man – "If loving Black folks is wrong, I don't even wanna be right!"

Amefika “Baba” Geuka most recently gained acclaim in 2009 when he completed a 1,069-mile walkathon from the site of the charter school he founded, Joseph Littles-NGUZO SABA Charter School (JL-NSCS) in West Palm Beach, to Washington, DC. The purpose of his historic walk was to dramatize the urgent need for African-Centered Education for children of African descent. Additionally, the trek was intended to raise much-needed money to close a persistent funding gap at JL-NSCS. He departed West Palm Beach on Wednesday, July 15th at 9:00 AM, and arrived in DC on Wednesday, August 12, 2009 at 11:30 AM. (CLICK Here To READ MORE)

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James E. Clingman is the nation’s most prolific writer on economic empowerment for Black people. His weekly syndicated newspaper column, Blackonomics, is featured in hundreds of newspapers, magazines, and newsletters. He has written seven books, five of which on Economic Empowerment, and has been the featured speaker for numerous organizations, schools, churches, and events across the United States.Former Editor of the Cincinnati Herald Newspaper, Clingman is the founder of the Greater Cincinnati African American Chamber of Commerce, and has been instrumental in establishing several other Chambers of Commerce around the country, as he continues to promote economic freedom for African Americans. (CLICK Here TO READ MORE)

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