Generation One: The Search for Black Wealth

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Generation One: The Search for Black Wealth (2015) brings together top financial minds in the African American community to map out a blueprint for wealth creation among Black people.
With the 2007 recession, the housing crisis and soaring unemployment rates leaving Black America’s wallet trapped in the crosshairs of the United States’ financial crisis, the lack of generational wealth in the African American community has never been in sharper focus.
Generation One takes a hard look at the numbers, giving historical context to early wealth creation in the Black community and tapping the expertise of the nation’s top financial experts to weigh in not only on how Blacks fell behind, but surefire strategies families can implement to begin building a strong financial legacy for generations to come.

A discussion will follow the screening.

THIS SCREENING IS NOT TO BE MISSED!!
This event will take place on THURSDAY 18TH AUGUST 2016.
This event will be held at the St Ann’s Library, Cissbury Road, Tottenham, London, N15 5PU.
Approx 10 mins walk from Seven Sisters Station. On street parking. Buses 67, 259, 279 stop nearby.
Doors open at 6.30pm. The event will start 7pm. Hot food and refreshments will be on sale on the night.
Admission will be FREE. Donations would be appreciated.
SEATING IS UNRESERVED AVAILABLE ON A FIRST COME FIRS SERVED BASIS. THOSE WHO BOOK THEIR TICKETS GET PRIORITY ENTRANCE.
Secure your free ticket here https://generationonenorth.eventbrite.co.uk
This screening is supported by the BFI Neighbourhood Cinema Touring Fund and The New Black Film Collective.
Please note that this event will be filmed and photographed for historical record and uploaded to the World Wide Web. By attending and participating in this event, you are giving your consent to be filmed and waiving any and all claims regarding the use of your image.

 

Regards,
Mark & Charmaine Simpson

Black History Studies

Educating the community to educate themselves

http://www.blackhistorystudies.com

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