Black Economic Development

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Image result for the next system projectNext System Project

Nishani Frazier joins Next System Project to craft a policy paper which updates the 1968 Community Self Determination for use by economic development advocates. The paper examines cooperative economics and the challenges that gentrification and opportunity zones bring to renewed calls for equitable capitalism.

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Black Power Vs. Black Capitalism Podcast

Nishani Frazier sits down to discuss her book Harambee City: The Congress of Racial Equality and the Rise of Black Power Populism.

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The Gentrification Project

The Gentrification Project seeks to revitalize a national anti-gentrification movement that is continuous, consistent, and coalition inspired.

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On Saturday, January 14, 2017, in Washington, DC, Ras J. Baraka, Mayor of Newark, New Jersey, addresses the crowd at the We Shall Not Be Moved march, organized by Rev. Al Sharptons organization, National Action Network (NAN). (Photo: Cheriss May / NurPhoto via Getty Images)The Return of Black Political Power

These new Black mayors are a resurgence of the old mixed with the sophisticated new. They are Black Political Power, 2.0.

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