We believe communities are ecosystems compromised of many interconnected parts supporting both the neighbor and the neighborhood.
Accordingly, it is our philosophy, small business development and investment focused in a specific community creates a circular flow of currency, localizes jobs, encourages homeownership, and supports public schools.
We believe the overall economic health of the low-income community is synchronized with the quality of education and livelihood its residents possess. The economic infrastructure of the community has a direct impact upon a public school’s ability to provide the quality education students deserve.
We invite your consideration of our perspectives regarding how economic impact in Historical Black College and University (HBCU) Town and Gown communities might be approached.
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