1) UTOPIA [1)Food 2)Water 3)Shelter 4)Love]: Food Service Workers, Clergy and Contractors associated with Construction such as the United Steel Workers should host quarterly meetings to make sure the youth and families in their communities have access to food, housing and employment opportunities. Also, where we find people with no families we can form villages within communities to serve as such families.
2) ORGANIZING BUYING POWER: Continuing from my State of the Utopia address when I announced that I became a contracting Chief Executive Officer in March 24th, 2015, I would like to address the buying power of the Black community. In a small group at the AFL-CIO Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Civil and Human Rights Conference, I presented the idea of voting for issues of policy instead of just selected candidates. I proposed that we donate 5% of taxes that the government already takes out of workers' checks to an education initiative such as the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African-Americans. With this funding we could develop paid apprenticeship programs, especially for those returning home from The War on Drugs which has disproportionately affected Black people. I define Black as anyone who chooses to identify openly with the liberation of oppressed people since we all come from Pangaea. #BlackLivesMatter
In the African-American community alone we have over $1 Trillion in buying power. 5 percent of $1 Trillion is $50B (10 percent would be $100B, so half of that would be $50B). That means that Black people could create their own reparations if we voted to have a 5 percent tax taken from our checks for our own collective development. But the fact of the matter is money is just a medium of exchange, more of a language than anything.
((Black Enterprise): African-American’s Buying Power Projected to be $1.1 Trillion By 2015 Group is the second largest racial minority in the country
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