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Wake Up and Smell the Dollars!: Whose Inner City Is This Anyway! One Woman's Struggle Against Sexism, Classism, Racism, Gentrification and the Empowerment Zone
You will find information to help you take your small business public. You will find examples of business plans and proposals that will help you in your endeavor to economically empower yourselves and your communities. You will gain economic empowerment.
Paperback, 214 pages
Published April 1st 2000 by Amber Books (AZ)
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Very informative and resourceful book for African American women and men seeking small business knowledge. I really liked the fact that Ms. Hughes has the ability to convey her message in a very simple yet sharp way. I appreciated the knowledge and would love to reread this book when I start my business/nonprofit. I am a young woman that is pursuing my Master's in Urban Affairs and currently working for an agency that does a lot for inner city communities. Very important book for those of you wh ...more