Ethel Cain Russell (MS)
National Director

Black Wall Street USA
Economic Development Council
bwsusaedc@blackwallstreet.org
662.336.6302

Mfalme Neter Djeli (AL)
Vice National Director

Samuel Anderson (TX)
Frank Brown (LA)
Dr. Kelvin Brown (MS)
Shari Elcock (NJ)
Marina Golden (NC)
Carolyn Jones (MS)
Stefan Lambert (CA)
Etherine Stan Mitchell (MS)
William Mosley (FL)
Ken Peterson (TX)
Mia Robinson (MD)
Dr. Stanley Scott (FL)
Reginald Shviss (MN)
Bobby Smith (TX)
Cinco Smith (AR)
Rosalyn Toliver (TN)
Velma Watson (TX)
Angela G. Williams (IL)
Ora Dean Young (MS)
()= State Representative

BWSUSAEDC Spiritual Requirement:

This is a spiritual movement, therefore the tasks and duties of our family are spiritually based. Any attempt to do this work in our carnal nature will not work. What are those Spiritual markers: Spirit of God; Spirit of Wisdom; Spirit of Understanding; Spirit of Counsel; Spirit of Might; Spirit of Knowledge; Spirit of Fear & Reverence to God

Submit information to:
bwsusaedc@blackwallstreet.org

2017 Meeting Schedule
4th Day of each month - 6:00 pm CST

NEXT MEETING:
Tuesday, July 4, 2017
Friday, August 4, 2017
Monday, September 4, 2017
Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Saturday, November 4, 2017
Monday, December 4, 2017
Thursday, January 4, 2018
Sunday, February 4, 2018

2017 Open Forum with Economic Development Council Director:
Thursday, July 13th

(Active Members Only)

2017 Economic Development Council Initiatives:

The Promised Land National Initiative
This will be the home of the first community that Promised Land Ranch will build in partnership with Black Wall Street USA, the people and supporters. We are building on a 136 acre plot of land in the South, allocating 50 acres to home construction, businesses, business centers, grocery stores, Holocaust Museum, a state of the art learning facility for kids and young adults. The vision of this is dancing before us day and night.

P.O.P. Movement National Initiative
Has developed a Network Business Alliance Umbrella that seeks to help all families. Its network of business partners have developed a new eco-system that provide a pathway out of poverty for millions. This support alliance umbrella serves to increase the total strength of our collective strength to: Create jobs, improve education, create more businesses opportunities, rebuild and restore impoverished communities, Maximize the ability to grow wealth, develop programs that enhance health and develop programs that enhance health protection for millions of Americans lacking skills. This national initiative covers broad education for the segment with disabilities or criminal backgrounds, including felonies. The ultimate goal is to create a minimum of 1 million jobs within the next 2 years.

Global Greenology National Initiative
A global manufacturing and design company specializing in environmentally friendly building solutions. If you can design it, you can build it with Global Greenology products. The initiative is to prevent pollution, market the best preferred Green Products and to Recycle. The effort utilizes 100% of recyclables processes to bring to the market the best preferred green products. This national initiative will educate state, city and local government, commercial and residential customers on finish Green products and the importance of recycling so that the home of tomorrow can be built to be energy efficient and sustainable.

W.A.W.G. National Initiative
Achieve the goal of $100,000,000 in buying power to build black owned businesses in multiple cities and states. Now searching for small business owners, designers, retail stores, restaurant owners, etc. who would like to have their business located in the Black Owned shopping centers that we are building across the USA.

BWS Investment Clubs of America National Initiative
The core mission is to bring about a rebirth, a new approach to black business and reconnecting us with our historic stability to communicate our future. The fundamental essence of this approach has been to focus on the core elements of our social consciousness and awareness, being entertainment, culture, community and economics. People of color represent an estimated 75% of the world population, of which the majority is Black and Latino, yet the disparity of the economic indicators is alarming. Black economic development will require immediate and long term community action, leadership and outside-the-box solutions.

Black Economic System National Initiative
A simple group business based on web-sites and group economic sharing system. Sometimes referred to as the Black Lotto, or Money Gifting and even Group funded stimulus. With this site based business each member is a client and each client is a member operator. The clients will enter into a agreement with one another to profit together and build our economic power.

BWSUSAEDC Programs and services
BWSUSAEDC provides professional development services, offering courses each year in Black Wall Street district's in 30 states, educating its network of 1,200 Certified Economic Developers (CEcDs) and other practitioners, and certifying Economic Development Organizations (EDOs). BWSUSAEDC serves as a voice for the profession on issues such as:

- Workforce development

- Infrastructure and business finance

- Business marketing, attraction, expansion & retention

- Community development

- Industrial rehabilitation and location

- International trade

- Tourism development

- Professional training

BWSUSAEDC training courses include:

- Business Retention & Expansion

- Economic Development Credit Analysis

- Economic Development Finance Programs

- Economic Development Marketing & Attraction

- Economic Development Strategic Planning

- Entrepreneurial Development Strategies

- Introduction to Economic Development

- Managing Economic Development Organizations

- Neighborhood Development Strategies

- Real Estate Development & Reuse

- Small Business Development Strategies

- Technology-Led Economic Development

- Workforce Development

 

 

 

Our History   Our Movement   Our Leaders   Our Districts   Our Events   Join   Renew

Global   Midwest   Northeast   Northwest   South   Southeast   Southwest   Africa   Europe

Black Wall Street USA - BlackWallStreet.org