Dr. Davis; Empowerment Guest

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“He is the foremost scholar in this area as this is the only authentic work that has ever been done on Black fundraising. It later became a book, Fund Raising In The Black Community,� notes Eady.

Black Empowerment

 
This Saturday August 25th, 6PM EST/5PM CST on “The Empowerment Hour,” radio program, Kermit Eady and Jason Byrd will be joined by Dr. King E. Davis.

“Many of you have heard me speak about this great African American,” Eady says. “We met at Norfolk State University in 1977 when I joined the faculty as the Director of Admissions and Recruitment in the Graduate School of Social Work. Here Dr. Davis introduced me to the Black United Fund concept. In addition to being faculty, at that time, he was a guest editor in an edition of one of our great Black publications, The Black Scholar Magazine.”

Eady, President of Eady Associates, notes that the particular edition focused on The Black United movement, founded by the late Walter Bremond. Dr. Davis did his doctoral dissertation at Brandeis University on the history of Black Fundraising in America.

“He is the foremost scholar in this area as this is the only authentic work that has ever been done on Black fundraising. It later became a book, Fund Raising In The Black Community,” notes Eady. Later, the Black United Fund of New York named a 41 unit housing development after Dr. Davis.

The Empowerment Hour has a powerful lineup of guests in coming weeks.

Saturday September 8th the world famous Boxing promoter Dr. Butch Lewis will share his journey from the projects in Delaware to the top of his profession as a boxing promoter.

He is now involved in other areas of the entertainment industry where he is also successful, and recently was awarded a Doctorate of Human Letters from Morehouse University in Atlanta Georgia. Lewis attained success in sports and entertainment not as an athlete, but as a businessman.

Lewis will share with the audience some principles that he lived by as he worked hard in the pursuit of his career. The audience will learn a lot about Universal laws and principles from this discussion—a must in the learning curve.

Also coming Soon, Dr. Claude Anderson author of PowerNomics: The National Plan to Empower Black America, Black Labor, White Wealth and Dirty Little Secrets about Black History; Dr. Anderson will discuss his views, ideas and concepts of Black Empowerment. Dr. Anderson is a scholar and an entrepreneur with workable insights.

“We are pleased and humbled that God has given us another assignment and a means to teach our people how to develop a business, even when we do not have lots of money,” notes Eady. “It is first about one’s attitude. Let us get our thinking straight then the rest will fall in place.” 
 

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