Billionaire Byron Allen Talks Cable Discrimination Lawsuits & Lack of Black Wealth with Antonio Moore

0

Byron Allen media mogul owner of Entertainment Studios now worth over a billion dollars, discusses the state of black wealth in the U.S., and his lawsuit against Charter Communications with Antonio Moore.

Topics covered include his lawsuit against Charter, President Obama’s actions, black celebrities going bankrupt and the state of black family wealth. Allen recently bid 20 million dollars at the Sundance film festival in a historic offer for the Nat Turner film that is lead by Nate Parker.

Antonio Moore is an attorney based in Los Angeles, is one of the producers of the documentary Freeway: Crack in the System. He has contributed pieces to the Grio, Huffington Post, and Inequality.org on the topics of race, mass incarceration, and economics. Follow on Twitter @Tonetalks

Also Check Out...

Black businesses represent 10% of all business enterprises in the United States,
National Black Business Month:
Colin Kaepernick Mentioned For Cleveland Browns Amid Watson Suspension
Kaepernick Mentioned For Cleveland
Lisa Grant, once a victim of abduction, is now the CEO of See Wee Homes.
CEO of Thriving Real Estate Firm
Rocha thinks abortion rights will end up playing a larger role in the November elections.
How 2022 Midterms Could Change
In the next several years, a new African-American English Dictionary will make its way to the press.
Henry Louis Gates Jr. Leads
Brittney Griner has been sentenced to 9 years in a Russian prison
Brittney Griner Sentenced To 9