Support For Rev. Willie T. Barrow Consumer Education and Consumer Action Project of Black Wall Street Chicago

ATTENTION RELIGIOUS, POLITICAL, BUSINESS LEADERS !!!!

THANK YOU to Rev. Roosevelt Watkins, Rev. Gregory Seal Livingston, Dorothy Brown Clerk of The Circuit Court, Glenn Harston, John Clark from Reggio's Pizza, Walter Brooks "The General" from Eat & Run and As Good As Mothers, The Jamaican Consulate of Chicago for your contributions in the name of Rev. Willie T. Barrow !

Will you make a contribution today in the name of Rev. Willie T. Barrow?

From: Mark S. Allen, Chairman, Black Wall Street Chicago
773-392-0165

Now The WORK and COMMITMENT begins....
The Black Wall Street Chicago
Rev. Willie T. Barrow Consumer Education and Consumer Action Project

reviving the grassroots consumer clubs started by Operation Breadbasket and with the spirit and example of the original Black Wall Street of Tulsa as we teach the principles of how a community uses its own consumer spending power to keep more slices of its own bread (money) channeled to its own community financial institutions to sustain and increase community owned businesses, jobs, and institutions. And to conduct direct action on major corporations who violate the moral authority of a community by attempting to exist and do business in the community and make profits without engaging financial partnerships with the existing businesses and service providers of those communities.

"The Little Warrior" Rev. Willie T. Barrow Showed tears of joy when she was Honored With Living Legend Award at Black Wall Street Chicago Fundraiser on Thursday May 31st and over $2,000 in pledges were made in the name of Rev. Barrow to help continue grassroots economic empowerment campaign in her name and legacy!

 91st Year Commemoration of the date that destroyed the blocks of the original Black Wall Street Of Tulsa that contained over 600 Black owned and operated business and todays commitment to continue the spirit and example of Black Wall Street to stop the violence caused by the desperate economic conditions and rebuild the Black community by the way we are taught how to use our own community consumer spending power to sustain and increase community businesses, jobs, and institutions. 
Those who made pledges and those who want to contribute now can immediate contact our office administrator Cynthia Jackson at 773-729-6006

You can bring or mail your contribution directly to The Black Wall Street Chicago Offices at 4655 South King Drive, Suite 203, Chicago, Illinois 60653

Or you can now make donations directly through Pay Pal account blackwallstreetchicago@yahoo.com
           

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