Buy Black Economics development involves the locating and allocation of limited resources – land, labor, capital and entrepreneurship in a way that has a positive effect on the level of business activity, employment, income distribution patterns, and fiscal solvency in predominantly black communities.



Each And Every Friday Flex your muscle as a concerned citizen to help create two million jobs by 2017.

Step 1. Like Buy Black Economics fb page

Step 2. Take the pledge []

“I pledge to help create 2 million jobs.”

Step 3. Share this project and tag four friends @friendsname

It’s a mathematical fact. If we increase our spending by 5% and redirect some of our discretionary spending to Black-owned businesses we will create two million jobs.

Crazy, but true. Seems like if we knew the solution to unemployment was so simple we’d fix it. So let’s spread the news.

‪#‎2MillionJobs‬ ‪#‎Eachandeveryfriday‬ spend $20 with a local or online business
For updates and latest information on this campaign sign up []


Buy Black Economics helps you find reputable black businesses participating in the program. Explore Your Community.




 Blackout Coalition

BLACKOUT Coalition


There were reports nationwide showing that #BlackOutMonday was a huge success. With momentum and energy, tens of thousands are gearing up to continue the BLACKOUT each and every Friday. More information can be found at Almost 5,000 have joined the event in the last 24 hours, increasing the total committed to nearly 40,000. However, the actual number of participants reaches even further than that. Many who are participating have not officially joined. That’s what makes this movement so powerful. The protest doesn’t require the time needed to march through the streets. It’s all about choice in your daily routine.

Buy Black Economics is purely and simply the creation of wealth in which our communities’ benefit.

Posted on October 27, 2015 By Staff With 2 comments

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  • Phil and Valerie Cuttino

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    February 19, 2016 at 8:21 am Reply

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      February 19, 2016 at 1:03 pm