Bringing together leaders from the black community and Jewish leaders to improve relationships between both constituencies, to educate our communities about our common struggles and our similar histories and shared values to fight anti-Semitism and racism within both populations.
Example: Less than 20 years after the liberation of Auschwitz, the Jewish community supported and contributed to the Civil Rights Act and more to make America better for a neglected segment of the U. S. citizenry, the Black community on a whole.
The Black faith community, more than eight million strong, support the Jewish community and Israel. We intend to harness that untapped, unrecognized energy, as a positive force for the development of a 715-million-member alliance fighting anti-Semitism, the BDS and hate in general.
We are currently in the early stage of the development as a group, with our first formal meeting having been on December 16, 2019. We formed a Florida corporation, The Alliance of Blacks and Jews, Inc., February 21, 2020. Our areas of operations will be nationally and internationally. We expect to generate revenue adequate to provide a return to the investor, support activities that counter anti-Semitism, create noticeable economic activities that have high social impact and support leaders who support the fight against anti-Semitism and other forms of hate.
We will ......
capitalize on the natural affinity between the Black community in America with Africa and the kinship felt by the Black Faith community towards Israel;
focus on education NOW, at the lowest practical level in line with the historical involvement of the Jewish community. Example: Julius Rosenwald, a founder of Sears Roebuck, used his wealth to educate Blacks, mostly in the south. Today, replicating his efforts today, in addressing the needs of today such as STEMA (A=Aviation);
create profitable business opportunities in Africa, America and other countries where there is noticeable disparity between Blacks and others. Example: Provision of sustainable electric power generation through solar companies partially owned by Blacks; and
use some of the proceeds from the Businesses both in America and Africa to invest in social relief strategies offered by the businesses in those countries with university and government economic program support. Example: Stock ownership in a public company by both social groups and donors, such as Social Investment Holdings, Inc and its sister non-profit companies, People Helping Each Other, Inc. and Super-Hero Leadership Academy, Inc. Each of the non-profits are designed to provide social services through profits of dedicated for profit businesses with stockholder support.
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