NEW BOOK TEACHES YOU HOW TO GET RICH WHILE BLACK -- WITHOUT BEING AN ATHLETE, ENTERTAINER OR DRUG DEALER
Nationwide -- How to Get Rich While Black... Without Being an Athlete, Entertainer or Drug Dealer by Chuck Starks is a must-read for anyone who aspires to live an abundant life with more than enough money to spend, live well, give and leave a robust inheritance to heirs.
Black Americans have literally built this country yet have not been able, because of discrimination, to reap the benefits of their labor without taking major risks that jeopardize not only their health but their life, family and legacy.
Very few Black Americans have the ability to play professional sports, act, model or entertain at a star level and get rich.
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Now, with the knowledge gained from How to Get Rich While Black, Black Americans will be able to win in the game of life by playing by the easy to follow concepts contained within.
No longer will Black Americans have to risk everything on their looks, talent, luck, or connections to create great wealth.
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