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Muhammad’s Economic Blueprint was introduced by Minister Louis Farrakhan in February 2013 and launched in October 2013 in Tuskegee, Alabama together with Mayor Johnny Ford as an economic savings fund

Nationwide (BlackNews.com) — A new program called Muhammad’s Economic Blueprint is allowing Black people to help themselves in the battle to create jobs and end poverty and want. Under this wise economic plan, the community can now use the collective power of their dollars to build a future.

With just 5 cents a day, 35 cents a week, $1.40 a month and $18.20 a year multiplied by 16 million, wage earners would give the entire community $291 million in one year!

How it Works

The program allows Black America to pool its financial resources to acquire land, grow food, and create commerce. All donations will be securely processed and a record of all transactions will be provided. All donations will also be safeguarded in a national treasury. Collectively, the donations will be used grow to benefit the entire Black Community and future generations.

About The Program

Muhammad’s Economic Blueprint was introduced by Minister Louis Farrakhan in February 2013 and launched in October 2013 in Tuskegee, Alabama together with Mayor Johnny Ford as an economic savings fund. The program’s purpose is for all Blacks to collectively build a brighter future.

Since the program launched in October 2013, the community has donated into the National Treasury, as of February 2014, approximately $270,000.

For more details, visit www.economicblueprint.org

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