WHO WE ARE
URBAN ECONOMICS knows that our strength lies not only in the words We stand by, but also through our initiatives' actions. We are a diverse group of community-focused businesses and organizations that have banded together under the Urban Economics brand and our shared social justice vision. Instead of different groups fighting for slices of a too-small pie, our coalition works together to increase the pie's size for everyone.
This coalition represents diverse constituencies and includes faith-based organizations, minority business associations, community development corporations, health advocates, traditional civil rights organizations, and black-owned media outlets. The principles of Urban Economics are clear: Our communities are mutually dependent. If we stand together, learn together, and educate each other, we will prosper together.
Working Towards a Better Tomorrow
Business & Financial Stability
Lifestyle Quality for Black Men & women
BUSINESS & FINANCES
Xfinity Financial Services
Why Walk / Car Services
The Firm /Personal Security/Body Guard
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/ EMPOWERMENT
Urban Economics University
We Serve / District Attorney Program
Numbers Don't Lie/ Lottery System
Debt to Society / Re-entry Program
Youthful Nation Sports & Academics Academy
Urban Cultural Affairs
#All Lives Matter / One Love 💗
Fashion & Travel
Celebrity Ragz / Retail Outlet
Can I Kick It / Huddle Up - Retail Outlet
Winner-by-Design/ Reality Show
Attractions /Entertainment Events
“Have a vision. Be demanding.”
BILL OF RIGHTS
This program is a registration opportunity for black men and women who are born under the birth rights of negros born to two negros. This opportunity will open up conversations between the government and black men & women who were brought here as slaves against there free will. The Birth of Rights is a registration program to identify those who qualify under Urban Economics for financial compensation under XFINITY financial services.
This page will contain editorial information news related articles from the black community and relationship advice and questions and answers. This page will also discuss consent forms for men and women who date outside of their relationships such as celebrities' politicians and athletes.
SOMETHING FOR THE PEOPLE
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Diahann Carroll who more than half a century ago transcended racial barriers as the star of “Julia” the first American television series to chronicle the life of a black professional woman who died at her home in west Hollywood California at the age of 84.