LCORPS Nonprofit & The A.A.S.R.T. is Changing Mississippi Delta Poverty with Socially Responsible Investing (SRI),

A.A.S.R.T African American Self Reparations Think Tank


Mission

• Reconditioning the African American Mind, accept...
ing that fact that we use to be slaves of this nation, and it should have never happened.

• Personal Self reparations through African American Corporate Responsibility.

• Raising the social consciousness and qualities of life for the African Americans of the United States of America.

Description

~Achieving United Personal Self Reparations through:

African American Non-Profit Mechanized Game Theory

“Breaking the Unseen African American Mental Slave Grip in the U.S." through Socially responsible investing


Socially responsible investing (SRI), also known as sustainable, socially conscious, "green" or ethical investing, is any investment strategy which seeks to consider both financial return and social good.

In general, socially responsible investors encourage corporate practices that promote environmental stewardship, consumer protection, human rights, and diversity.




As the poorest region of the poorest state, the Mississippi Delta illustrates the huge income disparity in the world's richest nation. The Delta is a rural region composed of 17 agricultural counties in the alluvial flood plain of the Mississippi River. The region is historically considered to be one of the most economically and educationally deprived areas of the nation.
http://www.peoplesworld.org/third-world-mississippi-shows-failure-of-conservative-policies/
  LCORPS SEEKS TO CHANG THAT FACT FOR THE BETTER OF THE PEOPLE LIVING THERE.
The Holmes County Herald
308 Court Square, Lexington, MS 39095. Mailing address is:
P.O. Box 60, Lexington, MS 39095-0060.
Members of the Minnesota-based I.P. Foundation were in Lexington Mississippi last week donating two all-in-one computers to the Lexington Public Library. Pictured from left to right are: Librarian Laura Lawson, Tella Meekey, and Christopher Seymore.
We’re doing what we call I.T. Evangelism”, Seymore said. His organization does both work in donating computers, as well as providing computer literacy courses for communities.
 
National Nonprofit Job Creation Programs and Services
Non – Profit and Corporate Responsibility

Life Changing Out-Reach Programs & Services:
5 Million People Job Creation Project.
The 5 million people x $1000. = $5 billion dollars. $2 billion operational, 2 billion building cost, 1 billion saved for interest accumulation to insure the future of the organizations existence.
Learning to utilize the wealth of our great nation it is our intent to start the organization’s programs with a $2 billion budget, with $40 million dedicated to each state.
 
  • Reconditioning the African American Mind, accepting that fact that we use to be slaves of this nation, and it should have never happened.

  • Personal Self reparations through African American Corporate Responsibility.

  • Raising the social consciousness and qualities of life for the African Americans of the United States of America.

  • National community spending and the impact it can have on the African American communities nationally.

· Job Seeking Assistance Program (J.S.A.P.)
· On the Job Computing Program (O.J. C. P.)
· Not for Profit Temporary Employment Services
· Giving Youth A Vision (GYV)
· African American Social Services Group
· African American Land and Home Ownership Project
· Above Ground & Under Ground Farming
· Above Ground & Under Ground Recycling Centers
· Wind Farming Programs and Services
· Nationwide Fall Out Shelters
· HAPCU: Historic African American Prep Schools, Collage and Universities
· World Preparations Elementary Schools
· World Preparations Middle Schools
· World Preparations High Schools
· World Preparations Universities
Life Changing Out Reach Programs & Services Exist Because:
Too Many African American Neighborhoods Look Like This.




 

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