The America21 Project: Investing in Urban Innovation

By Mike Green

The Black Innovation and Competitiveness Initiative is changing it’s name (not vision and mission)  to become The America21 Project.

We need your support. And we’re asking you to make some choices.

  • Choose to pass on this blog post to others in your networks.
  • Choose to support our mission with a financial contribution.
  • Choose to support us by sponsoring our upcoming Black Angels and Entrepreneurs Forum with the Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development at Rutgers University.
  • Choose to underwrite the development of The America21 Project.
Please take a look at the following slide deck.
Note: We’re not dependent upon government. We’re not waiting on Superman.
The success of The America21 Project depends upon you. Take a look at who we are. See how and where you fit in. Then join our efforts to change America’s urban economic paradigm by choosing to support us in whatever way you can. We’re moving with a sense of urgency at the speed of economic innovation. We need the fuel of your support to maintain the pace.
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