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Michelle Singletary: Economic Empowerment

by: SumofChange

Mon Mar 01, 2010 at 20:37:58 PM EST


On Saturday, we were excited to join Yvette Lewis and Grow the Hope at the Millenium Bible Fellowship Church for an event on economic empowerment. Last time we joined them, it was quite a powerful event, so we came with high expectations. As usual, Yvette did not disappoint. We will have plenty of coverage of Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and the various workshops to help folks with resume writing and basic financial counseling. Today though, we are just releasing our interview with Michelle Singletary and her speech.
SumofChange :: Michelle Singletary: Economic Empowerment
Part 1 of 6

The rest of the speech is available at Sum of Change.

Mrs. Singletary gave an impassioned speech about individual fiscal responsibility, stuffed with plenty of comedy and personal stories. And there was plenty of tough love to go around. In this economy, it is more important than ever to hear the truth about money, regardless of how hard it may be to hear.

We got a chance to chat with her for a few minutes after the event and got a little advice for folks that are thinking about trying the Financial Fast she details in her book, The Power to Prosper: 21 Days to Financial Freedom. We send a big thanks to Mrs. Singletary for sparing some time for us:

(I'll be getting a copy of her book and trying out the financial fast, I'll share with you all some of results of that along the way)

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I'm really sorry folks...
I don't know how this posted so many times, if one of the site moderators would delete the duplicates I would really appreciate it.

Once again, I apologize.


I don't know either, but
I deleted the other two copies...

Thanks for posting, though.  Look forward to your post about the book.

"One person, one vote" died at the hands of SCOTUS, January 21, 2010


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Perhaps you should decide
which of the remaining two copies (different titles) you want, the one with your comment or the one without out.  You can delete the extra one too.  Just click on your title.  Go to edit.  Go down to the  box for Delete and check it.  And click save.  When a box pop up it will ask you whether to delete from the registry, you can chose no (so we can determine what went wrong).

"One person, one vote" died at the hands of SCOTUS, January 21, 2010

[ Parent ]
yeah, just use this one...
the other can be deleted.

Thanks Kathy.


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