Economic Justice: What Can We Do for OUR Communities?

Loaded question right? Many of you may have read my first blog on this issue in August when my legislative office and my non-profit hosted an event on “Economic Justice: How To Use Our Dollars to Make Sense”. The issue was the almost $2 Trillion, with a “T”, in spending power in the black community and how to leverage that power to accelerate social justice. It’s my theory that leveraging the universal language of money can speed up social justice reform towards minorities in this country—all we have to do is come up with a plan and stick together to make it happen!

We had a lively discussion with panelists about the issues facing the black community with respect to economic parity and what preliminary steps we can take individually and as a community to address those issues. Over 60 individuals came to hear from the panel and there was a united conclusion to continue the conversation. We had a diversity of opinions, backgrounds, professional careers and visions for how to accomplish this enormous task. My non-profit, Minority Access to Capital, Inc., is committed to answering that call on the business side and I am committed as a policy maker to address those issues from a community and policy standpoint. Together we CAN and we WILL insight and inspire change but we need your help. Can we count on it?

If your answer is “Yes”, that time has arrived! I am pleased to announce that my office and non-profit are answering the call for ACTION ITEMS and a PLAN for how we can tackle the issue of economic justice in our communities. See below and join me at either or both events! *I will not be at the event on Nov. 17th as I have a conflicting event related to my legislative duties that will take me out of town.


On behalf of the Board of Directors of Minority Access to Capital, Inc., I hope to see some of you soon!

**************************************************************************I am Dar’shun Kendrick, Private Securities Attorney and Owner of Kendrick Law Practicehelping businesses raise capital the LEGAL way. We work with “for profit” companies seeking to raise $250,000 or more through private capital (including crowdfunding) that have a line item budgeted for legal services. We do NOT find investors or introduce companies to investors; that is the job of “broker-dealers” and we are prohibited under federal securities law from doing so.  I have 2 B.A.s from Oglethorpe University, a law degree from the University of Georgia and an M.B.A. from Kennesaw State University. View past and upcoming speaking engagements and request me to speak to your organization. I have been elected to the Georgia House of Representatives (East DeKalb/South Gwinnett) since 2011 and I serve on the committees of Juvenile Justice, Interstate Cooperation, Judiciary Non-Civil and as the ranking Democrat on the Small Business and Job Creation Committee.

You may be interested in my non-profit organization as well to EDUCATE and EMPOWER minorities called Minority Access to Capital, Inc. Please visit our website to learn about events and sign up for our enewsletter.

We are ONLY authorized to practice law in Georgia and therefore any legal advice in this blog only pertains to Georgia based businesses. Please visit us online to sign up for a time to discuss services or for our 1 hour consultation.

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