Why is Generational Wealth missing in black culture and business?
Financial disparity within the black community and its counterparts is a generational topic that carries much emotional burden.
Understanding how generational wealth is acquired and maintained by other cultures is the focal point of this journal. Homing in on the black communities’ seemingly inability to successfully handover cultural institutions is a matter of direct interest that requires much scrutiny.
This document looks to locate key examples and develop identifiable metrics that can be applied to any environment.
The book is written by D A Miller, an entrepreneur and writer. After being unable to find literature that covered a wide variety of black success stories, Miller decided to research, write and publish his findings which has culminated to "Generational Wealth".