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How ACDNAC Educates
African American Communities

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We educate in the following manner for capital asset acquisition purposes by helping predominantly Black communities understand....

 

1.   The difference between nonprofit that cannot & corporations that can.

 

2.   The importance of saving 10% of any personal income.

 

3.   How to eliminate financial waste, in order to save more of earned income.

 

4.   The importance of pooling scarce and/or limited financial resources.

 

5.   The importance of self education, realization, actualization and determination.

 

6.   The importance of corporate governance for asset acquisition.

 

7.   The importance of effective community organization.

 

8.   The importance following and complying with state laws.

 

9.   The importance of owning capital assets on a major scale.

 

10. The importance of committing to excellence.

 

11. The importance of Standing Committees and subcommittees.

 

12. Board of Directors and the importance of the Board.           

 

13. The importance of community coalitions for asset acquistion.

 

14. How to write Bylaws and the importance of Bylaws.

 

15. Attorneys and why an attorney that will work with the community is important.

 

16. Private Placement Memoranda and their importance.

 

17. The importance of community participation in corporate affairs.

 

18. Shareholders and how to use state laws to govern shareholder activity.

 

19. How to use state laws to govern boardroom affairs. 

 

20. How to use ACDNAC’s Acquisition Programs to expand beyond a SBC.

 

21. How to earn part time income, up to $200,000.00 as Field Coordinators.

 

22. Why Black women must take a leadership role and not Black men.

 

23. Why White America will eventually enact the Pontius Pilate Doctrine.

 

24. Why Black spending habits are not and never will be economic empowerment.

 

25. The importance of changing mindsets and detrimental folkways. 

 
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Supplement to  

Report on Clubs, Organization,

Their Structure & Legal Requirements 

 

1.    A community based private club should identify itself in substantially the format as the following examples. {Click here to review the "Report on Clubs"}

 

The Bayne Street Private Club

for Real Estate Acquisition & Development & Business Acquisition and Development

 

Trinity’s Deacon Board’s Private Club

for Real Estate Acquisition & Development & Business Acquisition and Development

 

John Clark & Family Private Club (Includes Relatives)

for Real Estate Acquisition & Development & Business Acquisition and Development

 

Alpha Psi Alpha Private Club

for Real Estate Acquisition & Development & Business Acquisition and Development

 

Post 138 Private Club

for Real Estate Acquisition & Development & Business Acquisition and Development

 

Martha Heights Private Club

for Real Estate Acquisition & Development & Business Acquisition and Development

 

Bolen Town Subdivision Private Club

for Real Estate Acquisition & Development & Business Acquisition and Development

 

Fletcher Street Apartments Private Club

for Real Estate Acquisition & Development & Business Acquisition and Development

 

2.    The club’s purpose should be stated in substantially the following format.

 

The purpose of (club’s name) is to pool resources in order to become an Affiliate, General Partner, Limited Partner or an Associate of Unity International Company Inc.’s (UICI's)  Real Estate Acquisition and Development and Business Acquisition and Development Programs. Affiliates can participate in large scale acquisitions.

 

In addition, this private club has been organized for the expressed reason to earn rental income from properties purchased by UICI, our club and others from the pooled financial resources of affiliates.

 

Rental income earned will be divided by the number of affiliates and paid the month after rents are collected minus the administration fee that is subject to change, with notice from time to time.  However; under no foreseeable circumstances will the administration fee exceed 20% of gross income.

 

Currently, the Affiliate Participation Fee is $5,000.00 (or whatever fee determined by UICI’s Board of Directors and Standing Committee for capital asset acquisitions of $1,000,000.00 [one million dollars] or more. If any increase is necessary, it will based on the economic reality that necessitated the change) For safety's sake, all checks and money orders should be made out to UICI. This avoids confusion and unnecessary accusations.

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Ad Hoc Committees

 

The duties of an Ad Hoc Committee are identical to a Community Private Club, Group or Cell. However, unlike a Private Club, Group or Cell, there are many advantages an Ad Hoc Committee has that these organizational formats do not; such as, instant name  recognition that can inspire, motivate, lend credibility to, reduce fears and garner more community support. To facilitate the developmental process using an Ad Hoc Committee, organizers should closely parallel the following examples. {Click here to read "Excerpts From Chapter 39" From The Book - New Age Thinking, New Age Capitalism & New Age Corporations}

 

1.  The Trinity Baptist Church Deacon Board’s Ad Hoc Committee for Community Development and Financial Growth.

 

2.  The Shiner’s Ad Hoc Committee for Community Development & Financial Growth.

 

3.  Big Time Minister’s Ad Hoc Committee for Community Development and Financial Growth.

 

4.  Senator John Doe’s Ad Hoc Committee for Community Development and Financial Growth.

 

5.  Congressman John Q. Citizen’s Ad Hoc Committee for Community Development and Financial Growth.

 

6.  Former Mayor Of Inner City’s Ad Hoc Committee for Community Development and Financial Growth.

 

7.  Delta Gamma Sorority’s Ad Hoc Committee for Community Development and Financial Growth.etc...etc...etc.

 

Because of their longevity and structure, Cells, Groups and/or Private Clubs can organize themselves to raise an unlimited amount of capital for asset acquisition and can participate in any number of asset acquisition programs. As we have consistently stated, the problem in the Black community is not a lack of resources, it's massive mismanagement of available resources, income, inept leadership, misguided political alliances, servant mentalities, unproductive and detrimental philosophical belief systems and a persistent lack of vision.

 
By: George M. Sistrunk - 4/14/16

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