The Beaumont NAACP celebrates 100 years with a push for economic solidarity. So they chose Maggie  to keynote this  year's annual Freedom Fund & Awards Banquet. 

  June 14, 7 – 10PM, Beaumont Civic Center 

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Critically acclaimed Our Black Year is at once a family's journey and a painful insight into the causes of a people's economic suffering... a hard-hitting, heart-rending call to action to close a gaping hole in the American economy.

This is the only place to get your signed copy online!

Maggie leads a self-help economics movement uniting business owners, consumers, corporate and community partners to empower struggling communities. Learn more about and join The NEW Empowerment Experiment and its merger with Powered By Action, a global technology and empowerment organization.

​​6/14  BEAUMONT, TX

No one else has Maggie's inspirational story, compelling call-to-action, riveting data. She speaks/ lectures on: Building an empowered community/ an inclusive economy. Business diversity. Self-help economics/ conscious consumerism.  Join the hundreds of organizations that have hosted Maggie and her movement!







The Black community is only as strong as its businesses.  Its businesses are only as strong as its chambers! Maggie believes this and is honored to keynote the 2019 IL Black Chamber's annual convention. If you believe in, own, want to support Black owned businesses, you must attend!  See flyer here.  Tickets & info here.

Maggie's historic experiment resulted in a landmark study conducted by Kellogg. On the lecture/media/ speaking circuit, the study, her book, her lifestyle and activism render her one of the most credible, outspoken business diversity/ self-help economic experts in the country. Host Maggie and be educated and inspired.

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 Dr. King's dream of economic justice and his fight for Black owned businesses and banks began when he marched with the sanitation workers of Memphis. CBTU was there then, and unites Black unionists now.   In MLK's honor, Maggie keynotes the CBTU 48th Annual Intl Convention.  See