There's been a lot of talk abot how there is too much talk here and not any action. It's kinda hard to imagine a discussion forum where people don't discuss anything. But let's see how we can turn the discussion into action. I don't know. I guess we could have a list of things we are doing or want to do in order to build up the Black community. So I will start. 1. I am learning to design and develop software that can be used by Black businesses and organizations. This software can also be sold to white and asio-arabic (honorary whites) customers to bring their money into the Black community. 2. One thing suggested to me if you live in a neighborhood where the city has consistantly failed to repair the streets and sidewalks you can hire a contractor to make the repairs then sue the city for the money you spent. My father and the tenants in the building where he used to live successfully sued the company that was trying to run them out in order to turn their building into a condo. It took them twenty years of dogged deternmination but for those who lived and stuck to it they are now rich and able to pass something onto their children.