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This was sent to me from Brotha W. Kabaila of the Powerful Living In Black Community. It involves using raw products from Africa to began Manufacturing products... check out the complete story on his site at Living In Black and invite him and Sis. Marlene the originator to make a comment here on WACP.

W. Kabaila has sent you a message on Living In Black.

I am so delighted to report that Sis. Marlene, aka Nubian Warrior Queen did a power point presentation at my request a couple of weeks ago, when she mentioned that Bamboo was a good alternative and green textile. Within a week she produced her power point presentation, which I thought was brilliant, esp. given the time factor. We have been promoting her idea all week on LIB and the broader network. Tonight she informed me that she got a note from a brother in Ghana who can grow the Bamboo and ship it over here. I am overwhelmed to report this to you, because it shows what can be done when we harness our resources and direct them in a positive and cooperative way. I also just finish talking with a brother who states that he will guide us in setting up an investment fund built on the model of the ABDF in London. See Bro. Ifayomi's page. Such a fund could help to finance Sis. Marlene's dream. When we truly network together to build our community, all of us can prosper. With this one idea alone, we can corner a market and set a new trend in Fashion and Design. In unity there is unlimited possibilities. If you wish to see Sis. Marlene's power point, go to the Fashion Group and check it out and then give her a shout.
Peace Family,

Kabaila

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Let's do a follow up on this one which we posted two years ago...
Thank you MyAfrica for bridging the gap from Africa to the US!
Keeping it real and moving!

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Thanks Diane, i will try to get an update on this story for WACPtv Community.

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