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To develop (not transform) Black America to its highest peak through empowering education, cultural realignments, economic development, and political aggressiveness.
An independent, self-sustaining National Black Community with pride and positive self-imagery.
PACTS Inc. is a Black Development Organization aimed at developing the Black Community to its maximum potential through a focus on education and economics with the traits of hard work, honesty, and integrity. We will educate, litigate, incorporate, and if necessary resuscitate the community at large or in pieces whenever and wherever necessary.
Black America faces a number of challenges that are unique to us and that require resources and dedication to solve. These challenges will never be adequately addressed when left to those who don’t care, don’t have a vested interest, and fail to gain adequate knowledge of our community and our children. PACTS has a vested interest. PACTS Cares. PACTS Understands. We have made a PACT with you.
The goal of the PACTS Inc. is to develop (not transform) Black America to its highest peak through empowering education, cultural realignments, economic development, and political aggressiveness.
In order to do this PACTS needs your support.
We Are What We Have Been Waiting For.
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The Median Income for a Black Person with a Bachelors Degree or Higher
2017 National Center for Education Statistics
The Percentage of Black Household Income that goes to Housing, Transportation, Food, Healthcare, and Insurance. Less than 3% goes to Clothing and Shoes. Black People spend 3.8% of their household income on reading.
2014 Income and Spending Report
The amount of land owned by Black People in America despite being 13% of the population.
USDA Who Owns Land 2016 Report
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