Creating Sustainable Development Through Economic Empowerment!
Martin Luther King Jr. | April 3, 1968
“We've got to strengthen black institutions. I call upon you to take your money out of the banks downtown... We begin the process of building a greater economic base"
"I believe that there will ultimately be a clash between the oppressed and those that do the oppressing."
Marcus Garvey, on the launching of the Black Star Line
"They said that the Negro had no initiative; that he was not a business man, but a laborer; that he had not the brain to engineer a corporation, to own and run ships; that he had no knowledge of navigation, therefore the proposition was impossible. Oh! ye of little faith. The Eternal has happened."
"The white man is too intelligent to let someone else come and gain control of the economy of his community. But you will let anyone come in and take control of the economy of your community, control the housing, control the education, control the jobs, control the businesses, under the pre-text that you want to integrate. No, you outta your mind."
"We don't go for segregation. We go for separation. Separation is when you have your own. You control your own economy; you control your own politics; you control your own society; you control your own everything."
"A race that is solely dependent upon another for its economic existence sooner or later dies."
"In Harlem, for instance, all of the stores are owned by white people, all of the buildings are owned by white people. The black people are just there - paying rent, buying the groceries; but they don't own the stores, clothing stores, food stores, any kind of stores; don't even own the homes that they live in. They are all owned by outsiders, and for these run-down apartment dwellings, the black man in Harlem pays more money than the man down in the rich Park Avenue section.
"There is nothing more dangerous than to build a society with a large segment of people in that society who feel that they have no stake in it, who feel that they have nothing to lose. People who have a stake in their society want to protect that society, but when they don't have it, they unconsciously want to destroy it."
Martin Luther King, Jr.
"And one day we must ask the question, "Why are there forty million poor people in America?" And when you begin to ask that question, you are raising questions about the economic system, about a broader distribution of wealth. When you ask that question, you begin to question the capitalist economy."
"I am because we are"
An anthropologist proposed a game to African tribe kids. He put a basket of fruit near a tree and told them that whoever got there first wont the sweet fruits. When he told them to run they all took each others hands and ran together, then sat together enjoying their treats. When he asked them why they had run like that as one could have all the fruits for himself they said: UBUNTU, how can one of us be happy if all the other ones are sad? UBUNTU in the Xhosa culture means: "I am because we are".
Rebuilding Black Wall Street is an economic vehicle named in honor of Black Wall Street which was created in the Greenwood District of Tulsa, Oklahoma,
United States by O.W. Gurley and represented one of the most prominent concentrations of African American businesses in the United States during the early
Let us never forget the atrocities of a white inferiorist society that destroyed a bouyant thriving, economically viable society in Tulsa, Oklahoma, US.
As such we are embarking on rebuilding such a community outside of the confines of the United States where the constitution even though states that all men
are created equal, still does not treat the Afro-American with the same respect as they do the other races.
At Rebuilding Black Wall Street we have researched several models and tested 3, narrowing the most effective model to community organization and pooling
of our resources for the economic empowerment of our people.
With this model, financial independence will be attained through group economics. Each participant will contribute towards the development of the city of
Avalon. Primarily through infrastructural development.
The estimated current value of assets under management (AUM) is approximately 20B GYDS/100M USD.
The future value of real estate holdings holding or assets once stabilized is estimated to be 40B GYDS/200M USD.
RBWS holds 20B GYDS/100M USD in real estate and collateralized assets with no mortgage debt, meaning we hold the assets free and clear.
The major benefit to be derived will be ownership in an individual (4000 sq ft) house lot valued currently at 5M GYDS/25K USD from as little as
2500 USD/500K GYDS (plus account set up fee).
Access to capital to build on your land after 30-60 months of consecutive contributions of 50K GYDS/250 USD.
Access to capital for the the establishment of businesses within the community. You get to submit an expression of interest and choose from a variety
of business from soft commercial to light & heavy industrial (list of businesses will be provided).
You also get to benefit from the collective accumulated asset value of over 20B GYDS/100M USD. Open to
all conscious thinking family who wants to improve your financial outlook forever by changing the narrative of what economic
empowerment should look like.
Luxury living in the Caribbean.
Luxury living in the Caribbean.
A new way to live.
CURRENT & FUTURE PROJECTS TO BE DEVELOPED
(Send an expression of interest letter if interested in any of the developments listed below)
Middle Income Single Family Homes
Attached & Detached Townhomes
Managed with integrity, we aim to be known as the innovative thinkers in the era of city development as we leverage group economics to contribute positively to a
buoyant thriving economically vibrant community here in Guyana.
“If you lack confidence you are twice defeated in the race of life. With confidence you have won even before you have started” – Marcus Garvey
WHO IS DR. MUNROE?
A successful entrepreneurs and business mogul. Dr. Munroe is the CEO and founder of several organizations including Guyana National Housing Trust, the first interest free
home ownership platform designed to make homeownership accessible and affordable to the masses.
Dr. Munroe is also the founder and president of one of the fastest growing luxury real estate brand in the Caribbean and South America, Fabulous Homes International Group,
a black-owned company defying the odds in this region also by extension the Fabulous Homes International School of Real Estate which operate under DBA Guyana School of Real
Estate, a platform that teaches and trains not only graduate real estate professionals, but also the unemployed and underemployed youth of the region how to build lasting
wealth using real estate as their platform.
Starting from a very very humble beginning, from a little village in Guyana, South America, working her way through school, this guru, author and philanthropist
broke into the real estate industry 20 years ago and has been defying the odds ever since.
Through the RBWS platform we can pool our funds and begin to take control of our dollars and real estate in our community we create. With prudent
development of our city we can do this while providing all our participant owners with legacy in land plus equity(rainy day money)
to pass on to the next generation.
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Let's use group economics to rebuild a thriving, economically viable, self sustaining city right here in Guyana South America.