Building Local Black Economy
Creating Wealth Through Ownership and Community
Common Good Alliance is creating a Black Business District in Cincinnati, OH to act as an economic engine to help close the wealth gap for African Americans. This Business District will be called "Black Wall Street" in honor of its namesake that was created in Tulsa, Oklahoma in the 1920's.
Help us create a vibrant Black Wall Street
Circulating the Black dollar
Common Good Alliance is a group of diverse individuals with a common concern, who are actively willing to give and share power by investing our time, talent and treasure for the common good of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Marina Hopkins, Patrick Borders, Ife Bell, Peter Block, Andrew Salzbrun, Derek Peebles, Michael Moore, Justin Kirschner.
Building local Black economies can help solve these problems.
In Cincinnati the poverty rate for Black people is 39%
LACK OF HOME OWNERSHIP
The Black home ownership rate in Cincinnati is just 29%
LACK OF BUSINESS OWNERSHIP
Black business ownership is only 3.1%