The new orientation for Black America, within the framework of a national action plan, is the practice of group economics. When our ethno-aggregation paradigm is combined with the traditional practice of group economics, it reshapes the concept into etno-economics.The primary goal of practicing group economics or PowerNomics is to draw wealth, income and resources into black communities and make them economically self sufficient and competitive.
It is Black Network Associates (BNA) goal to bridge all black fraternities, sororities, businesses, black chambers, NAACP, Urban Leagues, Non-profits, churches and all other black enterprises under one umbrella united as a forefront to combat economic inequality. We must create a national combined focus with the sole purpose of economic upward mobility for all, the Black community can no longer afford to operate independently of itself but need solidarity in the form of PowerNomics, this is where BNA can make the difference. See a real business owner, give a real world testimonial.
Black Network Associates (BNA) is a culturally-relevant community and economic development resource for Black-owned, -operated, and -oriented establishments throughout the United States. By empowering Black enterprise, public service organizations and affinity groups, BNA fulfills its mission of "all pulling together and in the same direction" to engage in the practice of sustained economics.
Sustained economic revitalization of disenfranchised black communities through: education, empowerment, and advocacy for the creation, growth and general welfare of Black enterprises, service organizations, and affinity groups.